Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word uuwi.
umuw î [verb] to return home; to go home
Verb conjugations of umuwi:
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Uuwi Example Sentences in Tagalog: (11)
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I'm going home now. / I will be going home now.
Uuw î ak ó sa prob ínsiya sa Noby embre
I will go home to the province in November.
Hind î ko masig uro kung uuw î siy á nang ma aga
I'm not sure if he'll be home early.
Nagpasiy á siy áng uuw î sil á
He decided that they will go home.
Ipinang akò ko kay
na uuw î ak ó nang ma aga
I promised Berna to come home early.
Uuw î ak ó kung kail án ko gust ó
I'll go home whenever it pleases me.
Are we going/heading for home already?
What time are you going/coming home?
Nangang ako ka bang uuw î nang ma aga
Do you promise to come home early?
Hind î kay ó uuw î hangg áng hind î niny ó napapatun ayan na inos ente kay ó
You will not go home until you prove you are innocent.
Will you be going home for Christmas?
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