Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word bigyan.

Definition for the Tagalog word bigyan:

bigyán  Play audioSave to Flash Cards
[verb]  to give something to someone
*Note: focus on the receiver of the given item

Verb conjugations of bigyan:

Focus:  Benefactive Focus Icon Benefactor   Root: bigayConjugation Type: -An
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
bigyán  Play audio
binigyán  Play audio
biníbigyán  Play audio
bíbigyán  Play audio
Verb family:  magbigayan ,  magbigáy ,  ibigáy ,  
,  mamigáy ,  mabigyán ,  makapagbigáy ,  maibigáy
Example Sentences Available Icon Bigyan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (16)
Bigyán mo akó ng halimba
Give me an example.
Bigyán mo akó niyán
Give me one/some of that.
Binigyán mo akó ng pera
You gave me some money.
Binigyán kitá ng pera
I gave you some money.
Binigyán niyá ang mga ba ng laruán
She gave the children toys.
Binigyán niyá ng pera ang kanyáng asawa
He gave money to his wife / spouse.
Binigyán ni John ng brewed coffee si boss. 
John gave brewed coffee to the boss.
Bigyán mo akó ng pagkakátaóng magpaliwanag
Give me a chance to explain.
Binigyán na kitá. Ta na
I already gave you some. That's it/enough.
Bíbigyán mo ba akó o hindî
Are you going to give it to me or not?
Bíbigyán mo ba si Jane ng regalo sa birthday niyá
Will you be giving Jane a gift on her birthday?
Bakit ayaw mo akóng bigyán
Why don't you want to give me one/some?

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