Can someone tell me the English translation for the Tagalog (Philippines) audibles?

I chatted on Yahoo Messenger with someone from the Philippines. There are some international audibles there, and I experimented with them, but I'd like to know what those Tagalog phrases mean in English, so the next time I chat, I'll be able to understand more of the conversation.

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I chatted on Yahoo Messenger with someone from the Philippines. There are some international audibles there, and I experimented with them, but I'd like to know what those Tagalog phrases mean in English, so the next time I chat, I'll be able to understand more of the conversation.

Yahoo messenger's Tagalog audibles include the following phrases:

ok ka lang?

ang cute cute mo talaga!!

korek ka dyan!!

Hanep! astig ng dating mo pare!!

Teka muna

Sori, strik ang parents ko!

Ganun?

Wow pare . . . bigat

Maraming salamat po! Mabuhay po kayo!

Sige po! Paalam!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    maybe you could post them so i'll be able to translate them for you ; )

    added:

    ok here they are:

    1. the foot: hello? ok ka lang? (hello? are you ok?)

    2. the bunny : ang cute cute mo talaga (you're really cute)

    3. the lady: korek ka dyan! (you're right)

    4. the scarecrow: hanep! astig ang dating mo pare! (hanep

    (could mean wow! or great!) so = wow! you're cool!)

    5. the turtle: hmm, teka muna (hmm, wait a minute/sec)

    6. the tarsier: sori, strict ang parents ko (sorry, my parents are strict)

    7. the starfish: ganun? (really?)

    8. the skull: wow pare! bigat! (wow man! thats loaded)

    9. the pinoy: maraming salamat po! mabuhay po kayo (thank you very much! long live!) mabuhay means long live. its a philippine greeting equivalent to the westerners "welcome".

    10. the tamaraw: sige po! paalam! (ok then! goodbye/until next time)

    hope that helps you ; )

  • 5 years ago

    i love you

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