Tagalog Dictionary

sabunutan
(sinasabunutan, sinabunutan, sasabunutan) v., inf. pull (someone) by the hair
sabunutan
sabunutan n. act of pulling each other's hair (fighting women)
sabunutin
(sinasabunot, sinabunot, sasabunutin) v., inf. grab and pull someone's hair
sabutahe
n. sabotage
sabutahihin
(sinasabutahe, sinabutahe, sasabutahihin) v., inf. sabotage; damage or destroy maliciously
sabutan
sabutan n., bot. species of screwpine
sabuwat
sabuwat n. 1. accomplice (in crime); 2. act of getting someone as an accomplice in crime
sabuwatan
sabuwatan n. 1. connivance; 2. conspiracy; 3. plot; 4. intrigue
sabuwatin
sabuwatin (sinasabuwat, sinabuwat, sasabuwatin) v., inf. join with another (others) in a conspiracy
sabuyan
(sinasabuyan, sinabuyan, sasabuyan) v., inf. 1. splash; 2. throw water on; 3. slop; 4. splatter
sabuyan
sabuyan n. act of splashing/throwing water, mud, sand, etc. at each other
sabwat
sabwat n. 1. accomplice (in crime); 2. act of getting someone as an accomplice in crime
sabwatan
sabwatan n. 1. connivance; 2. conspiracy; 3. plot; 4. intrigue
sabwatin
sabwatin (sinasabwat, sinabwat, sasabwatin) v., inf. join with another (others) in a conspiracy
sadlak
sadlak n. a fall into disgrace, shame, etc.
sadlok
sadlok n. act of taking up water, etc. with a scoop
sadlukan
sadlukan (sinasadlukan, sinadlukan, sasadlukan) v., inf. 1. fill a container with liquid by scooping; 2. scoop from
sadlukin
sadlukin (sinasadlok, sinadlok, sasadlukin) v., inf. scoop out with a dipper
sadsad
sadsad adj. aground (said of boats)
sadsaran
n. 1. wharf; pier; 2. simultaneous arrival of boats; 3. schedule of arrivals of boats
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