Palm to Palsy

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.

Palm, n. [palm]
Palma; palma de la mano; palmo.
Palma; palad ng̃ kamay; dangkal.

Palm, verb [palm]
Manosear; escamotar.
Lamasin; paglaruan sa kamáy.

Palmated, adj. [pálmeted]
Anyong kamáy.

Palmistry, n. [pálmistri]
Panghuhulà sa pamamag-itan ng̃ palad ng̃ kamáy.

Palm Sunday, n. [palm-sánde]
Domingo de ramos.
Domingo de ramos.

Palpable, adj. [pálpabl]
Nahihipò, nadadama.

Palpitate, v. [pálpitet]
Palpitar, latir.
Sumikdó, tumibók, kumabá, kumutog.

Palpitation, n. [palpitécion]
Palpitacion, latido.
Sikdó, tibók, kabá, kutóg.

Palsied, adj. [pálsid]
Pasmado; lumpó.

Palsy, n. [pálsi]
Parálisis; perlesía.
Pasmá; pagkalumpó.