October 22, 2017

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List of Most Popular Slang Pinoy terms as of year 2017

The information below contains the list of nine (9) of the most popular slang Filipino terms as of year 2017.

List of Most Popular Slang Pinoy terms as of year 2017


These terms are mainly used in Facebook and other kinds of social medias. Petmalu talaga ang alam ng mga Pinoy. Ang sabi ng iba mga alien ba ang nagpa-uso ng mga term na ito?

Lodi ko na talaga ang mga taong nagpa-uso nito, kasi naisipan pa nila yun, eh sobrang dami ng problema ng Pilipinas sa panahon ngayon. Matsala na lang sa kanila sa pagimbento ng petmalu na mga term na ito.

Please refer to the list below for more details.

List of Most Popular Slang Pinoy terms as of year 2017

Meaning of 'Lodi,' 'Werpa,' and 'Petmalu', This Is What They Mean

by Khatrina Bonagua for FHM.com.ph

Here are some of the most popular slang terms you should know right now:

1. LODI
Meaning: Someone you look up to.
Origin: Lodi is the reverse form of the word 'idol'
In a sentence: 'Iba ka talaga, lodi! Galing!'

2. PETMALU
Meaning: Something that is super amazing.
Origin: Petmalu is the reversed order of syllables of the word 'malupet'
In a sentence: 'Petmalu 'yung shot ni LeBron kanina!'

3. ORB/ORBSKI
Meaning: A guy friend.
Origin: Orb/Orbski is the reverse form of the word 'bro'
In a sentence: 'Let's go, mga orb!'

4. ENKA
Meaning: To eat.
Origin: Enka is the reversed order of syllables of the word 'kain'
In a sentence: 'Lunch break! Enka na!'

5. ERP
Meaning: A guy friend.
Origin: Erp is the reverse form of the word 'pare'
In a sentence: 'Nice to see you, erp!'



6. REMA
Meaning: A girl friend.
Origin: Rema is the reversed order of syllables of the word 'mare'
In a sentence: 'Kitakits later, rema'

7. RAPSA
Meaning: Something that is delicious.
Origin: Rapsa is the reversed order of syllables of the word 'sarap'
In a sentence: 'Rapsa ng ulam! Yaaas!'

8. WERPA
Meaning: To give support.
Origin: Werpa is the reversed order of syllables of the word 'power'
In a sentence: 'Kaya mo yang ipasa! More werpa, rema!'

9. MATSALA
Meaning: To show gratitude.
Origin: Matsala is the reversed order of syllables of the word 'salamat'
In a sentence: 'Matsala sa allowance!'

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