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Author Photo by: quarter
May 17 2021, 12:12pm CST ~ 1 mo., 3 days ago. 
Question: Equivalent for extreme contempt/hate?
Like the kind when Anakin says to Obi-Wan "I HATE YOU".
 
www.quora.com/How-do -you-say-I-hate-you- in-Tagalog
From the Quora discussion above, I gathered that maybe it could be "KINAMUMUHIAN KITA", but idk, sounds too long.
 
(I'm just curious; I'm not planning on saying this to anyone lol.)
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Author Photo PinoyTaj
May 18 2021, 11:47pm CST ~ 1 mo., 2 days ago. 
Kinamumuhian kita is correct If you just want to express that you don’t like someone you can use “Ayaw” .
 
I HATE YOU - Kinamumuhian kita!
 
I dislike you- Ayaw ko sa’yo (Ayoko sa’yo)
 
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Author Photo nikkidlp
May 25 2021, 10:13am CST ~ 3 weeks, 4 days ago. 
"Kinamumuhian kita" hits the nail on the head. This is the exact word I thought of upon reading the title of your post without even reading the details yet.
 
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Author Photo elenaderosas Badge: Native Tagalog Speaker
May 28 2021, 5:26am CST ~ 3 weeks, 1 day ago. 
Another translation could be: Kinapopootan kita or Napopoot ako sa iyo.
 
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Author Photo Bituingmaykinang
May 28 2021, 6:19am CST ~ 3 weeks, 1 day ago. 
Suklam is also an option
 
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Author Photo AngTaongsiClyde Badge: Native Tagalog Speaker
May 29 2021, 1:30am CST ~ 3 weeks, 1 day ago. 
Magandang araw po sa inyo! I hope you’re safe in the middle of everything.
 
I concur with PinoyTaj‘s response here. The Tagalog word for “hatred” is “poot,” while “muhi” is a sort-of incredibly intense “poot.” So yes, if you indeed just want to tell a person matter-of-factually that you hate them, you can say “pinopoot kita” or “kinamumuhian kita.”
 
Unfortunately, I haven’t gotten into the Star Wars series myself yet, so I’m not familiar with the scene that you’re describing; however, if it’s anything similar to when people would yell “I hate you!” to someone whom they are incredibly angry or frustrated with (spur-of-the-moment like), there are better and more natural ways to convey this in Tagalog. There are a multitude of constructions for this, of course, but I would suggest “Umalis ka!” (lit. “Leave!” or “Go away!”) or “Ayaw kitang makita!” (lit. “I don’t want to see you!”).
 
I’m sure others here have other suggestions as well.
 
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Author Photo quarter
May 29 2021, 7:11am CST ~ 3 weeks, 0 days ago. 
@AngTaongsiClyde It's the kind of "I HATE YOU" where you seriously want them dead. So "Umalis ka!" or "Ayaw kitang makita!" just won't cut it. (You should tots watch Star Wars!)
 
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