Humiliating In Tagalog | English To Tagalog Translations

HUMILIATING IN TAGALOG – Here is another term in the English language that we are going to translate in the Filipino language.

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The English term that we are going to translate is the greeting “humiliating“. We must first know its definition in the dictionary.


Here are the following definitions of this term:

  • causing someone to feel ashamed and foolish by injuring their dignity and self-respect.

The term is derived from the root word and verb humiliate, which means the following:

  • make (someone) feel ashamed and foolish by injuring their dignity and self-respect, especially publicly

The verb is synonymous to the following words:

  • embarass
  • mortify
  • humble
  • shame
  • disgrace
  • discomfit
  • chasten
  • subdue
  • abash
  • debase
  • demean
  • degrade
  • deflate
  • crush
  • quash
  • squash
  • embarassing
  • mortifying
  • ignominious
  • inglorious
  • shameful
  • discreditable
  • undignified
  • chastenning
  • demeaning
  • degrading


Translations of this term include:

  • nakakahiya

The root word humiliate has the following translations:

  • manghiya
  • hamakin
  • magpakumbaba
  • alipustahin
  • humamak
  • manghamak
  • magpakababa
  • mangayupapa


The battle ended with a humiliating defeat for the Bigheads.

Natapos ang labanan na may nakakahiyang pagkatalo para sa Tribu Malalaking-Ulo.

What my friend did just now was very humiliating.

Talagang nakakahiya ang nagawa ngayon ng kaibigan ko.

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