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Are you a native speaker of any Bikol, Rinconada, Albayanon, Virac, Pandan or Bisakol language? You can help us by translating English words in different dialects spoken in Bicol Region. Mabalos!

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

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BIKOL CENTRAL
Daet: dyan; dumán
Legazpi: dyan; dumán
Naga: dyan; dumán; iyán
Partido:

RINCONADA BIKOL: siton; sadtó; suyán, san; itón

ALBAY BIKOL
Buhi:
Daraga: dyan; didtó
Libon:
Oas:

PANDAN BIKOL:
VIRAC BIKOL:

MASBATENYO:
MASBATENYO-SORSOGON: dida
WARAY-SORSOGON: doón

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7 comments:

rosadel said...

Rinconada for there: I think sadto is used when referring to a place,as in sadto Naga or sadto baloy ni Juan; siton or suyan is used as in response to "where" a thing is located, or simply pointing and saying TAUYAN!

Filipinayzd said...

That is interesting.

iyok said...

Donsol, Sorsogon (Miraya) = dyan

Sorsogon, Sorsogon = dida

Gubat, Sorsogon = doon

uro-agtaon said...

rinconada- siton, suyan, sadto, san o san-a

uro-agtaon said...

rinconada- siton, suyan, sadto, san o san-a

uro-agtaon said...

rinconada- ta-iton a, ta-an, ta-adto a

CamSur Bum said...

nice!