Arm to Armpit

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.

Arm, n. [arm]
Brazo; arma.
Bisig, braso; almás, sakbat.

Arm, v. [arm]
Armar.
Magsakbat, mag-almás.

Armament, n. [ármament]
Armamento.
Mg̃a kasangkapang panglaban.

Armed, adj. [armd]
Armado.
Nakaalmás, may sakbát.

Armful, n. [ármful]
Brazada.
Pangkó.

Armhole, n. [ármjol]
Sobaco.
Kilikili.

Armistice, n. [ármistis]
Armisticio.
Pagpapahing̃á ng̃ labanan sa pamamagitan ng̃ kásunduan.

Armless, adj. [ármles]
Desarmado.
Walang almás, inalisan ng̃ almás.

Armor, n. [ármor]
Armadura.
Kasuutang ginagamit sa digmà upang hwag tablán.

Armorer, n. [ármœrœr]
Armero, el artífice que fabrica armas.
Manggagawà ng̃ almás.[44]

Armory, n. [ármori]
Armería.
Taguan ng̃ almás.

Armpit, n. [ármpit]
Sobaco.
Kilikili. KILI-KILI