Wealth to Weary

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 this is a useful reference especially for those studying Philippine literature and documents from that time period.

Wealth, n. [welz]
Riqueza.
Yaman, kayamanan.

Wealthy, adj. [wélzi]
Rico, opulento.
Mayaman, masalapî.

Wean, v. [win]
Destetar.
Ihiwalay sa suso.

Weapon, n. [wípn]
Arma.
Almás, sakbát na panglaban. ARMAS, SANDATA

Wear, n. [wer]
Uso.
Paggamit.

Wear, v. [wer]
Usar, llevar.
Gamitin, isuot.

Weariness, n. [wírines]
Cansancio, fatiga.
Págod, pagal, kapaguran, kapagalán.

Wearisome, adj. [wírisam]
Pesado, fastidioso.
Nakayayamot, nakagagalit.

Weary, adj. [wíri]
Cansado; fastidiado.
Pagód, napapagál; yamót.

Weary, v. [wíri]
Cansar, fatigar; molestar.
Pumagod, mamagod; yumamót.