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What is 'salawikain' and 'sawikain'? please translate in filipino?

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'salawikain' and 'sawikain' is a Filipinostatement that is translated as 'slogan and slogan'in English. Examples of Filipino salawikain include; 'Ang taong nagigipit, sa patalim kumakapit' which means a desperate person will grab at a knife and 'Kung di ukol, di bubukol' which means if it is not relevant, it makes no difference. To get more Filipino salawikain, visit
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Hi. In Filipino? 1. Salawikain- Proverb- A statement (either a sentence or a paragraph) which guides us in our day-to-day life. Ang mga salawikain o kawikaang Pilipino ay mabuting
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One example given in the English Wikipedia is A person who does not remember where he or she came from will never reach his or her destination. This conveys the importance of looking
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One example given in the English Wikipedia is A person who does not remember where he or she came from will never reach his or her destination. This conveys the importance of looking
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Salawikain = Maxim, Epigram Kawikaan = Adage Kasabihan = Saying Sawikain = Proverb Wikain = idiomatic expression Wika = Language Dalubwika = Linguist KAWI - IndoMalayan ancient Javanese
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Salawikain is a Filipino proverb. It is a type of proverb that is said to guide people on a daily basis. There are several Salawikain proverbs that can be found. ...
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