This verb does not have a standard subject-focused verb counterpart', i.e., there are no such words like "umalam" or "mag-alam". Maybe that's because knowing is always focused on the thing to be known.
Usage Note: "Alamin" is not used when its focus is on a named or known person. "Kilalanin" is used instead because this word suggests knowing more about the person than just his/her name.
Alamin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (12)
Find out if he's arrived.
Who is she? Please find out who she is.
I already found out who they are.
Let's find out.
Don't stick your nose into it anymore.
Wait, I will inquire from him.
Alamínmokunganóangiyóngmagagawâpara sa kanyá.
Find out what you can do for him. / See what you can do for him.