Diccionario Ingles-Español-Tagalog, Part II, E-N (Dodo by Sofronio G. Calderón

By Sofronio G. Calderón

Sofronio G. Calder??n (1878-c1954) was once an writer from the Philippines, who wrote basically in tagalog. He was once President of the literary society Aklatang Kasilawan, Vice-President of the Tagalog organization (Samahan ng mga M??nanagalog), a member of the literary society Aklatang Bayan which incorporated famous Tagalog writers Lope ok. Santos and Jose Corazon de Jesus, honorary member of the Aklatang Barusog, and a member of the collage Extension Institute and the Philipphine Academy. His works comprise: relationship Pilipinas (1907), Diccionario Ingles-Espa?±ol- Tagalog (1915), Tagalog-English Vocabulary and guide of dialog (1947), functional Self-Study of the nationwide Language (with Jos?© G. Katindig) (1947), Mga Alamat ng Pilipinas: Philippine Mithology (1947) and Ang Mga Kawikaan sa Larangan ng Pamumuhay (1947).

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Icuiánguiular] Equiángulo. Magkaparis ang mg̃a sulok, magkaisa ang layô. Equilateral, adj. [icuiláteral] Equilátero. Magkaisa ang sukat ng̃ mg̃a gilid ó hangga. Equilibrium, n. [icuilíbriæm] Equilibrio, contrapeso. Timbang, tatag. Equine, adj. [ícuin] Caballar. Nauukol sa kabayo. Equinox, n. [ícuinocs] Equinoccio. Panahong magkasinhabà ang araw at gabí. Equip, v. [icuíp] Equipar, pertrechar. Magsangkap ng̃ mg̃a kailang̃an. 52 Diccionario Ingles-Español-Tagalog, Part II Equipage, n. [écuipedch] Equipaje.

Adv. [ináf] Bastante, suficiente. Sukat, sapát, kasya. Enough, n. [ináf] Lo suficiente. Kasukatán, karapatan, kakasyahan. Enquire, v. [enquáir] Informarse, inquirir, averiguar. Magsiyasat, mag-usisà, mag-urirà, magtanong. 42 Diccionario Ingles-Español-Tagalog, Part II Enquiry, n. [encuíre] Indagacion. Pagsisiyasat, pag-uusisà, pagtatanong. Enrage, v. [enrédch] Enfurecer, irritar, encolerizar. Galitin, papag-initin. Enrich, v. [enrítch] Enriquecer. Payamanin. Enroll, v. [enról] Alistar, registrar.

Pagpapaliwanag, pagtuturò. Enlist, v. [enlíst] Alistar, sentar plaza. Patalâ; magsundalo. Enlistment, n. [enlístment] Alistamiento. Pagpapatalâ. 41 Diccionario Ingles-Español-Tagalog, Part II Enliven, v. [enláivn] Animar, avivar. Palakasin ang loob, buhayin ang loob. Enmesh, v. [enmésh] Enredar, enmarañar. Siluin. Enmity, n. [énmiti] Enemistad. Poot, pagtatanim ng̃ loob. Ennoble, n. [enóbl] Ennoblecer. Parang̃alín, parang̃alán. Enormity, n. [inórmiti] Enormidad. Lakíng dî kawasà. Enormous, adj.

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