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Root: bitiw

bitiw is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root bitiw:
~ related to letting go; resigning; releasing one's hold of something

Bitiw Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "bitiw"

magbitíw : [verb] to resign; to quit (a job); to abdicate; to release something   more... »
bitiwan : [verb] to release one's hold of something   more... »
pagbibitíw : [noun] resignation; resigning   more... »
bumitíw : [verb] to disengage; to release one's hold of; to let go of   more... »
bitíw : [noun] letting go; resigning; let loose   more... »

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