Words nearby Tagalog
How to use Tagalog in a sentence
There are 43 contact tracers working for San Diego County or county contractors who speak Tagalog, according to county spokeswoman Sarah Sweeney.
After Spanish, Tagalog is the second-most spoken non-English language in the county.
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