Apotheosis to Appeal

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.

Apotheosis, n. [apozíesis]
Apoteosis, deificacion.
Pag aring Dyos sa kaninoman.

Appall, v. [apól]
Espantar, aterrar.
Sumindák; magpang̃ilabot.

Appalling, n. [apóling]
Espanto, aterramiento.
Sindak, pang̃ing̃ilabot.

Apparatus, n. [aparétus]
Aparato, aparejo.

Apparel, n. [apárel]
Damit, suot, kasuutan.

Apparel, v. [apárel]
Magbihis, magdamit.

Apparent, adj. [apárent]
Claro, aparente.
Maliwanag, malinaw; naaaninag.

Apparently, adv. [apárentli]
May kalinawan, may kalìwanagan.

Apparition, n. [aparícien]
Aparicion, vision, fantasma.
Paglitaw, pagsipot; malikmata, páng̃itain; multó.[37]

Appeal, n. [apíl]
Tutol, luhog. APILA

Appeal, v. [apíl]
Apelar, recurir á un tribunal superior.
Tumutol, magsakdal ó lumuhog sa lalong mataas na húkuman. MAG-APILA, UMAPILA