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ipanganak

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

Definition for the Tagalog word ipanganak:


ipanganák  Play audioSave to Flash Cards
[verb]  to be born; to give birth to
*Note: focus on the person being born


Verb conjugations of ipanganak:

Focus:  Benefactive Focus Icon Benefactor   Root: anakConjugation Type: Ipa-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
ipanganák  Play audio
Past:
ipinanganák  Play audio
Present:
ipinápanganák  Play audio
Future:
ipápanganák  Play audio
Verb family:  manganák ,  
ipanganák
Usage Note Icon Usage Notes:
The focus for this verb is on the person being born, whether the verb is used as "to give birth" or "to be born".

Example Sentences Available Icon Ipanganak Example Sentences in Tagalog: (8)
Ipinanganák akó sa Mayni
I was born in Manila.
Kailán ka ipinanganák
When were you born?
Ipinanganák akó noóng Enero 5, 1990. 
I was born on January 5th, 1990.
Hindî pa si Jane ipinápanganák nang sumikat si Elvis. 
Jane wasn't born yet when Elvis became popular.
Nagkátaón na ipinanganák si Daisy sa araw ng Bagong Taón
Daisy happened to be born on New Year's day.
Ipinanganák ka sa ospitál
You were born in a hospital.
Ipinanganák ko ang anák ko sa abroad
I gave birth to my daughter abroad / overseas.
Ipinanganák ko siyá noóng Oktubre
I gave birth to him last October.
Alternate spelling(s):
pinanganak, panganak, pinapanganak, papanganak
Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.


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How to pronounce ipanganak:

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Related Filipino Words:
anákanák-dalitâináanákkamag-anakanák sa labásanák-anakananák na babaepanganganákkapanganakanmag-anak
Related English Words:
bornbirthedbirthbirthsbirthing
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