Definition for the Tagalog word iyan:
that (near person spoken to)
án" is used to mean "that" when the object being referenced is located close to the person you're speaking to. There is no equivalent in English. For example: If a man is speaking to a woman holding a book, the man might say "An ó iy án?" in reference to the book, because it is located near the person he's speaking to (the woman). He should not "iy ón," which also means "that."
Iyan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (62)
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L aging iy án ang sinas abi mo
That's what you always say.
Don't claim that as yours.
Mas úsug atan ka kap ág nagpum ilit kang gaw ín iy án
You'll get injured if you insist on doing that.
Um iral na ang kautus áng iy án magmul â pa no óng
That order had been in operation since the 1970s.
I'll fix / take care of that later.
Pagbibid ahan ba ni
ang pel íkul áng iy án
Will Meryl star in that film?
Huw ág ka diy án maup ô at marum í iy án
Don't sit there as that is dirty.
Sum agì na ba sa is ipan ni
ang mga tan óng na iy án
Have those questions ever crossed Anya's mind?
It ó m una ang atup agin mo b ago iy án
Take care of this first before that one.
Huw ág iy án ang isag ót mo sa akin
Don't give me that answer.
Nagda án din si
sa yugt óng iy án ng b uhay
Carla also went through that phase in life.
'yang Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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