Browse Vernacular - English
Ca-Pluralizer on certain nouns, formed from the first consonant (C) of the noun plus the vowel a.Pagtoldok tanandia ong mamola kada apon.She teaches the children every afternoon.
CambianThe name of a barangay located in the north-northeast part of a town.rel wdAbagatkambian 1
Cristo1var. ofKristo1KristoChrist. (Referring to Jesus Christ, the Son of God.)Kristiano tang goy ong mga pamagto ong ni Cristo. Christians are what those who believe in Christ are called.
CV-1Present tense, actor focus.Pirming tatabid ong tatay na.He always goes along with his father.Magi ang loloak ang lolongay atan ong mga binit tang baybay.Magi is a plant that grows there at the edge of the beach.
CV-2Present, instrument focus.Onopay kakatep mo ong balay?What are you using to roof your house?
-CV-1Intensifier for adjectives, occuring together with the prefix ka-.Kasisinlo tang lambong mo!Your dress is so very beautiful!
-CV-2Pluralizer for nouns, occuring with the collective ka--an affix.Inalig nira tang kabobokidan. They went all around the hills.