Tagalog Dictionary

yugtu-yugto
yugtu-yugto adv. gradually; step by step; by instalment (US: installment)
yugtu-yugtuin
yugtu-yugtuin (niyuyugtu-yugto, niyugtu-yugto, yuyugtu-yugtuin) v., inf. make into a series of connected parts
yugyugin
yugyugin (niyuyugyog, niyugyog, yuyugyugin) v., inf. shake up and down (esp. branches of trees)
yukayok
yukayok adj. 1. fallen headlong; 2. with drooping head; 3. crestfallen
yukdo
yukdo n. bending the knee
yuko
yuko n. 1. bending of head/body; 2. obeisance
yukod
yukod n. 1. bowing one head in respect/greeting; 2. reverence
yukos
yukos adj. bent (as a branch of a tree laden with fruit)
yukos
yukos adj. wrinkled; crushed (clothes)
yukot
yukot adj. wrinkled; crushed (clothes)
yukuan
yukuan (niyuyukuan, niyukuan, yuyukuan) v., inf. bend forward over something
yukulele
n. ukulele (small guitar with 4 strings)
yukyok
yukyok n. crouching; crouching in fear
yumabang
(yumayabang, yumabang, yayabang) v., inf. be boastful; brag
yumabong
(yumayabong, yumabong, yayabong) v., inf. 1. become luxuriant in growth (tree); 2. become prosperous
yumagyag
yumagyag (yumayagyag, yumagyag, yayagyag) v., inf. trot
yumahod
(yumayahod, yumahod, yayahod) v., inf. rub with pressure
yumakag
(yumayakag, yumakag, yayakag) v., inf. invite others to do/make something with oneself
yumakap
(yumayakap, yumakap, yayakap) v., inf. 1. embrace to show love; 2. clasp to the breast; 3. espouse [fig.]
yumaman
(yumayaman, yumaman, yayaman) v., inf. become rich/wealthy
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