Root: isa

isa is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root isa:
~ related to one, single

Isa Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "isa"

pagkakaisá : [noun] unity; alliance; harmony   more... »
isá't-isá : [phrase] each other; one another   more... »
isá-isahín : [verb] to do one by one; to enumerate   more... »
mag-isá : [adverb] alone; single-handed; single-handedly; on one's own   more... »
makiisá : [verb] to unite with; to become one with; to join in   more... »
pakikiisá : [noun] solidarity; consolidation   more... »
nag-íisá : [adjective] alone; only; solitary; single; unique   more... »
isa pá : [noun] another; one more   more... »
isa't-isá : [phrase] each other   more... »
isá : [number] one; [article] the indefinite article "a/an"   more... »
magkáisá : [verb] to unite; to be united; to have unity; to come together; to join together   more... »
isa-isá : [adverb] one by one; one at a time   more... »
mag-isá : [verb] to be alone; to do something alone; to be the only one   more... »
maisahán : [verb] to outmatch someone   more... »
pag-iisá : [noun] loneliness; privacy; union   more... »
kaisahán : [noun] oneness   more... »
kaisá : [adjective] one with; consistent with; in accordance with   more... »
isahan : [adjective] singular; one at a time; [adverb] one by one   more... »
pagkáisahán : [verb] to gang up on; to be ganged up on; to have consensus   more... »
káisa-isá : [adjective] lone; only; sole   more... »
bawa't isá : [adjective] each; everyone; each one's   more... »
íisá : [adjective] only one; single; one and the same   more... »
tig-isa : [adjective] one each   more... »
ikalabing-isá : [adjective] eleventh   more... »
mapag-isá : [adjective] alone   more... »
labing-isá : [number] eleven (11)   more... »
isahín : [verb] to do two things at once   more... »
ikalimampú't isá : [adjective] fifty-first   more... »

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