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Root: mulat


mulat is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root mulat:
ROOT DEFINITION:
~ related to opening one's eyes or having opened eyes

Mulat Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "mulat"

mamulat : [verb] to have one's eyes opened; to be born in a certain environment; to be exposed to (an experience)   more... »
ipamulat : [verb] to open a person's eyes to something; to make someone aware of something   more... »
mulát : [adjective] with open eyes; educated; trained   more... »
imulat : [verb] to open something (usually one's eyes)   more... »
mulatin : [verb] to open one's eyes; to open   more... »
magmulat : [verb] to open one's eyes or consciousness   more... »
mapamulát : [verb] to open one's eyes; to have one's eyes open involuntarily   more... »
nakamulát : [adjective] with opened eyes; open-eyed   more... »

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