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Bisaya Intro Vocab

Vocabulary from Introduction Lessons 1-10

TermDefinition
Ako / ko First Class Pronoun, I
Ikaw / ka First Class Pronoun, You (singular)
Siya / sya First Class Pronoun, He/she
Kita / ta First Class Pronoun, We (inclusive)
Kami / mi First Class Pronoun, We (exclusive)
Kamo / mo First Class Pronoun, You (plural)
Sila First Class Pronoun, They
Nako Second Class Pronoun, Possessive My
Nimo Second Class Pronoun, Possessive Your (singular)
Niya Second Class Pronoun, Possessive His/Her
Nato Second Class Pronoun, Possessive Ours (inclusive)
Namo Second Class Pronoun, Possessive Ours (exclusive)
Ninyo Second Class Pronoun, Possessive Your (plural)
Nila Second Class Pronoun, Possessive Their
Sa ako / Kanako Third Class Pronoun, Benefactor/ Beneficiary, the one receiving I
Sa imo / Kanimo Third Class Pronoun, Benefactor/ Beneficiary, the one receiving You
Sa iya / Kaniya Third Class Pronoun, Benefactor/ Beneficiary, the one receiving He/She
Sa ato / Kanato Third Class Pronoun, Benefactor/ Beneficiary, the one receiving We (inclusive)
Sa amo / Kanamo Third Class Pronoun, Benefactor/ Beneficiary, the one receiving We (exclusive)
Sa inyo / Kaninyo Third Class Pronoun, Benefactor/ Beneficiary, the one receiving You (plural)
Sa ila / Kanila Third Class Pronoun, Benefactor/ Beneficiary, the one receiving They
Akong Third Class Pronoun, Possessive My
Imong Third Class Pronoun, Possessive Your
Iyang Third Class Pronoun, Possessive His/ Her
Atong Third Class Pronoun, Possessive Our (inclusive)
Among Third Class Pronoun, Possessive Our (exclusive)
Inyong Third Class Pronoun, Possessive Your (plural)
Ilang Third Class Pronoun, Possessive Their
Si 1st Class Marker for Singular specific noun
Sila si, ug si 1st Class Marker for Plural specific noun
Ang / 'y 1st Class Marker for Singular general noun
Ang mga / 'y mga 1st Class Marker for Plural general noun
Ni 2nd Class Marker for Singular specific noun
Nila ni, ug ni 2nd Class Marker for Plural specific noun
Sa / og 2nd Class Marker for Singular
Sa mga / og mga 2nd Class Marker for Plural
Kang 3rd Class Marker for Singular specific noun
Kang, ug kang 3rd Class Marker for Plural specific noun
Sa 3rd Class Marker for Singular general noun
Sa mga 3rd Class Marker for Plural general noun
Kini / kani / ni 1st Class General Pronouns This
Kana / na 1st Class General Pronouns That
Kadto / to 1st Class General Pronouns That (far)
Niini / niani / ini / ani 2nd Class General Pronouns This
Niana / ana 2nd Class General Pronouns That
Niadto / adto 2nd Class General Pronouns That (far)
Dinhi / diri 3rd Class General Pronouns Here
Dinha / diha 3rd Class General Pronouns There
Didto 3rd Class General Pronouns There (far)
Usa One
Duha Two
Tulo Three
Upat Four
Lima Five
Unom Six
Pito Seven
Walo Eight
Siyam / syam Nine
Napulo Ten
Pula Red
Asul Blue
Berde / Luntian Green
Dalag Yellow
Itom Black
Puti White
Kape Brown
Rosas Pink
Orins Orange
Bayolet Violet
Buntag Morning
Hapon Afternoon
Udto Noon
Gabii Evening
Sibuhano Cebuano
Ingles English
Maayo Good
Sab a particle, meaning "also"
Kumusta How
Man a particle used for showing politeness
Kamao Verb - To know
Ba a particle used for making a statement into a question
Ga may Little
Pa a particle, meaning "yet"
Lang a particle, meaning "only"
Tuon Verb - To study
Sulti Verb - To say
Karon Now
Sigi Okay
Unsa What
Ngalan / Pangalan Name
Amerikano American
Pilipino Filipino
Awstralyano Australian
Mestiso half Filipino, Spanish or American
Oo Yes
Asa Where
Puyo Verb - To live
Diay A particle used for showing surprise
Taga- Example: Taga-Butuan ako. From Example: Taga- Butuan ako. I am from Butuan.
Pwede Can
Bilids Village
Praktis Verb - to practice
Salamat Thank you
Prutas Fruit
Pila How much
Wala No Past and present form; Not having
Na a particle meaning "already"
Hangyo Discount / Bargain
Palit Verb - to buy
Utan Vegetable
Saging Banana
Kapayas Papaya
Guyabano Soursop
Palihog Please
Otroha Repeat
Hinay Slowly; Carefully
Saktu Correct; Right
Lansones A round tan fruit
Bayabas Guava
Pinya Pineapple
Anak Child (belonging to the subject or speaker)
Babae Girl; Woman
Lalaki Boy; Man
Idad Years (as in age)
Tunga Half
Sunod Following; Next
Tingali Maybe
Iru Dog
Iring Cat
Balay House; Home
Amigo Friend
Sakyanan Vehicle
Bana Husband
Asawa Wife
Pulos All
Adto Verb - to go
Balik Verb - to return
Paingon Going
Hatag Verb - to give
Wala Left (direction)
Tuo Right (direction)
Diretso Straight
Pulis Police
Dugay Late, long
Lungsod Town
Kasabot Understand
Bulan Month
Pagpakig-istorya Talking with
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