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Word for the Day: Nasam-it

Nasam-it (adj) Nasam-it iti cake dijay Molly's cupcakes. The cake at Molly's Cupcake are sweet. Sweet, English Matamis, Tagalog

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Word for the Day – Dugol

Dugol (noun) - bukol in Tagalog, bump or swelling in English

Ilocano Word for the Day – Agas

Agas (n)– means medicine or cure. /a-gas/ with the stress on second syllable.    Agas daytos iti sakit ulo.=> This  is a medicine for headache. => Gamot eto sa sakit ng ulo. Ilocano => English => Tagalog Agas => medicine , cure=> gamot

Ilocano Word for the Day – Nariro

Nariro (adj)– means confusing. /na-ri-ro/ with the stress on second syllable.    Nariro daytoy mapam.=> Your map is confusing . => Nakakalito ang mapa mo. Ilocano => English => Tagalog Nariro=> confusing=>nakakalito

Ilocano Word for the Day – Takrut

Takrut (n)– means coward. /tak-rut/ with the stress on second syllable.    Takrut iti agtaray nga umuna.=> The first to run is a coward. => Duwag ang unang tatakbo. Ilocano => English => Tagalog Takrut => coward=> duwag

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Ilocano Word for the Day – Napudot

Napudot (adj)– means hot. /na-pu-dot/ with the stress on second syllable.    nagpudot – means very hot Nagpudot ditoy ili.=> It's very hot in the city. => Ang init-init dito sa lungsod. Ilocano => English => Tagalog Napudot => hot=>mainit

Ilocano Word for the Day – Bartek

Bartek (adj)– means drunkard. /bar-tek/ with the stress on second syllable.    (v) - also means to get drunk Bartek (adj) iti ama na.=> His father is a drunkard. => Lasenggo ang tatay nya. Ilocano => English => Tagalog Bartek => drunkard=> lasenggo

Ilocano Word for the Day – Bassit

Bassit (adj)– means small in size or quantity. /bas-sit/ with the stress on second syllable. Bassit iti lubong. => The world is small. => Maliit ang mundo. Ilocano => English => Tagalog Bassit => small/less => maliit/kaunti

Ilocano Word for the Day – Sangaili

Sangaili (n) – means visitor. /sa-nga-i-li/ with the stress on third syllable. Nagapu Europe iti sangaili mi. => Our visitor came from Europe. => Galing ng Europa ang aming panauhin. Ilocano => English => Tagalog Sangaili => visitor => panauhin

Ilocano Word for the Day – Balla

Balla (n) (adj)– means crazy or the crazy one. /bal-la/ with the stress on second syllable. Nagbalin nga balla kakapanunot. => Too much thinking made her crazy. => Naging sira ulo sa kakaisip. Ilocano => English => Tagalog Balla => crazy => luko-luko/siraulo