What does Sarap mean?

What does Sarap mean?

Sarap literally means yummy or delicious. It is usually used in food but you may hear girls say it pertaining to men with good physique (hot men) lol.

What does AWIT mean slang?

“Awit” is a millennial term. It’s a combination of 2 words, ” awww” and ” sakit ” , thus the word “Awit”. Means aww sakit. Used when you are describing an unfortunate situation.

What is the meaning of I Mo?

Meaning of imo in English imo. written abbreviation for in my opinion: used when you tell someone your opinion, for example in an email.

What does Bardagulan mean?

The word “bardagulan” aptly captures this. The term comes from the Filipino word “bardagol” which pertains to a huge person, presumably of the perfect size to bully people around. Yep, we’re all just bullying each other online.

What is Langhap Sarap?

Langhap Sarap is a style of expressing a positioning. The positioning was about a minimum requirement consumer value, namely, “delicious taste.”

What Pinoy means?

Pinoy is the shortened, colloquial version for Filipino to mean the people, but never the language. It becomes Pinay when referring to a female, although Pinoy is also used to refer to both male and female.

What is Mo doctor?

MO stands for Medical Officer, this can be a doctor, physician or general practitioner. VMO stands for Visiting Medical Officer and usually refers to someone who works part-time in a hospital and may also have a private practice.

Does Mo mean month?

The singular abbreviation of months is mo.

Who is the man behind Langhap Sarap?

Considered as one of the “Pillars of the Philippine Advertising Industry,” Ordonez was the former chairman of Publicis Groupe in the Philippines. As the man who penned Jollibee’s “Langhap-Sarap” slogan, Ordonez, fondly known as HGO, was a champion of Filipino sensibilities and culture.

What is the slogan of Jollibee?


Jollibee logo since 2011
Product type Fast food chain
Tagline Langhap-Sarap Bida ang saya! Safe at ang saya! (slogan during the COVID-19 pandemic)

Is Pinoy a bad word?

Pinoy was used for self-identification by the first wave of Filipinos going to the continental United States before World War II and has been used both in a pejorative sense and as a term of endearment, similar to Desi.