Definition for the Tagalog word niya:
[pronoun] he / she / it; his / hers / its; his / her / its; by him / by her*Note: gender neutral
Niya Example Sentences in Tagalog: (128)
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Anó ba ang ginagawâ niyá
What is he doing?
Brenda ang kaalamán niyá para ganapín ang mga layunin niyá
Brenda uses her knowledge to carry out her objectives.
Natupád na niyá ang layunin niyá
He achieved his objective.
Itanóng mo kay
John at bakâ alám niyá
Ask John as he might know it.
Gustó niyáng maratíng ang tuktók ng
He wants to be able to reach the top of Mt. Fuji.
Nagyáyabáng ang lalaki tungkól sa regalong hindî namán niyá ibinigáy
A man is boasting about a gift he has never given.
Vincent nang makita niyá akó
Vincent was surprised when he saw me.
Samantha sa sasalihang patímpalák
He predicted that Samantha would win the contest.
Tinangkâ niyáng magnakaw ng sapatos
She attempted to steal a pair of shoes.
Masyado niyáng dinamdám ang nangyari
He took what happened too hard.
Huwág mong damdamín ang sinabi niyá
Don't resent what she said.
Dina sa daán at nakita niyá si
Dina drove up the road and spotted Jim.
Sinakál niyá akó kayâ lumaban akó
He choked me so I fought back.
Naíintindihán mo ba ang sinasabi niyá
Do you understand what he is saying?
Alternate spelling(s): nya
, n'yaAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:nya
Related English Words:hishersitsby himby her
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