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Tagalog English
alsa

[Active Verb:]
mag-alsa

[Passive Verb:]
ialsa

[Examples:]
1) Umalsa ang puto. (The rice cake rose.) 2) Nais mag-alsa ang mga manggagawa. (The laborers wanted to stage a strike.) 3) Alsahin mo ito. (Lift this up.)

[Notes:]
Spanish word

1) a rising, as of dough (noun) 2) to rise (umalsa) 3) to rebel, to revolt, to rise up against, to stage a strike (mag-alsa) 4) to lift something (alsahin)
am (noun) broth of rice
amot

[Active Verb:]
umamot

[Passive Verb:]
amutan

[Examples:]
Umamot siya ng isang kilong bigas. (He bought a kilo of rice at cost.)

(verb) to obtain, procure, buy at cost price.
ampaw (noun) puffed rice or corn; sugared popcorn
ani

[Active Verb:]
mag-ani

[Passive Verb:]
anihin

[Examples:]
1) Mas marami silang ani ngayong taon. (They had more harvest this year.) 2) Umani kami ng palay. (We harvested rice.)

1) harvest (noun) 2) to harvest, to reap (verb)
apa (noun) thin rolled wafer of rice, starch, and brown sugar; ice cream cone
basi (noun) rice wine
bawas

[Active Verb:]
magbawas

[Passive Verb:]
ibawas

[Examples:]
1) Magbawas ka ng kaunting kanin sa plato. (Lessen some of the rice on the plate.) 2) Ibawas mo ang bayad ko sa utang ko sa iyo. (Deduct this payment from what I owe you.)

(verb) to lessen, to remove (something) from
bayo

[Active Verb:]
magbayo

[Passive Verb:]
bayuhin

[Examples:]
Bayuhin mo ang palay. (Pound the unhusked rice.)

(verb) to pound, to crush
bibingka (noun) rice cake

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