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

Definition for the Tagalog word may:

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[pseudo-verb]  has; have; there is; there are

Root: may
Usage Note Icon Usage Notes:
"May" is a pseudo-verb to show possession, or to state the existence of something. "May" is never conjugated.

Example Sentences Available Icon May Example Sentences in Tagalog: (80)
May reservation akó
I have a reservation.
May libró sa mesa
There's a book on the table.
May tao sa labás ng pintô
There's someone outside the door.
May masamâ ba
Is there something wrong?
May mga anák silá
They have children.
May hiníhintáy lang akó
I'm just waiting for someone / something.
May púpuntahán lang akó
I just have to go somewhere.
May ginagawâ ka ba
Are you doing something? / Do you have something you're doing?
Sandalî lang. May tinatapos lang akó
Just a moment. I'm just finishing something.
Nakakainís! May exam na namán kamí bukas
How annoying! We have an exam again tomorrow.
May pera din silá
They have money too.
May nagnakaw ng bag ni Wendy. 
Someone stole Wendy's bag.
Alternate spelling(s):
mey, me, meh, my
Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.

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How to pronounce may:

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Related Filipino Words:
meronmayroónsa may
Related English Words:
hashadhavehavingthere isthere are
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