Animal to Ankle

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 this is a useful reference especially for those studying Philippine literature and documents from that time period.

Animal, n. [ánimal]
Animal.
Hayop.

Animate, adj. [ánimet]
Viviente, animado.
Buháy, may kálulwa, maliksí.

Animate, v. [ánimet]
Animar, infundir alma.
Bumuhay, bubayin, pagsauliing-loob, pukawin ang loob, paliksihín.

Animated, adj [animéted]
Vivo, animado.
Buháy, maliksí, ganyák.

Animation, n. [animécien]
Animacion, viveza.
Pagkaganyak; kaliksihan.

Animosity, n. [animósiti]
Animosidad, mala voluntad, rencor.
Pakikipag-alit, pagmamasamang-loob, pagtatanim.

Anise, n. [ánis]
Anis.
Anís.

Aniseed, n. [ánisid]
Simiente de anis.
Buto ng̃ anis.

Ankle, n. [ánkl]
Tobillo.
Bukong-bukong.