Giuhaw sa Pagmahal Episode 4: Translation from Cebuano to English

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Hi Guys.  I know a lot of you are waiting for this.  Please forgive me.  I have been busy with many stuff.  Among them preparations in creat...

Hi Guys.  I know a lot of you are waiting for this.  Please forgive me.  I have been busy with many stuff.  Among them preparations in creating more content for my Cebuano Teacher Youtube Channel.  

If you have been following my blog and the previous episodes of Giuhaw sa Pagmahal, you would be familiar now the story.  It is really a rather simple plot, but the protagonists will face a lot of challenges that's why this story will have 200 + episodes.     

GIUHAW SA PAGMAHAL 4




CHARACTERS:   Mommy Carmi -  Ramil’s mother who wants Ramil to marry Paulene, a rich girl.

            *Dong Ramil  -  Carmi’s son who will fall in love with Inday Lea, a simple barrio girl.

            Inday Paulene -   A rich girl who is deeply in love with Ramil and will do everything to

make Ramil fall for her. 

            Inday Lea -  A simple barrio girl who Ramil falls in love with, but Mommy Carmi makes

life hell for her.

            Dong Leo –  Lea’s twin brother who is very supportive of her.

            Lola Pinang  -  Grandmother of Lea and Leo.

            Papa Santi  -  Father of the twins Lea and Leo.

MOMMY CARMI:

                          Mahitabo ang usa ka grand wedding ninyo ni Ramil with or without Ramil’s approval.

A grand wedding will be held for you and Ramil with or without Ramil’s approval.

PAULENE:

                         Thank you sa encouragement, Tita, bye. 

                           Thank you for the encouragement, Tita, bye.

MOMMY CARMI:

                         Bye, iha.**

                           Bye, iha.

RAMIL:

                        Nahibawo ko’ng si  Paulene ang gikasulti mo, Mommy.

                          I know it was Paulene you were talking  to, Mommy.

MOMMY CARMI:

                        Oo. At least, Ramil, nahibawo kang dili ka na makabalibad.  Kon sa insik pa—gibuya ta na

                        ka kang Paulene.

Yes.  At least, Ramil, I know you wouldn’t be able to refuse.  As per the Chinese, I have arranged for you to marry Paulene.  

RAMIL:

                        No way.  I don’t understand you, Mom.   Ambot unsay gipakaon anang pamilyaha nimo.

                        Nganong  idudho man gyud kanako si Paulene?

No way.  I don’t understand you, Mom.  I wonder what that family made you eat.  Why would they push Paulene to me?

 

MOMMY CARMI:

                       Gusto lang ko’ng maniguro, Ramil.  At least na man lang, mapunta ka sa usa ka babaying

                       duna’y breeding! Sa usa ka babaye nga parihas nato ug istado sa society! Babaye nga angay

                       mo ikapasigarbo.

                         I just want to be sure, Ramil.  At least, just for you to end up with a lady with a breeding. 

                       To a lady who has the same status in society as us.   A lady that you can be proud of.  

RAMIL:

                       Gitahod taka, Mommy. Please, hatagig  gamay’ng rispito ang akong pagbati. Kung imo pa

                        ganing ipamugos si Paulene nako, molayas ko dinhi ug di na mopakita nimo. Wa ko magtiaw

        sa akong gisulti, Mommy. I mean it.

 

I respect you, Mommy.  Please, give my feelings a little respect.  If you ever will force        Paulene to me, I will leave and will never show myself to you ever.  I am not kidding about what I said, Mommy.  I mean it. 

 

LOLA PINANG:

Na hala.  Sige na, apo.  Kanta na. Kantaha ang tanan nimong paboritong kanta. Kay sa dili madugay,  di na ‘mi makadungog sa imong tingog. 

 

All right, then.  Okay, my grandchild.  Sing now.  Sing all your favorite songs.  Because it wont be long that, we won’t be able to hear your voice.

 

PAPA SANTI:

                    Sige na anak, sige na.

                     Go on, my child.  Go on. 

LEA:

                   Ngano’ng dili gud, Lola.  Asa ra man ko ba, nga moiskwila ra man ko sa syudad.  Mopauli ra

                   man sad ko diri sa ato.

    And why not grandma?  Where will I be when I would just be schooling in the city.  I still                   

                  would come home here to our place.

LEO:

                  Patumani lang gud si Lola, Day.  Sigi na.  Kanta na diha kay naa man ko.  Duyugan man taka.

                   Just humor grandma, Day.  Come on.  Just sing because I am here.  I will accompany you.

PAPA SANTI:

                   Sige, sige, sige.  Pasahi.

                    Go on, go on, go on.   Start intro.

LOLA PINANG:

                  Na sige.

                    Okay, then.

LEA:

                  Sige na lang gud. Kini akong awit ako ning ipahinungod sa akong buotan nga Papa, si Papa

                  Santi. Yeheey…ug sa akong buotan nga lola, si Lola Pinang. Ug sa akong buotan ug gwapito nga

                  kaluha, si Dong Leo. Yeheeyyy…

 

All right, then.   This song of mine is dedicated to my kind father, Papa Santi.  Yeheey…and to my kind grandmother,  Lola Pinang.  And to my kind and quite handsome twin, Dong Leo.

PAPA SANTI:

                 Okay. 

                  Okay.

LEA:

                 Sige na dayon, Dong, pasahe na dayon.

                   Okay then, Dong.    Start intro then.

LEO:

                 Unsa man imong kantahon?

                   What are you going to sing?

LEA:

                 Kanang “LUHA”.

                   It’s  “LUHA.”

LEO:

                 Ahh.. “LUHA”.

                   Ahh.. “LUHA”.

PAPA SANTI:

                “LUHA”. 

                  “LUHA”.

LOLA PINANG:

                  Dia na.

                    Here it is.                                    

LEA:

                “ Akala ko ikaw ay akin

                  Totoo sa aking paningin

                  Ngunit ng ikaw ay yakapin

                  Naglalaho sa dilim

            

                 Ninais kung mapalapit sa ‘yo

                 Ninais kung malaman mo

                 Ang mga paghihirap ko

                 Balewala lang sa ‘yo

           

                 Ikaw ay aking minahal

                 Kasama ko ang maykapal

                Ngunit ba’t

                Ako pala’y nagging isang hangal

                Naghahangad ng isang katulad mo

           

LEO:

                 Hala, oy.  Di nako makuha.

                   Oh, my.  I can’t get it.

LEA:

                 Sige, sige.  Pakpak sad mo. Thank you, Kuya.***

                   Okay.  Okay.  Please clap, guys.  Thank you, Kuya.

PAPA SANTI:

                 Yohoooo...

PAPA SANTI:

                 Liwat kaayo nako, Ma ‘no?

                   She really takes after me, ‘Ma, right? 

LOLA PINANG:

                    Nako. 

                      After me.

PAPA SANTI:   

    Nangangkon baya siya.

    Mom, wants to get the credit.

LEO: 

    Dili.  Liwat nako.

    No.  She takes after me.

LOLA PINANG:

                    Ako baya’y nagtudlo.

                     I’m the one who taught her.

PAPA SANTI:

                   Na, hala, liwat natong tanan. Okay.  Ge, ge. Sige.  Lain, Day.

                   Okay.  Then.  She takes after us all.  Okay.  Go, go.  Go ahead.  Another one, Day.

LOLA PINANG:

                   Lain na pod be.

                     A different one now.

PAPA SANTI/LEO/LOLA PINANG:

                   Sayaw Day, sayaw.  

                   Dance Day, dance.

LEA:

                   Ay, dili ko kabalo mosayaw kuya ba.

                    Oh, I don’t know how to dance, Kuya.

LEO:

                   Ana ba?

                     Like this?

LEA:

                   “Dayang dayang”.  Dili ko.

                .     “Dayang dayang”.  I will not.

PAPA SANTI:

                      Bisaya.  Bisaya.

                        Visayan.  Visayan.

LOLA PINANG:

                      Ako na la’y mo sayaw.

                        Then I will dance.

PAPA SANTI:

                      Huh?  Sige, sige.  kanta siya, sayaw kami.

                        Ha?   Okay.  Okay.  She sings, we dance.

LOLA PINANG:

                       Ako’y sayaw.

                         I’ll dance.

PAPA SANTI:

                       Ge, ge, ge.

                         ‘kay.  ‘kay.  ‘kay.

LEA:

                       Unsa man na?

                        What’s that?

LOLA PINANG:

                       Unsa man ‘na? Na, sige.

                         What’s that?   Then, okay.

 

LEA:                                                                                              

                         Ah si Papa, mosayaw si Papa.

                          Ah.  Father.  Father will dance.

LOLA PINANG:

                         O, na, sayawi.

                           Then, dance to it then.

PAPA SANTI:

                          Paris ‘ta.

                          We’ll be partners.

LOLA PINANG:

                          O, mahimo sad.

                            Yes.  That will be good too.

PAPA SANTI:

                          Sige, sige.  Unsa mang sayaw; unsa mang kantaha?

                            Okay.  Okay.  What dance; what song?

LOLA PINANG:

                           Sige.  Sugdi na.  Ang iyang kantahon atong lingawan.

                            Okay.  Start it.  We will dance to what she will sing.

PAPA SANTI:

                            Ah sige. Sugot lang gihapon, basta tungod ni Inday, ni Inday Lea.

                              Ah, okay.  I’ll still agree, as long as it is because of Inday, of Inday Lea.

LOLA PINANG:

                            Na, sige.

                                Then, okay.

PAPA SANTI:

                            Pasahe.

                                Start intro.

LOLA PINANG:

                            Tungod ug alang kanimo.

                                Because and for you.

LEO:

                             Sige. Sayaw na ‘mo.

                                Okay.  You dance now.

PAPA SANTI:

                             Wala ma’y kanta.

                                But there’s no music.

LEO:

                              Wala’y kanta.  Pastilan sad ani..

                                No music.  My goodness.

LEA:

                              Wa’y klaro.

                                So vague.

              

                                                 

MINGGOY:

                              Dong, Dong Ramil!

                                 Dong, Dong Ramil!

RAMIL:

                              O, Minggoy?   

Yes,  Minggoy?

MINGGOY:

                              “Dong.  Sorry kay na-public disturbance tika, ay, public disturbance, na-disturbo tika ha?

  Ganina  man gud ko nakakita nimo nga -- kaganina pa tika nakita nga nag sige’g

 hinuktok.   Mura ba’g gidat-ugan ka  sa tibuok kalibutan sa akong tan-aw nimo, Dong.

                              Unsa ma’y nahitabo, Dong?

                                ‘Dong, I’m sorry that I have a public disturbance on you – oh -- public disturbance -- I

disturbed you, okay?   I’ve seen you earlier that -- I have seen you earlier

that you have been contemplating.  What happened, Dong?

 

 

RAMIL:

                             Si Mommy man gud.

                                It’s because of Mommy.

MINGGOY:

                             Si Mommy nimo? Ngano man? Sisiw! Uyon-uyoni lang na si Mommy nimo, Dong, aron di     

                             mo mag-away. Mao na’y tambal ana.

                                Your mommy?  But why?  A piece of cake! Just go along with you Mommy, Dong, so that

You won’t fight.  That’s the solution to that.

RAMIL:

                              Unsa’y buot nimong ipasabot?  Mosugot ko nga ilawog ko niya ni Paulene?

                                What do you mean?  I will agree that she feeds me to Paulene?

MINGGOY:

                             Ato ra ‘ni Dong, ha? Kana si Paulene, patay kayo ‘na nimo, Dong.  Unya si Mommy nimo,    

                             mao’y giigo.  Kana si Paulene Dong, sipsip kaayo nang Ma’am Carmi. Abi nimo Dong,   

                             giregalahon intawon  si Mommy nimo ana’g alahas nga mahalon kaayo. Para lang gyud

                             makuha niya ang atinsyon ni Mommy  -- ni Mommy nimo aron makapaduol siya nimo.

                             Patay kayo ‘na nimo.

This is just between us, ‘Dong, okay?   Paulene, is head over heels with you, Dong.  Then,

She is targeting your mother.   Paulene, Dong, is sucking up at Ma’am Carmi.  You know,

Dong, she gifted your mother with expensive jewelry just so she can get your mother’s

attention, so that she can go near you.  She is head over heels for you.

RAMIL:

                             Unsa diay?  Is that so?

 

MINGGOY:

                            Mao na diha.  Galanti kunuhay moregalo si Paulene ni Ma’am Carmi kay naa man siya’y

motibo. Pero Dong, nganong dili man sad tawon ka ana ni Day Paulene, ka-mamords

ana?  Materyalis pwertes kana.

That ‘s what happened.  Paulene is very extravagant in giving gifts to Ma’am Carmi because she has a motive.  But Dong, why on earth don’t you like ‘Day Paulene?  She is very attractive?  She’s very sexy.

RAMIL:

                             Wa ko’y feelings niya Minggoy. Ug dili sya ang tipo sa babaye nga akong higugmaon.

                                I have no feelings for her Minggoy.  And she is not the type of girl that I would love.

MINGGOY:

                             Haah!

                                Haah!

 

LOLA PINANG:

                              Sige.  Lain na sad nga kanta, apo.

                                Okay.  A different song this time, child.

LEA:

                              Wa ka pul-i’g paminaw sa akong tingog, Lola?

                                You don’t get tired listening to my voice, Grandma?

LOLA PINANG:

                              Ooy! Ngano gung pul-an gud. Di gyud noon ko pul-an. Kanindot sa imong tingog.

                                 Ooy!  Why would I get tired?  I will surely never get tired.  Your voice is very nice.

PAPA SANTI:

                             Tinood na. 

                             That’s true.

LOLA PINANG:

                              Di ba? Hala sige. Kanang binisaya na sad.

                                 Right?  Okay.  Go.  A Visayan this time.

LEA:

                              O sigi. Unya kuan-i ko -- apili ko -- kanta sab ug apil.

                                Yes, okay.  Then,  what’s this – join me.  Join in singing too.

LEO:

                               Bisaya.

                                   Visayan.

PAPA SANTI:

                               Ikaw Leo, pul-an ka niya?

                                How about you Leo, do you get tired of her?

LOLA PINANG:     O.

                                  Yes.

LEO:

                               Wala oy,kanindot kaayo ‘g  tingog sa akong kaluha.

                                 Of course, not.  My twin has a very nice voice.

PAPA SANTI:

                               Kung ako pangutan-on,di gyud ko pul-an.

                                  If I will be asked, I will never get tired.

LEO:

                                Unsang kantaha, Lola?

                                   What song, Grandma?

 

LEA:

                                Sayaw ka Pa ha?

                                   You’ll dance, Pa, okay?

LOLA PINANG:

                                Unsa man?

                                   What?

PAPA SANTI:

                                Hala, akong usa ra?

                                   Oh, just by myself?

LEA:

                               “Pobreng Alindahaw”

                                    Pobring Alindahaw.

LOLA PINANG:

                                  O, kana. Sige.

                                     Yes.   That one.  Okay.

PAPA SANTI:

                                  Kantahi unya kanang duyugi kanta unya dayon manayaw ta.

                                     Sing then later, accompany the singing then let’s dance.

LOLA PINANG:

                                   O, mahimo, mahimo man. 

                                      Yes.  We may, we may.      

 

LEA:

                                    “Ako’y pobreng alindahaw.

                                        I’m a poor dragonfly.

PAPA SANTI:

                                    Wooh..alindahaw.

                                       Wooh…dragonfly.

                                               

LEA:

                                       Sa huyuhoy gianod-anod

                              Drifting with the breeze

 

PAPA SANTI/LOLA PINANG:

                                 Gianod-anod.

                               Adrifting.

                               

LEA:

                                 Nangita ug kapanibaan, ahay,

                              Looking for a place it can sip from.

 

PAPA SANTI:

                                  Kapanibaan.

                                Can sip from.

                               

                               

LEA:

                                 Sa tanaman ug sa mga kabulakan.

                               In the plant area and flower section

 

PAPA SANTI:

                                 Kani Ma, kani Ma. Ari.

                               This one, Mom.  This one.  Here.

LEA:

                                 Aruy (12x)
                                 Ania si Lola, si Leo ug si Papa.
                                Aruy (12x)

                                Ayaw’g kabalaka kay magtinarong ko sa akong pag-iskwela.

 

                                  

 

PAPA SANTI:

                            Kana.

                                      That’s more like it.

       

Legend:

Dong -  a term of endearment for young men in Cebuano-speaking areas.

Iha -  a Spanish word which means young female child.  It is normally used to call one's daughter.

Kuya -  an honorific term for an older male.    


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Cebuano Teacher: Giuhaw sa Pagmahal Episode 4: Translation from Cebuano to English
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