Bulatik

Saying something sweet and flowery words, specially courting to a girl. Pinoy style 🙂


Atik

Atik.. saying something good but untrue or just kidding aside or just joking. “Gwapaha nimo oi.. pero atik ra.” (You’re beautiful.. just kiddin’ 😉 )


Yagit

Yagit is Tagalog but widely accepted in Bisaya which means dirty, poor, filth or rubbish. There’s a phrase “Batang Yagit”, this means street children or children that were left byRead More


Kanlat

Sudden removal of something from a thing; or tear something off quickly and with force; ripped off.


Sikat

“Sikat” in bisaya means, well known, popular or familiar. One maybe known for his/her talents, skills or abilities that most people or public knows him.