Root: kilala

kilala is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root kilala:
~ related to known, acquainted with

Kilala Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "kilala"

pagkákakilanlán : [noun] identity; individuality   more... »
makilala : [verb] to meet someone; to get to know someone; to become acquainted with someone; to come to know someone/something; to recognize someone   more... »
kilalanin : [verb] to recognize someone; to know a person/someone; to acknowledge someone; to identify someone   more... »
ipakilala : [verb] to introduce someone to someone else   more... »
kumilala : [verb] to recognize; to identify; to acknowledge; to diagnose   more... »
kilalá : [adjective] well-known; known; famous; knowing a person; familiar   more... »
pagpapakilala : [noun] making known; introduction; introducing   more... »
pagkilala : [noun] honor; acknowledgement; identification; recognition   more... »
kakilala : [noun] acquaintance; people one knows   more... »
makipagkilala : [verb] to meet; to know someone; to meet each other   more... »
kilala : [pseudo-verb] know a person   more... »
magkakilala : [noun] acquaintances   more... »
magpakilala : [verb] to make known; to reveal; to introduce oneself to someone   more... »
kilanlín : [verb] to recognize someone; to admit something   more... »
magkákilala : [verb] to know each other; to be acquainted with each other; to be introduced to each other; to meet each other   more... »
hindî nakilala : [adjective] unknown (person)   more... »
kilaláng-kilalá : [adjective] known; well known; widely known   more... »
magkilala : [verb] to meet; to know a person; to become acquainted with   more... »
makákilala : [verb] to recognize; to get to know; to get a chance to meet   more... »

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