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Tagalog Translator *Online*

Welcome to the Tagalog Translator Online. This project initially started as a personal experiment to develop a dictionary for translating English to Tagalog and Tagalog to English words and expressions. At this moment many people, from all over the world, are using this website in order to be able to communicate with family, friends or lovers, living in the Philippines. If you have any suggestions for future developments, then please let me know. Notice: if you want to download the Windows program (freeware) of this translator then click here.

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Tagalog English
albularyo (noun) a quack doctor who usually uses herbs for treatment of any kind of ailment
angkin

[Active Verb:]
mag-angkin

[Passive Verb:]
angkinin

[Examples:]
1) Siya ay may angkin na talino sa pag-awit. (She had an inborn talent in singing.) 2) Nais niyang angkinin ang lahat ng lupain ng kanyang kapatid. (He wants to claim all of his brother's land).

1) inborn, natural, having or possessing (adj) 2) to possess (usually used in the incompleted aspect meaning "possessing or having" -- mag-angkin (verb) 3) to claim ownership usually of something that legally belongs to someone else --
anuman (pron) whatsoever; usually occurs with WALANG as in WALANG ANUMAN to mean "not at all" or "there is nothing to it".
bali3

[Active Verb:]
bumali

[Passive Verb:]
baliin

(verb) to break (usually with the hands)
baon1

[Active Verb:]
magbaon

[Passive Verb:]
baunin

[Examples:]
1) Ano ang dala mong baon ngayon? (What food did you have for today?) 2) Magbaon ka ng tinapay para hindi ka magutom. (Bring some bread so you will not get hungry.) 3) Bumaon ang sapatos ko sa putik. (My shoes got covered with mud.) 4) Ibaon mo ang patay

1) provision or supply food taken on journey (noun) 2) to carry provisions or supply usually food (verb) 3) to become buried, to sink -- BUMAON (verb) 4) to bury something -- IBAON (verb)
baon2

[Active Verb:]
bumaon

[Passive Verb:]
ibaon

[Examples:]
1) Ano ang dala mong baon ngayon? (What food did you have for today?) 2) Magbaon ka ng tinapay para hindi ka magutom. (Bring some bread so you will not get hungry.) 3) Bumaon ang sapatos ko sa putik. (My shoes got covered with mud.) 4) Ibaon mo ang patay

1) provision or supply food taken on journey (noun) 2) to carry provisions or supply usually food (verb) 3) to become buried, to sink -- BUMAON (verb) 4) to bury something -- IBAON (verb)
barong Tagalog (noun) man's upper garment, usually embroidered; formal wear in the Philippines
buro

[Active Verb:]
magburo

[Passive Verb:]
buruhin

[L2 Definition:]
(eg.) burung mangga

1) pickles (noun) -- usually green mangoes 2) preserved in salt; pickled or salted (adj) 3) to pickle, to salt (verb)
datapwa't

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) ngunit, subalit (usually with a "t")

(conj) but, however (coordinating particle used to express contrasts)
gapos3

[Active Verb:]
maggapos

[Passive Verb:]
igapos

[Examples:]
1) Maggapos ka ng baboy. (You tie up the pig.) 2) Igapos mo ang baboy. (Tie the pig up.)

(verb) to tie up securely, usually by the arms

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