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Root: dikit


dikit is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root dikit:
ROOT DEFINITION:
~ related to sealed, sticking, glued

Dikit Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "dikit"

nakadikít : [adjective] pasted; attached   more... »
pandikít : [noun] glue; adhesive   more... »
madikít : [adjective] sticky   more... »
dumikít : [verb] to adhere; to stick to; to cling to   more... »
mádikít : [verb] to touch accidentally   more... »
pagdikít : [noun] sticking; adhering   more... »
dikít : [noun] glue; close by; stickiness   more... »
idikít : [verb] to stick something to something else; to press against; to attach; to seal; to mount   more... »
dikitán : [verb] to stick something on; to fasten something on; to attach something on   more... »
magdikít : [verb] to stick something to; to paste something on; to affix something; to attach   more... »

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