KA


KA means connection.

KA means connection.


Posted on May 28, 2010 in interpretations, KA

  The baybayin of KA means connection. KA is two wavy lines laid parellel with a line joining the two of them at their center. To some ka represents two rivers (wavy lines) joined by a center line.            To others, it represents to spirits(wavy lines) joined by a center line. So when you know what the syllable of KA does within Filipino words, that is, creates a relation or connection ((kapatid(sibling), kasintahan(loved-one),...

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Behind a Nation: Akbay, Bayan, Anak. Guest post by Jay Malvar 2003 was the last time I visited the Philippines. I still speak Tagalog, kumupas na (faded), but still speaking.  A lot of people often say it was because we spoke it at home. But I can tell you right now, we spoke a lot of English. My siblings and I know that it is felt when we speak Tagalog: our link to home. When my family speaks to each...

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The insights that baybayin symbolism can give us can be quite deep and mind-bending. Here in this post is an example of that.   Bakla is defined in Filipino as third-sex or gay. In Philippine society, all types of bakla, gay men have been socially and economically accepted. In some families, having a gay child is an indication of good fortune. Effeminate men who dress like women are common in villages and cities and are not the...

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