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    Hi guys...

    Can anyone help me translate this into english for me?

    hello muztah kna pla...miz na kita...ano bgo clan muh ngaun..ingat &

    Cinggg... makan" donk... gw tunggu y cinggg!!!!

    Thank you so much!
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    Default Re: Tagalog translation

    hello means hello

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    Already googled and tried those links.
    All quite useless.... =(
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    Default Re: Tagalog translation

    i think most of them are slang or mixed with english

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    Default Re: Tagalog translation

    Definitely slang there. "muztah" is short for "Kamusta ka?" or "How are you?"

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    Curiosity murdered the cat you know..

    i'll help as much as i can

    kita = we
    ingat = remember

    2nd line: cinggg = i think this is a calling name
    makan2 donk = lets go out and eat OR lets eat out.. *your shout*
    gw tunggu y cinggg = I'm waiting yahhh


    Quote Originally Posted by Paranoia08 View Post
    Hi guys...

    Can anyone help me translate this into english for me?

    hello muztah kna pla...miz na kita...ano bgo clan muh ngaun..ingat &

    Cinggg... makan" donk... gw tunggu y cinggg!!!!

    Thank you so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paranoia08 View Post
    Hi guys...

    Can anyone help me translate this into english for me?

    hello muztah kna pla...miz na kita...ano bgo clan muh ngaun..ingat &

    Cinggg... makan" donk... gw tunggu y cinggg!!!!

    Thank you so much!
    I got my office neigbour (who comes from phillippines).. to help...

    hello muztah kna pla...miz na kita...ano bgo clan muh ngaun..ingat --- tagalog
    hello, how are you...she misses you...what's new about you now...take care.

    Cinggg... makan" donk... gw tunggu y cinggg!!!!-- another philippines dialect she din understand..

    hope it helps..

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    Arrow Re: Tagalog translation

    I believe that's Bahasa Indonesia used for sms, where everything is in short form.

    HTH.
    Last edited by xtemujin; 26th June 2008 at 01:16 PM.

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    Thank you all so much.... =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paranoia08 View Post
    Hi guys...

    Can anyone help me translate this into english for me?

    hello muztah kna pla...miz na kita...ano bgo clan muh ngaun..ingat &

    Cinggg... makan" donk... gw tunggu y cinggg!!!!

    Thank you so much!
    The second one is definitely Indonesian sms style.

    "Cinggg", could be the person's name, but most probably it is just calling personification, something like "Man, or Dude".
    "Makan2 donk", asking for a meal treat. E.g. somebody win 4D, we will say to him "Makan2 donk", meaning, the 4d winner is expected to give us a treat.
    "gw tunggu y", means "I am waiting yah".

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    Haha... got new sentence here....

    "baby how are you? papa always here palitan m na password mo alam ko prin hehehe yngat mwuah....."


    This is like a language learning centre for me...
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