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Tagalog English
hati1

[Active Verb:]
humati

[Examples:]
Humati ka sa amin dito sa pagkain. (You share with us this food.)

(verb) to share, to partake of
hugis (noun) shape
husay (adj) /ma--/ (mahusay) able, skillful, in good shape, orderly, well-arranged
iling (noun) shaking of the head in denial or disapproval
kabig

[Active Verb:]
kumabig

[Passive Verb:]
kabigin

[Examples:]
1) Kumabig siya ng malaki. (He gathered in a big share.) 2) Kabigin mo ang pinanalunan mo. (Get your winnings.)

1) to draw or pull towards one's self (verb) 2) to collect one's winnings in gambling (verb)
kahati (noun) shareholder, share
kalog

[Active Verb:]
kumalog

[Passive Verb:]
kalugin

[Examples:]
1) Kumalog ang bola sa loob ng kahon. (The ball rattled in the box.) 2) Huwag mong kalugin ang itlog sa kahon. (Don't shake the eggs in the box.)

1) to rattle or shake -- KUMALOG (verb) 2) to shake or rattle the contents of a box or bottle -- MAGKALOG, KALUGIN, IKALOG (verb)
katok

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) tuktok

(noun) sharp knowck or rap
kiskis

[Active Verb:]
kumiskis

[Passive Verb:]
kiskisin

[Examples:]
1) Kumiskis ang magaspang na tela sa balat niya. (The rough cloth rubbed on his skin.) 2) Ikiskis mo ang kutsilyo sa bato. (Sharpen the kinife on the whetstone.)

(verb) to rub against a surface
korte

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) hugis

[Notes:]
Spanish

1) shape (noun) 2) judicial court (noun)

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