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Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word magkaanak in the Tagalog Dictionary.
Definition for the Tagalog word magkaanak:
[verb] to have a child (give birth); to have a baby; to give birth
Verb conjugations of magkaanak:
Focus: Actor Root: anakConjugation Type:
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Magkaanak Example Sentences in Tagalog: (15)
Example sentences created by professional Filipino teachers and writers.
Lana na magkaanák siyá
Lana longed to bear children.
Napakatandâ na ni
Nina para magkaanák
Nina is too old to have a baby.
Hindî maaaring magkaanák ang ate ko
My elder sister is unable to reproduce.
Ayaw ba niláng magkaanák
Don't they want to have children?
Pitóng taón bago nagkaanák si
It took seven years before Sanya had a child.
Hindî nagkaanák ng lalaking tagapagmana si
Catherine was unable to produce a male heir.
, nagkaanák si
Olga ng babae
In time, Olga did have a daughter.
Nagkaanák silá at pinangalanan itóng
They had a son named David.
si Penny dahil hindî siyá nagkákaanák
Penny is sad because she is childless.
Hindî pa ba silá nagkákaanák
They haven't had kids yet?
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How to pronounce magkaanak:
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Related Filipino Words:anákbonákanák-dalitâináanákanák sa labáskamag-anakkapanganakanmanganákbugtóng na anákipanganák
Related English Words:have a childhave a babygive birthgave birthgiving birth
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