Definition for the Tagalog word umuwi:
[verb] to return home; to go home
Verb conjugations of umuwi:
Focus: Actor Root: uwiConjugation Type: -Um-
Umuwi Example Sentences in Tagalog: (31)
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I'm going home now. / I will be going home now.
OK, go home now./Please, come home now.
Nagpasiyá siyáng uuwî silá
He decided that they will go home.
Sásabihan kitá kung gustó ko nang umuwî
I will let you know if I would already like to go home.
Uuwî akó kung kailán ko gustó
I'll go home whenever it pleases me.
Are we going/heading for home already?
What time are you going/coming home?
Would you like to go/come home now?
Anóng oras ka umuwî kagabí
What time did you go home last night?
Gustó mo bang samahan kitáng umuwî
Would you like me to accompany you home?
Nangangako ka bang uuwî nang maaga
Do you promise to come home early?
Umuwî na tayo bago kumalat ang dilím
Let's go home before it gets dark.
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How to pronounce umuwi:
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Related Filipino Words:uwîuwiánpauwîuwianmakauwîmauwîpag-uwîmag-uwîiuwîpauwiín
Related English Words:return homereturns homereturning homereturned homego homegoes homegoing homewent home
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