How do you say my name is in Ilonggo?

A collection of useful phrases in Hiligaynon (Ilonggo), a Philippine language spoken mainly in Western Visayas in the Philippines….Useful phrases in Hiligaynon.

Phrase Ilonggo (Hiligaynon)
What’s your name? Ano imo ngalan? (frm) Ano ngalan mo? (inf)
My name is … Ang ngalan ko …
Where are you from? Di-in ka halin?
I’m from … Halin ko sa …

What is the meaning of Kunla?

Also: to stutter, stammer, speak brokenly, or falteringly.

What is AMO in Ilonggo?

amo) Employer, master, lord, boss; proprietor, owner.

What does Bala mean in Ilonggo?

bálà Hiligaynon. Fortune, good luck.

How do you say beautiful in Ilonggo?

tahúm, Beauty, loveliness, comeliness, pulchritude, prettiness, handsomeness, goodliness, attractiveness, good looks; to be, become or make beautiful, nice, handsome, lovely, comely, fair, beauteous, pretty, good-looking. Nagtahúm na ang simbáhan, kay napintahán.

How do you say I like you in Ilonggo?

“Gusto taka.” is a direct Hiligaynon translation of “I Like You.” but how does an Ilonggo or Ilongga express his or her liking to someone without using these words?

What is playground in Hiligaynon?

Hiligaynon. (B) Playground, place for games, etc.

What is beautiful in Ilonggo?

Hiligaynon/ilonggo- gwapa/matahum. Bicolano- magayon.

What is Bala in English?

British English: bullet /ˈbʊlɪt/ NOUN. A bullet is a small piece of metal which is fired from a gun.

Is Ilonggo a Bisaya?

All populations representing the 30 languages must be generically called Bisaya. Ethnolinguistically, there are two other well-known and widespread Bisayan languages. These are Hiligaynon, also referred to as Ilonggo, and Waray-Waray, distributed in the western and eastern sections of the Visayas, respectively.

How do you say beautiful in Waray?

The third adjective, mahusay, also means beautiful or lovely and can be used in lieu of mabaysay. In fact, the two words are almost synonymous.

What do you call a person in Ilonggo?

gan-it – to pull (pertaining to the act on someone’s hair) gin-ot – humid. guni-guni – gossip or hearsay (daw tagalog ni, I think pamatyagan is the proper word in ilonggo) H. halok – kiss.

What do you mean by alimpuros in Ilonggo?

Feel free to add words and phrases with their meanings. alimpuros – a swirly clump of hair on your head, sa english: cowlick. alipunga – daw Tagalog man ni? bulid-bulid – describing someone/something rolling on a surface; e.g. like someone rolling down a hill – naga-bulid-bulid siya papanaug.

What’s the difference between Hiligaynon and Ilonggo language?

Speakers of the Hiligaynon/Ilonggo do not themselves know the difference between the two terms. From Teodoro Llamzon’s book, one will read that Hiligaynon and Ilonggo are just two different terms for one language. Hiligaynon, however, is exclusively used to refer to the language, while Ilonggo also refers to the people.

What is the meaning of piyak balay in Ilonggo?

Piyak-balay – 1) your neighbor’s house you used for hang-out more than your own. mas namit ila pag-kaon (similar to tupad-balay). 2) half a house, usually caused by a quarreling family. (can also be spelled pihak-balay); 3) literally, the other house