Storm to Straggle

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.

Storm, n. [storm]
Tempestad, tormenta, borrasca.
Unos, sigwa, bagyo.

Storm, v. [storm]
Descargar la tempestad, levantarse una borrasca.
Umunos, bumagyó.

Stormy, adj. [stórmi]
Tempestuoso, borrascoso.
Maunos, masigwa.

Story, n. [stóri]
Cuento; piso.
Kwento, kathang salaysay; piso (ng̃ bahay,) lapag.

Stout, adj. [stáut]
Fornido, robusto, fuerte.
Batibot, batipunô, malakas.

Stout, n. [stáut]
Cerveza fuerte.
Serbesang matapang.

Stove, n. [stov]
Kalan, apuyán.

Stow, v. [stó]
Ordenar, colocar.
Mag-ayos, maghusay; maglapag.

Straggle, v. [strágl] (to walk about like a vagrant)
Vagar, corretear.
Maggalâ, lumaboy.