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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Hindi महल (mahal), from Arabic مَحَلّ(maḥall, place).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

mahal (plural mahals)

  1. (India) A summer house.
  2. (India) Private lodgings.
  3. (India, historical) A territorial division of pre-independence India.
  4. (India) A division of a farm.
  5. (India) A division of a hunting preserve.

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IndonesianEdit

AdjectiveEdit

mahal

  1. expensive

MalayEdit

AdjectiveEdit

mahal

  1. expensive

TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

Compare Indonesian mahal (expensive).

PronunciationEdit

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  • IPA(key): /maˈhal/

AdjectiveEdit

mahal

  1. Dear.
    Mahal kong kapatid
    My dear kin
  2. Expensive.
    Mahal na pang-matrikula
    Expensive tuition fee

NounEdit

mahal

  1. Beloved.
    O aking mahal, sadyang pinagtagpo tayo ng Tadhana!
    Oh my beloved, we have been led to meet by Fate!

VerbEdit

mahal

  1. To love.
    Siya lang ang tanging minamahal ko, hindi ko ito maikaila.
    She is the only one I am loving, this I cannot deny.
  2. To raise in price.
    Nagmamahal taun-taon ang matrikula; saan ba napupunta ang pera?
    School tuition fees hike every year; where does the money go?

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AdjectiveEdit

mahál

  1. expensive