Languages

Tagalog

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Introduction

Tagalog is a language of Philippines. It is spoken in Manila, most of Luzon, and Mindoro. Also in Canada, Guam, Libya, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States. .

Dialects

Bataan, Batangas, Bulacan, Lubang, Manila, Marinduque, Puray, Tanay-Paete, Tayabas.

The Tagalog Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitekagat, kagatín, kalut, kumagat, kumugat
to blowhi:hip, humipan, umíhip, umihip
to breathehuminga, humiŋá
to burnmasúnog, masunog, su:nug
to buybumili, mamilí, mamili
to chewngumuya, ŋuyaqín
to choosemamíliq, mamili, pumili
to climbpanhik, pumanhík, qadyu, qakyat, sampa, umakyat
to comedatíŋ, pumunta
to cookmaglútoq, magluto, mag-luto
to countmagbílaŋ, magbilang
to cryumiyák, umiyak
to cut, hackpumutol, putúlin, tadtad
to die, be deadmamatay, patáy
to digmaghúkay, maghukay, paramíhin
to dreammanagínip, managinip
to drinkqinum, uminóm, uminom
to eatka:qin, kumáin, kumain
to fallbumagsak, bumaksak, mahúlog
to fearmatakot, tákut
to flowdumaloy, umágos, umagos
to flylipad, lumipád, lumipad
to growtumú boq, tumubo
to heardinig, makiníg, makinig
to hideitago, magtágoq, magtago
to hititápun, paluin, pumalo, tamáan
to holdhawákan, hawakan
to huntmamaríl, mangaso
to killmagpatáy, mapatay, patayin, pumatay
to know, be knowledgeablealám, alamin
to laughtumáwa, tumawa
to lie downhigaq, humiga, humigáq
to live, be alivebúhay, mabuhay
to open, uncoverbuksan, magbukás, magbukas
to plantmágtanim, magtanim
to pound, beatbatè, bayuhín, magbayo, tukaqín
to sayganqun, gaqun, mag-salita, magsalitáq, sa:bi, sabíhin, sabihin
to scratchkamútin, kamutin, kumamot
to seeki:ta, makíta, makita, tumingin, tumiŋín
to sewmag-tahi, magtahiq, tahiin
to shootbarilín, mamana, panain
to sitqupuq, tumirá, umupóq, umupo
to sleepmatulog, túlug, tu:lug
to sniff, smellamoy, amuyín, amuyin
to spitdumura, dumuráq, duraq, lumuráq, sumuka
to splitbiyakín, biyakin
to squeezepigain, pigaqín
to stab, piercemanaksak, saksakín, saksakin, sasakin
to standtindig, tumayo, tumindíg
to stealmagnákaw, magnakaw
to suckhumígop, sumipsip, sumisip
to swellmamaga, mamagaq
to swimlumangóy, lumangoy
to thinkisipin, magísip, magisip, mag-isip
to throwbatohin, ibato, itápon
to tie up, fastentalíqan, talian
to turnlumikóq, lumiko
to walkla:kad, lumákad, lumakad, mag-lakad
to vomitsumúka, sumuka
to workgumawa, magtrabáho, magtrabaho
to yawnhakay, hikab, humigáb, maghikab

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