IndonesianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Malay akibat, from Classical Malay عقيبة(akibat), from Arabic عَاقَبَة(ʿāqaba, consequence; obstacle). Compare Tagalog akibat.

NounEdit

akibat (first-person possessive akibatku, second-person possessive akibatmu, third-person possessive akibatnya)

  1. result; consequence

MalayEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic عَاقَبَة(ʿāqaba, consequence; obstacle).

NounEdit

akibat (Jawi spelling عاقبة‎, plural akibat-akibat, informal 1st possessive akibatku, 2nd possessive akibatmu, 3rd possessive akibatnya)

  1. result; consequence

TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

Probably from Malay akibat, from Arabic عَاقَبَة(ʿāqaba, consequence; obstacle).

PronunciationEdit

  • Hyphenation: a‧ki‧bat
  • IPA(key): /ʔaˈkibat/, [ʔɐˈxi.bɐt]

AdjectiveEdit

akibat

  1. worn as symbol; worn as emblem (especially worn across from shoulder to side)
  2. incumbent upon someone (of a duty)
    Synonym: sagutin

NounEdit

akibat

  1. duty incumbent upon a person
  2. emblem; insignia
  3. band; sash (worn across from shoulder to side as an insignia)
  4. (obsolete) ownership of an extensive farmland

Derived termsEdit