Root: abot

abot is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root abot:
~ related to reaching (something), attaining (something)

Abot Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "abot"

ábot-kaya : [adjective] affordable   more... »
abutin : [verb] to reach something; to overtake someone; to catch something before it's gone   more... »
abutín : [verb] to reach for something; to hand over something   more... »
maabót : [verb] to be able to reach for something; to be able to reach something   more... »
umabot : [verb] to reach; to get up to; to overtake; to attain; to gain on; to make it (in time)   more... »
abután : [verb] to hand something to; to pass something to; * focus on the person/thing receiving the item   more... »
maabutan : [verb] to happen to encounter something; to catch up with / to something or someone   more... »
iabót : [verb] to hand something over; to hand something to; to pass something; * focus on the thing being handed/passed; to reach for something   more... »
magpang-abot : [verb] to encounter; to be abreast of someone   more... »
makaabot : [verb] to be able to reach; to make it in time   more... »
abot : [noun] power; capacity; reach   more... »
umabót : [verb] to reach for; to reach out for; to be in time for   more... »
abót : [adjective] overtaken; abreast with; within reach; reachable; reaching for; handing over; [noun] arrival   more... »
mag-abót : [verb] to hand to; to hand over   more... »
ipaabot : [verb] to have something reach   more... »
makaabót : [verb] to be able to reach for   more... »
ábut-abot : [adjective] continuous; a chain of   more... »
abutan : [verb] to catch something; to be caught in something; to be caught by something;   more... »

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