[A] A, a (noun): : the first letter of the abakada or the Filipino alphabet aacherii アーチェリー



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: Do not interrupt the speaker. (syn.): atrasuhin, istorbuhin.

abalang-abala (adj.): : busy. * Tag. Eng.
abaloryo (noun): : beads. * Tag. Eng.
abandonado (adj.): : abandoned. * Siya ay abandonadong anak.: : She is an abandoned child. (syn.): iniwan, pinabayaan.
abang (noun): (1): an ambush, waiting. * Tag. Eng. (2): a guard, a watcher. * Walang abang doon sa kanto nang dumating ako. : There was no watcher at the corner when I arrived. (syn.): bantay, tanod, guwardiya.
abangabang (noun): : rash, skin eruptions. * Ang mga sanggol ay madaling magkaroon ng abangabang.: : * Infants easily get skin rash. (syn.): bungang-araw, singaw.
abangan (noun/v.t.)(r.w. abang): (noun): : a rendezvous, a place where you wait for something or someone. * Matagal din akong naghintay sa abangan.: : * I wait for a long time on our rendezvous. (syn.):abatan.

(v.t.)(var. mag-abang): : to wait, to wait for, to watch for. * Abangan kita sa kanto ng Chunichi Building.: : I will wait for you at the corner of Chunich Building. (syn.): hintayin, maghintay, bantayan.

abaniko (noun): (1): a folded fan. * Makulay ang mga abaniko ng Hapon.: : Japanese's fans are colorful. (syn.): pamaypay. (2): a fan. * Tag. Eng.

abante (adv.): : forward. * Abante mo pa ng kaunti ang sasakyan.: : Let the car move a bit forward.
Abante! (interjec.): : Forward! Go ahead! (syn.): Sulong! Sigi!
abaraya あばら屋, hottategoya 掘っ立て小屋 (noun):
: a hovel, a shanty.
abasto (noun): : a baggage, a luggage. * Marami siyang abasto.: : He has a lot of baggage. (syn.): bagahe, kargamento, dala-dalahan.
abat (noun): : an illness caused by evil spirits, sometimes caused by the dead body.
abata-no あばたの, nikibizura-no にきび面の (adj.): : pimpled, pock-marked.
abay (noun/adj.): (noun): (1): an escort, a nurse. * Tag. Eng. (2): a bridesmaid. * Abay ni Ana si Rosa sa kaniyang kasal. : Ana's bridesmade on her wedding day is Rosa. (3): a best man.

(adj.): : lying or sitting close to one another. * Sila ay abay na umupo sa bangko.: : They were sitting close to one another on the bench.

abay-abay (adv.)(r.w. abay): : side by side. * Ang mga bata ay abay-abay na umupo sa loob ng simbahan.: : * Children were sitting side by side inside the church. (syn.): siping-siping, tabi-tabi, magkakatabi.

abayan (v.t.)(r.w. abay): : to accompany, to escort. * Inabayan ni Jun si Espie sa "Flores de Mayo.": : Jun escorted Espie in "Flores de Mayo."
abazure あばずれ, akujo 悪女, shirigaruon-na 尻軽女, uwakina on-na 浮気な女 (noun): : a bitch, a flirt, a bad girl.
abeha (noun): : a bee. * Nakagat siya ng abeha.: : * He was stung by a bee. (syn.): pukyutan, laywan.
abeha-reyna (noun): : a queen bee. (syn.): abeha-maestra. * Tag. Eng.
abehera (noun)(r.w. abeha): : a beehive, apiary. (syn.): bahay-pukyutan.
abelyana (adj.): : light brown color referring esp. about shoes, nut-brown, tan colored. * Sapatos na abelyana ang suot niya.: : He was wearing brown shoes. (syn.): kulay-balat, kulay-kape.
abenida (noun)(var. abenido): : an avenue, a boulevard, a mainstreet. * Maraming murang paninda sa abenida ng Sta. Cruz.: : There is a lot of cheap merchandise in St. Cruz Avenue.
abentura (noun) (var. abenturero, abenturoso): : an adventure. * Si Olip ay maraming abentura.: : Olip had so many adventures.

abenturero (noun)(r.w. abentura): : an adventurer. * Ang abenturero ay hindi pa nakababa mula sa bundok.: : The adventurer has not yet descended from the mountain.

Aber! (interjec.): : Let's see! Let me see! * Aber! Ano ang alam mo?: : Let's see! What do you know? (syn.): Patingin! Tingnan Natin!
aberasyon (noun): : aberration, mental disorder. * Ang paminsang sanhi ng aberasyon ay dahil sa kakulangan ng sustansiya sa katawan at sa sobrang inom ng gamot.: : Aberration is sometimes caused of lacking nutrients in the body and also caused by overdose of medicine. (syn.): pagkalihis, kakatuwang kilos, maging medyo sira-sira.
aberya (noun): (1): damage, an accident, problem, a hitch or mishap not expected. * Nagkaroon ng aberya ang plano nila.: : There was a hitch in their plan. (2): unforseen trouble. * Aberya ang aming sasakyan.: : Our cars have an engine trouble. (syn.): suliranin, problema.
abesedaryo (noun): (1): an ABC chart. (2): a primer book. * Tag. Eng. (syn.): kartilya, katon.

abikultura (noun): : aviculture, breeding and rearing of birds. (syn.): pag-aalaga ng ibon, pag-iibon.

abilidad (noun): (1): ability. * Magaling ang abilidad ni Tany sa computer.: : Tany has a good ability in computer. (2): talent. * Mahirap humanap ng trabaho kung wala kang bihirang abilidad.: : It is hard to find a job if you don't have a special talent. (syn.): kakayahan, talino. (3): an ability test.
abiso (noun): : a notice, a warning, announcement. * Ang abiso mula sa korte ay dumating kahapon.: : The notice from the court came yesterday. (syn.): paunawa, babala.
abisuhan (v.t.)(var. mag-abiso)(r.w. abiso): : to announce, to inform, to notify. * Abisuhan mo si Juan tungkol sa aking pagdating.: : Please notify John about my arrival.
abito (noun): (1): habit. * Hindi maganda ang abito niya.: : His habit is not good. (syn.): ugali, pag-uugali, kaugalian. (2): the dress usually worn by the clergy. * Mumurahin lang ang mga tela na ginagamit na abito.: : Habits are usually made of cheap materials. (syn.): kauusutan ng mga pari at madre.

abitsuwela (noun)(var. habitsuwelas): : snap beans, a small type of kidney bean. (syn.): bataw.

abiyador (noun):
パイロット, hikooki-no sojuushi 飛行機の操縦士>: a pilot. * Tag. Eng.
abla (noun): (1): loquacity, an idle talk , a talkative person. * Tag. Eng. (2): prattle, babble. * Tag. Eng. (syn.): daldal, madaldal.
ablusyon (noun): : ablution, a washing or cleaning of the body by water. * Tag. Eng. (syn.): paglilinis, paghuhugas (ng katawan).

abno (sla.)(adj.)(var. abnoy): : abnormal, crazy, funny. [short. Eng. "abnormal"] * Ang abno ay pinagtatawanan dahil sa kanyang pananamit.:


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