Sinsiyo


sinsiyo

Sinsiyo means coins. Small amounts of money.

Sample:

Hello manang, pa-sinsiyo ko sa 100. (Hey manang, do you have coins for 100 peso?).

Related word/s:

Kwarta

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Kapehan


kapehan

Kapehan or Kapihan, means a coffee plantation, however nowadays it more refers to a coffee shop.

Sample:

Tana, adto ta mangape sa kapehan ni Juan. (Let’s go for a coffee at Juan’s coffee shop)

(check this kapehan site for good vibes! )

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Bukot


Bukot means to wrap.

Sample:

Pag bukot sa habol kay tugnaw (Wrap yourself with a blanket because it’s too cold)

Related word/s:

Lukob

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Laruy-laroy


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Laruy-laroy  means roam around.

Sample:

Adto ta mag laruy-laroy sa Ayala karong hapon (Let’s roam around Ayala this afternoon)

Related word/s:

Suroy-suroy

Laag

 

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Sukad


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Sukad (n) means start, beginning.

Sukad (v) means to ready or prepare the food.

Sample:

Sukad karon mag diet na ko (Starting today, I will diet)

Pag sukad na kay mangaon na ta (Prepare the food so we can eat)

Related word/s:

Kaon

Hab-hab

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