What is hello in Ilocano?



Check out these phrases when meeting Ilocanos and converse like a local! Kablaaw – Hello! Naimbag nga bigat! – Good morning!

What is Kamusta in Ilocano?

Kumusta/Musta – Hello/Hi/How are you? Kasano ngay ti aldaw mo / yo?

How do you greet someone in Ilocano?





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What is good morning in Ilocano?

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ENGLISH TAGALOG ILOCANO
Good morning Magandang umaga Naimbag a bigat
Good Day Magandang araw Naimbag nga aldaw
Good afternoon Magandang hapon Naimbag a malem
Good evening Magandang gabi Naimbag a rabii

What is welcome Ilocano?





Useful phrases in Iloko

English Iloco (Iloko / Ilocano)
Welcome Naragsak nga Isasanbay Naragsak nga Idadanon
Hello (General greeting) Kablaaw
How are you? Kumusta? Mag-an?
Reply to ‘How are you?’ Nasayaat met, agyamanak! Mayat met (inf)

What is Ayaten in Ilocano?

I learned this from my late wife who was ilocano. Ay=I ayaten=love ka=you.

What is manyak in Ilocano?

Learn Ilocano: Good Morning, Good Day, Afternoon, and …

What is takaw in Ilocano?

English Word: Definition: stole. to have taken something, especially something that does not belong to you or to do something in a quick way, hoping not to be noticed.

What does UMAY mean in Ilocano?



to get closer or approach near

Umay in Ilocano means to get closer or approach near the speaking person or to get from one place to another.

What is Anong ginagawa mo in Ilocano?

Tagalog: Anong ginagawa mo? English: What are you doing? B. Ilocano: Agsibsibugak.

What are the basic Ilocano words?

Words and Phrases

English Ilocano Filipino/Tagalog
I’m waiting for you. Ur-urayen ka ket. Hinihintay kita eh.
Morning. Bigat. Umaga.
Noon. Aldaw. Tanghali.
Afternoon. Malem. Hapon.

What is Asawa Ko in Ilocano?



Definition: spouse. either member of a married pair in relation to the other; one’s husband or wife.

What is Ilocano of Mahal Kita?

English: I love you. Tagalog: Mahal kita. Ilocano: Ayayaten ka.