Wedding Greetings

wedding, marriage

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Valentine’s Day Greetings

Most Filipinos simply use the English greeting ‘Happy Valentine’s Day‘ on February 14. But if you wish to make an effort to express your Valentine feelings in Tagalog, here are a few phrases and greetings that you can write on a card or in a letter. Continue reading “Valentine’s Day Greetings”

Tagalog Greetings for Holidays and Special Occasions

The Tagalog word for ‘greeting’ is bati.

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‘Happy New Year’ in Tagalog

Wish your friends a happy new year in the Filipino language!





Manigong Bagong Taon!
A Prosperous New Year!
(traditional greeting for the new year)

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Greetings for the New Year

Wish your Filipino friends a Happy New Year in Tagalog!

The traditional Filipino new year’s greeting is Manigong Bagong Taon, which literally means A Prosperous New Year. Below you can find different Tagalog greetings that you can write on cards for the New Year or even say as a toast on New Year’s eve.

Kasiyahan, Katuwaan at Tawanan sa Bisperas ng Bagong Taon!
Fun, Merriment and Laughter on New Year’s Eve!

Kapayapaan, Kasaganahan at Kasiyahan sa Bagong Taon!
Peace, Prosperity and Happiness in the New Year!

Tuloy ang Saya sa Bagong Taon!
The Fun Continues in the New Year!

Isang Magandang Kinabukasan Para sa Ating Lahat
A Beautiful Tomorrow For All of Us

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List of Holiday Greetings

Manigong Bagong Taon!
Prosperous New Year!
= Happy New Year!

Maligayang Pasko!

Merry Christmas!

Maligayang Araw ng Mga Puso!
Happy Day of Hearts!
Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Happy Valentine’s Day!!!




mga puso

Araw ng Mga Puso
Day of Hearts
= Valentine’s Day

Maligayang Araw ng Mga Puso!
Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Mother’s Day this year (2016) is on Sunday, May 8th. Do you know what to say to your Nanay in Tagalog?

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