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Revision as of 10:14, 23 September 2014

Bikol is a language spoken by people in the Bicol region on southeastern Luzon in the Philippines. It was highly influenced by the Spanish language.

Pronunciation guide

Vowels

This Bikol branch is formatted in Darageno dialect... Some phrases , used Darageno .. in Daraga,Albay,Philippines..

  • Aa-as in 'a' in father
  • Ee-as in 'e' in eggplant
  • Ii-as in 'i' in Instant
  • Oo-as in 'o' in orange
  • Uu-as in 'u' in ulcer
  • Ng-as in 'ng' in sing (it is semi-vowel)
  • Eu-as in 'i' in cousin

(a semi-vowel) This is only exists in Darageno dialect

Consonants

  • Pronounced like English alphabet*

BbDdGgHhKkLlMmNnPpRrSsTtWwYy

Common diphthongs

  • aw-as in 'ao' in carabao
  • an-as in 'un' in understand
  • os-as in 'os' in boss
  • ng-as in 'ng' in sung
  • eun-as in 'in' in cousin(exists in Darageno dialect)
  • on-as in 'on' in Bonn

DIFFICULTIES

  • Ng-as in 'nang'
  • mga-as in 'manga'

Phrase list

Some phrases in this phrasebook still need to be translated. If you know anything about this language, you can help by plunging forward and translating a phrase.


Basics

Hello. (Hello)
Hello. (informal
(Nem)
How are you? 
(Anu na pade?)
Fine, thank you. 
. (Ayus man , salamat)
What is your name? 
 ? (Unung pangaran mu?)
My name is ______ . 
______ . (___ang ngaran ku)
Nice to meet you. 
. (Maugmang mangilalan taka)
Please. 
(Dali na)
Thank you. 
(Salama tunun)
You're welcome. 
(Warang unu man)
Yes. 
(Iyo)
No. 
(Dai)
Excuse me. (getting attention
(Tabi!)
Excuse me. (Tabi-Tabi po) 
. ( )
I'm sorry. 
(Pasensia na)
Goodbye 
(Adun na ako)
Goodbye (informal
(Bye)
I can't speak name of language [well]. 
[Bikol]. (Dai ku man nasabutan[ ])
Do you speak English? 
(Tataw ka mag-Inglis?)
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
(May tataw digdi mag-Inglis?)
Help! 
(Tabang)
Look out! 
(Kiteun mu)
Good morning. 
(Marhay na aga)
Good evening. 
. (Marha )
Good night. 
. ()
Good night (to sleep
()
I don't understand. 
()
Where is t

Problems

  • Leave me alone- Pabayaa ako nin sulo
  • Don't touch me!-Dai mu daw ako pagparakaptan!
  • Stop ! Thief !-Pundo ! Parahabon !
  • I'll call the police-Aangalan ku ang pulis
  • Police-Pulis
  • I'm injured-Nalugadan ako
  • Help-Tabang
  • I need your help-Kaipuhan ku ang tabang mo
  • It's an emergency-Imerhencia utu
  • I'm lost-Nawawara ako
  • Where am I now?-Diin na ako ngana?
  • I need a doctor-Kaipuhan ku ning duktor
  • Can i borrow your phone?-Pede ku iramun ang selpown mo?
  • Can i get your number?-Pede ku kuun ang numero mo?
  • I will kill you-Titigbakun taika
  • I'm hungry-Gutomon na aku
  • Did you know where i am?-Aram mu kung diin na ako nakaantos?
  • Your a whore-Puta ka
  • I had no money left-Wara na akong natura na kwarta
  • Do have some?-Igwa ka pa?
  • Sorry,i'm tired-Pasensya na,pagal na ako
  • How much the fare in jeepney?-Mamira/Manggurano man ang pamasahe sa dyip?
  • That's expensive-Mahalunun yan
  • Can i borrow your money?-Pede ko iramun ang kwarta mo?
  • Sure,no problem-Sige,warang problema

Numbers

0-Buklo;Siro

1-Saro;Isad;Usad

2-Duwa;Panduwa;Dos

3-Tulo;Pantulo;Tres

4-Apat;Pangupat;Kuwatro

5-Lima;Panlima

6-Anum;Panganum

7-Pito;Pangpito;Siyete

8-Walu or Walo

9-Siyam

10-Sampulo;Pulo

11-Onse

12-Dose

13-Trese

14-Katorse

15-Kinse

16-Disisais

17-Disisyete

18-Disiotso

19-Disinuwebe

20-Bainte;Bente

21-Bente-uno

22-Bente-dos

30-Trainta

40-Kwarinta

50-Sitenta

60-Sisenta

70-

80-

90-

100-sanggatos

101-sanggatos-uno

102-sanggatos-dos

500-

1000-ribo

2000-duwang ribo

3000-tulong ribo

10000-panampulong ribo

1000000-sarong milyon;isad na milyon

1000000000-sarong bilyon

Time

Clock time

Duration

Days

  • Sunday-Dominggo
  • Monday-Lunes
  • Tuesday-Martes
  • Wednesday-Myerkules
  • Thursday-Webes
  • Friday-Byernes
  • Saturday-Sabado

Months

  • January-Hanyero;Enero
  • February-Pebraryo;Pebrero
  • March-Marsu
  • April-Abril
  • May-Mayo
  • June-Hunyo
  • July-Hulyo
  • August-Ogosto;Agosto
  • September-Setyembre
  • October-Oktobre
  • November-Nobyembre
  • December-Disyembre

Writing time and date

  • January 9 2000-Inero nuwebe dos mil

Colors

  • Blue-Azul;Asul;Blu
  • Red-Pula
  • Orange-Darandan;Dalandan
  • Green-
  • Yellow-Dilaw
  • Violet-Lila;Bayolet
  • Black-Itum
  • White-Puti

Transportation

Bus and train

Directions

Taxi

Lodging

Money

Eating

Bars

Shopping

Driving

Authority

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