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masaya

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

Definition for the Tagalog word masaya:


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[adjective]  happy; cheerful
[adverb]  happily; gladly; cheerfully

Root: saya
Example Sentences Available Icon Masaya Example Sentences in Tagalog: (10)
Masayá akóng makilala ka
I am happy / glad to know you. (informal)
Masayá siyá ngayón
He is happy today.
Masayá si Ben ngayón
Ben is happy today.
Hindî siyá masayá ngayón
He is not happy today.
Masayáng kumain si Jane ng pancake. 
Jane happily ate pancakes.
Masayáng paglalakbáy sa iyó
Happy travels to you!
Masayá akó kapág nakikita kitá
I am happy whenever I see you.
Áanhín mo ang yaman kung hindî ka namán masayá
What's the use of being rich if you're unhappy anyway?
Masayá ka ba diyán sa pinasukan mong trabaho
Are you happy in that job you got into?
Mukhâ siyáng masayá ngayón
He seems happy now.

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Related Filipino Words:
sayásayamagsayámasayahinsumayámagsayanápakasayákasayahanikasayámagpasayá
Related English Words:
cheerfulhappycheerfulgladgenialgay
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