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Conversational Ilonggo: Body Conditions / Emotions

Posted on: September 16, 2009

(Click here for pronunciation guide.)

Angry:  a-KIG

Cold:  tug-NAW / gi-na-TUG-na-wan

Exasperated:  ga-UG-tas / ga-la-LA-in

Happy:  na-LI-pay / na-SAD-ya-han

Hot:  na-i-NI-tan

Hungry:  gu-TOM

Itchy:  ka-TOL

Longing:  na-HID-law

Nervous:  gi-na-KUL-ba-an

Rested:  na-ka-pa-HU-way

Sad:  su-BO^

Sweating:  gi-na-BAL-has / gi-na-pa-ma-HU-lay

Thankful:  na-ga-pa-sa-LA-mat

Tired:  ka-POY / KA-poy

24 Responses to "Conversational Ilonggo: Body Conditions / Emotions"

anu po ba ibig sabihin na hidlawon???

Hi Horhe, “hidlawon” means “to miss” or “will miss”, the root word is “hidlaw” or “miss”.

Pleae translate
Da kalaw.ay man ta sa iya. Saw der pics bagay sila parehas sila wala pulos. Kalaw.ay sang baye.

Thank you.

Hello Au,
First, there are some typos in the sentence so let us correct that first:
Daw kalaw-ay man na sa iya. Saw their pics bagay sila parehas sila wala pulos. Kalaw-ay sang baye.

This is a bit derogatory, but anyway, here goes:
She seems somewhat ugly. Saw their pics they deserve each other both are useless. The woman/girl is ugly.

what is the hiligaynon version of restless? disturbed? please reply ASAp. Thank you.🙂

Hi Zoe, restless can be “wala pahuway” but it also means “lisi-lisi” or “indi mapahamtang” ir “indi mapahim-os” to mean disturbed.

Ano po sa ilonggo yung TORPE?pwede Paki translate po ito sa ilonggo “baka nahihiyang magsabi ng nararamdaman”..salamat po

Hello D, sorry for the late reply. Torpe pa rin.
Baka bahihiyang magsabi ng nararamdaman = Basi nahuya maghambal sang nabatyagan.

pwede po patulong ano po ilonngo ng mga ss:

Mabait-
Masaya-
Malaki-
Mahinhin-
Malungkot-
Maganda-
Kulog-
Kilay-
Magulo-
Maingay-

Salamat po🙂 gagamitin ko po sa project.

Hi Sarah,

First, the correct spelling is Ilonggo with double g.

Net for your query words:

Masaya: sad-YA / ma-li-PA-yon
Malaki: da-KO^ / ka-da-KO^
Makungkot: su-BO^
Maganda: GWA-pa
Kulog: da-GU-ob
Kilay: KI-lay
Magulo: ka-SA-bad
Maingay: ka-GA-hod

Hope this helps.

Mabait: BU-ot / ma-BU-ot

Good morning!

Can you please help me translate this to ILONGGO: Kailangan lang po sa Buwan ng Wika:

GOOD MORNING & WELCOME TO BACOLOD, THE CITY OF SMILES!! THE CITY OF CHARMING, SMILING & RESPONSIBLE PEOPLE, WEARE KNOWN AS BACOLENOS OR BACOLODNONS.

Thanls & God bless!

Maayong aga kag ginaabi-abi ko kamo sa Dakbanwa sang Bacolod, ang dakbanwa sang mga matam-is nga yuhum! Lugar sang mga maanyag, masinadyahon kag responsable nga mga pumuluyo! Kami ang mga Bacoleño!

Thank you so much Ma’am for helping me out. Malaking tulong po talaga eto. God bless always..

Good evening mam,

Can you please help me translate po ulit: Halina kayo at tikman ang masarap na PIAYAYA mula sa Bacolod!

Thank you again & God bless!!

Dali na kamo kag tilawan ang manamit nga PIAYA halin sa Bacolod. (take note of the spelling of piaya)Sent from Yahoo Ma

A rainy saturday afternoon po!

Mam, can you help me translate to ilonggo the following words:
aso-
pusa-
ibon-
kalabaw-
baka-
kambing-
daga-
ipis-
langgam(ant)-
manok o sisiw-
inahing manok-
tandang-

Thanks again & God bless!

Sorry for not replying right away I did not notice this but I hope my reply would atill be useful:
aso- ido^
pusa- kuring
ibon- pispis
kalabaw- karabaw
baka- baka
kambing- kanding
daga- ilaga^
ipis- tanga
langgam- subay (su-BAY)
manok na sisiw- piso^
inahin- munga^
tandang- sulog (su-LOG)

And also this ma’am:

Kumusta ka?
Mabuti naman-
Galit talaga ako sa iyo-
Meron ka bang pera?-
Saan ka pupunta?-
PAhiram ng payong mo-
Malakas ang buhos ng ulan-

Sorry for not replying right away I did not notice this but I hope my reply would atill be useful:
Kamusta ka? Maayo man.
Akig gid ako sa imo.
May kwarta ka?
Pahulama ko sang payong mo.
Kabaskog sang ulan.

Ahm.ano po ba sa ilonggo “mahal kita pero dmo namn batid..kasi nakafucus ka sa iba/

Palangga ta ka pero wala mo man ginasapak kay sa lain ka man nagatulok.

ano po ibig sabihin ng halong?

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