Learning Tagalog, Cebuano, and Bikol Words…Fast and Easy!
Mabuhay! Welcome to Dilang Pinoy! If you’re trying to find how to say a certain English word in Tagalog, or perhaps in Visayan/Cebuano or Bikol dialects, then you’ve come to the right place! Dilang Pinoy can be literally translated to “Tongue Pinoy” which means “Filipino Tongue” or “Pinoy Tongue”.
Languages and Dialects in the Philippines
In the Philippines, the national language is Tagalog or Filipino which most Filipinos learn in school or at home, to be able to converse and understand each other. Why the need? Well, the Philippines is composed of many islands, and with it comes a diverse blend of traditions, cultures, languages, and dialects from the different regions of the country. Among the popular dialects spoken are Bisaya or Cebuano – which is popularly spoken by many residents in the Visayas and Mindanao regions of the Philippines, and the Bikol dialect – spoken by the proud Bicolanos in the Bicol Region.
Learn Tagalog, Cebuano, or Bikol Words
A good majority of the population in the Philippines can speak and understand English. However, during your daily encounter or destination travels in the country, it’s very much possible that you will engage with Filipinos who didn’t learn English growing up. Therefore, it will be much easier for you to at least know a few Tagalog words or phrases as well as some Cebuano or Bikol words if you plan to visit family, friends, or tourist destinations in Cebu or Bicol. Not only will you gain respect and impress the native Filipinos with your linguistic prowess, but it will also help you connect and deeply appreciate the diversity of Filipino heritage and culture.
Start Learning with Dilang Pinoy Today!
Dilang Pinoy is a quick reference guide of English words translated in Tagalog, Cebuano, or Bikol. The site is designed to be simple yet will provide an effective way to find the translation of a word fast and easy. All you have to do is find the English word from the A-Z menu above and you’re off to start your journey in learning its Tagalog, Cebuano, and Bikol translations!