Pair to Paleness

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.

Pair, n. [per]
Pares, dalawa na magkabagay.

Palace, n. [pálaz]
Palasyo, bahay-harì; gusaling malakí.

Palatable, adj. [pálatabl]
Sabroso, gustoso al paladar.
Masarap, malasa.

Palate, n. [pálet]
Paladar; gusto.
Ng̃aláng̃alá; sarap, lasa.

Palatial, adj. [palécial]
Lo que pertenece á palacio.
Nauukol sa palasyo.

Palaver, n. [paláver]
Charla, fruslería.
Satsat, tabíl.

Palaver, v. [paláver]

Pale, adj. [pel]
Pálido, descolorido.
Mapultâ, hilukâ.

Pale, n. [pel]
Putlâ, kaputlaan.

Pale, n. [pel]
Palizada, defensa de estacas.
Bakod, mg̃a tulos, bakuran.

Pale, v. [pel]
Poner pálido, descolorar.
Mamutlâ, manghilukà.

Paleness, n. [pélnes]
Putlâ, kaputlaan.