Definition for the Tagalog word tawagin:
[verb] to call on someone; to call out to someone (who is nearby); to hail someone; to be called something
Verb conjugations of tawagin:
Focus: Locative Root: tawagConjugation Type: -In Verb
"tawagin" typically means "to call out (to somebody)" by voice. If you want to use a verb to "call somebody on the phone," use "tawagan" instead.
Tawagin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (11)
Tawagin mo lang akó kung kailangan mo akó
Just call me if you need me.
Tawagin mo na ang papa mo at kakain na tayo
Call your dad now as we are already about to eat.
Whom are you calling out to?
Why are you calling out to him?
Why were you calling out to me?
Mulâ ngayón tatawagin na kitáng
From now on I'll call you "Honey Bun".
Itóng prutas na itó ang tinatawag na langkâ
This fruit is what is called jackfruit.
Tatawagin na lang kitá kapág handâ na ang hapunan
I'll just call you when supper is ready.
Tatawagin pa ba kitá tuwíng oras nang kumain
Do I still have to call out to you every mealtime?
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How to pronounce tawagin:
Related Filipino Words:tawagtumawagtawaganpantawagitawagipatawagmanawaganmagtawágpánawaganmatawag
Related English Words:callcalledcallinghailhailedhailingsummonsummonedsummoning
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