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    paluwagan = contest of who has the widest *toot*?



    How about weekly mutual fund?


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    ^eh paano kung tuwing makalawa ang suwelduhan?


    ang "anuman" ba ay "anything" ?

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    ^^ Maaari. Depene siguro sa konteksto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by la_flash View Post
    paluwagan = contest of who has the widest *toot*?



    How about weekly mutual fund?

    Ahahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by la_flash View Post
    paluwagan = contest of who has the widest *toot*?



    How about weekly mutual fund?
    Ano po ba ang paluwagan? If it is what I think it is, sa Bisaya we call it "dawat-dawat" and in english its sinking fund (the regular folks or the ordinary man on the street's version of the "sinking fund" concept in big business because money is pooled).

    EDITED TO ADD when I back read and saw the original post from akosilester:

    Quote Originally Posted by akosilester View Post
    tsaka may English term ba para sa "paluwagan"?
    yung money-pooling ng isang grupo, tapos may susuweldo weekly...

    I think it's "sinking fund".

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    walang anuman-no big deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by akosilester View Post
    tsaka may English term ba para sa "paluwagan"?
    yung money-pooling ng isang grupo, tapos may susuweldo weekly...
    There is no official English translation for paluwagan, but there are coined terms such as "savings group," "group mutual fund," "savings and loans association," and "solidarity bank."

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    Quote Originally Posted by akosilester View Post
    ^wala bang verbatim translation? hehe

    kasi parang di naman sakto ang "no problem"
    It's one of the many ways of interpreting it, whatever, no sweat Ace/Holmes, don't mention it, you're welcome. anytime friend, or no worries!

  10. #1010
    Quote Originally Posted by starczamora View Post
    There is no official English translation for paluwagan, but there are coined terms such as "savings group," "group mutual fund," "savings and loans association," and "solidarity bank."
    You pretty much cover the def!

  11. #1011
    Pluwagan- can be define as pooling money together by a group of co-employees where in @ pay time one gets the pot & the next pay day another one of the group gets it this time so on in a cycle......walang anuman if w/ my mexican crew we'll say De Nada wey! If address towards yours truly instead of wey they say CHINO....

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPN View Post
    Ano po ba ang paluwagan? If it is what I think it is, sa Bisaya we call it "dawat-dawat" and in english its sinking fund (the regular folks or the ordinary man on the street's version of the "sinking fund" concept in big business because money is pooled).

    EDITED TO ADD when I back read and saw the original post from akosilester:




    I think it's "sinking fund".
    hindi ba "palubugan" yan? sink eh

    ang corny



    ano naman ang English ng "amuyong" ?
    nakita ko lang sa pinto nung nadaanan kong computer rental shop

    "bawal ang amuyong"

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    Quote Originally Posted by akosilester View Post
    hindi ba "palubugan" yan? sink eh

    ang corny



    ano naman ang English ng "amuyong" ?
    nakita ko lang sa pinto nung nadaanan kong computer rental shop

    "bawal ang amuyong"
    freeloaders? Hehe.

  14. #1014
    e ang sayote??? sayote na gulay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by akosilester View Post
    hindi ba "palubugan" yan? sink eh

    ang corny



    ano naman ang English ng "amuyong" ?
    nakita ko lang sa pinto nung nadaanan kong computer rental shop

    "bawal ang amuyong"
    Loiterers as in "NO LOITERERS/LOITERING AROUND PREMISES" otherwise Smith & Wesson will get mad.

  16. #1016
    Quote Originally Posted by seven13 View Post
    e ang sayote??? sayote na gulay?
    same but the spelling may vary like chayote, chayotte, or by how we spell it, that's what I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tripkoyan View Post
    freeloaders? Hehe.
    I agree with that def. or peon as in your go to guy, or you can also say hangers on, smoochers, leeches like those of Rappers & such.

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    Sayote.

    Quote Originally Posted by seven13 View Post
    e ang sayote??? sayote na gulay?
    Sayote = choko

    -Just_JT
    Masarap.sa.tinolang.manok.

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    Amuyong.

    Quote Originally Posted by akosilester View Post
    ano naman ang English ng "amuyong" ?
    nakita ko lang sa pinto nung nadaanan kong computer rental shop

    "bawal ang amuyong"
    Amuyong = kibbitzers or onlookers.

    -Just_JT
    Originally.to.denote.chess.onlookers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NkmDed View Post
    Loiterers as in "NO LOITERERS/LOITERING AROUND PREMISES" otherwise Smith & Wesson will get mad.
    ang alam ko, mga tambay ang loiterers

    Quote Originally Posted by JUST_JT View Post
    Amuyong = kibbitzers or onlookers.

    -Just_JT
    Originally.to.denote.chess.onlookers.
    ah, mga amuyong pala tawag sa mga nakatanghod lang...

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