Root: bahala

bahala is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root bahala:
~ related to being concerned, apprehensive, overseeing

Bahala Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "bahala"

bahala ka : [phrase] it's up to you; do what you want   more... »
Bahala na : [idiom] Whatever; We will see; Come what may; We'll see   more... »
Bahala na si Batman. : [phrase] Come what may.   more... »
nakabábaha : [adjective] alarming   more... »
pámahalaán : [noun] government; management   more... »
baha : [noun] the person responsible for something; in charge of; person-in-charge; taking care of something   more... »
mamaha : [verb] to be in charge of; to govern; to manage; to command; to control; to handle; to supervise; to tend to; to operate   more... »
pagkabaha : [noun] anxiety; concern; distress   more... »
Bahala na ang Diyós : [phrase] Let's leave it to God.   more... »
tagapamaha : [noun] superintendent; overseer; manager   more... »
mabaha : [verb] to be concerned; to be apprehensive   more... »
bahala na! : [interjection] We'll see!   more... »
ipagwaláng-baha : [verb] to be indifferent toward something; to neglect something   more... »
ikáw ang baha : [expression] it's up to you   more... »

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