2. to make flat, flatten: magpalapat, palapatin, mag-unat, unatin
3. to smooth away, to get rid of difficulties, troubles, etc., to make easy: mag-ayos, ayusin, lumunas, lunasan, pumayapa, payapain
4. to smooth down, to calm or soothe: magpahinahon, huminahon, magpakalma, kumalma, magpakalma, pakalmahin, kumalma, magpalamig, lumamig, palamigin
5. to smooth over, to make something seem less wrong or unpleasant: magpatakip, pagtakpan
magalang (ma-) polite, courteous, refined in manner, respectful gumalang. Magalang si Maria sa kanyang mga magulang. Maria is respectful to her parents.
gumalang (-um-) to respect, to treat with reverence. Matuto kang gumalang sa matatanda. You should learn how to respect older people.
yes (polite form); just like po' and ho', the more colloquial or a little less formal form of opo' (although certainly not a less respectful form) is oho'
you, your (plural), used in the singular sense, it indicates a formal or polite form
polished, refined, polite, neat
emphatic particle, expressing confirmation, truly, really, certainly, request particle meaning "please", so, therefore, really. Oo, nga. Yes, indeed. Ikaw nga ang maysabi. You, yourself said so. Ituro nga ninyo (polite request). Please show me the way...
magaling (ma-) good, well-already, fine, skillful, clever, polite. Magaling gumamit si Juan ng... Juan was clever at using the...
manggaling (mang-) to come from, to originate from. Siya ay nanggaling sa probinsiya. She came from the province.