A dialect of the Philippines,

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  • Ma-

    Prefix denoting an adjective. Also, less common, used to denote future tense.

    Mataas

    Tall

    Manubo

    Short (things)

    Potot

    Short (person)

    Malip-ot

    Short (in length)

    Malaba

    Long (in length)

    Madugay

    Long (in duration)

    Madako

    Large

    Matambok

    Fat

    Niwang

    Skinny

    Manipis

    Thin

    Mabaskog

    Strong

    Mahuyang?

    Weak

    Mabakod

    Sturdy

    Padayonon?

    Enduring (noun) / Durable

    Matig-a

    Hard

    Mahumok or Mahamok?

    Soft

    Matapan

    Flat (smooth?)

    Korog

    Tremble

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