How to Speak Ilocano
How do you say hello in Ilocano?
Check out these phrases when meeting Ilocanos and converse like a local! Kablaaw – Hello! Naimbag nga bigat!
How do ilocanos speak?
The Ilocano language has either five or six vowels, depending on what dialect you choose to speak. The language is generally divided into the Amianan (Northern) and Abagatan (Southern) Dialects. The only difference however between these two dialects is the way they pronounce the letter ‘E’.
How many speaks Ilocano?
|Region||Northern Luzon, many parts of Central Luzon (northern Tarlac, northern sections of Zambales and Aurora) and few parts of the Soccsksargen region in Mindanao|
|Native speakers||8.1 million (2015) 2 million L2 speakers (2000) Third most spoken native language in the Philippines|
How do you say Kamusta Ka in Ilocano?
Ilocano Translation – How are you?
What is Mahal Kita in Ilocano?
i love you translate to ilocano.
What is Uttog Ilocano?
“Uttog” means cute. “Ukinnam” means I love you.
What is Masarap in Ilocano?
Tagalog – masarap; Ilocano – naimas. ← cultivate.
How do you say sorry in Ilocano?
A collection of useful phrases in Iloko (Ilocano), a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken mainly in Luzon and Mindanao in the Philippines..
Useful phrases in Iloko.
|English||Iloco (Iloko / Ilocano)|
|Sorry||Agpakawanak Pakawanennak Dispensar|
|Reply to thank you||Awan ania man|
What is the Ilocano of kumusta ka?
Learn Philippine Greetings in different languages
|How are you?||Kumusta ka?||Kumusta kan?|
|Good morning||Magandang umaga||Naimbag a bigat|
|Good Day||Magandang araw||Naimbag nga aldaw|
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What is Naimas?
What does Ukininam mean?
Ilocano Term: “Naimas!” Meaning: “Delicious!”
What does Bagtit mean in Ilocano?
English Word: Definition: your mother’s private part. Direct Translation – your mother’s private part.
What is Napintas?
Definition: crazy. affected with madness or insanity (adj.)
What is Gago in Ilocano?
English Word: Definition: beautiful. having qualities that give great pleasure or satisfaction to see, hear, think about, etc.