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Root: bigat


bigat is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root bigat:
ROOT DEFINITION:
~ related to heaviness, weight

Bigat Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "bigat"

bigat : [noun] weight; heaviness; seriousness   more... »
pabigát : [noun] weight; encumbrance   more... »
bigatin : [adjective] important   more... »
mabigát : [adjective] heavy; weighty; massive; burdensome; formidable; serious   more... »
bumigát : [verb] to become heavy; to get heavier   more... »
gaano kabigát : [phrase] how heavy   more... »
ganitó kabigát : [phrase] this heavy (ganyan/ganoon kabigat = that heavy)   more... »
bigatán : [verb] to make weighty; to make more important   more... »
kabigatan : [noun] heaviness   more... »

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