Add. [noun] affectionate name for a younger sibling/brother/sister.
This is not actually a native Tagalog word, but a Filipino word from Ilocano, a language completely different from Tagalog. It’s heard widely enough in the Philippines that many if not most Filipinos know what it means. Take care of your brothers.
I love you. I love you. Ay-ayaten ka unay.
The most common Filipino word for grandmother is lola. The suffix tuhod is added to indicate a great-grandmother: lola sa tuhod.
Definition for the Tagalog word ading:
ading. [noun] affectionate name for a younger sibling/brother/sister.
English: I love you. Tagalog: We are dear. German: I love you.
Definition: gross. extremely objectionable, insulting or disgusting.
The Ilocano and Tagalog pronoun for the English pronoun my is ko, while ako is the equivalent of the English pronoun I – except it has the -n appended, which is now the adverb / already.
(vulgar) coitus; intercourse.
Mánong– Elder brother, same as Manang. Áding – Younger siblings or someone younger than you. Balásangko – My young lady. Baroque- My young man.
The Ilocano (Iloko) language is spoken by approximately 10 million people. The Philippines is one of the most densely populated areas of the Philippines
English word: definition: brother. a male descendant who shares both parents with another descendant.
Screengrab of Momzilla’s movie trailer | © Sternkino. Previously, the definition of a “tita” simply referred to an aunt – either on the maternal or paternal side of the family. In the Filipino context, the definition was also extended to include friends, work colleagues or parents’ colleagues.
Filipino is the Hispanic (or Anglicized) way of referring to both the people and language of the Philippines. Note that it is also correct to say Filipino for a man and Filipina for a woman.
Definition of LOL
laugh out loud; laugh out loud.