Cebuano and Tagalog are two of the most common languages used in the Philippines.
These two languages are closely related and some words even appear on both but just have slightly different meanings.
So here are some Cebuano words that are also found in Filipino/Tagalog but turn out to have completely different definitions:
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Tagalog: A big flyidiosyncraticinklings.wordpress.com
Cebuano: Rainbow, can also be called balangawwww.janesarabia.com
Tagalog: Seed or boneblogs.filipinopod101.com
Cebuano: to explode, blast. I know what you think. It can also mean ‘female genitalia’ if you change the way it’s pronounced.abc.net.au
Tagalog: To put, or bribeserdef.org
Cebuano: Unfortunately, there’s no other meaning aside from ‘male genitalia’livingincebuforums.com
Tagalog: AntAlex Wild via sbs.utexas.edu
Tagalog: To find recreation, to entertainlarongpinoyweb.blogspot.com
Cebuano: It simply means to defecate, nothing extraordinaryGreg Goodman | www.adventuresofagoodman.com
Tagalog: When playing childhood games, taya means ‘it’.
When watching a Pacquiao fight, taya means ‘to bet’.traveling-up.com
Cebuano: To mate, usually refers to animals matingvickilanemysteries.blogspot.com