What is Chika in Filipino?

What does Chika mean in Tagalog?

Chika (chee-kah) / Gossip.

What Chika means?

Chika (ちか, チカ) is a feminine Japanese given name. The name Chika can be written with the kanji characters 千 (chi) meaning “thousand“, 智 (chi) meaning “wisdom, intellect” or 散 (chi) meaning “scatter” combined with 佳 (ka) meaning “good, fine” or 花 (ka) meaning “flower”.

What is Arat in Tagalog?

@TWJRY it means “tara na“(let’s go) arat is an inverted slang word.

What is AWIT Filipino slang?

Awit — It’s the Tagalog word for song. But now it’s an expression used to pertain to a painful feeling or disappointment. Derived from the word “ouch or aww.”

Is Chica a bad word?

Dear Gabacha: While chica isn’t the most formal of expressions (it means “girl” in Spanish), it’s also hardly the most insulting Mexican-Spanish term that a male stranger would use to get a woman’s attention.

Is Chica a name?

Meaning of Chica: Name Chica in the Spanish origin, means A sweet little girl. Name Chica is of Spanish origin and is a Girl name.

How do you say the name Chika?

it could be fully written as “chikadibia,or chikaodi” which means,God is greater than herbalist, it is in God’s hands. but just chika means, God is greater.

Pronounce Names.

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Pronunciation: sh EE’ k A
Origin: spanish
Meaning: Hot girl

What are some cool Filipino words?

Check out 10 Filipino words that are fun to say.

  • Mutya (n.) – Precious gemstone.
  • Kalinaw (n.) – Peace or tranquility.
  • Ngiti (n.) – Smile.
  • Dalisay (adj.) – Pure.
  • Ligaya (adj.) – Joy.
  • Gunita (n.) – Memory.
  • Takipsilim (n.) – Twilight.
  • Kinaadman (n.) – Knowledge.

Is AWIT a bad word?

Awit: Although this word has in the past traditionally been used to refer to a “song,” many young people now use it as a contraction of aw, sakit, which means “ouch.” Many millennials don’t use it literally to refer to physical pain, however, and use it more as a general term to refer to a negative or undesirable