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Noun1.Cebuano - language of the people of Cebu in the Philippines; its lexicon contributes to the official language of the Philippines
Philippine, Filipino - official language of the Philippines; based on Tagalog; draws its lexicon from other Philippine languages
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You can now use Baybayin and other indigenous scripts when searching through Gboard, as well as translate Cebuano words using Word Lens.
Cebuano hotshot eyes PBA return !-- -- John Bryan Ulanday (The Philippine Star) - August 7, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines After a four-year absence, Cebuano guard Eloy Poligrates made a roaring return to cage action the other day for Marinerong Pilipino in the PBA D-League Foundation Cup.
The eight Cebuano passengers were on board one of the motor bancas that capsized in separate mishaps at Guimaras Strait.
It was in the late '40s that Cebuano films started making a comeback.
Escobia said the festival encourages the use of Visayan, Cebuano Boholano dialects for the song's lyrics.
Claiming assistance 10lb claimers Conor McGovern and Donnacha O'Brien offer a huge assistance to their mounts Cebuano and Waver.
BisRock was originally coined to refer to rock music written in Cebuano, the most widely spoken of the Visayan languages.
Many programs will be dubbed in Cebuano, the dialect spoken in Mindanao and in the south of the Philippines.
You may not have people in your district who can translate languages such as Pashto from Afghanistan or Cebuano from the Philippines, but those resources are available online.
The tianak or patianak (also referred to as dwende) in Tagalog is synonymous with the Bikol patyanak, the fusion of an untimely discharged human foetus and a tiny black bird whose mournful wailing resembles that of an infant, and the Cebuano mantiyanak, a supernatural being of a brownish hue who preys on new-born infants.
Karlo Mongaya, gave a fascinating lecture on 'budots,' which is Cebuano (or, more specifically, Davao Cebuano) for the dances of 'tambay' (bugoy in Cebuano) in Davao City.