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Title: Learning Illongo
Post by: Lorenzo on March 10, 2010, 01:39:09 PM
For all the Illongo Speakers and those who know how to speak/write with proficiency in Illongo, can you please teach us?

The basics and even the complex, if possible.

:)



Salamat Gid,
Lorenzo
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: benelynne on March 10, 2010, 02:47:15 PM
To Bran, daw budlay gid ning ginahangyo mo, hay indi ta kabalo kon diin maumpisa. Ano ayhan kon mamangkot ka sang basic phrases or sentence patterns, kag amo lang na anay sabton namon?

Translation: Doy Bran, murag lisod man ning imong gihangyo, kay di ta kahibawo asa magsugod. Unsa kahag mangutana sa kag  basic phrases or sentence patterns, unya mao lang sa na'y among tubagon?

Example:  Unsay nga'n nimo?
              Ano ngalan mo?

              Asa ka gapuyo?
              Diin ka gaistar?

              Pilay idad nimo?
              Pila ka na ka tuig?

              Nahigugma ko nimo.
              Naluyag ko sa imo.

              Ka lami!
              Ka namit!

              Katahom gyud nimo!
              Kagwapa gid sa imo!

              Kasabot kag Cebuano?
              Makaintindi ka sang Cebuano?

              Mauwaw man ko motan-aw sa imong katahom!
              Nahuya gid ko matan-aw sa imo kagwapa.
            
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: Lorenzo on March 12, 2010, 02:20:27 AM
Tito Ben,

Can you start with the basic principles in Illongo?
Starting from the tonation, to words and sentence formation.
Take your time, Tito. By your pace.

Advanced Thanks. And Much Thanks.


Bran
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: Lorenzo on March 12, 2010, 02:22:28 AM
I love the examples, Tito Ben. Especially the endearing examples. ha ha ha!
One thing that I like about the Illongo dialect is the ending. "HAN"

:) Very airy.
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on September 17, 2010, 04:25:16 PM
Asa na man si Bolbuhol kay maoy atong pangkoton...  ;D
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: bugsay on September 17, 2010, 06:22:57 PM

indi gali Ilonggo si Bolbohol...
matan-aw sang ilawom sa ipok kon pisot ba....hahaha
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on September 17, 2010, 08:07:27 PM

He he, ningreklamo na ra ba to ngano kuno nga daghang threads nga naghisgot bahin og tuli...  ;D
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: Lorenzo on September 17, 2010, 08:38:41 PM

Perhaps you can teach me the basics of Ilonggo , Toy. You seem quite proficient in the language. The basics lang gud. Much appreciate it.
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on September 17, 2010, 08:49:26 PM

I lived in Ilonggo country for some time, but that was years ago. In truth I only have snatches of it now, and what is left is compromised by varying levels of exposure to other Philippine languages. As it is, I don't feel I can impart the little I know in any methodical way.
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: Lorenzo on September 17, 2010, 08:54:31 PM
Thanks anyway, Toy. Until then I will continue to read Ilonggo poems and get personal lessons from my darling (who is Ilongga).
I wish to be as proficient in Binisayang Ilonggo as I am in Binisayang Cebuano/Bolanon. Well that is the goal. A life goal, so to say. :)
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: bugsay on September 17, 2010, 08:57:12 PM

hehehe...si inday diay..mauy sleeping dictionary....cool!! ;D
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on September 17, 2010, 09:01:32 PM

Lingaw kaayong mag-ukay-ukay sa mga pahina kon maohon...  8)
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on September 17, 2010, 09:07:06 PM

All I can say now is that the intonation is just as important as the vocabulary. Padayon!
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: Lorenzo on September 17, 2010, 09:21:33 PM
The song that started my interest in the Hiligaynon Dialect (Ilonggo).
It was a song that someone sang to me, i was soothed at its words, and could not help from crying.
Ah,..


Dandasoy, Ilonggo (Western Visayas,Philippines)folk song. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_c7bflAahQ#)
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: kan-ogong on September 18, 2010, 03:20:32 AM
naaa di na jud to magpakita nahibaw man diaw mo pisot
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: bugsay on September 18, 2010, 08:59:41 AM

one page ra man ang gisul-ob...gawas kon double net... ;D
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on September 18, 2010, 12:29:43 PM

He he, welcome baya ang mga pisot diri...  ;D
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: Lorenzo on September 22, 2010, 11:38:26 AM

When cebuanos say:
"langgam" they look up.
When ilonggos hear cebuanos say:
"langgam" they look down.
reason?
langgam in visayan is bird.
langgam in ilonggo is equal to the tagalog meaning, ant.

In bisaya they call ants:
lamigas, sulom
in hiligaynon they call ants:
subay
the problem?
subay in bisaya is follow..like when you follow a certain path or roadway..you "subay sa dalan".

cebuanos say:
ilonggos are weird they eat "anay" and "bala"
ilonggos say:
cebuanos are weird they eat "sako" as in, kaon sa ko.

when cebuanos say "karon"
they mean "now".
when ilonggos say "karon"
they mean "later".

cebuanos say "bulong"
when they look for something or somebody.
ilonggos say "bulong"
when they want to treat a wound or their sick.
explanation?
"bulong" in visayan is, seek or look.
"bulong" in hiligaynon is, medicine.

bakukang in Visayan is a kind of bug.
bakukang in hiligaynon is a scar that they sometimes call colloid.

pilas for cebuanos is rashes.
pilas for ilonggos is wound, either big or small,fatal or not.

when they buy something, visayans say
"palit ko"
If the keeper is an ilonggo
most likely he will either point you to the nearest changing area or give you a change..
ilonggos translate that as similar to the tagalog translation of the word..

in ilonggo
we cook and eat "bugas"
in cebuano
girls hate "bugas"
why?
because "bugas" is rice grain in ilonggo
but it also refers to pimple in cebuano.

most of all, when they find out that they are talking to an ilonggo, cebuanos try to imitate hiligaynon but tend to over use the "haw", "ya" and "gid"
and when you hear them you can't really help but laugh coz they really sond so funny.

http://journalist.i.ph/blogs/journalist/2000/10/05/ilonggo-cebuanomagkaintindihan-nga-tayo/ (http://journalist.i.ph/blogs/journalist/2000/10/05/ilonggo-cebuanomagkaintindihan-nga-tayo/)

 ;D
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on March 09, 2012, 03:23:08 PM

May naa pisot pero indi galing Ilonggo haw... ;D

Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on March 09, 2012, 03:27:57 PM
1 patay tungod sa pulong pisot
http://www.sunstar.com.ph/ (http://www.sunstar.com.ph/)


USA ang patay samtang lain ang naangol sa pagpanunggab ug pagpamunal sa mga Ilonggo ngadto sa ilang mga kaubang Sugbuanon human sila tawga og pisot.

Ang mga biktima ug mga suspek kauban sa usa ka construction firm nga nagtrabaho sa usa ka edipisyo sa dalan Jasmin, Sto. Niño Village, siyudad sa Mandaue, pasado ala una kagahapon sa kaadlawon.

Ang nadunggaban patay giila sa kapulisan nga mao si Elmer Arisco, 27, taga Catmon, Cebu ug ang nabunalan mao si Nilo Montecillo, 32, taga Sogod, Cebu.

Ang mga suspek nga nanunggab ug namunal giilang mao sila si Rodulfo Caangay, 43, Rey Peñasosas, 31, Dante Panate, 31, Edgar Rebosquillo, 31, ug Freddy Molina, 42, pulos, taga Iloilo ug nagtrabaho isip mga construction worker.

Sa pasiuna nga imbestigasyon nga gihimo ni PO2 Rey Manatad sa Presento 4 sa Mandaue City Police Office (MCPO) nagbutyag nga natulog na ang mga suspek sa kasikbit nga bunk house nga gipuy-an sab sa mga biktima.

Apan si Caangay nakamata tungod sa kasaba ug iyang gipasanginlan si Arisco nga maoy nagsaba-saba.

Gibadlong ni Caangay si Arisco nga di maglangas kay mangatulog sila kay gikapoy sila sa ilang trabaho.

Apan kalit lang nadunggan ni Caangay nga dihay misinggit sa gawas nga “Saba mo diha, mga pisot mong mga Ilonggo.”

Nakapasuko kini kang Caangay ug sa iyang mga kaubang Ilonggo.

Dali silang namangon ang iyang mga kauban ug nisulong sa bunk house nga gipuy-an sa mga biktima.

Nakit-an na lang ni Jufel Caminade, kauban ni Arisco, ang mga suspek nga may dala nga kahoy nga niduol kang Arisco ug dayong pamunal sa mga suspek sa mga biktima.

Pagkahuman giduslakduslak si Arisco sa makadaghan nga higayon.

Si Montecillo sa iyang bahin niingon nga diha na siya sa taas sa bunk house dihang gisaka siya sa mga suspek ug gibunalan ang iyang ulo.

Human matumba ang mga biktima, daling ningsibat ang mga suspek balik sa ilang bunk house.

Daling nakaresponde ang kapulisan sa Mandaue ug nasikop ang mga suspek.

Si Caangay miingon nga wa siya makainom ug nakamata lang siya sa kasaba ug nasuko human sila gisiyagitan og pisot.


 :P



Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: BolBuhol on September 14, 2012, 05:59:44 PM
TOSIP gid ya tanud gid ba na mga ilonggo way gid ILUT?
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: Lorenzo on September 14, 2012, 08:54:12 PM
anu gin hambal mo?
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on September 15, 2012, 09:58:26 AM

He he, lantawon mo gid lang man hang yokip mo ya...
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: BolBuhol on September 24, 2012, 07:09:06 PM

hang olitsi gid sa yokip ko daw has papis daw ara sang domgang domgang pang koligkolig sang nene.
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: Pikoy on September 24, 2012, 07:13:50 PM

kolig kolig sang nene magkamoritsing sang tiktik ng yellow corn..;D ;D
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on September 24, 2012, 08:07:30 PM

Ano gid nga domga? Domgang tukoy-tukoy sang doghang daw ligid sang trak sang tubo? Ipapang-os mo gid sang nene mo haw..
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: hubag bohol on September 24, 2012, 08:09:17 PM

Bwahaha! Binlod gid ya, manugpilik sang bilahang sang nene ensegida... ;D
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: Lorenzo on October 04, 2012, 04:00:11 AM
Wala ko sang may nabal-an ;D
Title: Re: Learning Illongo
Post by: Lorenzo on October 04, 2012, 04:00:57 AM
Palangga ko ikaw ;)
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