Translations into Tagalog:
(obsolete) Introducing a direct interrogative question (often with correlative or) which indicates doubt between alternatives.
introducing indirect questions)
introducing adverbial clause
the exactness or the inaccuracy of the hypothesis that [Particle marking the object clause of a cognitive verb as doubtful.]
(obsolete) Which of two. [11th-19th c.]
Used to introduce a disjunctive adverbial clause which qualifies the main clause of the sentence (with correlative or).
Used to introduce an indirect interrogative question that consists of multiple alternative possibilities (usually with correlative or).
if, whether or not
Without a correlative, used to introduce a simple indirect question; if, whether or not.