Learn how to speak tagalog | 15 different emotions in tagalog

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Have you ever went to the Philippines and were told words you don’t understand? Here we will learn about some of the basic words in the Filipino Vocabulary. Today we will learn about the different emotions in Tagalog or as we say it in the Philippines “Mga Damdamin.” So let’s get started.

 

Happy – Masaya

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First we have “Masaya” which is “happy” in tagalog. For example “Masaya ako” which means “I’m Happy.”

 

Sad – Malungkot

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Next we have “Malungkot” which is “Sad” in tagalog. For example “Malungkot ang best friend ko” which means “My bestfriend is sad.”

 

Mad – Galit

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Next we have “Galit” which is “Mad” in tagalog. For example “Galit si mama” which means “Mom is mad.”

 

Surprised – Gulat

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Next we have “Gulat” which is “Surprised” in tagalog. For example “Nagulat ako sa pelikula” which means “I was surprised by that movie.”

 

Disappointed – Bigo

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Next we have “Bigo” which is “Disappointed” in tagalog. For example “Binigo mo ko sa grades mo” which means “Your grades disappointed me.”

 

Embarrassed – Napahiya

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Next we have “Napahiya” which is “Embarrassed” in tagalog. For example “Napahiya ako sa ginawa mo” which means “What you did embarrassed me.”

 

Annoyed – Inis

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Next we have “Inis” which is “Annoyed” in tagalog. For example “Kanina ka pa, Naiinis na ako” which means “You have been doing this for a while, I’m getting annoyed.”

 

Sleepy – Inaantok

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Next we have “Inaantok” which is “Sleepy” in tagalog. For example “Inaantok ka na ba?” which means “Are you sleepy?”

 

Hungry – gutom

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Next we have “Gutom” which is “Hungry” in tagalog. For example “Kanina pa ako gutom” which means “I’ve been hungry for a while now.”

 

Bored – naiinip

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Next we have “Naiinip” which is “Bored” in tagalog. For example “Wala ako magawa naiinip na ako” which means “I have nothing to do, I’m getting bored.”

 

Tired – pagod

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Next we have “Pagod” which is “Tired” in tagalog. For example “Pagod na ako sa mga kalokohan mo” which means “I’m getting tired of your mischiefs.”

 

Scared – takot

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Next we have “Takot” which is “Scared” in tagalog. For example “Takot ako sa multo” which means “I’m scared of ghosts.”

 

Worried – nagaalala

Next we have “nagaalala” which is “Worried” in tagalog. For example “Nasan ka na? nagaalala na kami sayo” which means “Where are you? We’re getting bored.”

 

Confused – naguguluhan

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Next we have “naguguluhan” which is “confused” in tagalog. For example “Naguguluhan ako sa mga tanong mo” which means “I’m confused by your question.”

 

Jealous – selos

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Next we have “selos” which is “jealous” in tagalog. For example “Nag seselos ka ba?” which means “Are you getting jealous?”

 

Now you know how to say the different emotions in Tagalog. I hope you will benefit from this lesson and become more fluent in the Filipino language. Next time you see a Filipino you now know what to say

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