Root: nakaw

nakaw is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root nakaw:
~ related to theft, stealing

Nakaw Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "nakaw"

magnakaw : [verb] to steal   more... »
mágnanakaw : [noun] thief; burglar   more... »
nakawin : [verb] to steal something   more... »
nakawan : [verb] to steal from someone; to rob someone   more... »
manakawan : [verb] to steal from someone/somewhere   more... »
nakaw : [adjective] stolen   more... »
manakaw : [verb] to be stolen   more... »
pagnanakaw : [noun] theft   more... »
nakawán : [noun] theft; robbery   more... »
numakaw : [verb] to rob   more... »
nenok : [adjective] stolen (slang)   more... »
panakáw : [adjective] secretive; stealthy; [adverb] secretly; stealthily   more... »
ipanakaw : [verb] to allow or arrange the theft of something   more... »

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