5. act of telling, account: pagsasalaysay, pagkukuwento
1. to hare, possess: mayroon, magkaroon, mag-ari, magmay-ari
2. to admit: umamin, aminin
3. to admit that one owns or is the father of: kilalaning anak
magtakwil, itakwil (mag:i-) to disown, to deny, to repudiate. Baka itakwil ka ng iyong ama. You might be disowned by your father.
a borrowing from Spanish which means "father", used as an appellation for a priest
magsumbong, isumbong (mag-:i-) to accuse, to tell, to complain about. Nagsumbong ang bata sa kanyang ina. The child turned tattle tale to his mother. Isumbong mo sa kanyang ama ang mga kalukohan niya. Tell his father what nonsense he has done.
humiwalay (-um-) to separate from. Humiwalay ka sa kanya. Leave him (go your own way). maghiwalay, ihiwalay (mag-:i-)
to sort out, to set apart. Maghiwalay ka ng pagkain para sa tatay. Set aside some food for your father.
magmana, manahin (mag-:-in) to inherit, to receive as inheritance, to take after. Nagmana si Crisanta sa kanyang ama. Crisanta inherited her feature from her father.
1. reference to a boy [syn. totoy, itoy, toto]
2. elderly man (in some areas) [syn. Mamang, Mang (both used with first name)]
3. a term for father in some areas [syn. Ama, Tatay]
father [syn. tatay, itay]
tumawag, tawagin (-um:-in) to call. Tumawag ang tatay mo kanina. Your father called a few minutes ago. Tawagin mo si Ernesto. Call Ernesto.
magtawag (mag-) to call. Magtawag ka ng makakasama sa atin. Call (the people) that can go with us.
father (term of address and reference) [syn. tatay, Papa, Itang]
father (term of address and reference)
arrival, coming dumating, datnan (-um-:-an)
to arrive; to find someone or something upon arrival. Dinatnan niyang patay na ang tatay niya. On his arrival, he found his father dead.
mother-in-law or father-in-law (term of reference for parentsin-law) [var. biyanan]