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Root: hatid


hatid is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root hatid:
ROOT DEFINITION:
~ related to bringing something somewhere; escorting someone; dropping off someone

Hatid Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "hatid"

ihatíd : [verb] to drop off someone/something; to bring something; to take something to   more... »
hatíd : [noun] bringing; escorting; accompanying   more... »
pahatíd : [noun] message; dispatch; communication   more... »
maghatíd : [verb] to drop off; to bring; to send; to escort; to convey   more... »
hatiran : [noun] time or place of delivery   more... »
paghahatíd : [noun] accompanying; transmission; delivery   more... »
magpahatíd : [verb] to ask or let someone escort someone/something else   more... »
tagapaghatíd : [noun] messenger; distributor; usher   more... »
maihatíd : [verb] to be able to drop off someone/something; to be able to bring something; to be able to take something to   more... »

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