What is Linabag in Ilocano?
“Linabag” is a word in ILOKANO Definition: n. thread-like or fine strand.
What is LAAD in Ilocano?
laad ILOKANO. Definition: adj. /NA-/ ugly, unsightly, disgusting.
What is pangas in Ilocano?
English Word: Definition: jaw. either of two bones, the mandible or maxilla, forming the framework of the mouth.
What does Ukinam mean?
“Uttog” means cute. “Ukinnam” means I love you.
What is batog in Ilocano?
bátog – The yolk, the yellow of an egg. batog TAGALOG. batog. Definition: (noun) shelled and boiled corn to which grated coconut and salt are added. klara HILIGAYNON.
What is Utong in Ilocano?
Utong. Utong is the Ilocano word for long beans, a common vegetable in Filipino dishes and often one of the ingredients on the Ilocano dish dinengdeng as well as pinakbet. But with Filipino speakers, utong doesn’t mean long beans but it is part of the body—utong (“nipple”).
What does makapa Uttog Ka mean?
“Uttog” is a word in ILOKANO v. /MAKA-/ to feel sexually excited.
What is Bugagaw?
“Bugagaw” is a word in ILOKANO Definition: adj. gray; albino.
What is the meaning of Baguntao?
young bachelor; unmarried young man [Show details ▼]
What does Ukininam mean in Ilocano?
English Word: Definition: your mother’s private part. Direct Translation – your mother’s private part.
What is KIAW?
English Word: Definition: yellow. of the color between green and orange in the spectrum, a primary subtractive color complementary to blue; colored like ripe lemons or egg yolks (adj.)
What is Amarillo in Ilocano?
DJIM May 10, 2017. yellow – Ilocano, adjective. duyaw. amarillo.
What is bukal in Tagalog?
Definition for the Tagalog word bukal: bukál. [noun] natural spring of fresh water; source; reservoir. Root: bukal.
What is basal in Filipino?
Translation for word Basal in Tagalog is : saligan.
What does Uttog meaning Ilocano?
English Word of the Day feces.
What is Duyaw?
“Duyaw” is a word in ILOKANO adj. yellow, gold-colored; yellowish, golden.
What is Bokal in English?
bokal m (Latin spelling) pitcher, carafe synonym ▲ Synonym: djaro.