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Dagyaw is a Hiligaynon term for 'bayanihan' that exemplifies the concept of togetherness, which is the very nature and value proposition of the Participatory Governance Cabinet Cluster and the Open Government Partnership.
"Dagyaw"-- a Hiligaynon term for "Bayanihan" is a series of regional dialogues which aims to provide an avenue for public discussion and real time engagement with senior government officials through a town hall session.
In their rough and tumble neighborhood, seeking a life in the arts was taking the laughable and loathsome path of "Pintor Kulapol," a comic strip character in Hiligaynon Magazine who was a rich heredero son who went to Europe to study Fine Arts and wound up squandering the family fortune, a career both pathetic and financially untenable.
Handumanan is a Hiligaynon term that means 'legacy.'
Bisaya, which is a dialect with largely Cebuano and some Hiligaynon words, is widely spoken in Mindanao as well as Chavacano, Maguindanao, Maranao and Tagalog among others.
There is a section on language that teaches ways to say "thank you" in Filipino, Pampangan, Pangasinense, Cebuano, Hiligaynon, Waray, Maranao, and Ifugao.
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Dagyaw is a Hiligaynon term for 'bayanihan', exemplifying the concept of 'togetherness', which is the very nature and value proposition of the Participatory Governance Cluster (PGC) and the Open Government Partnership (OGP) initiated by President Rodrigo Duterte.
Namit (then said as namnam) is Hiligaynon for delicious.