How do you say ouch in the Philippines?

How do you say ouch in Filipino?

ARAY!! – OUCH!!

  1. English (US)
  2. Filipino.

What is Che in Filipino?

In the Philippines, che (also spelled cheh) is used to express the dismissing another person or interrupting another person’s speech, similar in context to the English expression “Shut up!”.

What is Noh Tagalog?

noh thats good aye, im glad your happy.

What does oo mean in Filipino?

oo is saying yes in general. while opo is saying yes in a respectful way. e.g. to adults, parents, teachers.

How do you say ow in Filipino?

The English word “ow” can be translated as the following word in Tagalog: 1.) aráy – [interjection] ouch; ow more…

What is aray English?

interjection. en expression of one’s own physical pain.

Is Filo short for Filipino?

(informal) A Filipino.

What is Arat in Tagalog?

ARAT – TARA



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What is a Che?

Freebase. Che. Che is a Spanish diminutive interjection commonly used in Argentina. It is a form of colloquial slang used in a vocative sense as “friend”, and thus loosely corresponds to expressions such as “mate”, “pal”, “man”, “bro”, or “dude”, as used by various English speakers.

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What does Ah mean in Tagalog?

“eh” is used when you give a reason, “ah” is used when you’re sure you’re more correct than the other guy and you want them to re-evaluate their statement, “oh” is used when you direct ones attention to a certain place. Yes and yes/no.

What does NGA mean in Tagalog?

Nga. Ever asked someone what nga means in Filipino? Nga is used to stress the answer of a question the speaker has already answered. The intonation of the speaker is usually irritated.

What does ano nga mean?

i understand you did not.

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