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I miss you in bisaya (cebuano)

Question

please translate "I miss you" in bisaya or cebuano.
I Miss You in Bisaya-Cebuano

Answer

"I miss you" is translated in bisaya as:

  • "Gimingaw ko nimo". pronounced as "Gih-mih-ngao kuh nih-muh".

Example usage in sentence:

  • "I miss you. Come home immediately". Translated in bisaya as "Gimingaw ko nimo. Uli dayon".
  • "I miss you. I want to see right now". Translated in bisaya as "Gimingaw ko nimo. Gusto ko makakita nimo karon."
  • "I miss you. I’m so lonely living alone". Translated in bisaya as "Gimingaw ko nimo. Magul-anon kaayo ko gapuyo ga-inusara."
  • "I miss you. You’re very welcome to come here". Translated in bisaya as "Gimingaw ko nimo. Welcome kaayo ka muanhi dinhi".
  • "I miss you. I can’t wait to see".Translated in bisaya as "Gimingaw ko nimo. Di ko kahuwat makakita nimo".

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