Percuss to Perfection

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.

Percuss, v. [perkás]
Golpear.
Máumpog, mábunggô, mábanggâ.

Percussion, n. [perkásion]
Percusion, golpe.
Umpog, bunggô, banggâ.

Perdition, n. [perdíciœn]
Perdicion, destruccion, ruina.
Kapahamakán, kasiraan, sirà, huhô.

Peregrinate, v. [péregrinet]
Peregrinar.
Maglakád, maglakbay.

Peregrination, n. [peregrinécion]
Peregrinacion.
Paglalakbáy, paglalakád.

Peremptory, adj. [péremtori]
Perentorio, decisivo, definitivo.
Patapós.

Perennial, adj. [perénial]
Perenne, continuo, permanente.
Palagì, parati, panáy.

Perfect, adj. [pérfect]
Perfecto, acabado.
Sakdal, lubós, ganáp.

Perfect, v. [pérfect]
Perfeccionar, acabar.
Lubusín, ganapín.

Perfection, n. [perféccion]
Perfeccion.
Kasakdalan, kalubusan, kaganapan.