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obispoobíspoSpn bishopSa siyudad na ako nakumpirmahan san obispo.I was-confirmed by-the bishop in-the city.
obligarobligárSpv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmag-obligárv compel, force
obligasyonobligásyonn obligation, responsibilityObligasyon mo an pagpaidukar san imo mga anak.It is your obligation to-educate your childen.
obraóbraSpn work, job, employmentWara ako yana sin obra.I have no work today.syntrabaho workmag-óbrav [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. work, toil, laborMag-obra ka sa imo lagwirta.You work on your garden.paraóbran employee, hired worker, laborerPira an imo paraobra kagahapon?How-many employees did you have yesterday?Variantpinaobra
obserbarobserbárSpv [c14] MA-..-AN patmaobserbaránv be observed, be watched, be scrutinized, be studiedDidi la nga daan sa Masbate, naobserbaran ko an mga batan-on.Just here indeed in Masbate I observed the young-people.synmasid
obserbasyonobserbasyónn observation, surveillance, scrutiny
OktubreOktúbreSpn October. Refers to the tenth month of the year in the Gregorian calendarNamatay an akon iloy san petsa 27 san Oktubre.My mother died on-the date of 27th of October.VariantOktubri
Oktubrin VariantOktubreOctober
okuparokupárSpv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmag-okupárv occupy, inhabitDili ka mag-okupar sin duha na ingkudan.Do not occupy two seats.nagàokupárn occupant, inhabitantSinda an nagaokupar sana na balay.They-are the occupants of-that house.okupádoadj occupied, busyOkupado ako san akon trabaho.I am-occupied-with my work.
oliboolíboSpn olive tree, olive fruit; olive. Refers to both the tree & the fruit. Though olive trees do not grow in the Philippines the tree is known to Filipinos through familiarity with it from references in the Christian BibleDili nagabunga an kahoy na higera sin mga olibo.The fig tree does not bear-fruit of olives.
olorolórSpn perfume, cologne, fragrance, toilet waterMahalon ina na imo olor.That perfume of-yours is expensive.synpahumotperfumeoloránv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- acc. perfume, scentGin-oloran niya an akon buhok.He perfumed my hair.
omentooméntoSpadj increasedcfdagdag additionaldugang additionalsynnamas increase
onoronórEngn honoronorábliadj honorableAdi na an aton onorabli na mayor.Our-incl honorable mayor is here already.
onorablin honored
onsaónsaSpn ouncepl.onsas
onsaspl. ofonsaounce
onsiónsiSpadj elevenAlas onsi na.It is already eleven-o'clock.mag-ónsiv [c2] MAG- act. become elevenMagaonsi na siya sa Agusto.He will-become-eleven in August.magpangónsiv MAGPA-, MAGPANG- act. cheat, deceiveDili ka magpangonsi sin kaupod.Do not cheat your companion.magpaónsiv cheat, fool, defeatHabo ako magpaonsi sa rason.I do-not-like to-be-defeated in reasoning.ikaónsiadj eleventhNapatay siya sa ikaonsi na gab-i.She died on-the eleventh night.
ooôopart yesOo, makadi ako.Yes, I will-come-here.antdili forbidpag-ôon saying yesPinirit an iya pag-oo.Her saying-yes was-forced.mag-ôov [c7] MAG- act; -AN pat; I- acc. say yesWara ako sa iya mag-oo.I did-not say-yes to him.
operasyonoperasyónSpn operationIgwa siya sin operasyon sa dudo.She had an operation on-the breast.cfopirar
opiraropirárSpv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN ben; I- accmag-opirárv operateNagaopirar ako san hubag ni Juan sa bubot.I am-operating on Juan's boil on-the buttocks.paràopirárn surgeon, operating doctorWara didi an paraopirar na doktor.There is no operating doctor here.pag-opirárn operationWara madayon an pag-opirar san iya atay.The operation on his liver was-not carried-out.synoperasyonoperation
opisinaopisínaSpn officeHain an imo opisina?Where is your office?kaopisínan officemate, coworkerAdi an akon kaopisina.Here is my officemate.nagaopisínan office workerSiya lang an nagaopisina dida.She is the only office-worker there.mag-opisínav [c7] MAG- act; -AN pat; I- acc. do office work, go to the officeWara kami mag-opisina kahapon.We did not do-office-work yesterday.
opisyalopisyálSpn official, officerOpisyal siya sa army.He is an army officer.paopisyalónv [c4] MAGPA- act; PA-..-ON pat. cause someone to be an officialPaopisyalon ko an akon anak sa pwersa gobyirno.I will-have my child become-an-official in-the government force.
opoópòpart yes sir, yes maamOpo, makada ako.Yes sir, I am-coming.mag-ópòv [c3] MAG- act; -AN goal. say yes sir, say yes maamSan ginhunga ka, nano kay wara ka mag-opo.When you were-asked, why did you not say-yes-sir?
orasórasSpn time, hourSa oras na ngani na an trumpo maghinay ina namamatay.At-the time indeed when the top slows it is-dying.kaorasónmoment, instantSadto na kaorason si Salampati pakadto man sadto na suba.At-that moment Dove also was-going to-that river.
orasyonorasyónSpn prayer, chantOras na san orasyon.It is already time for prayer.orasyunánv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- acc. chant prayer, say a prayer, prayOrasyunan mo an may sakit.You pray for the sick.orasyúnann chanter, shamanGinbulong siya sa orasyunan.He was-cured by-a shaman.

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