Root: kain

kain is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root kain:
~ related to food, eating

Kain Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "kain"

kumain : [verb] to eat   more... »
kainin : [verb] to eat something; * focus on the thing being eaten   more... »
kain : [noun] eating; eating food; consuming   more... »
hapág-kainán : [noun] table for eating together; dinner table   more... »
pagkain : [noun] food; the act of eating   more... »
Anóng nakain mo? : [idiom] What's gotten into you?   more... »
makain : [verb] to be able to eat something (OF); to happen to eat something (OF)   more... »
magkaín : [verb] to devour; to eat often   more... »
pakainin : [verb] to feed someone; to allow others to eat; * focus on the one eating   more... »
kainan : [noun] eating together   more... »
nakakain : [adjective] edible   more... »
kainan : [verb] to eat from something (a plate / a banquet / a dessert / etc. ); to eat somewhere   more... »
makakain : [verb] to be able to eat   more... »
mákakain : [noun] something to eat   more... »
makikain : [verb] to join others in eating; to eat with others; to eat together   more... »
magpakain : [verb] to feed someone; to allow others to eat   more... »
kainán : [noun] eatery; place to eat; small restaurant; dining room   more... »
pagpapakain : [noun] feeding   more... »
ipakain : [verb] to have something fed; * focus on the thing being given for food   more... »
magpakain sa : [verb] to allow oneself to be fed to something or someone   more... »
kakakain : just (recently) ate   more... »
pakain : [noun] rations   more... »
makakainán : [noun] a place to eat   more... »
mapakain : [verb] to be able to get someone to eat; to be able to feed someone   more... »

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