What is Chaka Philippines?

[adjective] ugly (slang) Root: chaka.

What does Chaka mean?

A user from Virginia, U.S. says the name Chaka is of Swahili origin and means “Blazing Sun“. A submission from Canada says the name Chaka means “Zulu Tribe leader” and is of African origin.

What does Sakalam mean?

Sakalam has become one of the most popularly used words in the Tagalog lexicon. However, Sakalam is merely the inverse of the word “Malakas”. Sakalam can be used to describe someone who has achieved something.

What is Ouch Filipino?

Translation for word Ouch! in Tagalog is : Aray!

What is Maarte Filipino?

Maarte is a Tagalog word that implies someone is a little aloof, a little stuck up and a little hard to please.

Is Chaka a boy or girl?

Chaka is a boy’s name.

What does Chata mean in text?

Chula is Spanish slang for “cute” or “a beautiful woman,” often seen in mami chula (“hottie”).

What is the meaning of Saknong?

Tagalog. saknong n. section of a ricefield assigned to one for harvesting.

How do you say ow in Filipino?

The English word “ow” can be translated as the following word in Tagalog: 1.) aráy – [interjection] ouch; ow more…

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What is aray English?

ouch. interjection. en expression of one’s own physical pain.

Is Maarte an insult?

The Tagalog word maarte originally meant artful or artsy. But it is now used to describe someone, especially a young woman, who can be nitpicky and by extension pretentious. It has a negative connotation, but not a very strong one. A girl who’s called maarte is very particular about how things are done.

What is nitpicky in Tagalog?

Translation for word Nitpick in Tagalog is : itlog ng kuto-pick.

What is Mataray in Tagalog means?

The Tagalog word mataray is used to describe women who answer you back in a sharp, snappy way. Filipino women are socially expected to be nice and modest. Any woman who answers back bluntly or brusquely is given the label mataray and is associated with pretentiousness and bitchiness.

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