Anchor to Anecdote

Please note that this dictionary contains English, Spanish and Tagalog words from the early 20th century, quite a few of which are obsolete. The spelling and meaning of the words herein may be slightly different from current usage. Still, we believe it is a useful reference for those studying Philippine literature and documents from that time period.

Anchor, n. [ánkær]
Ancora.
Sinipete, sawo. ANGKORA, ANKLA

Anchor, v. [ánkær]
Ancorar, anclar, hechar las anclas.
Mahulog ng̃ sinipete. DUMAONG

Anchorage, n. [ánkeredch]
Anclaje, el sitio ó lugar para anclar.
Dakong pinaghuhulugan ng̃ sinipete ng̃ mg̃a sasakyan.

Anchored, adj. [ánkerd]
Anclado.
Nakasinipete.

Anchovy, n. [ancóvi]
Anchova ó anchoa.
Halubaybay.

Ancient, adj. [éncient]
Antiguo.
Matandâ, lumà, dati, una, laon.

Ancient, n. [éncient]
Antiguo.
Unang tao.

And, conj. [end]
Y, é.
At, ’t.

Anecdote, n. [ánecdot]
Anécdota.
Salaysay na may taglay na aral ó pang̃aral.