Magkaka-: Tagalog Adjective Affix

having something in common (describing three or more persons or things)

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

pareho

similar, same

magkaka­pareho

similar to or like one another (for 3 or more)

tulad

like

magkaka­tulad

similar to or like one another (for 3 or more)

mukha’

face

magkaka­mukha’

identical to or looking like one another (for 3 or more)

pantay

equal, even, of equal height

magkaka­pantay

flush or level with one another (for 3 or more)

root

pareho

meaning

similar, same

root + affix

magkaka­pareho

meaning

similar to or like one another (for 3 or more)

root

tulad

meaning

like

root + affix

magkaka­tulad

meaning

similar to or like one another (for 3 or more)

root

mukha’

meaning

face

root + affix

magkaka­mukha’

meaning

identical to or looking like one another (for 3 or more)

root

pantay

meaning

equal, even, of equal height

root + affix

magkaka­pantay

meaning

flush or level with one another (for 3 or more)

Sentences:

Magkakamukha’ sina Arnold, Ed at John.

Arnold, Ed and John look alike.

Magkakapantay ang kabinet, oven at lamesa.

The cabinet, the oven and the table are level with one another.

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