Definition for the Tagalog word kami:
we; us; (exclusive, i.e., including people speaking, but not including people spoken to)
Kami Example Sentences in Tagalog: (73)
Nagkakasundô kamí pagdatíng sa pagkain
We're of the same mind when it comes to food.
Natutulog pa kamí nang maganáp
/naganáp ang aksidente
We were still asleep when the accident happened.
Nandito kamí para manghingî ng donasyón
We are here to ask for a donation.
Dadalaw kamí sa inyó sa Biyernes
We will visit you (at your house) on Friday.
Dumalaw kamí kay
Victor na nasa ospitál
We visited Victor who's confined at the hospital.
ng mahirap na tao
We had the poor people eat. / We fed the poor people.
Magkikita kamí ni
Jill sa Huwebes
Jill and I will see each other on Thursday.
Dalawin mo namán kamí minsan
Please visit us sometime.
Dalhán mo kamí ng makakain
Bring us something to eat.
Namímilí kamí sa
supermarket tuwíng Sábado
We go shopping at the supermarket every Saturday.
Alternate spelling(s): kmi
, kameAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related English Words:weus
This word plus a grammatical ligature would be:
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