Pidjanga

(Glossogobius giuris) is a freshwater fish native to Mainit Lake. It is called “biya” in Tagalog and “white goby or tank goby” in English.

The term “pidjanga” is also sometimes fondly used to refer to the Mainitnons, the people of the Municipality of Mainit, a town in Southern Philippines.

This blog hopes to capture potentials of Migrants Pidjangas for the Development of our Town by attempting to document development issues, folk stories, and current concerns, about the Pidjanga — both the fish and the people.

Minainit Series 601 - OK-OK Series

  1. tagsok
  2. dan ok
  3. pug ok
  4. pin ok
  5. hanlok
  6. tigbak
  7. sokyu
  8. naasok
  9. bugtok (bugtokon an kamote)
  10. tigsok sa danao
  11. but-okan ako nagkaon
  12. nagdagook an kalibutan (thunder)
  13. bitokon kaw! ( wormies)
  14. nulad-ok
  15. nugawok
  16. pakitok-kitok
  17. labok (cockfight,to match up)
  18. subok (pulp)
  19. tubok (commit suicide)
  20. gabok (weak and tends to ruin)
  21. tabok (cross the path/or opposite shore line)
  22. lab-ok (drink)
  23. bagdok/tagdok/tigdok (to stake out)
  24. sandok (laddle)
  25. tudok (sexual contact)
  26. lag-ok (quench from thirst)
  27. bugok (dull or rotten)
  28. hagok (snoring)
  29. bolok (dull/weak)
  30. taslok (to plant)
  31. tuga-ok (bird sound as chicken)
  32. hamok (plentiful)
  33. samok (annoying/chaos/disturb)
  34. tamok (catch by hand)
  35. tamok  (plant, busikad)
  36. tagnok (minute pest)
  37. lunok (coco oil residue)
  38. pukpok (pounding/hammer down)
  39. tapok (group), lapok(mud)
  40. tupok (pinch)
  41. sarok (farmer's headgear wider than ordinary hat)
  42. tarok (to build/erect)
  43. birok (scrotum)
  44. tusok(pinch/stab)
  45. lusok(clove)
  46. suksok (insert)
  47. bus-ok (dense)
  48. pisok (closed eyes/blind)
  49. bagtok (solid/hard)
  50. toktok (forehead/knocking)
  51. katok (not in the right sense)
  52. batok (to trace and find)
  53. pitok-pitok (lively looking)
  54. haw-ok (improper way of eating/taking food by bare hand)
  55. ilok
  56. tulisok
  57. tusok
  58. giok
  59. gitok
  60. dugok
  61. tudlok
  62. dasok
  63. gilok
  64. soksok
  65. suyok
  66. usok
  67. uplok
  68. litok,
  69. katok
  70. bitok,
  71. hadlok
  72. majutok
  73. bugtok
  74. samok
  75. bagtok
  76. lad-ok
  77. hutlok
  78. sandok
  79. agok-ok
  80. uplok
  81. litok
  82. katok
  83. bitok
  84. hadlok
  85. majutok
  86. bugtok
  87. samok
  88. bagtok
  89. lad-ok
  90. hutlok
  91. sandok
  92. agok-ok
  93. hagtok
  94. pitok-pitok
  95. pildok 
  96. akok 
  97. hamok 
  98. gamayok
  99. sid-ok (burp)
  100. pid-ok (shuts off)

1 comment:

Bormeo Modanza said...

Ma'jaw an pagdagook nan imo paglitok nan mga panultihon sa ato!

Jaoy qamang nagkadoble Zimm. Hala sige an kasabyok.

Thanks

Maradjao karadjao, Pilipinas!

Welcome to the online home of the Pidjangas from the Municipality of Mainit, Surigao del Norte, PHILIPPINES . Pidjanga, Pedianga, Pijanga, Pedjanga... amo ra ton... gikan sa ato danao! For comments and suggestion contact me at pidjanga@gmail.com.

CBCP News: Mining threatens 4th largest freshwater lake in PH

SEVEN are in the town of Mainit, Surigao del Norte... of the 15 exploration permits (EP) that the Regional Office 13 (CARAGA) of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) of the Environment department approved as of June 30, 2010.

Read more at www.cbcpnews.com and Surigao Today.

If you want to support the protection of Lake Mainit, contact me at pidjangaATgmailDOTcom or 0917-800-4557. Zimm/Peter/Pidjanga

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