Cebuano-Visayan Language

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  1. "amahan"
    "father"
  2. "asawa"
    "wife"
  3. "buotan"
    "nice"
  4. "estudyante"
    "student"
  5. "gwapo"
    "hamdsome (male)"
  6. "inahan"
    "mother"
  7. "Kristohanon"
    "Christian"
  8. "kusgan"
    "strong (person)"
  9. "maestro"
    "teacher (male)"
  10. "Pilipino"
    "Filipino (male)"
  11. "tambok"
    "fat"
  12. "Amerikano"
    "American"
  13. "babaye"
    "woman
  14. "dato"
    "rich"
  15. "gwapa"
    "beautiful (person)"
  16. "higala"
    "friend"
  17. "init"
    "hot"
  18. "kugihan"
    "industrious"
  19. "lalake"
    "man (male)"
  20. "misyonero"
    "missionary"
  21. "taas"
    "tall
  22. "bag-o"
    "new"
  23. "syudad"
    "city"
  24. "uma"
    "farm"
  25. "bukid"
    "mountain"
  26. "bangko"
    "chair"
  27. "bata"
    "child
  28. "bugoy"
    "naughty"
  29. "gamay"
    "small"
  30. "lamesa"
    "table"
  31. "lig-on"
    "strong (objects)"
  32. "lisud"
    "difficult"
  33. "nindot"
    "pretty"
  34. "puno"
    "full"
  35. "sayon"
    "easy"
  36. "baso"
    "glass"
  37. "bola"
    "ball"
  38. "daku"
    "big"
  39. "klase"
    "class"
  40. "leksyon"
    "lesson"
  41. "lingen"
    "round"
  42. "maayo"
    "good"
  43. "papel"
    "paper"
  44. "puti"
    "white"
  45. "adlaw"
    "day
  46. "bag-o"
    "new"
  47. "bugnaw"
    "cold"
  48. "daan"
    "old"
  49. "dagat"
    "ocean
  50. "daghan"
    "many"
  51. "dalan"
    "road
  52. "dautan"
    "bad
  53. "dyip"
    "jeep"
  54. "utanon"
    "vegetable"
  55. "kahoy"
    "tree
  56. "kwarto"
    "room"
  57. "lapis"
    "pencil"
  58. "libro"
    "book"
  59. "mata"
    "eye"
  60. "mubo"
    "short"
  61. "problema"
    "problem"
  62. "simbahan"
    "church"
  63. "tawo"
    "person
  64. "tubig"
    "water"
  65. "anak"
    "child"
  66. "balay"
    "house"
  67. "bana"
    "husband"
  68. "Bibliya"
    "Bible"
  69. "direktor"
    "director"
  70. "dulaan"
    "toy"
  71. "eskwelahan"
    "school"
  72. "iro"
    "dog"
  73. "itum"
    "black"
  74. "kwarta"
    "money"
  75. "lolo"
    "grandfather"
  76. "miyembro"
    "member"
  77. "panday"
    "carpenter"
  78. "pantalon"
    "pants"
  79. "saba"
    "noisy"
  80. "sanina"
    "dress
  81. "sapatos"
    "shoes"
  82. "trato"
    "boyfriend
  83. "-adto"
    "to go"
  84. "-basa"
    "to read"
  85. "-duol"
    "to approach
  86. "isda"
    "fish"
  87. "-katawa"
    "to laugh"
  88. "-lakaw"
    "to walk"
  89. "lola"
    "grandmother"
  90. "opisyales"
    "officer"
  91. "silingan"
    "neighbor"
  92. "-simba"
    "to worship
  93. "-suroy"
    "to roam around"
  94. "-tindog"
    "to stand"
  95. "-balhin"
    "to move
  96. "doktor"
    "doctor"
  97. "-hilak"
    "to cry"
  98. "-kaon"
    "to eat"
  99. "-laba"
    "to wash (clothes)"
  100. "lingkod"
    "to sit"
  101. "-mata"
    "to wake up"
  102. "-palit"
    "to buy"
  103. "-sunod"
    "to follow"
  104. "-tawag"
    "to call"
  105. "yawa"
    "devil"
  106. "merkado"
    "market"
  107. "-apas"
    "to catch up with
  108. "dios-dios"
    "idol"
  109. "hagdanan"
    "ladder"
  110. "-hangyô"
    "to ask a favor
  111. "-hulam"
    "to borrow"
  112. "kanto"
    "corner"
  113. "karsada"
    "paved road
  114. "katabang"
    "helper"
  115. "koral"
    "fence"
  116. "kusina"
    "kitchen"
  117. "-lukso"
    "to jump"
  118. "mangga"
    "mango"
  119. "merkado"
    "market"
  120. "nars"
    "nurse"
  121. "ospital"
    "hospital"
  122. "pan"
    "bread"
  123. "pabor"
    "favor"
  124. "prutas"
    "fruit"
  125. "saging"
    "banana"
  126. "-saka"
    "to climb up
  127. "sala"
    "living room"
  128. "sine"
    "movie"
  129. "-tan-aw"
    "to watch / look"
  130. "tindahan"
    "store"
  131. "tigulang"
    "old person"
  132. "alang"
    "for/in behalf of"
  133. "apo"
    "grandchild"
  134. "bulak"
    "flower"
  135. "estoriya"
    "story"
  136. "gatas"
    "milk"
  137. "-kanta"
    "to sing"
  138. "kape"
    "coffee"
  139. "-luto"
    "to cook"
  140. "pamilya"
    "family"
  141. "para"
    "for/in behaf of
  142. "piniritong manok"
    "fried chicken"
  143. "tsinelas"
    "slippers"
  144. "birtdey"
    "birthday"
  145. "lawas"
    "body"
  146. "-bisita"
    "visitor
  147. "manok"
    "chicken"
  148. "biyahe"
    "trip
  149. "nasud"
    "country
  150. "-dawat"
    "to accept/ receive"
  151. "nawong"
    "face"
  152. "Dios"
    "God"
  153. "ngalan"
    "name"
  154. "gugma"
    "love"
  155. "pagkaon"
    "food"
  156. "-higda"
    "to lay down"
  157. "sinehan"
    "movie house"
  158. "iglesia"
    "church"
  159. "siyudad"
    "city"
  160. "kasingkasing"
    "heart"
  161. "-sugat"
    "to meet"
  162. "katre"
    "bed"
  163. "telebisyon"
    "television"
  164. "kuyaw"
    "dangerous"
  165. "-tudlo"
    "to teach"
  166. "-kuyog"
    "to accompany
  167. "igsoon"
    "brother/sister"
  168. "ugma"
    "tomorrow"
  169. "salig"
    "trust"
  170. "panalangin"
    "blessing"
  171. "hatag"
    "give"
  172. "-abot"
    "to arrive"
  173. "-ampo"
    "to pray"
  174. "-hatag"
    "to give"
  175. "lugar"
    "place"
  176. "panalangin"
    "blessing"
  177. "-pilî"
    "to choose"
  178. "-salig"
    "to trust"
  179. "-sulat"
    "to write"
  180. "-sulti"
    "to speak/talk"
  181. "-uban"
    "to go with/accompany"
  182. "-wali"
    "to preach"
  183. "aslum"
    "sour"
  184. "batan-on"
    "young"
  185. "buang"
    "crazy"
  186. "gabii"
    "night"
  187. "grabe"
    "serious"
  188. "halangdon"
    "wonderful"
  189. "hunahuna"
    "mind"
  190. "kapoy"
    "tired"
  191. "kataposan"
    "last / end"
  192. "kinabuhi"
    "life"
  193. "klima"
    "climate"
  194. "lain"
    "other / different"
  195. "malipayon"
    "happy"
  196. "matarong"
    "righteous"
  197. "niwang"
    "thin / skinny"
  198. "panahon"
    "time / season"
  199. "batî"
    "ugly (thing
  200. "pula"
    "red"
  201. "sabaw"
    "soup"
  202. "sigpit"
    "narrow"
  203. "-sulod"
    "to go inside"
  204. "tab-ang"
    "tasteless"
  205. "tam-is"
    "sweet"
  206. "tapolan"
    "lazy"
  207. "tibuok"
    "whole / complete"
  208. "tubag"
    "answer"
  209. "tugnaw"
    "cold"
  210. "yutâ"
    "land
  211. "Ako"
    "I"
  212. "ko"
    "I"
  213. "Ikaw"
    "you"
  214. "ka"
    "you"
  215. "siya"
    "he / she"
  216. "kita"
    "our we including the person talking to"
  217. "ta"
    "we including the person you are talking to"
  218. "kami"
    "we excluding the person you are talking to"
  219. "mi"
    "we excluding the person you are talking to"
  220. "kamo"
    "you (pl)"
  221. "mo"
    "you (pl)"
  222. "sila"
    "they"
  223. "nako"
    "my"
  224. "ko"
    "my"
  225. "nimo"
    "your"
  226. "niya"
    "his / hers"
  227. "nato"
    "our including the person you r talking 2"
  228. "to"
    "our including the person you r talking 2"
  229. "namo"
    "our excluding the person you are talking to"
  230. "ninyo"
    "your (pl)"
  231. "nila"
    "their"
  232. "akô"
    "mine"
  233. "sa ako"
    "to (at/for/with) me"
  234. "kanako"
    "to (at/for/with) me"
  235. "akong"
    "my"
  236. "imo"
    "yours"
  237. "sa imo"
    "to (at for with) you"
  238. "kanimo"
    "to (at for with) you"
  239. "imong"
    "your"
  240. "iya"
    "his
  241. "sa iya"
    "to (at for with) him/her"
  242. "kaniya"
    "to (at for with) him/her"
  243. "iyang"
    "his/her"
  244. "ato"
    "ours (including the person being sponke to"
  245. "sa ato"
    "to (at for with) us"
  246. "kanato"
    "to (at for with) us"
  247. "atong"
    "our (inclusive)"
  248. "amo"
    "ours excluding person speaking to"
  249. "sa amo"
    "to (at for with) us"
  250. "kanamo"
    "to (at for with) us"
  251. "among"
    "our"
  252. "inyo"
    "yours"
  253. "sa inyo"
    "to (at for with) you (pl)"
  254. "kaninyo"
    "to (at for with) you (pl)"
  255. "inyong"
    "your (pl)"
  256. "ila"
    "theirs"
  257. "sa ila"
    "to (at for with) them"
  258. "kanila"
    "to (at for with) them"
  259. "ilang"
    "their"
  260. "kini / kani / 'ni"
    "this"
  261. "kana / 'na"
    "that (near)"
  262. "kadto / 'to"
    "that (far)"
  263. "niini / niani
    'ini / 'ana"
  264. "niana / ana"
    "that"
  265. "niadto / 'adto"
    "that (far)"
  266. "dinhi / diri"
    "here"
  267. "dinha / diha"
    "there"
  268. "didto"
    "there (far)"
  269. "abli"
    "open"
  270. "-agi"
    "to pass by"
  271. "awit"
    "song"
  272. "ba"
    "(question word)"
  273. "balaod"
    "law"
  274. "balitâ"
    "news"
  275. "espiritu"
    "spirit"
  276. "Ginoo"
    "Lord"
  277. "Jesu Kristo"
    "Jesus Christ"
  278. "magtutudlo"
    "teacher"
  279. "na"
    "now
  280. "pa"
    "still
  281. "-pasaylo"
    "to forgive"
  282. "patay"
    "dead"
  283. "salâ"
    "sin"
  284. "Satanas"
    "Satan"
  285. "-supak"
    "to oppose
  286. "-ulî"
    "to return or go home"
  287. "walâ"
    "no
  288. "doktrina"
    "doctrine"
  289. "habol"
    "blanket
  290. "impyerno"
    "hell"
  291. "kapilya"
    "chapel"
  292. "kasal"
    "wedding"
  293. "mananambal"
    "witch doctor"
  294. "o"
    "or"
  295. "pobre"
    "poor"
  296. "sabongan"
    "cockpit"
  297. "-suot"
    "to wear"
  298. "-tuo"
    "to believe"
  299. "-uyon"
    "to agree"
  300. "buslot"
    "hole"
  301. "dios"
    "god"
  302. "hugaw"
    "dirty"
  303. "kapayas"
    "papaya"
  304. "karenderiya"
    "restaurant"
  305. "kaugalingon"
    "self"
  306. "lamî"
    "delicious"
  307. "medyas"
    "socks"
  308. "misa"
    "mass"
  309. "nangka"
    "jackfruit"
  310. "parte"
    "party"
  311. "pultahan"
    "door"
  312. "santos"
    "saints"
  313. "-tahud"
    "to reverence / respect"
  314. "-tambong"
    "to attend"
  315. "-tugyan"
    "to commit"
  316. "upod"
    "also / too / again"
  317. "usab"
    "also / too / again"
  318. "hangin"
    "air / wind"
  319. "hilaw"
    "unripe / raw"
  320. "hinug"
    "ripe"
  321. "humok"
    "soft / tender"
  322. "humot"
    "good smelling"
  323. "importante"
    "important"
  324. "kaayo"
    "very"
  325. "kuripot"
    "stingy"
  326. "linya"
    "line"
  327. "lungsod"
    "town"
  328. "luya"
    "weak"
  329. "malinawon"
    "peaceful"
  330. "maluloy-on"
    "kind / merciful"
  331. "ngitngit"
    "dark"
  332. "pangutana"
    "question"
  333. "tul-id"
    "straight"
  334. "-anhi"
    "to come here"
  335. "-bayad"
    "to pay"
  336. "-biya"
    "to leave
  337. "dili"
    "no
  338. "-kuha"
    "to get
  339. "langit"
    "Heaven"
  340. "-luhod"
    "to kneel
  341. "mais"
    "corn"
  342. "gamit"
    "use / thing"
  343. "oo"
    "yes"
  344. "sakyanan"
    "car"
  345. "sari-sari"
    "small store
  346. "-singgit"
    "to scream
  347. "-tanum"
    "to plant"
  348. "-tigum"
    "to gather
  349. "tsa"
    "tea"
  350. "-tubô"
    "to grow"
  351. "utang"
    "debt"
  352. "baboy"
    "pig"
  353. "botika"
    "pharmacy"
  354. "-daog"
    "to win"
  355. "-hawa"
    "to go
  356. "ig-agaw"
    "cousin"
  357. "karne"
    "meat"
  358. "karneng baboy"
    "pork"
  359. "mag-uuma"
    "farmer"
  360. "opisina"
    "office"
  361. "pag-umangkon"
    "nephew
  362. "payag"
    "hut
  363. "presidente"
    "President"
  364. "-saad"
    "to promise"
  365. "swipstek"
    "sweepstakes"
  366. "-tukod"
    "to build"
  367. "abugado"
    "lawyer"
  368. "-awit"
    "to sing"
  369. "bulad"
    "dried fish"
  370. "-dagan"
    "to run"
  371. "-dula"
    "to play"
  372. "Estados Unidos"
    "United States"
  373. "grupo"
    "group"
  374. "keyk"
    "cake"
  375. "atubangan"
    "front"
  376. "ayaw"
    "don't"
  377. "-bakasyon"
    "to vacation"
  378. "baryo"
    "village"
  379. "bukid"
    "mountain"
  380. "-dayeg"
    "to praise"
  381. "gawas"
    "outside"
  382. "gobyerno"
    "government"
  383. "kauban"
    "companion"
  384. "kawatan"
    "thief"
  385. "kwintas"
    "necklace"
  386. "lubi"
    "coconut tree"
  387. "pari"
    "priest"
  388. "-sul-ob"
    "to dress / put on"
  389. "-tago"
    "to hide"
  390. "tindero"
    "salesman / store clerk"
  391. "tindera"
    "salesgirl / store clerk"
  392. "tinuohan"
    "belief / religion"
  393. "traysikad"
    "passenger tricycle"
  394. "adobo"
    "fried pork"
  395. "-andam"
    "to prepare"
  396. "awto"
    "car"
  397. "-bantay"
    "to guard
  398. "baybayon"
    "beach"
  399. "-dala"
    "to bring
  400. "dapit"
    "place"
  401. "-dumili"
    "to deny"
  402. "dyaket"
    "jacket"
  403. "-hulat"
    "to wait"
  404. "-ingon"
    "to say
  405. "kamatuoran"
    "truth"
  406. "-kinahanglan"
    "to need
  407. "-mando"
    "to command"
  408. "mangingisda"
    "fisherman"
  409. "-minyo"
    "to marry"
  410. "paingon"
    "going to
  411. "palengke"
    "market"
  412. "-puyô"
    "to live"
  413. "-tagbo"
    "to meet"
  414. "tambal"
    "medicine"
  415. "telepono"
    "telephone"
  416. "tinun-an"
    "disciple"
  417. "-trabaho"
    "to work"
  418. "-tuon"
    "to learn"
  419. "uniporme"
    "uniform"
  420. "-alagad"
    "to serve"
  421. "-antos"
    "to suffer"
  422. "-arkila"
    "to rent"
  423. "buluhaton"
    "work
  424. "butang"
    "thing"
  425. "diyakono"
    "deacon"
  426. "-himo"
    "to do
  427. "kabaw"
    "carabao"
  428. "krus"
    "cross"
  429. "mensahe"
    "message"
  430. "ninong"
    "godfather"
  431. "paniudto"
    "lunch"
  432. "pasyente"
    "patient"
  433. "-patay"
    "to kill"
  434. "probinsya"
    "province"
  435. "puy-anan"
    "dwelling place"
  436. "serbisyo"
    "service"
  437. "sista"
    "guitar"
  438. "-sugod"
    "to start
  439. "tabang"
    "help"
  440. Sugba
    grill
  441. tambag
    Help
  442. "tanaman"
    "garden"
  443. "-tugtug"
    "to play (music)"
  444. "asukar"
    "sugar"
  445. "ayskrim"
    "ice cream"
  446. "-balik"
    "to come back"
  447. "bangka"
    "outrigger boat"
  448. "-barug"
    "to stand up for"
  449. "bodega"
    "wharehouse
  450. "buot"
    "want to
  451. "gusto"
    "want to
  452. "-hinulsol"
    "to repent"
  453. "iyaan"
    "aunt"
  454. "kasilinganan"
    "neighborhood"
  455. "kinahanglan"
    "need to
  456. "litson"
    "roasted pig"
  457. "luy-a"
    "ginger"
  458. "mahimo"
    "to be able to
  459. "masakiton"
    "sick person"
  460. "merienda"
    "snack"
  461. "ninang"
    "godmother"
  462. "-pahibalo"
    "to announce"
  463. "-pakyaw"
    "to contract work"
  464. "panihapon"
    "supper"
  465. "pulong"
    "word"
  466. "pwede"
    "can
  467. "saad"
    "promise"
  468. "sakay"
    "to ride"
  469. "-sangyaw"
    "to witness"
  470. "-talikud"
    "to turn around
  471. "tanan"
    "everyone
  472. "-tubag"
    "to answer"
  473. "amo"
    "boss / employer"
  474. "bakus"
    "belt"
  475. "bayani"
    "hero"
  476. "-buhat"
    "to do / make"
  477. "hardinero"
    "gardner"
  478. "kamatis"
    "tomato"
  479. "kapitan"
    "captain"
  480. "kasilyas"
    "restroom (CR)"
  481. "kinsa"
    "who"
  482. "kolehiyo"
    "college"
  483. "konsehal"
    "councilman"
  484. "negosyante"
    "business man"
  485. "pangulo"
    "leader"
  486. "sekretarya"
    "secretary"
  487. "tag-iya"
    "owner"
  488. "trabaho"
    "work"
  489. "ulitawo"
    "single young man"
  490. -ayo
    to repair, fix
  491. bolpen
    ball pen
  492. bulan
    month, moon
  493. buntag
    morning
  494. hapon
    afternoon
  495. humay
    rice
  496. iring
    cat
  497. kandila
    candle
  498. magulang
    older brother or sister
  499. misyon
    mission
  500. oras
    hour
  501. -padala
    to send
  502. -pahulam
    to loan
  503. -pamati
    to listen
  504. -pasalamat
    to thank
  505. -pasiga
    to light or turn on
  506. relo
    watch
  507. semana
    week
  508. suga
    light
  509. -sugid
    confess
  510. tuig
    year
  511. udto
    noon
  512. yabe
    key
  513. amigo
    friend
  514. bayaw
    • spouse of brother or sister
    • Brother or sister in law
  515. bilas
    brother or sister of spouse
  516. ginikanan
    parents
  517. kamagulangan
    oldest child
  518. kinamanghuran
    youngest child
  519. kinugos
    godchild
  520. manghod
    younger brother or sister
  521. paryente
    realative
  522. suod
    close, intimate
  523. tiyo /a
    uncle / aunt
  524. ugangan
    parent in law
  525. "unsa"
    "what"

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