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

Definition for the Tagalog word naroon:

naroón  Play audio #39207
[pseudo-verb]  there; over there; over in that place.

Root: doon
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Naroón ang sinasabi niyáng kayamanan.
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The treasure he is saying is over there.
Naroón ba sa salusalo ang mahusay na aktrés?
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Is the great actress at the party?
Nároón ang tindahang kakainan nilá.
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The stall where they will eat is over there.

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Nandoon siya sa pulong kahapon.
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He was present at the meeting yesterday.

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Alternate spelling(s):
nandoon, nadoon
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How to pronounce naroon:

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Related English Words:
thereover thereover in that place
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