Root: ipit

ipit is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root ipit:
~ related to 1.) squeezing, clasping or clipping (something), 2.) a hair clip

Ipit Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "ipit"

maipit : [verb] to be trapped (AF); to be pinched (AF); to be stuck (AF); to get caught (AF); to be caught in between (AF); to be crushed in between (AF);   more... »
ipitin : [verb] to clasp something; to squeeze something   more... »
ipit : [adjective] clasped; squeezed; pinched; pressed; [noun] hair clip; hair pin; tweezers   more... »
nakaipit : [adjective] stuck; trapped; squeezed; clasped   more... »
mag-ipit : [verb] to pin hair; to tuck; to clasp   more... »
ipitan : [verb] to clasp; to clip   more... »

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