Straw to Street

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.

Straw, n. [stró]
Paja.
Dayami, paha.

Stray, adj. [stré]
Extraviado.
Náwawalâ, nakakákawalâ.

Stray, n. [stré]
Descarriamiento.
Pagkawalâ, pagkakaligaw.

Stray, v. [stré]
Descarriarse, extraviarse.
Mawalâ, máligaw, málihis.

Streak, n. [stríc]
Raya, lista.
Guhit.

Streak, v. [stríc]
Rayar.
Guhitan.

Stream, n. [strím]
La corriente ó curso del agua que corre, arroyo, torrente, rio.
Agos, batis, ilog, bang-bang.

Stream, v. [strím]
Correr, fluir.
Umagos, bumuhos, bumugsô.

Streamlet, n. [strímlet]
Arroyuelo.
Batis, munting ilog.

Street, n. [strít]
Calle.
Daan, lansang̃an, kalye. LANSANGAN