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: (30)
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?
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How to pronounce umuwi:
UMUWI AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:uwîuwiánpauwîuwianmakauwîmag-uwîiuwîpag-uwîmauwîpapauwî
Related English Words:return homereturns homereturning homereturned homego homegoes homegoing homewent home
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