Back
Close
 

noon

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

Definition for the Tagalog word noon:


noón  Play audioSave to Flash Cards
[adverb]  when (for past events); back when; back in (date/time period); at that time; last; prior; back then; during; previously; formerly; of that

Root: noon
Example Sentences Available Icon Noon Example Sentences in Tagalog: (31)
Pumuntá akó sa Pilipinas noóng Enero ng tatlóng linggó
I went to the Philippines in January for three weeks.
Ipinamigáy siyá noóng apat na taón siyá, hindî ba
She was given away when she was four, right?
Nakita ko si John noóng isáng araw
I saw Paul the other day.
Magkano ang kinita mo noóng isáng buwán
How much did you earn last month?
Scrabble ang madalás naming pinaglálaruán nung araw
Scrabble was what we used to play back in the day.
Nadiskubré ni Captain James Cook ang kapuluán ng Hawaii noóng 1778. 
Captain James Cook discovered the islands of Hawaii in 1778.
Násaán ka noóng kamakalawá
Where were you the day before yesterday?
Dumatíng si tatay noóng kamakalawá
Dad arrived the day before yesterday.
Kakákasál lang nilá noóng 2015. 
They just got married in 2015.
Nanoód silá ng boxing nung Linggó
They watched a boxing match last Sunday.
Hindî namin itinulóy ang party nung Sábado
We did not push through with the party last Saturday.
Humintô si Allan sa / ng pag-aaral noóng 2017. 
Allan quit school in 2017.
Alternate spelling(s):
nun, nuon, non, nung, no'n, n'on, non
Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.


Join us! We are a free online community for Filipino / Tagalog language learners

How to pronounce noon:

NOON AUDIO CLIP:
Play audio
Markup Code:
[rec:2189]
Related Filipino Words:
noó'y
Related English Words:
whenat the timeback induringat that timethenback thenback whenpreviouslyformerlylastpriornoongback when
Feedback / Suggestions:
Did you find an error or do you know of an improvement for this entry? Please let us know, your feedback is very helpful!
Submit Suggestion »

Search DictionaryDCTNRY Search Example FinderEXAMPLES