Root: sakay

sakay is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root sakay:
~ related to riding or getting on board (a vehicle)

Sakay Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "sakay"

sakyán : [verb] to catch a ride on something (bus, car, etc.); to mount something (a horse, motorcycle, etc.); to play along with someone/something   more... »
sumakáy : [verb] to ride (a car, train, carabao, etc.)   more... »
pasakáy : [adverb] by riding (animal or vehicle); [request] can I ride   more... »
makasakáy : [verb] to be able to ride on a vehicle   more... »
sakáy : [noun] passenger; [adjective] on board; aboard   more... »
isakáy : [verb] to load passengers; to board/mount on an animal/vehicle   more... »
masakyán : [verb] to be able to ride   more... »
makisakáy : [verb] to ride together   more... »
pagsakáy : [noun] boarding; loading; riding   more... »
sakayan : [noun] stop; bus stop; jeepney stop   more... »
kasakáy : [noun] fellow passenger   more... »
magsakáy : [verb] to take on passengers; to load on passengers; to take passengers on a ride   more... »

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