The longest published word in the Tagalog language is pinakanakakapagngitngitngitngitang-pagsisinungasinungalingan, with 59 letters.
Tagalog is among the official languages in the Philippines, and it is widely spoken by both the foreign-born population and the Filipino immigrant populace in the United States.
According to Guinness World Records, the longest Tagalog word is Pinakanakapagpapabagabag-damdamin, that is a verb meaning to induce significant discomfort or annoyance. The word has 28 letters and is one of several verb different kinds in the Filipino language. Pinakanakapagpapabagabag-damdamin is the longest Filipino word and is frequently used as a tongue twister.
However, the significance behind it is crucial because it demonstrates the potency of the Filipino people's native language. Pinaka literally means to do or make something happen; Kanakan literally means to have done or made something happen; and Paba (verb) signifies to wash, bathe, or douse with water. Damdamin directly means to emotions in English and can also mean emotionalism. Bagabag (verb) is an intensified form of baga (verb), which implies ill-advised or bad. Dama, the root word, means to value and honor a person or something. As a result, pinakadamdamdamdamdamin basically translates to respect one's feelings.