Asphyxia to Assassinate

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.

Asphyxia, n. [asfícsia]
Inís, hindî makahing̃á.

Asphyxiate, v. [asfícsiet]
Uminis; inisín, hwag pahing̃ahin.

Aspirant, adj. [áspirænt]
Aspirante, pretendiente; candidato.
Ang nagnanasà, ang naghahang̃ad; kandidato.

Aspirate, v. [áspiret]
Aspirar, pronunciar con aspiracion.
Magbadyá ng̃ tinig h.

Aspiration, n. [aspirécien]
Nasà, hang̃ad.

Aspire, v. [aspáir]
Aspirar, pretender.
Magnasà, maghang̃ad.

Asquint, adv. [ascuínt]
Al soslayo, de travez.

Ass, n. [as]
Burro, borrico; asno; tonto, ignorante.
Burro, burriko, hang̃al.

Assail, v. [asél]
Acometer, asaltar, atacar.
Maniil, mangloob, mangharang, dumaluhong, humandulong.

Assailable, adj. [asélabl]
Lo que puede ser asaltado.
Ang mahaharang, masisiil, malolooban.

Assailant, n. [asélant]
Acometedor, asaltador, agresor.
Manghaharang, tulisan, mangloloob, mániniil, mangdadaluhong.

Assailment, n. [asélment]
Asalto, acometimiento.
Panghaharang, pangloloob, paniniil, pangdadaluhong.

Assassin, n. [asásin]

Assassinate, v. [asásinet]
Pumatay ng̃ tao.

Assassination, n. [asásinesien]
Pagpatay ng̃ tao.