Blanket to Blaze

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.

Blanket, n. [blánket]
Manta.
Kumot.

Blanket, v. [blánket]
Cubrir con manta.
Magkumot.

Blaspheme, v. [blasfím]
Blasfemar.
Manung̃ayaw, manumpâ.

Blasphemous, adj. [blásfimæs]
Blasfemo.
Palatung̃ayaw, palasumpâ.

Blasphemy, n. [blásfimi]
Blasfemia.
Tung̃ayaw, sumpâ.

Blast, n. [blast]
Soplo de aire.
Simoy ng̃ hang̃in, hihip ng̃ hang̃in.

Blast, v. [blast]
Castigar con alguna calamidad repentina; marchitar, secar, arruinar.
Datnan ng̃ kasakunaan; lumantá, tumuyô, sumirà, gumibâ.

Blatant, adj. [blétant]
Vocinglero.
Palaang̃ál.

Blaze, n. [bleíz]
Llama ó llamarada.
Ning̃as, liyab, siklab.

Blaze, v. [bleíz]
Encenderse en llama.
Magning̃as, magliyab.