Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word tukayo in the Tagalog Dictionary.

Definition for the Tagalog word tukayo:

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[noun] namesake; one named after another (person)

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Root: tukayo
Usage Note Icon Usage Notes:
Filipinos sometimes use this term as a way of addressing their namesakes. In case you hear someone say to another, "Magandang umaga, tukayo!", you might think that the other person's name is "Tukayo". It's not. It only means that the person is greeting his/her namesake "Good morning!".

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Alternate spelling(s):
katukayo, tokayo, katokayo
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How to pronounce tukayo:

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Related English Words:
namesakename sake
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