Confuse to Conger

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.

Confuse, v. [confiúz]
Confundir, desconcertar; oscurecer.
Luminlang, gumuló; magpalabò.

Confused, adj. [confiúzd]
Confuso.
Maguló, malabò.

Confusion, n. [confiúcion]
Confusion, desorden, caos; perturbacion, vergüenza.
Guló, kaguluhan, ligalig, walang ayos, walang tuos; kalituhan, kahihiyan.

Confutation, n. [confiutécion]
Confutacion.
Dî pagpayag sa pagmamatwid ng̃ katalo.

Confute, v. [confiút]
Confutar, impugnar.
Magwagí sa pagmamatwid, patahimikin ang katalo.

Congeal, v. [condchíl]
Congelar; congelarse, helarse.
Mamuô.

Congenial, adj. [condchínial]
Congenial; análogo.
Kaugalì; kabagay, kagaya, kaparis.

Congeniality, n. [condchiníaliti]
Semejanza de genio.
Pagkakaisang ugalì.

Congenite, adj. [condchénit]
Congénito.
Kakambal, kasamang ipinang̃anak.

Conger, n. [cónguœr]
Congrio.
Palós.