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Root: ayos


ayos is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root ayos:
ROOT DEFINITION:
~ related to 1.) being in order, orderly or settled 2.) being ok, good

Ayos Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "ayos"

maayos : [verb] to be fixed (AF); to get resolved (AF); to fix something (OF); to be able to fix something (OF); to be able to arrange something (OF);   more... »
ayós : [adjective] ok; okay; all right; nice; good; in order; in working order; arranged; [noun] arrangement; appearance   more... »
ayusin : [verb] to arrange something; to repair something; to put something in order; to fix something; to settle something   more... »
kaayusán : [noun] orderliness   more... »
mag-ayos : [verb] to arrange; to put in order; to preen; to dress oneself carefully; to patch up; to settle; to fix   more... »
maayos : [adverb] properly; done properly; orderly; [adjective] OK; okay; arranged; neat; just right; organized; orderly   more... »
pag-aayós : [noun] negotiations; settlement; organization   more... »
isaayos : [verb] to adjust; to arrange   more... »
ipaayós : [verb] to have something fixed; to have something put in order   more... »
iayos : [verb] to put something in order; to arrange something   more... »
umayos : [verb] to arrange; to preen; to dress oneself carefully; to patch up; to settle; to fix.   more... »
pagpapaayos : [noun] repairs; fixing   more... »
pagsasaayos : [noun] negotiations; settlement; arrangement   more... »
pinakamaayos : [adjective] neatest (most organized)   more... »
napakaayós : [adjective] very nice; very good   more... »
kakaayos : just fixed; just arranged; just put in order   more... »
magpaayos : [verb] to have fixed; to take in to be fixed   more... »

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