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    Useful Cebuano (Bisaya) Phrases Spoken by a Westerner

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  2. #20

    Tagalog Phrases?

    Next month will be my 7th trip to Cebu City and surrounding areas and I am aware that many people speak Tagalog, but the majority spoke Cebuano / Visayan / Bisayan. So my question is. Shouldn't this thread be called "Cebuano Phrases"? And perhaps even throw in Cebuano slang? I've been trying to learn their language from my gf who lives and works in CC but it's difficult with their mixtures of slang, especially when they text. Hehehe.

    Just a peso for your thoughts.

  3. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Wicked Roger  [View Original Post]
    Try "puwet loboton" to a cute Cebuana. She will react
    Indeed she will. And did ;-)

  4. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by D Cups  [View Original Post]
    What does it mean, Rog?

    David, thank you for the other translation.
    Ask the lady DC as she will be surprised by your knowlegde. But as you know WR I let you reason as to where that phrase will take you with the girl. But while Visayan it could also be Greek LOL

  5. #17
    What does it mean, Rog?

    David, thank you for the other translation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wicked Roger  [View Original Post]
    Try "puwet loboton" to a cute Cebuana. She will react

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by David_33  [View Original Post]
    "ako patukaron ang ako guitar ug kantahan teka"

    This means: "I'll play my guitar and sing to you".
    Try "puwet loboton" to a cute Cebuana. She will react

  7. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by D Cups  [View Original Post]
    Say you are sweet on a sweet Cebuana and you really want to impress her. What do you say, please?
    "ako patukaron ang ako guitar ug kantahan teka"

    This means: "I'll play my guitar and sing to you".

  8. #14

    Cebuana

    Mattrick, can you translate all the tagalog words to Cebuana, please?

    Or at least your favorite ones?

    Say you are sweet on a sweet Cebuana and you really want to impress her. What do you say, please? . Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mattrick  [View Original Post]
    I second your motion! The only people that speak Tagalog in Cebu are tourists from Manila!

    PULUTAN: Food you eat while you are drinking.

  9. #13

    Pulutan and Mga Bolo

    "Sumsuman" is Bisaya for "pulutan."

    Boomer,

    I'm glad I can add amusement to your life. If you'd like to roll on the floor some more, try "guna" for a "sanggot."

  10. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Mattrick  [View Original Post]
    I second your motion! The only people that speak Tagalog in Cebu are tourists from Manila!

    PULUTAN: Food you eat while you are drinking.
    One step further would be PICA-PICA, which roughly translates into 'finger food' that can be consumed while drinking.

  11. #11
    Boto = pussy.

    Tintin = cock

  12. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by SergeantRay  [View Original Post]
    I think this thread should be dedicated to Bisaya / Cebuano.

    Of course, Cebuano is the language spoken in Cebu. I'd put Tagalog in one of the other threads, such as Manila.
    I second your motion! The only people that speak Tagalog in Cebu are tourists from Manila!

    PULUTAN: Food you eat while you are drinking.

  13. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by SergeantRay  [View Original Post]
    I think this thread should be dedicated to Bisaya / Cebuano.

    Of course, Cebuano is the language spoken in Cebu. I'd put Tagalog in one of the other threads, such as Manila.

    A difficulty with Cebuano is that it's so hard to find good instructional materials. There are few good ones in Tagalog, and Cebuano is even harder to find.

    Bisaya. Com is an interesting resource.

    Bonus:

    A machete is called a "bolo" in Tagalog. In Cebuano, it's a "sanggot," which is also a sickle.
    ROFL thanks for the laugh, but I give you 100 kudos points for trying. I speak both tagalog and bisaya. They are all wrong.

    Machete= "itak" in tagalog (bolo, jungle bolo can be understood too)

    Machete= "Sundang" in bisaya (sanggot is the curved one, scythe or a sickle used for harvesting "palay" the un-milled rice)

    The ones in tagalog below lots of it isn't exactly right but its pretty close.

  14. #8

    Useful Tagalog Phrases

    Hello,

    How are you? Kamusta ka?

    I am fine mabuti.

    What is your name? Ano ang pangalan mo?

    My name is Jeff Ang pangalan ko ay Jeff.

    I am a professor from Calif Ako ay propesor mula sa.

    I don't understand Hindi ko mainfindhan.

    Is that right? Ta la ga?

    How much Kung magkano?

    Too much Masayadong marami.

    Less Mas kaunti.

    Good mainam.

    Bad masama.

    Please paki.

    Thank you salamat.

    You're welcome Walang anuman.

    Where is the bank? Saan ang bank?

    Where is the bathroom? Nasaan ang banyo.

    Where is American food? Saan ang.

    Yes O o

    No hindi.

    Where ca I find. Saan ko mahahanap.

    Come visit me Bisitahin ang lumapit sa akin.

    Sexy girl Sexy babae.

    You are very pretty Ikaw ay very pretty.

    I like it Gust ko ito.

    I want.

    I want you.

    All night Gusto ko.

    Gusto ko sa iyo.

    Lahat ng gabi.

    Big boobs Malaki sou-sous.

    Bigger boobs Mas malaki.

    Do you have a boyfriend? Ang maroon kayong isang kagintahan?

    Feels good Nararamdaman mabuti.

    In your mouth Sa iyong bibig.

    Between your breasts Sa pagitan ng iyong sousou.

    Suck sumipsip.

    Play with my balls Makipaglaro sa aking mga bola.

    Lick it Dilaan ito.

    Swallow lunok.

    On your face Sa iyong mukha.

    You are beautiful Ikaw ay maganda.

    You are the best Ikaw ang pina kamhusay na.

    Can I take your picture? Puwede bang kumuhang iyong mga larawan?

    Make love Gumawa ng pag-ibig.

    Harder mahirap.

    Softer hinaan

  15. #7

    Bisaya / Cebuano Thread?

    I think this thread should be dedicated to Bisaya / Cebuano.

    Of course, Cebuano is the language spoken in Cebu. I'd put Tagalog in one of the other threads, such as Manila.

    A difficulty with Cebuano is that it's so hard to find good instructional materials. There are few good ones in Tagalog, and Cebuano is even harder to find.

    Bisaya. Com is an interesting resource.

    Bonus:

    A machete is called a "bolo" in Tagalog. In Cebuano, it's a "sanggot," which is also a sickle.

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