Yagit is Tagalog but widely accepted in Bisaya which means dirty, poor, filth or rubbish. There’s a phrase “Batang Yagit”, this means street children or children that were left by parents and no one to take care for them.
Pasayan in Bisaya Is a delicious sea food-simply shrimp in english. In Filipino it could denote a beautiful body coupled with ugly face just like shrimp where body is consumed but the head is thrown away
Lumad Bisaya ka?
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Apparently, nag-anam na ka wagtang ang pinulungang bisaya ilabi na ang mga laglum nga binisaya. Gamay na lang mga nakahibalo ani ug hangtod mawagtang na gyud. So the reason for the author to give birth of this site Bisdak Words.
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Ag Molde is a native Cebuano. He speak bisaya and sing along with bisrock songs. He loves Cebu, the foods, the places and the people.