Root: sikat

sikat is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root sikat:
~ related to rising (e.g., rising sun); or being famous

Sikat Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "sikat"

sikát : [adjective] famous; popular; distinguished   more... »
sikat : [noun] rising (sun, moon); splendor; full light   more... »
sumikat : [verb] to be popular or famous; to rise (sun); to shine (sun)   more... »
pasikat : [noun] showiness; show-off   more... »
kasikatan : [noun] fame; notoriety   more... »
magpasikat : [verb] to show off   more... »
pinakasikát : [adjective] most famous   more... »
napakasikát : [adjective] very famous; very well-known   more... »
nikat : a pinched or shortened form of 'sumikat'; shone; emerged; appeared;   more... »
kakasikat : just risen   more... »
síkat-sikat : a species of small crab; small crab; tiny crab;   more... »
pagpapasikat : the act of showing off; trying to impress others with unnecessary displays of ability; showboating.; showing off; grandstanding; boasting; exhibitionism; ostentation;   more... »
sikat ng araw : [phrase] sunshine   more... »
bigláng-sikát : [adjective] suddenly famous; meteoric rise   more... »

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