English to Filipino Meaning :: author

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English to Filipino Meaning
may-akda, manunulat, tagasulat, tagapagtala, tagabuo ng, arkitekto, tagakatha, lumikha, maykapal, ama
lumikha, kompositor, may-akda

Author    :may-akda


Author - may-akda

Authored :: Authored

Authoress :: authoress

Authoresses :: authoresses

Authorial :: authorial

Authoring :: authoring

Authors :: mga may-akda

Authorship :: pag-akda

Coauthor :: kamay-akda

Coauthored :: coauthored

Coauthoring :: coauthoring

Coauthors :: coauthors


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1. writer :: manunulat

2. originator ::

3. source :: pinagmulan

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author, authored, authoress, authoresses, authorial, authoring, authors, authorship, coauthor, coauthored, coauthoring, coauthors

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