What Is Inheritance In Tagalog? (Answer)
INHERITANCE IN TAGALOG – There are several English words that do not have a direct translation in Tagalog, that’s why we need context to fully translate them.
In this article, we are going to take a look at the word “Inheritance” and its translations into Tagalog based on context.
Inheritance means something that is going to be passed on to you. That could be a title, land, money, jewelry, estates, and many more.
In Tagalog, it is called “mana”. Meanwhile, the act of passing on the inheritance is called “manahan”. Additionally, “Pamana” means the thing someone would be inheriting while “Minana” translates to “inherited”.
Here are some example sentences:
- Because we have an inborn tendency to selfishness that we inherited from our forefather Adam.
- You and I have been blessed with the promise of such an inheritance.
- My Father gave me this house as my inheritance.
- Son, you are going to inherit may shares in our family business in the day that I’m gone.
In Tagalog, these sentences could be translated as:
- Dahil mayroon tayong likas na hilig na maging makasarili na minana natin sa ating ninunong si Adan.
- Kayo at ako ay biniyayaang mapangakuan ng gayong pamana.
- Binigay ng tatay ko ang bahay na ito bilang pamana niya sakin.
- Anak, ikaw ang mamana ng mga shares ko sa ating negosyo sa araw na mawawala na ako.
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