I think the word"maintindihan" is a conjugated word of "intindi"(understand)... so if you say "maintindihan" I think it's more like "going to be understood", example: "Sana maintindihan mo ako" - I wish you will/can understand me.
hehe... sorry, my English is a failure, but I'm hoping that you can understand what I wanted to say. 😊 ( hehe.. pasensya na, ang English ko ay palpak, pero umaasa akong MAINTINDIHAN mo sana ang gusto kong sabihin. 😊 )
If you wanted to say "I understand/ I understood", you can say "NAIINTINDIHAN KO" 😊
by the way, "intindi" is a borrowed word from Spanish "entender" if I'm not mistaken.. I think the Tagalog for understand is "unawa" so instead of "Naiintindihan ko" you could also use "Nauunawaan ko"... but it sounds poetic 😁 "Naiintindihan" is more common these days 😄😄😄 hehehe...
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