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

Definition for the Tagalog word ninyo:

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[pronoun]  you; you all (plural you); your; you (polite)

Root: ninyo
Example Sentences Available Icon Ninyo Example Sentences in Tagalog: (32)
Anó pô ang gustó ninyóng órderín
What would you (all) like to order?
Sino ang naglilinis ng bahay ninyó
Who takes care of cleaning your house?
Salamat sa oras ninyó
Thank you for your time. (polite)
Ayokong masuká sa haráp ninyó
I don't want to throw up in front of you.
Dádaán akó sa bahay ninyó mamayâ
I will drop by your house later today.
Binabahâ ba ang lugár ninyó
Does your area get flooded?
Sino ang naglulu sa bahay ninyó
Who does the cooking at (your) home?
Malalaman ninyó ang resulta bukas
You will know the result(s) tomorrow.
Sasali kamí sa larô ninyó
We'll join in your game.
Saán ninyó siyá yayayain
Where to will you invite him to join you?
Bakit hindî ninyó niyaya si Bob? 
Why aren't you asking Bob to join you?
Anó ang gustó ninyóng laruín natin
What game would you like us to play?
Alternate spelling(s):
niyo, nyo, n'yo, nio, nyu
Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.

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How to pronounce ninyo:

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Related English Words:
youyouryou allyall
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