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Root: sadya

sadya is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root sadya:
~ related to visiting a place or person

Sadya Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "sadya"

sadyaín : [verb] to do something intentionally / on purpose; to mean to do something   more... »
sadyâ : [noun] purpose; aim; intent; errand; mission; act of getting something made-to-order; [adjective] specially; purposely; planned; intentional; special; decidedly; really; especially;   more... »
pasadyâ : [adjective] customized   more... »
magsadyâ : [verb] to visit; to pay a visit to   more... »
manadyâ : [verb] to intentionally do (usually something wrong or bad or ill-advised)   more... »
sumadyâ : [verb] to visit a place or person   more... »
dí-sinasadyâ : [adjective] didn't mean to, accidental; unintentional; inadvertent   more... »

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