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  1. A Better Tagalog English Dictionary Online. Thousands Of Built-In Tagalog Example Sentences: This dictionary includes over 20,000+ hand-crafted Tagalog example sentences by native speakers embedded directly into the dictionary to show proper grammar and usage. Example sentences include: a Tagalog to English translation, syllable stress marks ...

  2. Thousands Of Built-In Tagalog Example Sentences: This dictionary includes over 20,000+ hand-crafted Tagalog example sentences by native speakers embedded directly into the dictionary to show proper grammar and usage. Example sentences include: a Tagalog to English translation, syllable stress marks, and a breakdown of the word-for-word literal ...

  3. Saluyot is a leafy vegetable from the plant whose scientific genus name is Corchorus. It is part of the jute family of plants and has been called Nalta jute in English. A popular vegetable particularly in the Ilocos region in the northern part of the island of Luzon, saluyot was even named by the former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos, an Ilocano native, as one of his favorite vegetables.

  4. Tagalog English Dictionary. Welcome to Tagalog-Dictionary.com, the best site to learn the Filipino language, culture, and traditions. Our large database of English to Tagalog and Tagalog to English translation is 100% free. The website is designed to help expats, abroad-raised Filipinos, and other foreign learners who are studying to write and ...

  5. About the SEAlang Library Tagalog Resources With nearly 30 million speakers, Tagalog is by far the most widely used language in the Philippines. SEAlang's Tagalog dictionary is based on the Tagalog Dictionary by Teresita V. Ramos (1971). This text is relatively concise (fewer than five thousand entries), but is well-suited as a learner's ...

  6. The most frequently used words are treated in detail, helping the reader not only to understand but also to translate idiomatically. This particular feature in the dictionary gives it a distinct value and thereby supplies an important aid in acquiring the correct meaning of Filipino/Tagalog terms.

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  8. Texts & Literature. • Gutenberg.org: online books. • Tagalog texts with grammatical analysis, with translation into English, by Leonard Bloomfield (1917) • La pétition tagale: Caming manga alipin (1665), by Jean-Paul Potet, in Cahiers de linguistique Asie orientale (1987) → bilingual Bible: Tagalog & other languages.