Definition for the Tagalog word diyan:
there (by person spoken to); there by you; that
Diyan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (32)
Huwág ka diyán maupô at marumí iyán
Don't sit there as that is dirty.
Anó namán ang dala-dalá mo dyán
What are you carrying around there?
Diyán sa kabiláng kanto nakatirá ang matalik kong kaibigan
There on the other street corner lives my best friend.
Stay there. / You stay there.
Gaano kainit ang tubig diyán
How hot is the water there?
Stay away from there. / Get out of there.
Mauumay ka rin diyán
, sinasabi ko sa iyó
You'll get sick of that eventually, I'm telling you.
Anó ba ang ináatupag mo diyán
What are you occupying yourself with over there? (Usually an expression of impatience)
Alternate spelling(s): dyan
, d'yanAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce diyan:
Related Filipino Words:nandiyánpumariyán
Related English Words:therethere by youthat
This word plus a grammatical ligature would be:
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