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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Sat Mar 31, 2012 8:13 am

Mabuti na lang nahanap ko ang thread na ito.. Malaki ang maitutulong nito saken.. ^_^
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Thu Oct 13, 2011 11:32 pm

@lian
Sinabi mo pa. Haha. Life-saver eh. Buti nahanap ko pa. >.<
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Thu Oct 13, 2011 5:17 pm

wow.. thank you ate hellionist! great help! Razz
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Wed Oct 12, 2011 11:37 am

Sa mga naghahanap ng online Tagalog-English dictionary, eto po ang link:

tagalog-english dictionary

Just type the word on the Site Search bar, upper right corner.
Buti nahanap ko pa. Nawala kasi noong nag-reformat ako. Malaki ang naitutulong nito sa akin sa pagsusulat ng Tagalog. As in, malaki talaga. Enjoy. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Sat Aug 27, 2011 11:38 pm


Ate Haze: Nyahaha! I just found it on my old notes, first year high school filipino notebook ko. Then when i saw this thread, i have decided to share this. Smile Haha Smile
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Sat Aug 27, 2011 9:18 pm

@Miss Jen
Ay salamat po sa paglilinaw. Very Happy Sana po mailipat ang thread na ito somewhere na maraming mas makakakita. Para po kasing hindi masyadong ma-benta sa Help section. Hihihi.

@Haze
Nauubusan kasi ako ng Filipino words kadalasan, eh ayoko namang ulit-ulitin baka magasgas. Haha. Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Sat Aug 27, 2011 6:00 pm

Miss Jen-tama!
MK-ngayon lang ako nakadalaw dito, buti may interesado.
greenalfonso-nice, hindi ko pa na-encounter ang ibang mga words na p-in-ost mo:)
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Sat Aug 27, 2011 5:21 pm

Malantik ang mga pilik-mata o malalantik ang pilik-mata.
Iba ang pumilantik, usually patungkol sa daliri
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Fri Aug 26, 2011 9:33 am



Hellionist: Haha! Yeah Smile
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Thu Aug 25, 2011 10:47 pm

@green

Papamilansikin
-If I base on your example, the word I use is pilantik. Pareho lang yata sila. Wink
Ex.: Mapilantik ang kanyang pilik-mata.
Pumilantik ang kanyang mga daliri.
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:40 pm


Just Want to share this:


mababata - to carry or endure (like a burden or heavy load); this is pronounced fast with emphasis on the 2nd syllable not the 3rd one. If you put emphasis on the 3rd syllable, the meaning differs and will refer to an adjective that means young. Although used in that context, its wrong use of grammar (like "Mababata pa sila = They are still young. >> The proper way to translate this in Tagalog is "Mga bata pa sila")

napayukayok - similar word "napadukdok", similar to the idiom "hung one's head" (like in shame or guilt)

humilig - the act of putting one's head on somebody else' s shoulder

apuhapin - similar word "hanapin", find someone or something

nilungayngay - almost similar to "napayukayok" but it's usually used when someone is tired or weary

bumalisbis - i would have to see this used in a sentence to be sure but I guess it would mean to hasten or hurry up (relative to the word "bumilis" or "humagibis")

panaghoy - wail(ing); a loud cry of anguish

masawata - to stop or prevent someone or something (like a crime)

maapula - similar to "masawata" but it's more often used in putting out fire

pagkagulaylay - weariness or a feeling of being very tired as if you cannot move anymore

isinusuob - another word "isinusuong"; facing (a challenge or danger) or entering (an unknown territory or place)

sinisikagan - again im not sure about this but it sounds like being trampled or kicked upon (the word I'm actually thinking is "sinisikaran", in some provinces they vary on some consonants but means the same

papamilansikin - nearest English word I can think of is to flail (meaning varies depending on what is going to be "papamilansikin"Wink it's a description of a movement or action closely associated with rich or snob people; example when a socialite holds a glass of wine with the pinkie finger up, it's "pamimilansik ng daliri (finger); or if they move or turn their head away from somebody, it's "pamimilansik ng ulo" >> get the drift?

nagunamgunam - another word "nawari"; to ponder or realize after deep thinking or reflection

markagurlis - another word "magkagalos" to be scarred or injured (minor wound or scratches)

ipinagkanulo - betrayed (like "ipinagkanulo ni Hudas si Jesus" = Judas bertrayed Jesus)

- i hope this little information help to all of you Smile
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Wed Aug 24, 2011 7:03 pm

hellionist: agree ako, ate.... malaking tulong ito....
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Wed Aug 24, 2011 2:30 am

Bump.

-to revive a thread (like this one)

Laughing Dapat yata ito nasa general topics para makatulong sa maraming writers. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Mon Dec 27, 2010 3:14 pm

english?
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Sun Dec 26, 2010 10:19 am

Ei, mars, ako'y nandito lang... haha!

nanririmarim-nandidiri, naaalibadbaran

parunggitan-di tuwirang salita patungkol sa isang tao,

nunca-never!!!

pagkakasukol-pagkakahuli

Ay!!! Doon mo pala nabasa, haha! Share ko lang, `yung kuwento na iyan, nabuo sa isip ko noong nasa dyip ako habang papunta sa work ko dati. Bunga ng pagiging malisyosa sa mga nakakasakay kong pasahero, hehe.
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Sat Dec 25, 2010 5:45 pm

english words

churlish - difficult to work or deal with
bollock - highly offensive term for disagreement
contrition - apologetic
sugarcoat - unpleasant truth

nyahaha
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Sat Dec 25, 2010 5:39 pm

@ate haze (kung nasan ka man,may ilan lang akong katanungan) ito'y nabasa ko sa iyon PB haha...

anong meaning ng

nanririmarim
parunggitan
nunca
pagkakasukol

haha... nabasa ko na iyong sweetest treats for the heart at ang ganda, nakakakilig nyahaha! natawa ako dun sa scene na kumakanta ng you belong with me si sandy!
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:35 pm

wow! anu daw ng nose bleed ako dun ah? hihi! tagalog plsssss..... hihi!! my mga personal no ba kau? pd ba ma snatch?
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:18 pm

"Gising na."
Mahinang tapik sa mukha ang nagpabalik sa malay-tao ni zaira ng mga sandaling iyon.
"Huh?" naalimpungatan si Zaira.
"What happened to you? How can you sleep during my wedding?" nagmarakulyo si Macs. Her riend Zaira left the earth during her wedding! It's her wedding with Shinichi for crying out loud!

Nagtawanan ang lahat. Zaira felt her cheeks burn. She was left with nothing but a red face and misty eyes.

HAHAHA.
hmp!


tapik --> mahinang tampal.

naalimpungatan --> nagising...

nagmarakulyo --> nagmaktol.

left the earth --> nawala sa sarili ...took a nap.

felt her cheeks burn --> nagblush/flush

misty eyes --> mangiyak-ngiyak... teary eyed.
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:02 pm

Biglang tumalon ang puso ni Macs nang mapagtanto kung sino ang biglang sumulpot sa harapan niya.

It was Shinichi, the man she had loved and swore to love forever. Her trembling lips curved a saccharine smile as Shinichi walked towards her.

His heart-pounding grin just made her day.

_____

mapagtanto --> malaman. ma-realize.

saccharine --> matamis na matamis. haha (hyperbole...LOL)

^^
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:55 pm

@zaira... usisaan? ewan ko lang...pero ngaun lang yan nahagip ng mala-dwende kong tainga. XD
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:53 pm

napahagalpak --> napatawa ng malakas

gasped
--> napasinghap. paghinga ng malalim. (tipong gulat)

sambulat --> bulalas.

Napasinghap si Macs.
"ano nga ba ang meron sa pb na iyon?" sambulat niya sa noo'y tuloy parin sa paghagalpak na si Mars.

XD
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:45 pm

"Itigil ang kaguluhang ito!" bulalas ni Clau. "Akin lang si Kim!" giit niya. "In fact engaged na kami." ibinalandra niya ang kanyang kanang kamay kung saan nagsusumigaw ang pink diamond engagement ring na ibinigay sa kanyan ni Kim. Maya-maya pa ay umibis mula sa itim na limousine ang lalaking paksa ng kanilang usisaan.


Itutuloy....


may word bang usisaan? hakhak
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:30 pm

sa mga trabaho:

enhinyero - engineer
arkitekto - architect
abugado - laywer
hukom - judge
teacher - guro
doktor - doctor
negosyante - businessman
nars - nurse
piloto - pilot
pulis - police
drayber (tsuper) - driver


ano pa ba?
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PostSubject: Re: TALASALITAAN. (engLish and tagaLog words used in novels)   Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:06 pm

haze prado wrote:
Balintataw parang gunita siya.
Sapantaha, hinala
patadyong, klase ng damit yun, parang palda ata na pambabae, di lang ako sure pero damit siya. Masyado kang marahas, haha.


Marahil ay tama ang sapantaha ni Macspy na may lihim din na pagtingin si Shinichi sa kanya...

ahaha
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