What is "will you marry me in bisaya/cebuano translation?"
"Will you marry me?" is translated in bisaya/cebuano as:
- Pwede ba ka nako ma-asawa? (Pwih-dih bah kah nah-kuh mah-ah-sah-wah)
- Magminyo na ta? (Mag-min-yuh nah tah)
Related sentences of "Will you marry me?" are:
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- I will marry you. - translated in Bisaya/Cebuano as "Pakaslan ka nako" (Pah-kas-lahn kah nah-kuh). Can be also translated as "Minyuan ka nako" (Min-yuh ahn kah nah-kuh).
- Can you be my wife? - translated in Bisaya/Cebuano as "Pwede ba ka nako minyuan?" (Pwih-dih bah ka nah-kuh min-yu-ahn) or "Pwede ba nako ma-asawa.".
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"Will You Marry Me in Bisaya?"
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