Root: amoy

amoy is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root amoy:
~ related to smell or odor

Amoy Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "amoy"

maamóy : [verb] to smell something (OF); to sniff (AF); to sniff something (OF)   more... »
amuyín : [verb] to smell something   more... »
amóy : [noun] smell; odor; scent; aroma; body odor; strong smell   more... »
nangangamóy : [adjective] smelly; stinky   more... »
umamóy : [verb] to smell   more... »
maamóy : [adjective] odorous; smelly   more... »
mangamoy : [verb] to become stinky; to become smelly   more... »
ipaamóy : [verb] to have someone smell something   more... »
makaamóy : [verb] to be able to smell   more... »
pangamóy : [noun] sense of smell; nose   more... »

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