Welcome to Tagalog Bisaya Translations and Dictionary
Translate Tagalog terms to Bisaya by typing the Tagalog word, group of words or phrase in the search box. Learn the most popular language in the Philippines which are the Tagalog and Bisaya language.
Instruction: How to find definition and translation of the Tagalog word or phrase?
Simple. You can search for words in Tagalog and Bisaya by selecting the desired language in the drop-down list. Type the word you are looking for in the search box and click the search button. The results will then be displayed below the search bar. Related words are also displayed below the main result if available. Suggested words are displayed especially when your search term does not matched any of the words or phrase in the Tagalog-Bisaya dictionary and translation database. Those words are made clickable for you to do a reverse look-up. Enhancements are made from time to time for the search algorithm to provide you accurate and better results.
Good luck for your search and enjoy! Mabuhay ang wikang Tagalog, Bisaya at lahat ng wika sa Pilipinas, ang wikang Filipino! Mabuhay ang Pinoy, ang mga Pilipino!
Tagalog is an Austronesian language spoken as a first language by a third of the population of the Philippines or by Filipinos and as a second language by most of the rest. It is the first language of the Philippine region IV (CALABARZON and MIMAROPA) and of Metro Manila. Its standardized form, commonly called Filipino, is the national language and one of two official languages of the Philippines.
Tagalog is a Central Philippine language within the Austronesian language family. Being Malayo-Polynesian, it is related to other Austronesian languages such as Malagasy, Javanese, Indonesian, Malay, Tetum (of East Timor), and Tao language (of Taiwan). It is closely related to the languages spoken in the Bicol and Visayas regions such as Bikol and the Visayan group including Hiligaynon and Cebuano.
Languages that have made significant contributions to Tagalog vocabulary are especially Spanish and English. (from Wikipedia.org)