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Tagalog English
abala1

[Active Verb:]
mag-abala

[Examples:]
Active: Huwag kang mag-abala. (Do not trouble yourself.) Active: Siya ang umabala sa akin. (He was the one who disturbed me.) Passive: Inabala ko siya. (I disturbed him.)

1) delay, detention, disturbance (noun) 2) to trouble oneself over something or somebody -- mag-abala (active verb) 3) to disturb somebody or someone -- umabala (active verb), inabala (passive verb)
abala2

[Active Verb:]
umabala

[Passive Verb:]
abalahin

[Examples:]
Active: Huwag kang mag-abala. (Do not trouble yourself.) Active: Siya ang umabala sa akin. (He was the one who disturbed me.) Passive: Inabala ko siya. (I disturbed him.)

1) delay, detention, disturbance (noun) 2) to trouble oneself over something or somebody -- mag-abala (active verb) 3) to disturb somebody or someone -- umabala (active verb), inabala (passive verb)
akay

[Active Verb:]
umakay

[Passive Verb:]
akayin

[Examples:]
1) Sino ang akay mo? (Who are you leading?) 2) Inakay niya ang bata. (He led the child by the hand.) 3) Umakay siya sa akin. (He hung on to me [for support].)

1) person led by the hand (noun) 2) to lead by the hand (verb) 3) to hang on [for support or guidance] (verb)
albularyo (noun) a quack doctor who usually uses herbs for treatment of any kind of ailment
awat

[Active Verb:]
umawat

[Passive Verb:]
awatin

[Examples:]
1) Siya ang umawat sa kanilang dalawa. (He was the one who pacified the two of them.) 2) Awatin mo sina Teria at Violeta. (Pacify Teria and Violeta.)

1) pacification of quarreling people (noun) 2) to pacify a quarrel, to stand between a fight (verb)
baha

[Active Verb:]
bumaha

[Passive Verb:]
bahain

[Examples:]
1) Binaha ang buong bayan. (The whole town was flooded.) 2) Bumaha dahil sa lakas ng ulan. (It flooded because of the strong rain.)

1) flood (noun) 2) to flood (phenomenal verb)
balimbing

[Active Verb:]
bumalimbing

(noun) starfruit; a small tree whose edible fleshy fruit has five longitudinal, angular lobes
buena mano

[Notes:]
(lit.) good hand, borrowed from Spanish

(noun) first customer of the day who is believed to bring good luck in business
damag (adv) /mag-/ the whole night
gulang

[Passive Verb:]
gulangan

[Examples:]
Huwag mong gulangan ang bata. (Don't take advantage of the kid.)

1) age (noun) 2) /ma--/ (magulang) shrewd, mature (adj) 3) to take advantage of someone who is inexperienced (adj)

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