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Root: yuko

yuko is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root yuko:
~ related to bowing one's head, bending forward

Yuko Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "yuko"

yumukô : [verb] to bow one's head; to bend down; to bend forward; to bend over; to droop; to bow   more... »
nakayukô : [adjective] bent over; in a bowing position; having one's head or body bent forward; having one's head bowed in defeat   more... »
yukô : [noun] bending down of the head or body; obeisance; bowing; ducking   more... »
mapayukô : [verb] to bow one's head   more... »
pagyukô : [noun] bowing   more... »
yukód : [noun] bowing one head in respect/greeting; reverence   more... »
iyukô : [verb] to bend something; to cause something to bend   more... »

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