Root: iba

iba is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root iba:
~ related to other, different

Iba Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "iba"

kakaibá : [adjective] unique; strange; weird; different; odd; bizarre; unusual; exotic   more... »
ibá't-ibá : [adjective] different; various; diverse   more... »
magkáibá : [verb] to have a difference; to differ; to be different; to be unique; to disagree; to be strange   more... »
magkaibá : [adjective] different; diverse; dissimilar; [adverb] differently   more... »
ibá : [noun] other; someone else; another; another one; distinct; some; some other   more... »
paibá-ibá : [adjective] changing; always changing; capricious; coming and going   more... »
iba-ibá : [adjective] different; several; assortment   more... »
maibá : [verb] to be different from; to be unusual; to change; to be able to change   more... »
pagkakáibá : [noun] difference; differences   more... »
máibá namán : [phrase] for a change   more... »
ibahín : [verb] to make something different; to change something; to alter something; to revise something; to vary something   more... »
ipagkaibá : [verb] to differentiate; to contrast   more... »
pagkakáibá-ibá : [noun] diversity   more... »
kaibahán : [noun] difference; diversity; variation; contrast   more... »
iba-ibahín : [verb] to diversify something; to vary something; to change something   more... »
mag-ibá : [verb] to change   more... »
at ibá pa : [phrase] et cetera; and others; and many more   more... »
ibá pa : other; others; remaining; another   more... »
pag-iibá : [noun] change; changing   more... »
mag-iba-ibá : [verb] to keep changing   more... »
taga-ibáng : [adjective] from another (usually followed by a descriptor, Ex: taga-ibang bansa = from another country)   more... »

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