noun, plural Ta·ga·logs, (especially collectively) Ta·ga·log for 1.
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Words nearby Tagalog
Example sentences from the Web for Tagalog
After Spanish, Tagalog is the second-most spoken non-English language in the county.
There are 43 contact tracers working for San Diego County or county contractors who speak Tagalog, according to county spokeswoman Sarah Sweeney.
Too many of the literary works I come across these days are in Tagalog.
The word itself means “highlanders,” golot being a Tagalog word for “mountain,” and I a prefix meaning “people of.”
The Visayas, for example, would refuse sooner or later to acknowledge the Tagalog supremacy of Luzon.
The first four of these are known as Tagalog provinces; the fifth is inhabited by Ilocanos and Pampangans.Where Half The World Is Waking Up|Clarence Poe
I have also seen it used many times in Manila by Tagalog who were caught out in a storm without an umbrella.The Bontoc Igorot|Albert Ernest Jenks
Thence the application of the word expanded and it now corresponds to the Tagalog lam and the Cebu-Bisya s-dan.The Manbos of Mindano|John M. Garvan