Monthly Archives: January 2012
Azkals backup goalkeeper Paolo Pascual who’s from Cebu is praying in Cebuano in a prematch ceremony last January 7, 2012.
English: beard Cebuano / Hiligaynon (Ilonggo): bungot English: My father has a beard. Cebuano: Akong amahan naay bungot.
Butuan is correctly pronounced as BUTWAN or BOT-WAN. Not Bu-tu-an. Because Bu-tu-an means “has vagina”. “Butu” means “vagina” in Bisaya. In other regions, “butu” could also mean the “male organ”.
It’s time for our Bisayan language to rise up. Dapat proud kita sa atong language.
English: X Cebuano: Ekis English: Mar your answers with an X. Cebuano: Markahi ang imong answers sa Ekis.
English: yearning Cebuano: nanginahanglan English: I am yearning for a new cellphone. Cebuano: Nanginahanglan ako ug bag-ong cellphone.
English: young man Cebuano: ulitao, teenager na lalaki English: My son is till a young man. Cebuano: Akong anak usa pa ka ulitao.
English: young Cebuano: bata, batan-on, linghod English: My child is still young. Cebuano: Akong anak bata pa.