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LOCAL DIALECT

PHILIPPINES 

Aklan (Aklanon, Akeanon) is spoken in the province of Aklan on the island of Panay in the Philippines. Its unique feature among other Visayan languages is the close-mid back unrounded vowel occurring as part of diphthongs and traditionally written with the letter E such as in the name Akeanon (Aklanon). However, this phoneme is also present in sister Philippine languages, namely Itbayat, Isneg, Manobo, Samal and Sagada.


The Malaynon dialect is 93% lexically similar to Aklanon and retained the "l" sounds, which elsewhere are often pronounced as "r".

Ibayjanon (Ibajaynon) dialect has shortened versions of Aklanon words.

Akeanon

Hay
Mayad-ayad nga agahon 
Mayad-ayad nga hapon 
Mayad-ayad nga gabi-i 
Mayad-ayad nga adlaw 
Saeamat 
Mayad man 
Pangabay 
Hu-o 
Bukon/Ayaw/Indi 
Owa 
Paalin?
Hin-uno? 
Alin?/Ano?
Kumusta ka eon? 
Ano pangaean mo?
Si-in ka ga-adto? 
Anong oras eon? 
Tig-pila ra?
Ka-guapa ka git-ing
Ka-guapo ka git-ing
Kabu-ot ka git-ing
Mos eon 
Balik eon kita 
Owa ako naka eobot  Owa ako naka sayud 
Gusto ko ro maeamig nga tubi 

Gutom na gutom eon gid ako
Owa ako't kwarta
Ikaw kaumangon
Magamit ko it cr 
Mapanaw/Maamat eon kita     
Mag dahan ka     
      

Malaynon

Kamusta
Mayad nga 
agahon
Mayad nga hapon

Mayad nga gab-i

 Mayad nga adlaw

Salamat     
Mayad man   
Pangabay 
Hu-o 
Bukon/Indi 
Owa 
Paano? 
San-o? 
Alin?/Ano? 
Musta ron? 
Ano imo pangalan?
Siin ka maadto? 
Anong orasa ron?
Tig-pila ra? 
Gwapa ka gid timo 
Gwapo ka gid timo
Buot ka gid timo 
Dali ron 
     Mabalik 'ta ron 
Wa ko ka lubot
Wa ko kasayud 

Ila ta ko't malamig nga tubi 

Gutom-gutom ron gid ta 'kon
Wa ta ko't kuarta 
Umang ka gid timo
Pagamit ko it cr 
Panaw ta ron 

Pagdahan ka
       

English

Hello
Good morning 

Good afternoon

Good night  

Good day 

Thanks
I am fine 
Please 
Yes 
No 
Not/None/Unable 
How?
When? 
What?    
How are you? 
What is your name?
Where are you going?
What time is it?
How much is this?
You are beautiful 
You are manly
You are kind 
Let's go 
           Let's go back 
I do not understand
I do not know
I'd like cold water 


I am really hungry 

I have no money
Umang ka gid timo
I need the toilet 
We are going

Take care 
        
       

Visaya 

English

Bisaya 

Grass 

Signs

Road

Road way  

Frog

Alley

Cat 

Not Real 

Shy

Healthy 

Smile 

Sad

Happy

Balili

Karatola 

Karsada

Agianan 

Baki

Dalan

Cat  

Dili Tinood

Manggiulawon 

Himsog

Pahiyom 

Kaguol

Malipayon

Central Bikol or commonly called as Bikol Legazpi or Bikol Naga is the most-spoken language in the Bicol region of southern Luzon, Philippines. It is spoken in the northern and western part of Camarines Sur, second congressional district of Camarines Norte, eastern part of Albay, northeastern part of Sorsogon, San Pascual town in Masbate, and southwestern part of Catanduanes. Central Bikol speakers can be found in all provinces of Bicol and it is a majority language in Camarines Sur. The standard Sprachraum form is based on the Canaman dialect.

Several local dialect differ from the common bikol dialect speacially in 3rd District and Second District or Camarines sur also in Albay and Sorsogon.

English

Bicol

Good  Morning/Afternoon/Evening
Thank you 
Beautiful 
Beautiful girl 
I love you 
What is your name?
My name is Juan
What are you doin
Where are you going?   
I’m glad to meet you 
How are you?  
I’m sorry 
Yes  
No 
Please 
Please speak slowly 

What is this? 
How much is this? 
Do you speak English? 
Do you understand? 
Where is… 
Where are?
How do you say beautiful in Bikol?
I’m tired 
It’s ok  
Mother  
Father  
Brother 
Sister  
Where is the nearest Bathroom?  
Goodbye 
What time is it? 
Do you have Car? 
Do you sell … ? 
Numbers 

1 - One 
2  - Two
3 - three
4 - Four 
5 - Five     
6  - Six
7 - Seven
 8 -  Eight 
 9 - Nine 
10 - Ten
11 - Eleven
12 - Twelve
13-Thirteen 
14-Four ten
15- Fifteen
16 - Sixteen
17 - Seventeen
18 - Eighteen
19-Nineteen 
20-Twenty 
21-Twenty One 
30-Thirty
40-Fourty
50-Fifty
60-Sixty
70-Seventy
80-Eighty 
90-Ninety
100-One Hundred
200-Two Hundred
400-Four Hundred 

 
  

Marhay na aga/Hapon/Banggi
Dios mabalos
Magayon 
Daragang magayon 
Namomotan ta ka 
Anong pangaran mo? 
An sakong ngaran ay Juan
Ano ang guibo mo 
Masain ka? 
Kaogmahan kong makabisto ka 
Kumusta ka? 
Patawarun mo ako 
Iyo 
Dai 
Tabi 
Pakiluway-luwayan man tabi an pagtaram mo 
Ano ini? 
Gurano ini? 
Tatao ka magtaram English? 
Nakakasabot/Nakakaintindi ka? 
Hain ang
Hain ang mga
Pano sabihun ang magayon  sa Bikol? 
Pagal na ako 
Ayus lng yan 
Ina 
Ama 
tugang na lalaki 
tugang na babayi 
Hain ang pinakaharaning banyo? 
Paaram 
Anong oras na? 
Igwa kang auto? 
Nagpapabakal ka … ?
Numero

Saro/Uno
Duwa/Dos
tolo/Tres
Apat /Cuatro
Lima/Cinco
Anom/Seis
Pito/Siete
Walo/Ocho 
Siyam/Nueve 
Sampolo/diez
once – ohn-say
doce – doh-say
trece – tray-say
catorce  – kah-tor-say
quince – keen-say
diez y seis
diez y siete
diez y ocho
diez y nueve
veinte
veinte y uno
treinta
cuarenta
cincuenta
sesenta
setenta
ochenta
noventa
Sangatos/Ciento
Dos Cientos 
Cuatro Cientos