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

Definition for the Tagalog word niya:

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[pronoun]  he / she / it; his / hers / its; his / her / its; by him / by her
*Note: gender neutral

Root: niya
Example Sentences Available Icon Niya Example Sentences in Tagalog: (81)
Anó ba ang ginagawâ niyá
What is he doing?
Hina niyá ang tinapay sa gitnâ
She cut the bread in the middle.
Binabasâ ng ba ang sapatos niyá
The child is getting his shoes wet.
Tumútunóg ang sapatos niyá kapág siyá ay naglálakád
Her shoes make a sound when she's walking.
Nalúlungkót ba si Spike na ipinamigáy niyá ang kaniyáng reló
Is Spike sad that he gave his watch away?
Pinapuntá niyá akó sa Baguio. 
He sent me to Baguio.
Ginaya ni Cathy ang paglu ng nanay niyá ng adobo
Cathy followed her mom's way of cooking adobo.
Ibinábalík ni Richard ang kotse niyá sa talyér
Richard is bringing his car back to the repair shop.
Natawá ang tatay niyá at tinapík siyá sa ulo
Her father laughed / was amused and patted her on the head.
Dinalhán ko ng regalo si Kate kasí kaarawán niyá
I brought a gift to Kate because it's her birthday.
Niyayakap ng ba ang bintî ng tatay niyá
The child is hugging the leg of her father.
Oo, puwedeng ipamigáy sa akin ni Lara ang mga sapatos niyá
Yes, Lara could give me her shoes.
Alternate spelling(s):
nya, n'ya, nia, n'ya
Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.

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Related English Words:
hishersitsby himby her
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