Definition for the Tagalog word mayroon:
mayro ón [pseudo-verb] have; has; possesses; there is; there are Root: may
"Mayroon" is a pseudo-verb used to show possession of something, and is never conjugated. Mayroon focuses on the possessor in the sentence, and the item/thing possessed is linked to the prior word with a linker. Ex: "Mayroon [possessor+ng/na] [item/thing]."
Mayroon Example Sentences in Tagalog: (7)
Makunt ento ka sa kung an ó ang mayro ón ka
Be contented / happy with what you have.
Mayro ón ba ang b atang l apis
Does the child have a pencil?
meyroon Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:
may magkaro ón m eron sa may
Related English Words:
have there is there are possess has had having
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