A Handbook and Grammar of the Tagalog Language

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9781230858258: A Handbook and Grammar of the Tagalog Language
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...or considered. Tvmaya. Ang linaya, what verified (obs.). XII. Verbs which signify destruction, or change or transformation of the object as a result of the action, take in to express the result of such action, if no modifying circumstances, such as of cause, instrument, etc., are implied. To destroy. To tear down; to raze. To kill; extinguish. Sumira. Ang sinira, wThat was destroyed. Gumiba. Ang ginibd, what razed. Pumatay. Ang pinatay (1) person or animal killed; (2) What extinguished. Ang ipatay or pinagpatay, the weapon or means of killing. Ang pinagpatayan, the place where a murder was committed. Siyd pinalay niyd, he killed him. Ang ipinatay niyd sa kaniyd ang baril, the gun was what he killed him with. Pinatay niyd siyd nang baril, he killed him with a gun. Mamatay, to die. Ang kamatayan, death (abstr.). Ang Hnamatay&n, the place of death (past time). Ang ikinamatay, the cause of death (past time). Ex.: Patay na mjd (he is dead now). Namatayan ako nang amd (I have been bereaved of my father by death). Aling bdhay ang kinamataydn niyd? (In which house did he die?) And ang ikinamatay niyaf (What was the cause of his death?) JSahirinan siyd nang tinik (he was choked by a fish bone). Magpatay, to sentence to death; to have another put to death. Mamdtay, to kill habitually. Tigapagpatay, butcher or executioner. Manhimatay, to faint awray. Magpakamatay (1) to allow one's self to be killed; (2) to commit suicide. Sumtinog. Ang sinunog, what burned. Tumast&s. Ang tinastds, what ripped up, undone, etc. Pumalit. Ang pinalit, what exchanged or bartered. Humusay. Ang hintisay, what disentangled or set in order. Magpakahtisay, to arrange well, to settle things with care; also to behave well. Magitim. Ang initim, what blackened. Ang...

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