Root: baga

baga is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root baga:
~ related to lungs, or coals or embers

Baga Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "baga"

baga : [noun] hot coal; ember; burning coal; cinder   more... »
ba : [noun] lung; lungs   more... »
bagâ : [noun] lump or tumor (usually, as found on a woman's breast)   more... »
magbaga : [verb] to burn brightly/hot   more... »
babagan : a jackfruit that does not grow and eventually dries up on the tree and falls off; aborted jackfruit; undeveloped jackfruit;   more... »
bágalin : a fat man; chubby; plump; portly; overweight; corpulent;   more... »
bága-baga : a saltwater fish (family holocentridae) that is shiny, has hard and robust scales, a spiny head, and lives in coral reefs; squirrelfish; soldierfish;   more... »
kung bagá : [expression] like; that is to say; in a sense; as if; it seems;   more... »
pabagahin : [verb] to make redhot/red-hot   more... »
pagbagahin : [verb] to make redhot   more... »
alalaóng bagá : so; that; that is; thus; hence; therefore; same as; something like that   more... »

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