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Root: kapit


kapit is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root kapit:
ROOT DEFINITION:
~ related to clinging to or holding on to or grasping or sticking to

Kapit Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "kapit"

kapit : [noun] hold; grasp; handhold   more... »
kapít : [adjective] stuck; glued; clinging to; holding on   more... »
kumapit : [verb] to hold on; to cling to   more... »
kapitan : [verb] to hold onto something; to stick onto something; to grasp onto something   more... »
nakakapit : [adjective] stuck; glued; grasping   more... »
mapakapit : [verb] to suddenly cling on to   more... »
ikapit : [verb] to hold on to something; to cling to something   more... »
pagkapit : [noun] grasping; holding; sticking to   more... »

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