There is something peculiar about the Tagalog and even the Filipino language. There is no word for "sorry" or "apology." When Filipinos are at fault, they say in Tagalog or Filipino, "Pasensiya na." That literally translates into, "Please forget your anger" or "Please let it go".
How To Say 'I'm Sorry' In 10 Different Languages
- Spanish: Lo siento.
- French: Je suis désolé
- German: Es tut mir leid.
- Italian: Mi dispiace.
- Portuguese: Sinto muito. Russian: мне жаль (Mne zhal)
- Indonesian: Maaf.
- Swedish: Förlåt. Mandarin Chinese: 对不起 (duì bu qǐ) Arabic: أنا آسِف (anā āsif)
The Goidelic languages (Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Manx) do not have words for "yes" or "no" at all.
– Pakawanen nak kadi.
i'm sorry in englis.
Stardenburdenhardenbart is originated from Germany. It has many versions, but this one can mean a lot of things for example “I love you” “hey” “look at me” “come here”. It's used to get the attention of animals. And it works because it's funny and has a really interesting pronunciation.
To say no in Russian, you just say “nyet.”
The earliest published use of apology we have evidence of comes from the title of a work by Sir Thomas More, the Catholic humanist and social philosopher of Henry VIII's court. The word appears in his 1533 work Apologye of Syr Thomas More, Knyght.
The verb “apologize,”'s meaning in Hindi is माफ़ी माँगना (maafii maangaNaa). But when we talk about the noun “apology,” the right Hindi word for “sorry” is just माफ़ी (maafii), which is also a noun word in Hindi. माँगना (maangaNaa) qualifies as a verb in Hindi which translates to “asking for” in English.
So the longest word to be found in the German dictionary is Kraftfahrzeughaftpflichtversicherung – "motor vehicle indemnity insurance".
In England, they say "chh-chh-chh". In Israel, they say "ps-ps-ps". As for India, they say "meow-meow". Each country gets a cat's attention with different noises, and these were just a couple examples!
makulít (plural makukulit) tending to tease someone, often in a physical way but could also be verbal, and considered a positive attribute. playful. mischievous. bothering or annoying, e.g. with lots of questions.
Definition for the Tagalog word pasaway:
pasawáy. [adjective] disobedient; rowdy; uncontrollable; stubborn; uncontrollable; obstinate; pesky; naughty; undisciplined. Root: saway.
Definition of pasensya:
pasensya is an alternate spelling of the Tagalog word pasénsiya. Alternate spellings may include abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations of a word.