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‘Totoy’ in English
April 28, 2012
‘Totoy’ is a Tagalog word which means little boy.
Other Meaning: small kid, son, young looking guy
Tagalog Synonyms: bata, batang lalaki,
‘totoy’ also used as names for sons in the Philippines.
Ex: Ano ang ginagawa mo Totoy? – What are you doing Totoy?
Use ‘totoy’ in Sentences:
- Totoy ka pa. – You are still a little boy.
- Bawal ang totoy dito. – Little boy is not allowed here.
- Madami ka pang kakaining pagkain totoy. – You still need to eat a lot of food kid.
- Umuwi ka na sa bahay niyo totoy. – Go home little kid.
- May nagawang kasalanan si totoy. – The little kid had done something wrong.
- Nawawala si totoy. – The little boy is missing.
- Ito ang anak kong totoy. – This is my son a little boy.
- Ang kulit ng totoy na yun. – That little boy is so annoying.
- Nakita ko yung totoy doon. – I saw the little kid there.
- Ang astig ni totoy. – The little kid is cool.
- Naglalaro si totoy. – The little kid is playing.
- Hindi kasalanan ni totoy. – It’s not the fault of the kid.
- Hindi kana totoy. – You are not a kid anymore.
- Masama ang pakiramdam ni totoy. – The little kid is not feeling well.
- Ayaw ko sa totoy nayun. – I don’t like that kid.
Use ‘totoy’ in asking Questions:
- Nakita mo yung totoy? – Have you seen the little boy?
- Anong nangyari kay totoy? – What happened to the little boy?
- Nasaan si totoy? – Where is the little boy?
- Anak mo ba yang totoy na yan? – Is the little kid is your child?
- Bakit mo hinahanap si totoy? – Why are you looking for the little kid?