Gravy to Greasy

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.

Gravy, n. [grévi]
Jugo de la carne; salsa.
Katas ng̃ karné; sawsawan.

Gray, adj. [gré]
Gris; cano.
Gris; puting-uban. ABUHIN

Gray, n. [gré]
Gris.
Gris.

Graybeard, n. [grébird]
Barbicano.
May maputing balbás.

Grayheaded, a. [gréjeded]
Canoso.
Mauban; maputî na ang buhok.

Grayish, adj. [greísh]
Pardusco, entrecano.
Namumutî. ABUHIN

Graze, v. [grez]
Pastorear; pacer, apacentar.
Mag-alagà ng̃ hayop; magpang̃inain; magpasabsab.

Grazier, n. [grézier]
Ganadero.
Pastulan.

Grease, n. [gris]
Grasa.
Sebo, tabâ.

Grease, v. [gris]
Engrasar.
Pahiran ng̃ sebo.

Greasiness, n. [grízines]
Pringue, gordura.
Katabaan.

Greasy, adj. [grízi]
Grasiento, craso, gordo.
Masebo, matabâ.