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Tagalog English
abay

[Active Verb:]
umabay

[Passive Verb:]
abayan

[Examples:]
1. Si Pedro ang abay ni Juan sa kasal. (Peter is the best man in John's wedding.) 2. Umabay si Pedro sa kasal ni Juan. (Peter acted as best man in John's wedding.) 3. Abayan mo si Juan sa kasal niya. (Be John's best man in his wedding.)

1) companion, best man, bridesmaid (noun) 2) to escort, act as best man, maid of honor, or bridesmaid (active verb)
agaw1

[Active Verb:]
mang-agaw

[Passive Verb:]
agawan

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mang-agaw ng gamit ng iba. (Don't snatch away other people's things.) 2) Umagaw ka sa pabitin.(Get in there and grab for the hanging object.) 3) Inagaw ni Pedro ang baon ni Juan. (Peter snatched John's brown bag.)

1) sudden snatching away (noun) 2) to snatch, to grab (verb) 3) to participate in grabbing (verb)
agaw2

[Active Verb:]
umagaw

[Passive Verb:]
agawin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mang-agaw ng gamit ng iba. (Don't snatch away other people's things.) 2) Umagaw ka sa pabitin.(Get in there and grab for the hanging object.) 3) Inagaw ni Pedro ang baon ni Juan. (Peter snatched John's brown bag.)

1) sudden snatching away (noun) 2) to snatch, to grab (verb) 3) to participate in grabbing (verb)
ahit

[Active Verb:]
mag-ahit

[Passive Verb:]
ahitin

[Examples:]
1) Ahitin mo ang iyong balbas. (Shave your beard.) 2) Inahit ni Pedro ang kanyang balbas. (Pedro shaved his beard.) 3) Makinis ang ahit niyang ulo. (His shaved head is smooth.)

1) the shaved part; a shaving service (noun) 2) to shave (verb)
aksaya

[Active Verb:]
mag-aksaya

[Passive Verb:]
aksayahin

[Examples:]
1) Aksaya lang ng oras ng manood ng TV. (It's only a waste of time watching TV.) 2) Maaksaya sa paggamit ng papel si Nena. (Nena's paper usage is wasteful.) 3) Inaksaya ni Pedro ang kanyang mana. (Peter wasted his inheritance.) 4) Huwag pag-aksayahan ng p

1) waste, wastage (noun) 2) wasteful (adj) 3) wasted (passive verb) 4) to squander, to use something wastefully, to be wasted, to go to waste (active verb)
alupihan (noun) centipede
amba

[Active Verb:]
umamba

[Passive Verb:]
ambaan, inambaan

[Examples:]
1) Umamba siyang susuntukin si Pedro. (He gestured as though he will hit Peter.) 2) Inaambaan niya ako. (He gestured to me threateningly.)

(verb) to gesture threateningly
anyaya

[Active Verb:]
mag-anyaya

[Passive Verb:]
anyayahan

[Examples:]
1) Mag-anyaya ka ng maraming bisita sa fiesta. (Invite many guests to the fiesta.) 2) Anyayahan mo si Pedro at Juan sa kasal. (Invite Peter and John to the wedding.)

1) invitation (noun) 2) to invite (verb)
apuhap

[Active Verb:]
mag-apuhap

[Passive Verb:]
apuhapin

[Examples:]
Inapuhap niya ang pera niya sa dilim. (He groped for his money in the dark.)

(verb) to feel something by extending the hand
asawa

[Active Verb:]
mag-asawa

[Examples:]
1) Si Aling Nena ang asawa ni Mang Pandoy. (Aling Nena is the wife of Mang Pandoy.) 2) Gusto na ni Pedro na mag-asawa. (Pedro already wants to get married.) 3) Sila ay mag-asawa. (They are a couple.)

1) wife/husband, spouse (term of reference) 2) to get married (verb) 3) a couple (adjective)

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