makulit

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Tagalog[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From kulit from ulit (which means repetitive, repeat).

Adjective[edit]

makulit

  1. Pertaining to a person who teases someone, often in a physical way but could also be verbal, and considered a positive attribute.
  2. A kind of playfulness that friends in the Filipino culture consider a positive attribute.
  3. Mischievous; a type of annoying playfulness.
  4. Pertaining to bothering or annoying, e.g. with lots of questions.

Noun[edit]

makulit

  1. Brat.

Synonyms[edit]