In Tagalog, Happy/Merry Christmas is ‘Maligayang Pasko’; in Ilocano it’s ‘Naragsak nga Paskua’; in Ilonggo it’s ‘Malipayon nga Pascua’; in Sugbuhanon or Cebuano it’s ‘Maayong Pasko’; in Bicolano they say ‘Maugmang Pasko’ in Pangalatok or Pangasinense they say ‘Maabig ya pasko’ or ‘Magayagan inkianac’; and in Warey …
Do Filipinos say Feliz Navidad?
With the Philippines having been under Spanish colonial rule for hundreds of years, most Filipinos do understand what the phrase means, especially with the added familiarity with Puerto Rican singer Jose Feliciano’s classic Christmas song “Feliz Navidad,” which was released in 1970.
How do you wish Merry Christmas in Tagalog?
Maligayang Pasko – Merry Christmas (Tagalog)
What is the Filipino word for Christmas?
Useful Words for the Holidays
|Christmas Decorations||Mga Dekorasyog Pang-Pasko|
|Christmas Songs||Mga Kantang Pang-Pasko|
Do they celebrate Christmas in the Philippines?
Filipinos love an excuse to party, and Christmas is the biggest, longest party of all. In the Philippines, they start celebrating three months early, giving them the longest Christmas season in the world!
What makes Christmas in the Philippines unique?
Filipinos welcome the season uniquely with different flavors and traditions that make Christmas extra special. … The Filipino’s strong sense of family and preserving ties make Christmas the perfect time to share love and blessings with each other. Christmas in the Philippines is all about families.
What is Halloween in Tagalog?
The English word “halloween” can be translated as the following word in Tagalog: 1.) Undás – [noun] Day of the Dead (holiday); All Saints’ Day more…