Augur to Aurora

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.

Augur, n. [óguær]
Taladro; agorero, adivino.
Pangbutas, barrena; mapamahiin, manghuhulà.

Augur, v. [óguær]
Taladrar; adivinar, pronosticar.
Bumutas, barrenahin; humulà, manghulà.

Augury, n. [óguæri]
Agüero, presagio.
Pamahiin, hulà.

August, adj. [óguæst]
Augusto, majestuoso.
Marang̃al, kagalanggalang, karang̃aldang̃al.

August, n. [óguæst]
Agosto, ikawalong bwan sa isang taón. IKAWALONG BUWAN NG TAON

Augustness, n. [oguæstnes]
Majestuosidad, grandeza, majestad.
Karang̃alan, kainaman.

Aunt, n. [ant]
Ale, ali, tia. TIYA, TITA

Aural, adj. [óral]
Nauukol sa tayng̃a. NAUUKOL SA TENGA / TAINGA

Auricular, adj. [oríkiular]
Nauukol sa tayng̃a.

Aurist, n. [órist] (ear doctor)
Manggamot sa tayng̃a.

Aurora, n. [oróra] (break of day, dawn)
Aurora, crepúsculo de la mañana.
Bukáng liwayway. BUKANG-LIWAYWAY