What does Pakana mean?

What does Pakana mean?

/pakānā/ bake transitive or intransitive verb. When you bake food, you prepare and mix together ingredients, especially to make cakes, biscuits, or bread.

What is the Tagalog of Hatch?

The English word “hatch” can be translated as the following words in Tagalog: Best translations for the English word hatch in Tagalog: pisâ [noun] crushed; hatching; hatching on an egg more…

What is Mapaniil?

cruel, harsh, sorely, harshly, ruthless.

What is Tumutuligsa?

bad, resent, decry, disapprove.

What is Pasimuno in English?

pasimunò [noun] perpetrator; instigator.

What’s another word for perpetrator?

perpetrator; offender; delinquent; criminal; malefactor; evil-doer; acter; doer; committer; culprit.

What is the Tagalog of larva?

Meaning of Larva in Tagalog is : uod.

What is tadpole in Tagalog?

Translation for word Tadpole in Tagalog is : butete.

What is Pumupuna?

[verb] to notice; to criticize.

What is Pumupuri?

[verb] to praise; to applaud; to commend.

What is Pasimuno in Tagalog?

Definition for the Tagalog word pasimuno: pasimunò [noun] perpetrator; instigator.

Who are the perpetrators?

A person who engages in child abuse or neglect (sometimes referred to as a “perpetrator”) is a person who has been determined to have caused or knowingly allowed the maltreatment of a child.

What’s the opposite of perpetrator?

What is the opposite of perpetrator?

plaintiff accuser
claimant prosecutor

What is Higad in English?

[noun] caterpillar; fang.

What is Butete in English?

butetè (figuratively) big-bellied; with a big stomach (of a person)

What is Salamander in Tagalog?

Meaning of Salamander in Tagalog is : taong gustong init.

What is Nagpapabatid?

The standard way to write “Communicates” in Tagalog is: nagpapabatid.

What is Galunggong in English?

In English, the galunggong has been known as the blue mackerel scad, round scad or shortfin scad, but these names have been applied to other fish of the Decapterus family as well.

What is the Tagalog of shampoo?

gugò –
The English word “shampoo” can be translated as the following words in Tagalog: 1.) gugò – [noun] shampoo more… 3.)