Tagalog English Translation of makati

In tagalog english dictionary, "makati" is "itchy". See more translations below.

makati adjective
itchy
Translation: Makati has two meanings.The root word is Kati/kati'.the first meaning is itchness and the second one is ( low tide or dried up).The name of place Makati is more related to dry land.its adjacent place called Manila is always experiencing flood because of its proximity to high tides of the sea but Makati is a bit higher hence the name of the place is related to dry place or free from sea water.Katihan is where Makati was coined.
Sample usage: May kati' ang tawag sa mabatong burol ng dakong Makati.


If you know something about this term, share it here. Many people are also searching for information about makati. Help them find it, make them happy.

Let us help each other. Please be polite in asking for help and sharing thoughts. Sort the comments to "Reverse Chronological" to see the latest posts.

Like us on Facebook

 

Recently Searched Terms

Share your Knowledge

Contribute translations, meaning, definition, synonym, sample usage and/or any information for terms, phrases and words that people are finding. Many visitors come here finding for translations for a certain phrases and terms but were unlucky. Maybe you have answer. Share your knowledge in the whole world and many will be happy with it. See if you have knowledge in the following terms: