Ilokano Ch 1 Vocabulary

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Ilokano Ch 1 Vocabulary
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vocabulary for lesson 1
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  1. naimbag
    good
  2. a
    [linker]
  3. bigatmo
    morning-your
  4. Mis
    Miss
  5. met
    also
  6. ania
    what
  7. naganmo  [the first "a" has an accent mark]
    name-your
  8. naganko  [the first "a" has an accent mark]
    name-my
  9. apelyidom [the "i" has an accent mark]
    surname-your
  10. apelyidok [the "i" has an accent mark]
    surname-my
  11. apelyido [the "i" has an accent mark]
    surname
  12. aya
    is that so
  13. ay
    oh
  14. nanangko [the first "a" has an accent mark]
    mother-my
  15. kasta
    like that
  16. Divisions of the day:
    bigat
    morning (approx. daybreak until late morning)
  17. Division of the day: aldaw
    midday (approx. 11-1 o'clock)
  18. Division of the day: malem
    afternoon (approx. early afternoon until dusk)
  19. Division of the day: rabii
    evening, night (approx. dusk until daybreak)
  20. ading [accent on the "a"]
    term of respect for younger sister or brother
  21. manang [accent on the first "a"]
    term of respect for older sister
  22. manong [accent on the "a"]
    term of respect for older brother
  23. nana [accent on the first "a"]
    term of respect for "aunt"
  24. tata [accent on the first "a"]
    term of respect for uncle
  25. balasangko [accent on the second "a"]
    my young lady
  26. barok
    my young man
  27. nakkong
    my child
  28. nanang [accent on the first "a"]
    mother
  29. tatang [accent on the first "a"]
    father
  30. lelang [accent on the "e"]
    grandmother
  31. lelong [accent on the "e"]
    grandfather
  32. apong [accent on the "a"]
    grandparent
  33. Apo [accent on the "a"]
    sir or madam
  34. -ko/-k
    ko set (genitive pronouns) for my
  35. -mo/-m
    ko set (genitive pronouns) for your (singular)
  36. -na
    ko set (genitive pronouns) for his/her
  37. -yo
    ko set (genitive pronouns) for your (plural or polite singular)

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