What does Sister mean in Philippines?

What do Filipinos call their family members?

To start with, any Filipino family is called either a pamilya or mag-anak. To be called a pamilya, you’d need a mother, a father, and a child. Anyone after that will be called your kamag-anak, or a member of your extended family.

How do you say sister in Ilocano?

Mánang- Older sister, family or any female older than you, but to young to be Aunt. Mánong- Older brother, same as Manang. Áding- Younger sibling, or anyone younger than you.

What do you call a younger brother in the Philippines?

brother- kapatid na lalake/kuya(older brother) bunso– youngest sibling(either male/female)

What is sister in Ilocano?

Ading (Ilocano for ‘younger brother/sister’) T-Shirt.

What is younger sister in Ilocano?

Pate, Ading(Ilocano) Younger sibling.

What is Lolo in Ilocano?

Ilocano. apo a baket, lola, lelang.

What does po mean in Filipino?

Some very basic and common words for showing respect are po and opo. They both basically mean “yes” in a respectful way but used differently in sentences. Po is interjected in any sentence to make it respectful when talking to someone older or to a person in authority.

What is the opposite of Kuya?

Bunso is the opposite of Kuya.

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