Definition for the Tagalog word ikaw:
ik áw [pronoun] you (second person singular); typically used when at the beginning of a sentence; a variant of the word "ka" Root: ka
"Ikaw" is an actor focused version of "you" that is unique in that it is typically only used at the beginning of a sentence. Otherwise, you would use the more common "ka" actor focused version of "you". Both "ikaw" and "ka" have the same meaning.
Ikaw Example Sentences in Tagalog: (18)
Puw ede bang ik áw m una ang magb ayad p ara sa akin
Could you pay for me first?
Sigur adong ik áw ang sisis ihin ni
For sure Ellen will put the blame on you.
Mawal â na ang lah át
huw ág lang ik áw
I could give up everything, except you.
Ik áw ba ang pumal ít kay
Are you the one who took over Jill's post?
Ik áw m ismo ang sum irà ng pang alan mo
You yourself ruined your reputation.
Hind î ik áw ang minum ura ko
It was not you I was swearing at.
Anything for you! / I'll do anything for you!
ik áw ang bah alà
Oh, all right, you're the one in charge.
Kung ik áw ang n asa kalag ayan ko
hihinal ain mo rin ba siy áng manlol oko
If you were in my position, would you also suspect that he was a scammer?
Ipinalab ás nil áng ik áw ang may kasal anan
They made it appear that it was your fault.
kaw Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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