Baboy in tagalog

Baboy in tagalog DEFAULT

hayop na inaalagaan at nililitson

malaking baboy
a large hog

biik
piglet


Baboy ka!
You’re a pig! (You’re filthy!)

parang baboy
piggish, hoggish, gluttonous

Para kang baboy.
You’re like a pig.

mukhang baboy
looks like a pig

Mukhang kang baboy.
You look like a pig.

salaula, marumi, kutsino


trangkaso ng baboy
swine flu

babuyan
piggery

kababuyan
dirtiness, filthiness

magbababoy
pig seller

baboy-damo / baboy-ramo
wild boar / mountain pig

binaboy
to make a dirty mess of

Binaboy niya ang kuwarto.
He turned the room into a pigsty.

nababoy
was made a mess of


MGA KAHULUGAN SA TAGALOG

báboy: hayop (family Suidae) na kumakain ng kahit ano, may maikling nguso, at karaniwang inaalagaan para kainin

báboy: tao na salaulà

Ang 2019 ay Taon ng Baboy.

Sours: https://www.tagaloglang.com/baboy/

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baboy ‎ in

baboy (Bolinao)

Noun

baboy
  1. pig

baboy (Cebuano)

Pronunciation

Origin & history

From Proto-Philippine *babuy‎, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *babuy‎, from Proto-Austronesian *babuy‎.

Noun

baboy
  1. pig (mammal of genus Sus)

Related words & phrases


baboy (Hiligaynon)

Origin & history

From Proto-Philippine *babuy‎, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *babuy‎, from Proto-Austronesian *babuy‎.

Noun

báboy
  1. pig (mammal of genus Sus), swine

baboy (Kapampangan)

Origin & history

From Proto-Philippine *babuy‎, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *babuy‎, from Proto-Austronesian *babuy‎.

Noun

baboy
  1. pig (mammal of genus Sus)

baboy (Tagalog)

Origin & history

From Classical Tagalog ᜊᜊᜓᜌ᜔(babuy), from Proto-Philippine *babuy‎, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *babuy‎, from Proto-Austronesian *babuy‎. Compare Malayand Indonesianbabi.

Noun

baboy
  1. pig (mammal of genus Sus)

Entries with "baboy"

pig: …(fem.) Burmese: ဝက်‎ Catalan: porc‎ (masc.) Cebuano: baboy‎ Central Melanau: babui‎ Chamicuro: kuuchi‎ Chamorro:…

: …of substrate origin, perhaps from Proto-Austronesian *babuy‎ ("wild pig") (see baboy). Alternatively, it may be related to *脢. Pronunciation Definitions meat; flesh…

adobo: …adobo (Tagalog) Noun A delicacy of marinated meat.    Adobong manok at baboy ang ulam ni Maria kagabi.    Maria had marinated chicken and pork last…

dugo ng baboy: dugo ng baboy (Tagalog) Origin & history From Tagalog dugo (blood) + ng (of) + baboy (pig) Noun pig's blood, used as a dip or a thickening agent in Filipino dishes.

I don't eat pork: …jag äter inte fläskkött‎ Tagalog: (literally) hindi ako kumakain ng karne ng baboy‎ Turkish: domuz eti yemiyorum‎ Yiddish: איך עס קיין…


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