Melt Ya Face - Netflix

Posted on Sat 23 March 2019 in netflix

Music from artists you know and those you've never heard of.

Type: Variety

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-09-30

Melt Ya Face - Kapampangan language - Netflix

Kapampangan, Pampango, or the Pampangan language is one of the major languages of the Philippines. It is spoken in the province of Pampanga, most parts of Tarlac and Bataan. Kapampangan is also understood in some municipalities of Bulacan and Nueva Ecija and by the Aeta or Aeta of Zambales. The language is also referred to honorifically in the Kapampangan language as Amánung Sísuan, meaning “breastfed/nurtured language.” In 2012, Kapampangan was one of the major languages of the Philippines, taught and studied formally in schools and universities.

Melt Ya Face - Loan words - Netflix

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Kapampangan borrowed many words from Chinese especially from Cantonese and Hokkien. Examples are: ápû 阿婆 “(maternal) grandmother” impû 外婆 "(paternal) grandmother' ingkung 外公 “(paternal) grandfather” atchi 阿姐 “eldest sister” koya 哥仔 “eldest brother” susi 鎖匙 “key” pansit 便食 “noodles” (lit.“instant meal”) buisit 無衣食 “bad luck” (lit.“without clothes and food”) Due to the influence of Buddhism and Hinduism, Kapampangan also acquired words from Sanskrit. A few examples are: alaya “home” from Sanskrit आलय alaya kalma “fate” from Sanskrit कर्म karma damla “divine law” from Sanskrit धर्म dharma mantala “magic formulas” from Sanskrit मन्त्र mantra upaya “power” from Sanskrit उपाय upaya siuala “voice” from Sanskrit स्वर svara lupa “face” from Sanskrit रुपा rupa sabla “every” from Sanskrit सर्व sarva lawu “eclipse” from Sanskrit राहु rahu galura “giant eagle” (a surname) from Sanskrit गरुड garuda laksina “south” (a surname) from Sanskrit दक्षिण dakshin laksamana “admiral” (a surname) from Sanskrit लक्ष्मण lakshmana Also, there are many Spanish loan words present today, given its more than three hundred years of occupation. Among a few examples are suerti from Spanish suerte (luck), kurus from cruz (cross), karni from carne (meat), korsunada from corazonada (crush), kasapego and casa fuego (matchbox) Examples of words Manyaman - masarap Maritak - konti/makonti Malagu -maganda Matsura

Melt Ya Face - References - Netflix