How do you say " salamat" in Waray, Bicolano, Pangasenense, Ilocano and other dialect here in the Philippines?

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  • Coy answered 6 years ago
Chavacano (Zamboanga City) - Gracias.
Yakan (Basilan) - Megsukul teed.
Tausug (Sulu) - Magsukol.
Cebuano - Salamat.

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I speak them.
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  • kitz answered 6 years ago
    try to visit www.leytesamar.org
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  • ericka answered 6 years ago
    pangsinense - salamat.
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  • julia answered 6 years ago
    "Thank you" in bicol. mabálos inti-ag
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  • weeman answered 6 years ago
    waray is the same= salamat
    but it you want to say =thank you very much(damo nga salamat)
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  • Chris answered 6 years ago
    Cebuano - Salamat (To make it Many Thanks - Daghang Salamat)
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  • Dina answered 6 years ago
    Waray is the same - Salamat.
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  • Oscar answered 6 years ago
    Ilocano - agyaman ak
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  • t-cast answered 6 years ago
    in Bicolano, the popular pharse is "Dios Mabalos (God bless you)". Its not the direct translation of "Salamat" but it has the same meaning/intention of giving thanks.
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