This Tagalog word can mean both ‘weather’ and ‘time’.
This word is from the Spanish horas (meaning: ‘hours’).
The Tagalog word salapi used to mean a fifty-centavo coin in the old days. It is now used to mean “money” in general.
Slang word possibly from the English phrase “Let’s hear it” or less likely “Share it.”
give up guessing the answer to a riddle
kupás: out of date Continue reading “KUPAS”
likely from the English words “up here”
“Gimme five… Up here!”
Nanalo tayo. Apir!
We won. High five!
did a high-five
Umapir sa telebisyon.
Appeared on television.