What does Inday mean in Philippines?
Inday is not only a term of endearment used to refer to the female beloved. It is also used as a nickname for young girls in the family. Most young girls in Visayan families are referred to as inday.
What is the English of Inday?
‘Inday’ or ‘Day’ doesn’t mean housemaid. Although in Cebuano it has come to mean ‘girl‘, the word came from ‘dayang’, a word with Malay origins which means ‘princess’, ‘lady’, or ‘noble woman’. That’s why our maids address my mother, for example, as ‘Inday’.
What does Na Po mean in Filipino?
like saying “please”
What does kayat mean in Filipino?
káyat. Cebuano. v. have sexual intercourse (not coarse, but replaced by a euphemism in polite speech).
What does Dai mean in Tagalog?
Dai/Day/Dae = young girl. It can also be used as a term of endearment for girls/women around your age.
What is dong in Tagalog?
“dong” is short for “dodong” meaning young man/boy in the Cebuano language. it’s used in casual speech.
What does Pangga?
Verb. pangga. to love. to have a strong affection for someone. to care deeply about, to be dedicated to someone.
What does Nene mean?
Nene is a feminine and masculine given name, surname and nickname in several cultures. In Spanish, it is generally a masculine term of endearment and an affectionate nickname meaning “baby”. Alternative variations such as Néné, Nené, Nenê and Nenè are used within Latin America, with Nenê being more common in Brazil.
What does bisdak mean?
Noun. bisdak. A native speaker of Cebuano and, by extension, someone who speaks Cebuano. A native of the Cebuano-speaking provinces of the Visayas and Mindanao.
Whats the meaning of kayat?
Noun. kayat. (vulgar) coitus; sexual intercourse.
What is the meaning of Sakalam in Tagalog?
Sakalam has become one of the most popularly used words in the Tagalog lexicon. However, Sakalam is merely the inverse of the word “Malakas”. Sakalam can be used to describe someone who has achieved something. For example, if your friend Peter recently launched a business, people would say: “Si Peter lang sakalam!”.
What is kaya nga in English?
B: Kaya nga! ( In agreement) (That’s why) Even though it means that’s why, it can be used as a standalone sentence to just express agreement. It can be used as “That’s why” in a sentence too.