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patay

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

Definition for the Tagalog word patay:


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[adjective]  dead; deceased
[expressions]  crap / oh my gosh / dang (slang)

Root: patay
Example Sentences Available Icon Patay Example Sentences in Tagalog: (4)
Nabuhay ang patáy
The dead came to life.
Baka patáy na yung dagâ kasí hindî na siyá gumágaláw
Maybe the rat is already dead because it is not moving anymore.
Naníniwa ang marami na babangon ang mga patáy sa katapusán ng mundó
Many believe that the dead will rise at the end of the world.
Nagtakbuhan silá nang kumilos ang inaka niláng patáy
They all ran when the one they presumed as dead moved.
Alternate spelling(s):
paktay
Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.


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How to pronounce patay:

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Related Filipino Words:
patayínpumatáypatayanpagpatáymapatáymagkámatayanMamatáy ka na!magpatáypatayan ng hayoppatáy-patayan
Related English Words:
deaddeceasedcrapoh my goshoh my goddangdamn
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