Grabble to Graduation

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.

Grabble, v. [grabl]
Tentar, palpar.
Kumapâ, umapuhap.

Grace, n. [græs]
Gracia.
Biyayà.

Graceful, adj. [grésful]
Gracioso, primoroso.
Mainam, marikit; pusong, nakakatawa.

Graceless, adj. [grésles]
Desagraciado, réprobo.
Hamak.

Gracious, adj. [gréciœs]
Gracioso, benévolo.
Magandang-loob, mapagbiyayà.

Graciousness, n. [gréciœsnes]
Gracia, bondad.
Biyayà, kagandahang loob.

Gradation, n. [gradécion]
Graduacion.
Baibaitang, pag-urì.

Grade, n. [greíd]
Grado, rango.
Taas ó babà ng̃ kalagayan, urì, grado.

Gradual, adj. [grádiual]
Gradual.
Untíuntî.

Graduate, n. [grádiuet]
Graduado.
Ang nakapagtamó ng̃ título sa anomang karunung̃an.[317]

Graduate, v. [grádiuet]
Graduarse.
Magtamó ng̃ título sa anomang karunung̃an.

Graduation, n. [gradiuécion]
Graduacion.
Pagtatamó ng̃ título sa anomang karunung̃an.