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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
ahon1

[Active Verb:]
mag-ahon

[Passive Verb:]
iahon

[Examples:]
1) Iahon mo ang bata sa tubig. (Pull the child out of the water.) 2) Umahon na tayo. (Let's get out of the water.) 3) Inahon nila ang lumubog na banka sa dagat. (They took the sunken boat out of the sea.)

1) to take something out of the water 2) to get out of the water
ahon2

[Active Verb:]
umahon

[Examples:]
1) Iahon mo ang bata sa tubig. (Pull the child out of the water.) 2) Umahon na tayo. (Let's get out of the water.) 3) Inahon nila ang lumubog na banka sa dagat. (They took the sunken boat out of the sea.)

1) to take something out of the water 2) to get out of the water
akyat1

[Active Verb:]
mag-akyat

[Passive Verb:]
iakyat

[Examples:]
1) Mag-akyat ka rito ng isang baldeng tubig. (Bring a pail of water up here.) 2) Umakyat ka sa punong mangga. (Go up the mango tree.) 3) Inakyat ni Pepito ang punong mangga. (Pepito went up the mango tree.)

1) to carry something up a height 2) to climb up, to go up something
akyat2

[Active Verb:]
umakyat

[Passive Verb:]
akyatin

[Examples:]
1) Mag-akyat ka rito ng isang baldeng tubig. (Bring a pail of water up here.) 2) Umakyat ka sa punong mangga. (Go up the mango tree.) 3) Inakyat ni Pepito ang punong mangga. (Pepito went up the mango tree.)

1) to carry something up a height 2) to climb up, to go up something
apaw

[Active Verb:]
umapaw

[Examples:]
Umapaw ang tubig sa kanal. (The water overflowed the canal.)

(verb) to overflow, to inundate
apulid (noun) water chestnut
awas

[Active Verb:]
umawas

[Examples:]
Umawas ang tubig sa banyo. (The water overflowed in the bathroom.)

(verb) to overflow
balon (noun) a well (of water), a deep hole in the ground
batalan (noun) rear of barrio house for washing and for storage of water
bindita

[Active Verb:]
magbindita

[Notes:]
Spanish

(noun) holy water

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