Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word nabuhay.
mab uhay [verb] to live; to survive; to exist; to have life
Verb conjugations of mabuhay:
Focus: Actor Root: buhay Conjugation Type:
Nabuhay Example Sentences in Tagalog: (10)
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Long live the Philippines!
Kail angang mag-trab aho upang mab uhay
One needs to work to live.
Makak aya mo bang mab uhay nang mag-is á
Can you live alone?
Hind î ko k ayang mab uhay nang wal â ka
I can't live without you.
Mabub uhay ak ó k ahit wal â ka
I'll be able to survive even without you.
Mang ángail angan ng mah abang panah ón b ago makab awì sa pagnan ais niy áng mab uhay
It may take a long time before she recovers her desire to live.
Gust ó mo bang mab uhay nang mas matag ál
Would you like to live longer?
Nabub uhay sil á sa
sa is áng buw án
They are able to survive on US$200 per month.
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