What is I love you in Hiligaynon?

What is I love you in Hiligaynon?

We usually say “Palangga ta ka” in Hiligaynon to mean “I love you.” In Alonso de Mentrida’s “Diccionario de la lengua Bisaya–Hiligueyna y Haría de las islas de Panay y Sugbu, y para las demás islas” (1841), langga and angga are defined as “gift, or to be the gift that is given and caressed.” Palangga is therefore to …

What is guban hiligaynon?

Hiligaynon. Together, in common, general.

What is Dinalan?

Hiligaynon. A line, verse, etc.

What is beautiful in Hiligaynon?

Hiligaynon. Beautiful, nice, charming, pleasing, handsome, comely, fair, pretty, good-looking, goodly, lovely, attractive, prepossessing.

What’s your name in Hiligaynon?

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 Matahom?

(of females) visually attractive; beautiful; good-looking.

What does Palangga mean in Bisaya?

palanggà Cebuano. (from danggà) v. love and care for someone Mupanggà ku sa bátang buútan, I’ll love a good child.

What does Langga means in Tagalog?

(chiefly as a term of address) a person who is dear.

How do you say excuse me 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)
Excuse me Palihog sang madali lang
How much is this? Pila? Pila ini?
Sorry Pasensyaha lang ako
Please Palihog

How do you say delicious in Ilonggo?

Savoury, tasty, nice, delicious, lovely, palatable, said of food and drinks. (námit).

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