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Translate "Are you thirsty" in Bisaya/Cebuano?

This is the translation of "Are you thirsty?" in Bisaya (Cebuano).
  • "Are you thirsty?" = is translated as "Gi-uhaw ka?" (pronounce as gi-o-hao) in Bisaya.

"You" is translated in Bisaya as "ka" or "ikaw"

"Thirsty" is translated in  Bisaya as "gi-uhaw" (gi-o-hao)

"Thirst" is also translated in Bisaya as "uhaw" or "ka-uhaw"

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"Translate "Are you thirsty" in Bisaya/Cebuano?" was written by Mary under the Communication / Speech category. It has been read 2241 times and generated 0 comments. The article was created on and updated on 29 August 2017.
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