Last name in tagalog

Last name in tagalog DEFAULT

Appendix:Tagalog surnames

See also: Appendix:Tagalog surnames (Philippines)

This appendix of Tagalog (Filipino) surnames is meant to complement the contents of Category:Tagalog surnames.

This appendix lists the top most common surnames, surnames by origin, and the full list of surnames. Surnames on the full list are listed alphabetically using the modern Filipino alphabet. But for collation purposes, "Ch" (after C), "Ll" (after L), "Ñ" and "Ng" (after N) are treated as separate letters in this list. Surnames such as Chavez, Llamas, Ibañez, Galang or Ng will be sorted differently.

Many surnames by Filipinos come from the Catálogo alfabético de apellidos by Narciso Clavería y Zaldúa in , whose majority of it are Spanish surnames, but also includes may surnames from Basque, Catalan, Galician, Chinese, Philippine languages (Tagalog, Kapampangan, Cebuano) and some foreign languages. The degree of implementation of the Catálogo alfabético de apellidos varied by province, and on a few areas where it is strictly implemented, some municipalities have a predictable patterns of surnames starting with the same letter.)

An appendix for initial letters of majority or surnames (with examples) in each municipality of the Philippines are to be located here, and is divided by region.

Most common[edit]

Of the top surnames listed below, Chinese surnames (e.g. Tan, Dizon) and Spanish surnames (Santos, Reyes, Cruz, Bautista, Del Rosario, Gonzales,Ramos, Garcia, Dela Cruz, Lopez) are the most predominant, with surnames from Italian (usually city names with associations with saints, like Aquino, Tolentino, etc.), Galician (e.g. Ocampo), Tagalog (Manalo, Galang, Panganiban, Mallari), Basque (e.g. Salazar, Legaspi, Vergara, Guevarra, Arellano), Kapampangan (Pangilinan, Canlas), and Catalan (Abella), following behind.

The large number of Chinese surnames are a result of Chinese immigration, especially in the colonial era. Single-syllable surnames are of recent migrations, but multisyllabic surnames (e.g. Cinco, Cojuangco, Dizon, Quiambao, Tiangco) are of the early Chinese immigrants, usually the Sangleys. Spanish surnames are predominant as a colonial legacy, with many of them are those listed in the Catálogo alfabético de apellidos (), but others are already used, with several soon became prohibited, such as dela Cruz, because of high prevalence. Basque and Catalan surnames are also by colonial influence, as sources of permitted surnames in the Catálogo alfabético de apellidos. Yet, surnames in local languages also existed, many being in the Catálogo alfabético de apellidos, also including surnames with offensive meanings, such as the Cebuano Bayot ("homosexual"), and a few becoming prohibited, mostly for being associated with the Maharlikas (the Filipino noble class).

Keys

  • * = of Spanish origin (includes Christian surnames, given names as surnames, patronymic surnames, toponymic/habitational surnames and several Spanish words used as surnames)
  • ** = of Catalan, Galician, Basque, and Portuguese origin
  • *** = of Chinese origin (usually from Hokkien)
  • **** = of native origin (includes surnames from many Philippine languages)

Parentheses indicate number of individuals with the surname, and percentage of prevalence, based on population figures from the Philippine Census, which records ,,)

Philippine Statistics Authority[edit]

This is an incomplete list of the most common surnames in the Philippines, based on a partial count of registered births in

  1. Valencia
  2. Reyes
  3. Cruz
  4. Aranda
  5. Bautista
  6. Del Rosario
  7. Gonzales
  8. Ramos
  9. Aquino
  10. García
  11. Dela Cruz
  12. Soledad
  13. Naquil
  14. Calague
  15. Bagayna

Others[edit]

The list below shows surnames commonly perceived as the most common among Filipinos.

This list is based on statistics extrapolated from data for surnames borne by significant number of Filipinos (under the "Asian/Pacific Islander" race group), as listed on the United States Census.

Rank Name Origin Percentage
0NanquilSpanish
1AñonuevoSpanish, "New Year"
2ReyesSpanish, "kings"
3LlarenaSpanish
4delos angelesSpanish, "angels"
5GarciaSpanish García
6Del RosarioSpanish, "Of the Rosary"
7MendozaSpanish, from Basque
8Dela CruzSpanish de la Cruz(“of the [Holy] Cross”)
9BautistaSpanish, "baptist", after John the Baptist
10FernandezSpanish Fernández
11FloresSpanish, "flowers"
12FajardoSpanish,"cute"
13LopezSpanish López
14RamosSpanish, "branches"
15GonzalesSpanish, variant of González
16MedinaSpanish
17PerezSpanish Pérez
18AquinoSpanish
19VillanuevaSpanish
20De LeonSpanish de León
21CastilloSpanish, "castle"
22CastroSpanish, "camp"
23TarrayoSpanish
24QuiboloySpanish
24FranciscoSpanish, "freshman"
25SantiagoSpanish, "supplanter"
26AlvarezSpanish, "Son of Alvario"
27FranciscoSpanish, "freshman"
28VillaverdeSpanish, "villa '(outlying) farm', '(dependent) settlement' + verde 'green"
29VillanuevaSpanish, "villa '(outlying) farmstead', '(dependent) settlement' + nueva (feminine) 'new' (Latin nova)."
30CorderoSpanish, "young lamb"

Surnames by origin[edit]

Full list[edit]

This surname list is incomplete. You can help by expanding it.

Filipino[edit]

For all surnames of native Tagalog origin, see Category:Tagalog surnames from Tagalog

*Gagalang

Spanish/Iberian[edit]

Considered the most common category of Filipino surnames, it includes most surnames common also in the Spanish-speaking world, as well as coined ones based on translations of various words from the local languages and derived from religious elements and saints.

Asturian[edit]

Basque[edit]

Catalan[edit]

Galician-Portuguese[edit]

Chinese[edit]

This includes all surnames from the varieties of Chinese, most commonly Hokkien, Cantonese, and Mandarin. This can include transliterated forms of Chinese surnames, as well as surnames from patriarch names and genealogical relationships

Cebuano[edit]

Hiligaynon[edit]

Ilocano[edit]

For all surnames of Ilocano origin: see Category:Tagalog surnames from Ilocano

Kapampangan[edit]

Bicolano[edit]

Pangasinan[edit]

English[edit]

Commonly borne by mestizos, Filipino married to English-speaking persons (e.g. American, British), or English-speaking expats living in the Philippines.

European[edit]

French[edit]

German[edit]

Italian[edit]

Polish[edit]

Asian[edit]

Japanese[edit]

Korean[edit]

Vietnamese[edit]

Muslim (Moro)[edit]

Moros (Filipino Muslims) mostly follow a patronymic naming convention, while others, especially the Maranaos,, use clan names. Moros living outside Mindanao turn their patronymic into an inheritable surname.

  • Abobacar - patronymic, "Abu Bakr"
  • Acmad - patronymic, "Akmad"
  • Akbar
  • Alonto - Maranao
  • Ampatuan - Maguindanaoan
  • Ayob
  • Daod - patronymic, "Daud"
  • Ebrahim - patronymic, "Ibrahim"
  • Esmail - patronymic, "Ismail"
  • Hasan - patronymic, "Hassan"
  • Hosain - patronymic, "Husain"
  • Hosni - patronymic, "Husni"
  • Iqbal
  • Kilam
  • Mamasabulod - Maguindanaoan
  • Mamasalagat
  • Mostapa - patronymic, "Mustapha"
  • Omar - patronymic
  • Rakim
  • Sarip - patronymic, "Sharif"
  • Usman - patronymic
  • Unayan
  • Yosop - patronymic, "Yusuf"

Indian[edit]

Lebanese[edit]

Other nationalities[edit]

•Austero •Bihag

References[edit]

See also[edit]

Sours: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Tagalog_surnames

On the 21st of November , the Governor General of the Philippines, Don Narciso Claveria y Zaldua, issued a law (thereafter called the Claveria Decree) requiring Filipinos to adopt Spanish AND indigenous names from the Catalogo Alfabetico de Apellidosfor civil and legal purposes  (The notion that this decree mandated the use of Spanish names is false).  The fact that majority of the people selected Spanish names perhaps reflected the prevalent colonial mentality that a foreign name would make one&#;s family appear more distinguished.

The following is a roster of those indigenous Filipino surnames which have remained in use.  I have marked with an asterisk, those that were included in the Claveria edict.  Send me an email if you have corrections or additions to the list below.

NAMEMEANINGORIGIN
Abacan
Abaday
Abalahinto disturbTagalog
Abao
Abat
Abaynext toIlocano
Abaya
Abayanto stand besideTagalog
Abayari
Abeya
Abiad
Abinsay
Abiogto swingTagalog
Ablang
Ablasa
AblogIlocano
AbogsuddenTagalog
Abotwithin reachTagalog
Abuan
Abucajo
AbucayIlocano
AbuegIlocano
Abut(see Abot)
Abuyen
Abyog(see Abiog)
Acasto gatherIlocano
AcdaauthorTagalog
Aclan
Acob
Acolola
Acop
AcotIlocano
Acpal
Acupan
Adapon
Aday
AdlaodayBoholano
AdlawandailyBoholano
AdocIlocano
AfuyogIlocano
AgamIlocano
AgamataIlocano
Aganadto be carefulIlocano
AgapitoIlocano
AgarrpaoIlocano
AgasmedicineIlocano
AgatepthatcherIlocano
AgatiIlocano
AgatolIlocano
Agawinto snatchTagalog
AgbanaoagIlocano
Agbay
Agbayanito be heroicIlocano
AgbisitIlocano
Agbulosto let goIlocano
Agbuyato watchIlocano
AgcamaranIlocano
AgcambotIlocano
Agcaoilito hold on toIlocano
Agdamagto ask for newsIlocano
Agdeppato spread one&#;s handsIlocano
AgdinaoayIlocano
AggabaoIlocano
Aglibutto roam aroundIlocano
Aglipayto play with lipay seedsIlocano
AgngarayngayIlocano
AgonoyIlocano
Agpaloto strikeIlocano
AgpaoaIlocano
AgpoonIlocano
AgsalogIlocano
AgsalonIlocano
Agsalud*to saluteIlocano
AgtaguemIlocano
AgtarapIlocano
Agtutuboto grow robustlyIlocano
Aguimatangto buyIlocano
Aguimbagto get wellIlocano
Agumabay
AgumbayWaray
Agunod
Agup
Akut
AlalayaidTagalog
Alambat
AlampayshawlTagalog
AlanunayIlocano
Alao
Alasaas
Alay-ay
Albalos
Alcaparlas
Alday
Alderite
Alibin
Alicbusan
Aligmayo
Alikpala
Aliling
Alimboyugen
Alimurung
AlindoganbeautyIlocano
AlingogBoholano
AlinsanganhumidityTagalog
Alipio
AlitagtagBoholano
Alnas
AlonwaveTagalog
Alonto
Alpay
Alujipan
Alumisin
Alunanto swampTagalog
Alupay
Amaba
Amahit
Amaming
Ambagan
Ambat
Ambayon
Amboy
Ambulo
Amicay
Amiling
Amit
Ammog
AmosinCebuano
AmoyoIlocano
Ampalayon
Ampang
AmponadoptedTagalog
Ampong
AmponganIlocano
Amulong
Amurao
Ancaya
Andal
Andaya
AngaraostentatiousTagalog
Angatto liftTagalog
Angobung
Angus
Aniag
Aningalan
Annala
Antalan
Anub
AnyogBoholano
Aoananto depleteIlocano
Apanto goIlocano
Apanapao
Apanay
ApayorBoholano
Apdal
Apelin
Apigo
Apili
Aplaon
Apoga
Apoiana place for burning
Aporongao
Araosun
Arauag
Araw(see Arao)
Aro
Aromin
Arong
Asoy
Aswit
Atabayto waitTagalog
Atanganto supportTagalog
AtayliverTagalog
Ato
AtokIlocano
Auza
AwamercyTagalog
AwitansingingTagalog
Aya-ayCebuano
Ayran
Ayuman
Ayuyangmeeting placeIlocano
Ayuyao
Ba-ad
Baal
Babalatoto shareTagalog
BabaoshallowTagalog
Babasawill readTagalog
BabaylanshamanVisayan
Babingao
Bables
Baboyanplace for pigs
Bacad
Bacani
Bacay
Bacaycay
Baccayto guardTagalog
Baclao
Baclayan
Baclig
Bacolor
Bacotot
Bactad
Bacunawa serpent ???
Badabgio
Badar
Baddas
BadjaoCebuano
Bael
BagaemberTagalog
Bagadiong
Bagain
Bagala
Bagalayos
Bagamanperchance
Baganggums
Bagaoisanto grow wingsTagalog
Bagarinao
BagasaoIlocano
Bagasbas
BagayobjectTagalog
Bagayanto matchTagalog
BagnolBoholano
Bagongarao
Bagong-gahasanewly sharpenedTagalog
Bagoyo
BagsicferociousnessTagalog
Bagsit
Bagtasto crossTagalog
Bague
BaguiotyphoonIlocano
BahagharirainbowTagalog
BahandetreasureBoholano
Bahena
BaidingoCebuano
Baisac
Baitangoodness
Baje
Bakaranis
Balaba
Balabagan
Balabis
Balaga
Balagota type of hatTagalog
Balagtasto trail blazeTagalog
Balamut
Balana
BalandraobstructionTagalog
Balanemagnetic stoneTagalog
Balanga
Balangatan
BalanguePangasinense
Balani(see Balane)
Balanon
Balantakbo
Balaoing
Balarawknife
Balason
Balata
Balatazo
Balatbat
Balatibat
Balatico
Balbiran
Balgos
Baliadto arch oneselfCebuano
Baliao
Baligad
Baliling
Balimbin
Balingitto shakeIlocano
Balino
BalioacIlocano
Balisacan
BalitanewsTagalog
Balitaanto share newsTagalog
Balitactacto discussTagalog
Balondo
BalotwrappedTagalog
BalubalcashewTagalog
Baluran
Baluyotwoven rice containerTagalog
Baluyut(see Baluyot)
Balweg
BanaagglimpseTagalog
Bañaga(see Baniaga)
BanalholyTagalog
Banaria
Banasan
Banasihan
Banaticla
BanayatcalmTagalog
Bancainto go by boatTagalog
BancodTagalog
Bancud(see Bancod)
Bandigas
Bandol
Bandong
Bangachon
Bangad
Bangayan
Banghulot
Bangit
Bangwa
BaniagaforeignerTagalog
BaniagafameTagalog
Banico
Banigo-os
Baniqued
Banlaygas
BantathreatTagalog
BantaysentryTagalog
Bantegui
BantengclotheslineIlocano
Bantigui(see Bantegui)
Bantilan
Banting
BantoccompactCebuano
BantogfameTagalog
Bantug(see Bantog)
Banua
BaonprovisionTagalog
Baqui
BaquiranforestIlocano
Baradi
Barangana type of fish
Baraoidan
Baratang
BarengmaybeIlocano
Bariring
Barlaan
Barongan
Barutan
BasawetTagalog
Basisugar cane wineIlocano
Basibas
Basig
Basingat
Basingit
Baste
Basubas
Bataanonfrom BataanTagalog
Batacmy childIlocano
BatacanpullingTagalog
Bataclan
BataobeansTagalog
BataslawTagalog
Batenga
BathalagodSanskrit, Visayan
Bathan
BatigreetingTagalog
Batin
Batingan
BatostoneTagalog
Batoctoy
Batong
Batongbacalmetallic stoneTagalog
Batongmalaquelarge stoneTagalog
Batoon
Battad
Battong
Battung
Batucanto hit on the napeTagalog
Batuyong
Bauan
Bawalan
Baya
Bayaglong timeIlocano
Bayan
BayaniheroTagalog
BaybaycoastCebuano
Baylon
Bayna
Bayog
Bayot
BayoyBoholano
Bayquen
Baysac
Bayudan
Bayuga
Becbec
Belano
Beligan
Belite
Benipayo
Biabas
BiaglifeIlocano
Biaganto enlivenIlocano
Bigalbal
BigayBicolano
Bigayanact of givingTagalog
Biglang-awaquick to pityTagalog
BihisclothedTagalog
Biloga round, small boatIlocano
Binaday
Binaohanhit by coconutTagalog
BinaoroCebuano
Binayas
Binlot
Binongcalto digIlocano
Binotapa
Binsol
Bio
Bitagon
Bitaoto let goTagalog
Blas
Bocalana place with wild boarsIlocano
Bocalig
Bocasan
BoholknotTagalog
Bohulanofrom BoholAklanon
Bolisay
Boljoon
Bolongana kind of fishIlocano
Bolosanto set freeIlocano
Boñagato baptizeBicolano
Bonalong
Boncan
BondocmountainTagalog
BongafruitTagalog
Bongolan
BongonpomeloCebuano
Bongot
Bongubung
BonoanwrestlingTagalog
Bonoano
BonotanpullingTagalog
BontuyanCebuano
BonzoPangasinense
BoochairIlocano
Botengan
Braza
Bualto fall or faintTagalog
BuanmoonTagalog
BuayacrocodileTagalog
Buban
Bucaneg
Bucat
Bucay
Bucsit
Bugaoisan
Bugas
Bugayong
Bugnosto spill or breakTagalog
Bugnosen
BugtongriddleTagalog
Buhain
BuhaylifeTagalog
Buhayinto turn onTagalog
Bukaneg(see Bucaneg)
BuktawIlocano
Bulahan
Bulala
BulalayaorainbowIlocano
Bulanadisister moonIlocano
Bulanan
Bulanon
Bulaoat
Bulaon
Bulaong
Bulatao
Bulawan
Bulayo
Buli
Bulosan(see Bolosan)
Bulseco
Bulusan
Bumacod
Bumagat
Bumanglag
Bumatayto stand upIlocano
Bunac
Buñaganto give a nameIlocano
Buñagan
Bundoc
Bunga(see Bonga)
Bungcayao
BunggayKapampangan
Buñi(see Bunye)
Bunsoy
Buntua
Buntuyan(see Bontuyan)
BunyepraiseTagalog
Bunyi(see Bunye)
BuotmoldIlocano
Buractaon
Butacidentifying markIlocano
Butalid
Butic
Butigan
Butiu
Caabay
Caacbaycomrade-in-armsTagalog
CaasipitifulIlocano
CabaccanIlocano
Cabacungan
Cabading
Cabael
CabagnotCebuano
Cabahug
Cabalbody armorIlocano
Cabalatongana place with beansIlocano
Cabanag
Cabanatan
Cabanayan
Cabanday
Cabangbang
Cabanit
Cabansag
Cabanting
Cabasafellow readerTagalog
Cabasaan
Cabasagan
Cabasug
Cabatana
Cabatic
Cabatingan
Cabatu
Cabatuanrocky placeIlocano
Cabatuando
Cabatungan
Cabauatan
Cabaya
Cabe
Cabebe
Cabeguin
Cabigao
Cabigas
Cabigting
Cabilan
Cabili
Cablayanplace with dwellingsIlocano
Cabochan
Cabuang
Cabuchao
Cabudol
Cabug-as
Cabuhat
Cabulda
Cabungcaldug up
Cabunoc
Cabuquit
Cabututan
Cacab
Cacal
Cacalda
CacanantasiblingIlocano
Cacanindin
Cacapit
Caccamto claimTagalog
CacdacIlocano
Cacpal
Caculitan
Cadang
Cadapanlength of a footIlocano
Caday
Cadisal
Cadlaon
Cadwising
Caega boastful personIlocano
Cagaanan
Cagacan
Cagadas
Cagadoc
Cagalawan
Cagalawen
CagampanfrovilityIlocano
Cagampang
CaganappartnerTagalog
Cagaoanan
Cagaoas
Cagasan
Cagatao
Cagauan
Cagayanto cover one&#;s self
Cagayat
Cagiwa
Cagonot
Caguingin
Cagungon
CahambingsimilarTagalog
CahariankingdomTagalog
Cahimat
Caindoc
Cainghug
Cainglit
Cainhug(see Cainghug)
Cajucomfellow judgeTagalog
CajulaoIlocano
CalagsoulCebuano
CalagosWaray
CalajatihalfTagalog
CalalangKapampangan
Calalo
Calambacal
Calangan
Calanoc
Calanoy
Calaoaganfrom LaoagIlocano
Calayagwith sails setIlocano
CalaycayrakeTagalog
CalibuganconfusionCebuano
Calibuso
Calica
Calicdan
Caligtan
Calilan
Calilung
Calimag
Calimbas
Calimlim
Calinaoclarity
Calingato take enemy&#;s headsIlocano
Calip
Calipusanto be drownedIlocano
Calisoto turnCebuano
Caliw-caliw
Callangan
Callueng
Calohat
CalobcoverIlocano
CalomaysoftIlocano
Calonge
Calpito
Caluag
Calub(see Calob)
Calubaquib
Calubayan
Calumpanga kind of treeTagalog
Caluncagin
Calupid
Calupig
CalupitancrueltyTagalog
Caluya
CamaganacanrelativeTagalog
Camagay
CamagunIlocano
Camanag
Cambas
Cambay
Cambongafrom the fruitVisayan
Camcamto claimIlocano
Camiling
Camurungan
Candao
Canilao
Caniya
Canlas
Canoy
Canumay
Canwaring
CaoagdanIlocano
Caoilifellow admirerTagalog
Caparas
Capati
Capilifellow chosenTagalog
Capinpinfellow rice planterTagalog
Capoy tired ???
CapuleIlocano
Capulongfellow organizerTagalog
Capunofellow leaderTagalog
Capuyan
Caraan
CaragoutriggerTagalog
Caragay
Carandang
Carangal
Caranguian
Carao
CarasKapampangan
Carasig
Carating
Carayoan
Cariaso
CaritancuttingCebuano
Carungay
Carungcong
Carungi
Carunungan
CasamacompanionTagalog
Casaospeaking partnerIlocano
Casiano
Casibang
Casim
Casucofellow surrendereeTagalog
Casuga
Casumbal
Casupang
CatacatacaamazingTagalog
CatacutanscareTagalog
CatambaypartnerTagalog
CatanguiBicolano
Catanyagrenowed
Catapang
Cataran
Catbagan
Catibog
CatigoutriggerTagalog
Catindig
Catotocan
Catubay
Catubig
Catubo
Caunin
CaunsagBoholano
Cawad
Cawilan
Cayabyabfellow grain pounderTagalog
Cayangho
Cayanoc
Caylaofellow light bearerTagalog
Caylo
Cayongcong
Cayron
Cayton
Codog
Colcol
Col-long
Conlu
Conol
ContifewTagalog
Copon
Corong
CorotanpinchingTagalog
Cosalan
Cubacub
CudalPangasinense
Cudiamat
Culala
Culanag
Culaton
CumbaBoholano
Cumti
CunananKapampangan
Cupino
Curameng
Curaming(see Curameng)
Cusi
Cuyos
Cuyuganto accompanyKapampangan
Daan
Daang
Dabao
Dabu
Dacalcap
DacanayIlocano
Dacay
DacayananIlocano
Dacion
Daclanmain part of houseIlocano
DacobigCebuano
DacquelbigIlocano
Dacumos
Dacuno
Dacuycuy
Dadap &#; Cebuano
DagamacCebuano
DagdagadditionTagalog
Dagdaganto addTagalog
Dagohoy
Dagsaan
Dagsi
Daguhay
Daguhoy(see Dagohoy)
Daguio
Dagupion
DahanslowTagalog
Dahilig
Dahiug
Dailo
DajaoVisayan
Dakay(see Dacay)
DakilanobleTagalog
DalandancitrusTagalog
DalangibprayerTagalog
Dalangpan
DalaovisitTagalog
Dalaque
Dalida
Dalig
DalisaypureTagalog
Dalitmercy
Dalog
DalogdogthunderCebuano
Dalugdugan
Dalupan
DamaolaoCebuano
Damilo
Damo
DampogBoholano
Danao
Danda
Dandin
Dandoy
DangananIlocano
Dangkulos
Dangoy
Dangtayan
Danguilan
Dangwa
Daoang
Daog
Daomilas
Daos
Dapat
Dapayan
Daquil
Daquila(see Dakila)
Daranciang
DarangKapampangan
Dasalanplace to prayTagalog
Dasigto put awayTagalog
Datahan
Datangel
Datingginooformer chiefTagalog
Dato
Datoc
Datoon **datu-likeIlonggo
Datu(see Dato)
Datuin
Datumanong
Dauz
Dawa
Dawi
Dawis
DayacheatTagalog
Dayag
Dayanan
Dayanghirangchosen ladyTagalog
Dayao
DayaplimeTagalog
Dayoto visitTagalog
Dayoan
Dayot
DayritKapampangan
Dayunot
Deang
Decolongon
Deen
Delasin
Diano
Diapo
Dicang
Dicolongon(Decolongon)
Digamon
Digol
Dikitanan
DilagbeautyTagalog
DimaaliwseriousTagalog
Dimaampao
Dimaandal
DimaanountouchableTagalog
DimaapiunoppressableTagalog
DimabasadryTagalog
DimacuhaunobtainableTagalog
DimaculanganhonestTagalog
DimadukotunobtainableTagalog
DimagibastrongTagalog
Dimaguila
DimailigunbendableTagalog
DimaisipunfathomableTagalog
DimaiugaunshakeableTagalog
DimalaluanunsurpassableTagalog
DimalantauntiringTagalog
Dimanlig
DimapasocunbreachableTagalog
Dimapilis
Dimapindan
Dimaporo
Dimaranan
Dimarucot(see Dimadukot)
DimarumbastrongTagalog
DimasalanguntouchableTagalog
DimasuayunstoppableTagalog
Dimasuhid
DimasupilunvanquishedTagalog
Dimatulaccannot be pushedTagalog
Dimaunahancannot be overtakenTagalog
Dimawilicannot be entertainedTagalog
Dimaya
Dimayacyac
Dimayuga(see Dimaiuga)
Dingal
Dinguinbayantown crierTagalog
Dinolang
Dinopol
Dipasupil(see Dimasupil)
DiwamindTagalog
Docuyanan
Dolap
Dolera
DomagasunyieldingTagalog
Domantay
Domogan
Domugho
Domulot
Doneio
DoondoonTagalog
Dopale
Doplon
Dorilag
Dornogan
Dua
Dualan
Dualos
Ducducto impose an idea
Ducisin
DuclayanIlocano
Duco
Ducutto pull out
Dugay
Duhaylungsod
Dulag
Dulay
Dulaypan
Duldulao
Dumadag
Dumag
DumaganBoholano
Dumagatmove to the seaTagalog
Dumagpi
Dumalag
Dumalog
Dumalot
Dumalus
Duma-og
DumapiasstruckTagalog
Dumaran
Dumaslan
Dumaual
Dumawal(see Dumaual)
Dumayag
Dumayas
Dumdum
Dumlaoto be surprisedIlocano
Dumlaon
Dumo
Dumondon
Dumpay
DumpitIlocano
Duna
Dungca
DunglaoIlocano
Dungoloved oneIlocano
Dupaya
Dupim
Duplon(see Doplon)
Duyan
Elbo
EmuslanIlocano
Estigoy
Fangonil
Fiag-Oy
GaaIlocano
Gaane
GabatflotsamIlocano
Gabato
Gabayan
Gabuat
Gacungan
GacusanIlocano
Gacutan
Gacuya
Gador
GaffudIbanag
Gagalacto entertain
Gagpud
Galam
Galamgam
GalangrespectTagalog
Galapon
GalasinaoclearIlocano
Galauran
Galay
Gali
Galima
Galit
GalosscratchTagalog
Galutto tieIlocano
Gamata
Gamelon
Gamit
Gamol
Gampon
Ganaban
Ganaden
Gangan
Gannod
Ganutan
Gaoiran
Gapasin
GapudIlocano
Gapusantying postTagalog
Gapuztied upTagalog
Garayblas
Garong
Garvida
Gatbonton
Gatchalian
Gatdula
Gatmaitan
Gatnaytan
Gatpolintan
Gauam
Gawiran(see Gaoiran)
Gayagay
Ginubatan
Godoy
Gombat
Gonong
Gonowon
Guani
Guanlao
Guawaran
GubatanforestTagalog
Gudoy(see Godoy)
Guiang
Guieb
Guihama
Guilaran
GuintogoldTagalog
Guintu(see Guinto)
Guipit
GuiribaBicolano
Gulapa
GulayvegetableTagalog
Gumabayto hold onTagalog
GumabonKapampangan
Gumapas
Gumarangto fill halfwayIlocano
Gumatay
Gumato
Gumihid
Gumila
Gumintong
Gumiran
GumisongCebuano
Gungab
Gunigundo
Gusilatar
Gutang
Gutilban
Habaloto say
Hadapfront
Halilivice chiefTagalog
Halinajoin usTagalog
HalogIlocano
Halum
HangadwishTagalog
Hanopol
Haparam
Hapayhariking
Harap(see Hadap)
Hicban
HilaganorthTagalog
HinagpissorrowTagalog
Hinahonto calm downTagalog
HinampasstruckTagalog
Hinayon
Homoroc
Hubag
HuedemBicolano
Huidem(see Huedem)
Ibabaoon topCebuano
Ibay
Ibuna
Ibuos
Ibus
Icat
Icban
IgcasanescapadeCebuano
Iguban
Ilacadto walkTagalog
Ilagto dodgeTagalog
Ilaganto dodgeTagalog
Ilanan
IlaolightTagalog
Ilog
Ilumin
Imbo
Impocto saveTagalog
Inabayan
Inclan
Inda
Inding
Iniba
Intatano
Inton
Iporong
Irong
IsipthinkTagalog
Itchon
Itliong
ItumblackCebuano
Iyog
Jabolto chase
Jaca
Jacang
Jacutan
Jacutin
Jain
Jalbuna
Jalili(see Halili)
JalosjosCebuano
Jamo
Jamorabon
Janabajab
Jandoc
JangcanCebuano
Jayan
Juagdan
Juco
Juico
Julag-aymischievousVisayan
Jumao-asCebuano
Jumat
Jumawan
Jungao
JunichirpTagalog
Kabahit
KabaitankindnessTagalog
Kabaong
Kabayao
KabigtingTagalog
KaibiganfriendTagalog
Kaimo
Kalalo
Kalanduyan
KalangitanheavensTagalog
KalawhornbillTagalog
Kalingasan
KalinisancleanlinessTagalog
KanlunganrefugeKapampangan
Karingal
KarununganknowledgeTagalog
Karunungan(see Carunungan)
Kasama(see Casama)
Kasilag
Katalbas
Katapangfellow braveTagalog
Katapang(see Catapang)
Katigbakfellow memberTagalog
Katindig
KatipunanorganizationTagalog
Kayanan
Killip
Labao
Labay
Labayen
LabisexcessTagalog
LaboblurryTagalog
Labtik
Labuanan
Labuga
Labuguen
Lacaden
Lacandile
Lacandola
Lacanglacang
Lacanilaoenlightened leaderTagalog
Lacapto hugPangasinense
Lacbawan
Lacdanto walk over
Lacdaoto skip
Laconsay
Lacsamana10, inheritances
Lactao(see Lacdao)
Lactaoento skip
LadaolateIlocano
Ladaw(see Ladao)
Lagacto depositCebuano
Lagadi
Lagana
Lagandaon
Lagang
Laganson
Lagasca
Lagatocclicking soundTagalog
Lagbas
LagdasignatureTagalog
Lagdameo
LagipmemoryIlocano
Laglagaron
LagmanKapampangan, Ilocano
Lagmay
Lago
Lagos
LaguatanIlocano
Lagunsad
Lagustan
Laig
Laingdried
Lakandula
Lakanilaw(see Lacanilao)
LakiKapampangan
LakianmasculineIlocano
Laksa
Laktaw(see Lacdao)
LalamunanthroatTagalog
Lalangan
Lalu
Lamangan
LamanilaoTagalog
Lamayanwake for the dead
LamdaganbrightCebuano
Lampitoc
LamugmashedIlocano, Tagalog
Lancoan
LandaspathTagalog
LangitskyTagalog
Langkin
Lansang
LansanganfieldTagalog
Lansigan
Lantin
Lapak
Lapid
LapiraKapampangan
Lapitan
Lappay
Lapuz
Laquian(see Lakian)
Laranang
Laraya
Lasam
LawasbodyCebuano
Laxa(see Laksa)
Laxamana(see Lacsamana)
Laygo
LaylaywiltedIlocano
Layno
Layog
Layosa
Layug(see Layog)
Layugan
Layumas
Lesaca
Leyran
Libed
Libina
Libiran
Liboon
Libunao
Licaycay
Liclican
Lico
LicopIlocano
Licuanan
LicudbackTagalog
Licup(see Licop)
LiganCebuano
LigayajoyTagalog
Ligidto rollCebuano
Ligon
Ligot
Ligutan
Lihat
Lima
Lindawan
Lindog
Lingao
Linsangan
LipattransferTagalog
Lising
LitaoexposedTagalog
Liwag
LiwanaglightTagalog
Loglog
Lombos
Lomboy
Lomibao
Lomuntad
Longid
Lontoc
Lontok(see Lontoc)
Lota
Lualhatispiritual peaceTagalog
Lucagbo
Lucay-lucay
Lucban
Lucena
Luczon
Lugamisunk or stuck
Lugmao
Lugtu
LugueKapampangan
Lukban(see Lucban)
Lumabanto fight
Lumagbas
Lumahana kind of fish
Lumain
Lumala
Lumanga
Lumanlanto augmentIlocano
Lumanog
Lumantato wiltIlocano
LumantasCebuano
Lumapasto absolveCebuano, Tagalog
Lumawigto go farther
Lumbad
Lumbang
Lumibaw
Lumiqued
LumocsojumpedCebuano
Lumontad
Lumungsod
Lumungsubto advanceTagalog
Lumunsad
LungayCebuano
Lupitan
Luspo
Luyaben
Luyun
Luzon
Maambo
Maambong
Maayogood, fine, pleasantCebuano
MababangloobhumbleTagalog
Mabalay
Mabaloto be widowedIlocano
Mabalona lot of wellsAklanon
Mabalotwrapped
MabanglofragrantIlocano
Mabaquiao
Mabasa
Mabayaga long timeIlocano
Mabborang
MabilangancountedTagalog
MabilogroundTagalog
MabinisuaveTagalog
MabungafruitfulTagalog
MabutasTagalog
MacaalaycharitableTagalog
Macabenta*good sellerTagalog
Macablo
Macabuacto breakCebuano
Macabuhaylife giverTagalog
Macadangal
Macadangdang
Macadengdengvegetable cookIlocano
Macagba
Macahilig
Macairan
Macalagay
Macalalad
Macalalag
Macalam
Macale
Macalguim
MacalinawenlightensTagalog
Macalincag
Macalindong
Macalinowith painful teethIlocano
Macalintalto be markedTagalog
MacalipatforgetfulIlocano
MacalipisIlocano
Macalisang
Macaloso
Macalug
Macanas
Macandog
Macanip
MacapagaltiringKapampangan, Tagalog
Macapinlac
Macapobre*
Macapugay
Macapulay
Macaraat
MacaraegwinnerTagalog
Macaranasto experienceTagalog
Macaroy
Macasa
MacasaethardworkingIlocano
Macasero*
Macasieb
Macaspacone who breaksKapampangan
Macatanban
MacatangaygrabberTagalog
MacatuladfollowerTagalog
Macatumpag
MacatunaomelterTagalog
MacatunobroiledIlocano
Macauyag
Macawili
Maclang
Macmang
Macorol
Mactal
Macuhato getTagalog
Macuja(see Macuha)
MadaliquickTagalog
Madambaone who is loudTagalog
Madarangto burnIlocano
MadayagmajesticIlocano
Madijanon
Madlacommon folkTagalog
Madlabayancommon folkTagalog
Madlangawa
Madlangbayancommon folkTagalog
Madlangsacaycommon riderTagalog
Madlangsakitcare for the massesTagalog
Maduli
Madwen
Maga
Magadap
MagadiasaviorTagalog
Magadya
Magahis
Magalona
Magalued
MaganaravenousTagalog
Maganto
Magaoay
Magarin
Magaso
MagatleaderKapampangan
Magayaga
Magbag
Magbanuato go to town
Magbitang
Magbojosto pour
Magbooto make whole
Magbualto fallTagalog
Magbuhatto liftTagalog
MagbulosCebuano
Magcalasto unshackleTagalog
Magcawas
Magdadarao
Magdaluyo
Magdamo
Magdatoto lead
Magday
Maggay
Maghirangto assign
Maghuyopto blowCebuano
Magkawasto escapeTagalog
Maglacas
Maglalang
Maglasang
Maglayato be freeTagalog
Magliponto group togetherTagalog
Magpale
Magpali(see Magpale)
Magpantayto make fairTagalog
Magpatocto hammerCebuano
Magpayoto adviseTagalog
Magpilito choose
Magplaya
Magpoc
Magpurito praiseTagalog
Magpusaoto wallow
Magsadiato visit
Magsalinto transfer
Magsanoc
Magsayo
Magsaysayto tellTagalog
Magsinoto look closelyTagalog
Magsombolto spring upTagalog
Magsumbol(see Magsombol)
Magtalas
Magtanggolto defendTagalog
Magtanongto askTagalog
Magtototrue to one&#;s wordTagalog
Magtuboto grow
Magtuto(see Magtoto)
Maguddayo
Maharais
Mahinayslow
Mahusaywell-skilledTagalog
Maiguedid well
MailumPangasinense
Maitemdark
Majul
Makadaig(see Macaraeg)
Makalintal(see Macalintal)
Makapinlac(see Macapinlac)
Makayan
Makil
Makilingto capsizeIlocano, Tagalog
Makinano
Malabanan
Malabed
Malabuyo
Malacad
Malaggay
MalakibigTagalog
Malalis
Malaluan
MalamugmashedTagalog
Malanaoily
Malang
Malapira
Malapitclose
Malapitan
Malaqui(see Malaki)
MalatambanWaray
Malayang
Malbog
Malibiran
Malicsilight-footedTagalog
Malig
MaligaligdisturbedTagalog
MaligayahappyTagalog
Malijan
Malikayto avoidCebuano
Maliksi(see Malicsi)
Malilay
Malimba
Malimban
MalinaoclearTagalog
MalinsanganhumidTagalog
Malipot
MaliwanagbrightTagalog
Maliwat
Malixi(see Malicsi)
Mallabo
Mallilin
Malpaya
MamaclayIlocano
Mamarilone who shoots
Mamisao
Mamot
Mamuad
Mana-ayVisayan
ManabatKapampangan
Manacsa
Managbanag
Managuelod
ManahaninheritanceTagalog
Mañalac
Manalang
Manalansan
Manalastasinvestigator
Manalaysaystory-tellerTagalog
Manaligod
Manalilito operate bellowsIlocano
ManalowinnerTagalog
ManalonfarmerIlocano
Manaloto
Manangan
ManankilKapampangan
Mananquil(see Manankil)
Manansalaone who doesn&#;t missTagalog
Manapol
Manarang
Manarin
ManasbloatedTagalog
Manasanto go fishingKapampangan
Manasas
Manawis
Manayan
MandacIlocano
Mandap
Mandilag
ManeclangPangasinense
Manegdeg
Mangabang
Mangabat
Mangabayto assistTagalog
MangabelweaverIlocano
Mangahasto be boldTagalog
MangalapfishermanIlocano
Mangaliman
Mangalindan
Mangalino
Mangalus
Mangampat
Manganip
Manganon
MangaoangPangasinense
Mangaser
Mangaya
Mangayagam
Mangayaoto plunderCebuano
Mangay-ayamto playIlocano
Mangayo
MangibinIlocano
Mangiliman
Mangkay
Manglapus
Manglaya
Manglicmot
Manglona
Mangoba
Mangonon
Mangosin
Mangrobang
Mangrubang(see Mangrobang)
Mangtalan
Mangubatto fightCebuano
Manguiat
Manguinao
ManguingatIbanag
Manguino
Mangulabnan
Mang-usans
Maniago
Manibo
ManibogimmovableTagalog
Manibusan
Manicad
ManigbasIlocano
ManilaNOT from ManilaKapampangan
Manilag
Maninay
Maningding
Manipula
Maniquis
ManiulitKapampangan
ManlagnitheavenlyBicolano
ManlangitheavenlyTagalog
Manlansing
Manlapazto set freeTagalog
ManlapitIlocano
Manliclic
Manliklik(see Manliclic)
Manlongat
Manlutac
Manongdo
Manotoone who takes advantage
Manotoc
Manotok(see Manotoc)
Manrobang
Mantaring
Manubay
Manuntag
Manuyong
Mapanaoto leaveIlocano
MapilichoosyTagalog
Mapi-utstraight, narrowCebuano
Mappala
Maquiling(see Makiling)
MaquindangshinyTagalog
Maraan
Marahanslow
Maralit
Maramba(see Madamba)
Maranan
Maranon
Marasigan
Marayag
Marigomon
MarikitlovelyTagalog
Mariquit(see Marikit)
Marucut
Masaganda
MasakayanriddenIlocano, Tagalog
Masanggato parryTagalog
MasangkayTagalog
Masibay
MasikipTagalog
Masungsong
MataeyeTagalog
Mataac
Matalam
MatamissweetTagalog
Matanguihanone who refusesTagalog
Matibag
Mationg
Matito
Matubisclean Bicolano
Matulac
MatulinfastTagalog
Matundan
MatunogloudCebuano
MaturanmentionableTagalog
Maubangray-hairedTagalog
Mauhayprolific rice stalkTagalog
MaulitrepetitiveTagalog
Maybanting
Maybituin
Mayoyo
Mingoc
Moguet
Momongan
Mongaya
Motos
Mugol
MulaplantIlocano
Mulingtapangbrave againTagalog
Mungcalto tillKapampangan
Munsayac
Musngi
Musni
Muyot
Nabua
Nacalabanformer opponentTagalog
Nacapuy
Nacpil
NagtalonfarmerIlocano
Naguiat
Naguit
Nakpawan
Nakpil(see Nacpil)
NalundasanIlocano
NaluptaIlocano
NamocmosquitoBoholano
Namocatcatbusy-bodyBoholano
NamocotBoholano
Nanquil
Napalan
Napuli
Narag
Nasinoto take noticeTagalog
Naui
Navalta?
Nepomuceno?
Ngaya
Ngujo
Nicdao
Niguidula
Niloobanfrom the inner areaTagalog
Nimo
Nipay
Nisnisan
NitafanIlocano, Pangasinan
Nogoy
Nuguid?
Nunag
Oasay
Obusanto depleteTagalog
Ogtong
Okala
Olala
Olalia
Omaga
Omapoyto burnCebuano
Omictinto jumpCebuano
Omiponto to collect or save
OmpadCebuano
OnaTagalog
Ongkapin
OngoymonkeyCebuano
Ontogto bumpTagalog
Ontoy
Ople
Oppus
OpusCebuano
Orang?
Orara
Orayani?
Orenia
Orig?
Orines
OronganmoveTagalog
Ouano
Paa
PaasBoholano
Paat
Pabualan
Pabulayan
Pabustan
PacadafarewellIlocano
PacamparaWaray
Pacana
Pacaonto feedCebuano
Pacas
Pacatang
Paclebto turn overIlocano
Pacpaco
Pacquiaoto buy wholesaleTagalog
Pacquing
Pacubas
Paculan
Pacut
PadaequalIlocano
Padagas
Padamada
Padayaoto give praiseIlocano
Padios*to GodTagalog
Padoan
Padunan
Padungawfor the window
Paeca
Paeda kind of fish trapIlocano
Paetbitter
Pagaduan
Pagalilauan
Pagampao
PagangpangCebuano
Pagao
Pagaoa
PagaspasflutterTagalog
Pagdanganan
Pagdilao
Pagilagan
Pagkalinawanclarity, brightnessTagalog
Pagkatipunanfor societyTagalog
Pagliaro
Paglinawanto clearCebuano
Paglingayen
Pagniligan
Pagsanghanplace that forks
Pagsanjan(see Pagsanghan)
Pagsibigan
Pagtakhanwonderment
PagtalunanargueTagalog
PagudtiredTagalog
Paguio
PaguiriganIlocano
Pagulayanvegetable garden
Pagunsanthe startCebuano
Paguyo
Pahateto share
Pahati(see Pahate)
PakinganlistenTagalog
Palabayto mixIlocano
Palacay
PalacpacapplauseTagalog
Palad
Palag
Palaganas
Palangan
Palangdao
Palapal
Palapala
Palapus
Palapuz(see Palapus)
Palec
PalicpicfinTagalog
PalicteCebuano
Paling
Palisoc
Pallasa
PalongpalongpaddleTagalog
Palpal-latokmorning starIlocano
Paludipan
Palugod
Palumbarit
Pamandanan
Pamatong
Pambid
Pamintuan
Pamon
Pamulaklakinto make bloomTagalog
PamuspusanopinionIlocano
Panaguinto
PanahonseasonTagalog
Panaligandevout wishTagalog
Panayplentiful
PandacshortTagalog
PandaraoanIlocano
Pandy
Pangalanan
Panganto eatIlocano, Kapampangan
Panganibanaware of dangerTagalog
PangcobCebuano
Pangdan
Pangilinanfor the townIlocano
PanimdimfeelingTagalog
Panindagat **sea wandererIlonggo
Panisspoiled
Panlao
Panlaqui
Panlasigui
Panoringan
Pansoy
Pantigcry, syllable
Panuncialonan
Panuyas
Parangalan
Paraoan
Parashot tasteKapampangan
Parawan
Parotong
Parpana
Parungao
Pasahol
PasambavenerationTagalog
Pasaoa
Pasayan
Pasicolan?
Pasking
Pasquil
PatacsiltreacherouslyTagalog
Patalinhug
Patao
Pataray
Patawaran
Patoc
Patubo
Paurom
Payaoanto advise
Payawal
Payomo
Payong-ayong
Payot
Payoyot
Payumo(see Payomo)
Payuyao
Pedlaoan
Pedronan
Penano
Pendatum
PendonKapampangan
Pesigan
Pespes
Pidlaoan(see Pedlaoan)
Pila
Pilande
Pilapilrice paddyTagalog
Pilichoose
PiliasBoholano
Piluden
Pinga
Pingkian
Pingol
Pinkian(see Pingkian)
Pinlac
Pinpinrice paddyTagalog
Pintac
Pisigan(see Pesigan)
PitaPangasinense
Pit-Og
Pitpit
Poblete
Pogoy
Polangcus
Polilen
Polilin(see Polilen)
Polotan
Polutan(see Polotan)
PoquishaircutIlocano
Poquis
PototshortCebuano
Poyaoan
Pukis(see Poquis)
Puldulao
Pulsungay
Pumaren
Punio
PunoheadTagalog
Punongbayantown chiefTagalog
Punsalan
Punsalang(see Punsalan)
Punsoy
Punyeg
Punzalan(see Punsalan)
Puruganan
Purugganan(see Puruganan)
PutongcrownTagalog
PuyatsleepyTagalog
Puyot
PuzonabdomenTagalog
Queppet
Querimit
Quiaoita birdIlocano
Quibola
Quiboloy
QuilalaknownTagalog
QuililanidentityTagalog
Quilong-quilongCebuano
Quimen
Quimin
Quimno
Quimosing
Quimot
Quimuyogto come alongIlocano
Quinabo
Quinot
Quinoy
Quiodala
Quiray
Quirimit
Quisisem
Quitainto seeIlocano
Quitiquit
Raagas
Rabaca
Rabago
Rabanal Ilocano
Rabang
Rabara
Rabe
Rabuco
Racasa?
Racelis?
Rafal?
RafananIlocano
Ragadio?
Ragamat
Raganit
Ragasaintrepid
Ragay
Ragot
RagsachappinessIlocano
Raguindin
Ralutin
Ramiscal
Ramoran
Rapanut
Rapatan
Raposas
Raquedanclose to a fenceIlocano
Rasalan(see Dasalan)
Rasay
Recato
Retuta
Ribao
Ribucan
Ridao
RingorquarrelIlocano
Ringpis
Robang
Roda?Ilocano
Romuarto go outsideIlocano
Rosaupan?
RuadapIlocano
Rumbaoa
Rumusod
SabacanattackTagalog
Sabanal
Sabangan
Sabile
Sabio
Sablay
Sablayan
Sabog
Sabugo
Sabulao
SacayrideTagalog
Sacayanan
Saclayan
SaclolohelpTagalog
Sacpa
Sadangsal
Sadiri
SadiuaTagalog
Sado
Sadural
Sagabaen
Sagadraca
Sagalla
Sagaran
Sagawinit
Sagayadoro
Sagayaga
SagaysaycombIlocano
Sagibo
Sagiguinto
Sagisi
Sagman
Sagmit
Sagnep
Sagudan
SaguinIlocano
Saguinsing
Saguisagsymbol
Sagum
Sagun
Sahagun
Sajor?
Sakay(see Sacay)
SalabsabBoholano
Salacsaved, rescuedIlocano
Salalima
SalamatthanksTagalog
Salangin placeTagalog
Salangsangdefender
Salapantan
Salarila
Salarzon?
SalaysaytellTagalog
Salboro
Salenda
Saley
Sali
Saliba
Salire
Salita word
Salongain a caveTagalog
Salopa measure of liquid volumeTagalog
Salumag?
Salumbides
Salunga(see Salonga)
Samala
Sambeli
SambeliTagalog
Sambilaya variety of riceIlocano
Sambile(see Sambeli)
Sampaga
Sampang
SampayanclotheslineTagalog
Sampilo
Samporna?
Sangabranch
Sangalang
Sangil
Saoyen
Sapigao
Sapin
SaplalaprosperityKapampangan
Sapodeng
Sarabia?
Saradpon
Sarangaya
Sarao
Sarigumba
Sarileself
Satot
Saulan
SaulogcelebrateCebuano
SaupanIlocano
Sawi
Sawit
Sayaskirt
Sayaboc
Saymo
Sayo
SayochungryTagalog
Seggay
Siababa
SiapnoPangasinan
Siasat
Sibayan
Sibugto scatter, to waterIlocano, Tagalog
Sicam
SicatfamousTagalog
SiggaoatIlocano
Sigua
Sijalbo
Silago
Silang
Simangan
Simbulan
SimsimanenjoyableTagalog
Singian
Sinja
Sisante
SolimanKapampangan, Tagalog
Somaoang
Somawang(see Somaoang)
Sonson
Sopapan
Sopsop
Sorio
Suayan
Suaybaguio
SubariverCebuano
Subaybay
Subili
Subing-Subing
Subong
Sucaldito
Sucdad
Sucgang
SudiacalIlocano
Sugay
Sugcangto stir
Suguitanto injureTagalog
Sulit
Sumabatto meetIlocano
Sumagaysayto comb hairIlocano
Sumagcang
Sumang
SumanpongBoholano
Sumaoang
Sumibcay
Sumulongto go forwardTagalog
Sundita
Sunga
Sunio?
Supnet
Suyat
Taag
Taal
Taasan
Taay
Tabag
Tabalanza?
TabalbagIlocano
Tabamo
Tabangweak tasteTagalog
Tabangcurafat friarSpanish, Tagalog
Tabaquing
TabayIlocano
Tabayoyong
Tabianperson who gossipsCebuano
TabiltalkativeTagalog
Tabilin
TabingcoverTagalog
Tabisula
Tablac
TablanaffectedTagalog
Tablang
Tablico
Tablit
Tabocol
Tabogader
Tabonda
Tabo-taboCebuano
Taboyayong
Tabua
Tabucbuc
Tabudlo
Tabug
Tabula
Tabulog
Tabuno
Tabura
Taburaza?
Tabuyo
Tacadena
Tacan
Tacang
Tacason
Tacata
Tacazon(see Tacason)
Tacbas
TacderstandIlocano
Tacderan
Tacdol
Taclas
Tacorda
Tacud
Tacuyan
Tacuycuy
Tacwigan
Tadena
Tadina(see Tadena)
TaerhandsomeIlocano
Taeza
Tagalicodfrom the rearTagalog
Tagalicud(see Tagalicod)
Tagalikud(see Tagalicod)
Tagalog
Tagalog
Tagalogan
Tagamolila
Tagarro
Tagasa
Tagatac
Tagay
Taghap
Tagle?
Tagorda?
Tagud
TagudinIlocano
Taguines
Taguinod
Tagulao
Tajanlangit
Tala
TalabaoysterTagalog
Talaban
Talactac
Talagtag
Talampas
TalaocowardKapampangan
Talaro
Talaroc
Talastas
Talatala
Talaugon
Talens?
Talimoro
Talingting
Talisayon
Talosig?
Talusanto know
Tamo
Tamondong
TampipisuitcaseCebuano, Tagalog
TañagpopularTagalog
TandangroosterTagalog
Tandoca carabao horn cupIlocano
Tanga
Tangaan
Tangalin
Tanghalfeature
Tanghalan
TangkilikpatronageTagalog
Tanglaoguiding light
Tanguilig(see Tangkilik)
Tanicalachain
Tanopo
Tanyag(see Tañag)
Tapangbravery
Tapawan
Tapayrooster&#;s combCebuano
Tapaya
Tapina
Taposokfrom my heartIlocano
Tapuro
Taracatac
Taroc
Tarongoyrighteous manCebuano
Taruc(see Taroc)
Tatlongharithree kingsSanskrit, Tagalog
Taupohail, helloTagalog
TauyanIlocano
Tawatao
Tayabas
Tayactac
Tayag
Tayao
Tela
Teneza?
Terre
Tiap
TibaydurableTagalog
TibayanstrengthenTagalog
Tibok
TigashardTagalog
Tiglao
Timbancayalifter of weightTagalog
TimbangweightTagalog
Timbas
TimplePangasinense
TinapaybreadTagalog
Tindoc
Tindog
Tindongan
Tinoyan
TioaquenIbanag
Tiong
Tira-tira*
Tiyap(see Tiap)
Togonon
Toliao
Tomagan
Tomalon
Tomawis
Tomines
Tongol
Tongpalan
To-ong
Tosocto pierceTagalog
Toyhacaoto peer overCebuano
TubaonbrownCebuano
Tubigwater
Tubo
Tucay
TudtudCebuano
Tugade
Tugado
Tukodlangit
Tuktukan
Tulabing
Tuliao(see Toliao)
Tulio?
Tulud
Tumacderto standIlocano
Tumala
Tumale
TumambingIlocano
Tumanda
Tumaneng?
Tumang
Tumanganto holdTagalog
Tumao
Tuma-obAklanon
Tumbaga
Tumibayto be strongTagalog
Tumulak
Tunac
Tuñacao
Tungolbanner
Tungpalan
Tuparan
Tupas
Tupaz(see Tupas)
Turinia?
Tutaan
Tuyay
Ubungen
UgalehabitIlocano
Ugalihabit Tagalog
Ugalino
Ugay
Ulanday
Ulap / Ulepcloud Tagalog, Ilocano
Ulat
UlitrepeatTagalog
Umagtang
Umalito stain or dirty upIlocano
Umayam
Uminga
Umipig
UnafirstTagalog
UnafirstTagalog
Unabia
Undag
Undayan
UntalanPangasinan
Untaran(see Untalan)
Urakoy
Usi
UtakbrainCebuano
Vagay
Valarao(see Balaraw)
Vayan(see Bayan)
Vinoray
Viraylarge boatIlocano
Visaya
Wandag
Watan
Yabes
Yabutto hand overTagalog
Yacapinto embraceTagalog
Yacat
Yadao
Yagin
Yago
Yagyagan
Yamat
Yambot
Yamguas
Yanga
Yanong
Yapes
Yaranon
Yasay
Ybut
Ygot
Ylacad(see Ylacad)
Ylagan(see Ilagan)
Ylanan(see Ilanan)
Yoro
Ysip(see Isip)
Yting
Yumol?
Yumul(see Yumol)
Yusi

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* Conjugated Filipino and foreign word

Research Notes

1  &#;Alphabetical Catalog of Surnames&#;.  Wikipedia.  Date modified:  10 August   Date accessed:  19 Sep
2  &#;Decree of 21 November &#;.  The Families of Warren and Lucy Perez Zahler. Date accessed: 19 Sep
3 Larroga, Burt. Blog Comment. Date posted: 19 July
4  Santos, Hector.  &#;Catalog of Filipino Names&#;.  Date modified: 16 April Date Accessed:  19 Sep

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Do you know what the most popular last name is in the Philippines?

The Twenty Most Common Filipino Surnames

1. Santos
This is the last name of Filipina actress Vilma Santos, Filipino-American writer Bienvenido Santos, the young superstar Judy Ann Santos, the WWII hero Alejo Santos, and singer Erik Santos.  The name is the Spanish word for &#;saints.&#;

2. Reyes
The full name of Filipino actor Alden Richards is Richard Reyes Faulkerson, Jr. His mother&#;s name is Rosario Reyes. The word &#;reyes&#; means &#;kings&#; or &#;royals&#; in Spanish.

3. Cruz
Among famous Filipinos bearing this surname is the actor/model John Lloyd Cruz. The word &#;cruz&#; is Spanish for &#;cross&#; and is spelled krus in Tagalog when referring to the cross, but not when written as a surname.

4. Bautista
Bautista is Spanish for &#;Baptist&#; referring to San Juan Bautista (St. John the Baptist).

5. Ocampo
A widely recognized Philippine historian with this surname is Ambeth Ocampo.

6. García
The most notable bearer of this surname is Carlos P. Garcia, the eighth president of the Philippines. Eddie Garcia is a famous Filipino actor who has received awards for both his acting and directing.

7. Mendoza
The real name of Yaya Dub is Nicomaine Dei Capili Mendoza. She is more known simply as Maine Mendoza.

8. Torres
Lucy Torres is the actress-model married to actor Richard Gomez.

9. Tomás
Tessie Tomas was the host of the daily morning talk show Teysi ng Tahanan in the s.

Andrada
Albert Andrada is the fashion designer whose dress was worn by Paris Hilton to the Grammy Awards.

Castillo

Flores

  Villanueva

Ramos

Castro

Rivera

Aquino

Navarro

Salazar

Mercado

Top 10 Spanish Surnames in the Philippines that Start with De, De la or Del

1. de la Cruz

2. de los Reyes

3. del Rosario

4. de los Santos

5. de Guzmán

6. de Castro

7. de la Vega

8. de la Rosa

9. de Asis

de Rosales


Most common surnames among Chinese-Filipinos:
Chan, Cheng, Chua, Co, Cue, Dee, Go, Ku, Lee, Tan, Tiu, Ting, Ty, Sy, Yap, Yee, Gokongwei, Uytengsu, and others that are three-word combinations that end in -co like Angangco, Chotangco, Chikiamco, Cojuangco, Dichoco, Dyquiangco, Dychingco, Felongco, Limbaco, Limbitco, Limcaco, Limcangco, Limcauco, Limjoco, Limlengco, Limpingco, Limtuaco, Litiatco, Litimco, Nibungco, Ongkingco, Onglatco, Onglengco, Ongoco, Ongpauco, Osongco, Pantangco, Simpauco, Sincioco, Syjuco, Sytengco, Tanjuatco, Tantiangco, Tantoco, Uyaco, Uyboco, Uycoco, Uytico, Wambangco, Yapjuangco, Yoingco, Yuchengco, Yujuico, Yusingco, Yutadco

Examples of Spanish and Spanish-derived surnames: Divinagracia, Ortiz

Examples of native Tagalog surnames: Dimaandal (cannot be shoved), Dimaanó (cannot have anything done to), Dimabuyû (cannot be provoked), Dimakulangan (to be not lacking), Dimaguiba (impenetrable), Dimasalang (untouchable), Dimatibág (cannot be harmed), Dimayuga (unshakeable), Guinto (gold),  Macaraeg, Matapang (brave), Masipag (industrious), Lumaban (fought/battled), Pulumbarit, Tagalicud / Tagalikod (from the back)

* The Filipino word for &#;surname&#; is apelyido.

Sours: https://www.tagaloglang.com/most-common-filipino-surnames/
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Inhabitants of the Philippines began to adopt surnames during the 16th century, at the time of Spanish colonisation. Filipinos began using their native names along with the Christian names that were assigned by the Catholic Church, and subsequently, the government standardised their naming practices. This post has Filipino last names for those who are searching for some to familiarise themselves with their meanings.

Filipino Surnames or Family Names With Meanings

Filipino surnames may be from Spanish, Chinese or Arabic origins or may often be combinations of American and Spanish customs or even be derived from native Filipino languages. Here is a list of Filipino last names with varied origins and meanings:

1. Abe

Derived from the Hebrew language and short for ‘Abraham’, it commonly refers to ‘a father of many’.

2. Abad

The surname Abad is of Spanish origin; it means ‘everlasting’ or ‘eternal’.

3. Abadiano

A very common last name in the Philippines, Abadiano is a village in Biscay, Spain.

4. Abalos

One of the common Filipino last names, Abalos is a habitational name which refers to a place in the Soria province.

5. Abel

A famous Biblical name, Abel means ‘breath’ or ‘vanity’.

6. Adlawan

Derived from the word Adlaw, Adlawan means ‘Sun’. It originates from Cebuano where it refers to ‘daytime’.

7. Aganad

This surname is derived from the Ilocano word agannad, which means ‘to take care’.

8. Agbayani

One of the traditional Filipino last names, Agbayani means ‘to be heroic’ in the Ilocano language. Its traditional usage is in Filipino, Tagalog, and Ilocano.

9. Aguinaldo

Of Latin origin, this surname was borne by the first President of the Philippines, Emilio Aguinaldo.

Alacantara

Referring to the municipality of Alacantara in Spain, this transliteration of the Arabic word al-qantara means ‘the bridge’.

Almazan

A common surname in the Philippines, Almazan is a habitational name referring to a municipality in Spain. It comes from the Arabic term al-makhzan, i.e., ‘the stronghold’.

Alonto

Commonly used in Maranao and Filipino, Alonto in Maranao means ‘extraordinary’.

Ambong

Originated from Filipino and Cebuano, Ambong refers to a type of hut where food grains are stored.

Avellino

A personal name of Spanish origin, it was the name of the 17th century Saint Andrea Avellino in Italy.

Baccay

Derived from Tagalog, this Filipino surname means ‘to guard’.

Bacolod

Referring to ‘hill’ or ‘mound’, this toponymic name refers to a person living in the Bacolod city of the Philippines.

Bacunawa

Originating from the Cebuano word bakunawa, this name is a reference to a kind of serpent or dragon in Visayan mythology.

Bagatsing

It is a Filipinised version of the Sanskrit words bhagat, meaning ‘devotee’, and simha, meaning ‘lion’.

Baguinda

This Filipino surname is honorific of the prince Rajah Baguinda Ali, the ruler of the Sulu Archipelago.

Balaguer

Referring to persons hailing from the Balaguer city of Spain, this last name has Arabic origins.

Balindong

Maranao for ‘philosopher’, this surname is a title of nobility.

Baluyot

Meaning ‘bag’ or ‘pouch’, this surname originates from the Hiligaynon word baluyot.

Banaag

This last name is Hiligonyan for ‘gleam’, ‘daybreak’ or ‘reflection’.

Bangon

Maranao for ‘to rise’, this surname also means ‘a plot of land’.

Baquiran

One of the common Philippines surnames, Baquiran is derived from the Ilocano word bakiran, which means ‘forest’.

Batabor

Derived from Maranao, this surname means ‘tea/coffee pot’ or a ‘green tube skirt’.

Batungbakal

Derived from two names, Bato, meaning ‘stone’ and Bakal, meaning ‘iron/steel’, this is a common Tagalog and Filipino surname.

Bautista

A Spanish word for Baptist, this surname refers to Saint John the Baptist.

Bayabao

Derived from the Maranao term Bayabaw, Bayabao is a habitational surname that refers to a traditional subdivision in the eastern regions of Lanao.

Bulalacao

Derived from the Tagalog word bulalakaw, it means ‘shooting star’ or ‘meteor’.

Bulan

The first name brought to England by the Norman Conquest, this Cebuano surname means ‘a moon’ or ‘a month’.

Cabahug

Derived from the Cebuano term bahog, meaning ‘feed’ or ‘slop’, this surname was originally used in 19th century Spain.

Cagadas

Cagadas was the last name given to native Filipinos during conversion to Christianity.

Calinao

This surname is derived from the Cebuano word kalinaw, which means ‘clarity’ or ‘peace’.

Calumpang

Referring to persons from the Batangas river in the Philippines, this Tagalog derivative refers to the ‘wild almond tree’ as well.

Camama

Derived from the Maranao word kamama, this surname means ‘manly’ or ‘masculine’.

Canosa

One of the popular Philippines surnames, Canasa is derived from the Latin word Cana, which means ‘cave’ or ‘reed’.

Caringal

Derived from the Tagalog nickname ‘Dingal’, this last name refers to ‘very handsome’ or ‘very beautiful’.

Catacutan

A derivative of the Tagalog word katakutan, this surname means ‘fear’.

Catapang

Derived from the Tagalog word tapang, this Filipino surname refers to ‘courage’.

Cayabyab

Derived from the Tagalog word yabyab, it means ‘pounding of rice grains’.

Celda

This surname is of Spanish origin and means ‘prison cell’.

Chavez

A name borne by the famous labour leader Cesar Chavez is a popular surname among the Spanish and Portuguese as well.

Cruz

This surname is derived from the Spanish word cruz, meaning ‘cross’ and is spelt as krus in Tagalog.

Cuizon

It is derived from the Hokkien word kui sun, which means ‘precious grandchild’.

Dagohoy

Dagohoy, meaning ‘talisman’, is derived from the Cebuano phrase dagon sa huyuhoy.

Dalisay

A popular name originating from Tagalog and Cebuano, Dalisay means ‘chaste’ or ‘pure’.

Dasalan

Derived from the Tagalog word dasal, this last name means ‘a place of prayer’.

Datuimam

Used as a title by religious leaders, Datuimam is derived from the Maranao dato, and the Arabic imam, which mean ‘leader’.

Datumanong

A character in the Maranao epic poem Darangen, this name means ‘two-headed lizard’.

Datumolok

A combination of two Maranao words dato and molok, which means ‘leader’ and ‘own’ respectively, this surname is used as a noble title.

Dayanghirang

One of the unique Filipino family names, Dayanghirang is a combination of two Tagalog words dayang, meaning ‘lady’, and hirang, meaning ‘selection’.

Del Rosario

Of Spanish origin, Del Rosario means ‘of the rosary’.

Dilag

Derived from Tagalog, this surname refers to ‘splendour’, ‘beauty’ or ‘maiden’.

Dimaano

Coming from the Tagalog words di, meaning ‘no’, and maano, meaning ‘have something happen’, this name means ‘not touched’.

Dimaapi

Coming from Tagalog, this surname means ‘cannot be expressed’.

Dimabasa

Derived from the two Tagalog words di, meaning ‘not’, and basa, meaning ‘wet’. It means ‘dry’.

Dimacuha

Of Tagalog origin, this surname means ‘unobtainable.

Dimagiba

Derived from the Tagalog words di and giba, i.e. ‘not’ and ‘demolish’, respectively, this surname means ‘indestructible’.

Dimalanta

A combination of the Tagalog words di, meaning ‘not’ or ‘no’, and malanta, meaning ‘fade’ or ‘wither’. The surname means ‘cannot be withered’.

Dimaliwat

Tagalong for ‘firm’ or ‘stubborn’, this surname is a combination of the words di and liwat. It means ‘to transfer’.

Dimapilis

A combination of the Tagalog words di and pili, which mean ‘not’ and ‘contorted’, respectively, this traditional surname means ‘cannot be dissuaded’.

Divata

Referring to ancestral spirits that guide mortals, this surname is a Visayan word for ‘guardian’.

Duterte

It is derived from the French word du tertre, meaning ‘of the hillock’.

Ejercito

It is derived from the Spanish word ejército, meaning ‘army’.

Elyas

A common surname among the Filipino, Ethiopian and Malay population, it is derived from Elias, meaning ‘My God is Yahweh’.

Fabroa

A word of Tagalog origin and a variant of Fabro, this last name means ‘lucky’.

Fernandez

A popular and common Filipino surname, Fernandez, is Spanish for ‘son of Fernando’.

Galura

Derived from the Sanskrit word garuda, this surname refers to a mythical bird in Hindu, Jain and Buddhist mythology.

Guinto

This surname is derived from the Tagalog word ginto, meaning ‘gold’.

Hermedilla

Hermedilla was the name that was given to those hailing from the Batangas province of Southern Tagalog at the time of the Spanish rule.

Halili

Halili is derived from Tagalog, and it refers to ‘successor’.

Labrador

Often associated with the patron saint of farmers, San Isidro Labrador, this name means ‘work’ or ‘labour’.

Lardizabal

This habitational name refers to the people originating from Lardizabal Palace.

Laxamana

Derived from the Sanskrit word Laksamana, it means ‘admiral’ or ‘officer’.

Lualhati

This surname is derived from the Tagalog word luwalhati, which means ‘glory’.

Macalipay

It is Cebuano or Hiligaynon for ‘comfort’ or ‘pleasant’.

Magasaysay

Magasaysay is Cebuano for ‘to relate’ or ‘to narrate’.

Magindara

It is the name of a demigoddess and a mythical mermaid in the Philippines.

Manug

This traditional Filipino surname is often used by those residing in Mnaug, Visayas or Mindanao, Philippines.

Marohom

Originating from Maranao, this Filipino surname means ‘of the Sultan’, in terms of the Sultan in the Maranao region.

Oracion

Derived from the Spanish word oracion, this last name means ‘prayer’ or ‘sentence’.

Pabelico

It refers to ‘humblest’ and is derived from the word pabel, meaning ‘humble’.

Pacquiao

A name borne by the famous world boxing champion, Manny Pacquiao, it means ‘wholesale’ in Cebuano.

Radiomoda

Radiomoda was traditionally used as a title by Sultans. It means ‘young king’.

Reyes

It is derived from the Spanish word reyes, which refers to ‘kings’ or ‘royals’.

Salalila

A name referring to the Rajah of Maynila, this surname is a Sanskrit derivative of sarira, which means ‘body’.

Santos

It is derived from the Spanish word that means ‘saints’.

Salvador

Used widely in Filipino, Spanish, and Portuguese regions, this popular Christian name means ‘saviour’.

Suarez

Commonly used in the Philippines and Latin America, Suarez means ‘son of Suero’.

Sulu

A habitational name that refers to persons from the sea in the Philippines.

Sumulong

Sumulong comes from Tagalog origins, and it refers to ‘to advance’ or ‘to progress’.

Tanglao

Derived from the Tagalog word tanglaw, this surname means ‘illumination’ or ‘light’.

Tatlonghari

This surname is derived from a Tagalog word which means ‘three kings’. It refers to the biblical Magi.

Tibayan

It comes from the Tagalog word for ‘to strengthen’ or ‘to secure’.

Tolentino

It is derived from the name of a town in Italy.

Trinidad

This surname means ‘trinity’ and refers to the Holy Trinity in Spanish.

Valmorida

A mix of Spanish and Japanese words val, i.e. ‘valley’, mor, i.e. ‘forest’ and ta, i.e. ‘field’, this surname means ‘valley of the forest field’.

Valle

The name Valle means ‘valley’ and it is a habitational surname used by people living in a valley.

Velasco

A derivative of the medieval name Belasco, this habitational name is used by persons of Velasco in Logrono, Soira, and Seville.

Filipino surnames originate from numerous traditional languages and regions and are a depiction of the rich culture and geography of the country. Used over centuries, across different parts of the world, these fascinating surnames have native roots and meanings.

Aarohi Achwal

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Philippines' 100 Most Common Surnames

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The Filipinos started adopting surnames in the 16th century, during the Spanish colonization. As the Catholic Church assigned names to the new converts, more and more Filipinos began using their native names along with their Christian names. This was when the government standardized naming practices among the inhabitants of the Philippines.

Filipino last names generally have Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic roots. A combination of American and Spanish naming customs can also be seen in the Philippines. Some surnames are also derived from Tagalog and other languages in the Philippines, but they are rare.

This post includes a list of common Filipino surnames or last names, with their meanings, origins, and variants.

List Of Popular Filipino Last Names Or Surnames

1. Abe:

It is derived from Hebrew and is used in several English-speaking countries. This name is a short form for ‘Abraham’ meaning ‘father of many or a multitude.’ It is a common surname in the Taytay region of Palawan.

2. Abad:

This is an occupational surname of Spanish origin. It means ‘everlasting or eternal.’

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3. Abadiano:

This habitational name refers to a village in Biscay, Spain. It is one of the most common surnames in the Philippines.

4. Abalos:

It is also one of the common last names in the Philippines. It is derived from Ábalos, a place near Haro in Soria province, and is a variant of Avalos, referring to a grove of kermes oak.

5. Abel:

This is a biblical name meaning ‘breath, vapor, or vanity’ in Hebrew.

6. Adlawan:

It has its origin in Cebuano and means ‘daytime.’ The root word ‘Adlaw’ means ‘sun’ in English.

7. Agbayani:

This surname has its usage in Filipino, Tagalog, and Ilocano. It means ‘to be heroic,’ in Ilocano language.

8. Alcantara:

This is a habitational name for someone from the municipality of Alacantara in Extremadura, Spain. It is a transliteration of the Arabic word al-qantara, which means ‘the bridge.’

9. Almazan:

It is primarily used in the Philippines and refers to someone from the municipality of Almazan in Castile and Leon, Spain. The name is derived from the Arabic word ‘al-makhzan,’ meaning ‘the stronghold.’

Alonto:

Alonto means ‘extraordinary’ in Maranao. It is primarily used by Maranao and Filipino people.

Ambong:

This refers to a type of hut or shack used for storing food grains. It has its origins in Filipino and Cebuano.

Avelino:

It is derived from the personal name Avelino of Spanish origin. It was borne by Saint Andrea Avellino of the 17th century in Avellino in Campania, Italy.

Baccay:

This surname means ‘to guard’ in Tagalog.

Bacolod:

This is a toponymic name for someone who lived in the city of Bacolod on Negros Island in Western Visayas, Philippines. It means ‘hill or mound’ in English.

Bacunawa:

It is derived from the Cebuano word bakunawa, which refers to a type of serpent or dragon in Visayan mythology.

Baguinda:

This surname is a Minangkabau honorific for a prince. It was adopted in honor of Rajah Baguinda Ali, a Mininakabau prince who was a ruler of the Sulu Archipelago.

Balaguer:

This habitational name refers to someone from the city of Balaguer in Catalonia, Spain. It also has its origin in Arabic.

Balindong:

It is a title of nobility, meaning ‘seer or philosopher’ in Maranao.

Baluyot:

This last name originated from the Hiligaynon word baluyot, meaning ‘bag, sack, or pouch.’

Banaag:

Banaag means ‘gleam, daybreak, or reflection’ in Hiligaynon.

Bangon:

It means ‘to get up or rise’ in Maranao. It also refers to a plot of land.

Baquiran:

It is one of the most common surnames in the Philippines. This is a derivative of the word ‘bakiran,’ meaning forest in Ilocano.

Basa:

This Filipino surname is a popular surname in Manila, the Philippines.

Batabor:

It means ‘teapot or coffee pot’ in Maranao. It also refers to ‘green malong (tube skirt).’

Batungbakal:

It is a Tagalog and Filipino surname derived from a combination of two names, namely ‘bato,’ meaning ‘stone,’ and ’bakal,’ meaning ‘iron or steel.’

Bayabao:

This is derived from the Maranao term ‘Bayabaw,’ which refers to the traditional subdivisions of the eastern regions of Lanao.

Bulalacao:

It is widely used in Tagalog- and Filipino-speaking regions. This is a derivative of ‘bulalakaw’ in Tagalog, meaning ‘shooting star or meteor.’

Bulan:

A Cebuano surname meaning ‘a moon’ or ‘a month,’ this name was first brought to England by the Norman Conquest.

Cabahug:

The original surname ‘Cabajug’ was first found in the 19th-century Spanish documents. It is derived from ‘bahog,’ meaning ‘feed or slop’ in Cebuano.

Cagadas:

This name was most likely given to the Filipinos during the conversion of native Filipinos into Christianity.

Calinao:

It is derived from ‘kalinaw,’ meaning ‘clarity or peace’ in Cebuano.

Calumpang:

This is a toponymic name that refers to someone from the river in Batangas, Philippines. It is an alternative to the name ‘kalumpang,’ meaning ‘wild almond tree’ in Tagalog.

Camama:

This Filipino surname is derived from the word ‘kamama,’ meaning ‘manly or masculine’ in Maranao.

Canosa:

It is derived from the Latin word ‘Cana’ meaning ‘cave or reed.’ It is a common surname in the Caraga, Central Visayas, and Northern Mindanao regions.

Caringal:

This surname is derived from the nickname Dingal, meaning ‘very handsome or very beautiful’ in Tagalog.

Catacutan:

This is derived from the Tagalog word katakutan, meaning ‘fright or fear.’

Catapang:

It means ‘courage or bravery,’ and is derived from the Tagalog word ‘tapang.’

Cayabyab:

This Filipino surname originated from the Tagalog word ‘yabyab,’ meaning ‘pounding of rice grains.’

Celda:

This modern surname is of Spanish origin and is a word referring to a prison cell.

Chaves:

This is an alternate spelling of Chavez, the famous labor leader Cesar Chavez.

Dagohoy:

It is derived from the Cebuano phrase ‘dagon sa huyuhoy,’ meaning ‘talisman of the breeze.’

Dalisay:

This surname is a popular nickname meaning ‘chaste or pure.’ It has its origin in Tagalog and Cebuano languages.

Dasalan:

It refers to a ‘place of prayer,’ and is derived from the word ‘dasal,’ meaning ‘prayer’ in Tagalog.

Datuimam:

This last name is a title used for religious leaders. It is derived from the Maranao word ‘dato,’ meaning ‘chieftain, leader,’ and Arabic word ‘imam,’ meaning ‘leader.’

Datumanong:

It is derived from the name, Datomanong, a character in the Maranao epic poem Darangen. The name means ‘two-headed lizard’ in Maranao.

Datumolok:

This surname is a combination of the Maranao words ‘dato,’ meaning ‘chieftain or leader’ and ‘molok,’ meaning ‘own or possess.’ It is a title used for nobility.

Dayanghirang:

It means ‘chosen lady,’ and has a Tagalog origin. It is a combination of the words ‘dayang,’ meaning ‘lady, girl, process,’ and ‘hirang,’ meaning ‘selection or choice.’

Del Rosario:

This last name, meaning ‘of the rosary,’ has its origin in Spanish.

Dilag:

It refers to ‘splendor, beauty, or brilliance,’ or ‘maiden’ in Tagalog.

Dimaano:

It means ‘not injured or not touched.’ This surname is a combination of two Tagalog words, namely ‘di,’ meaning ‘no, not,’ and ‘maano,’ meaning ‘have something happen.’

Dimaapi:

This Tagalog word means ‘cannot be expressed.’

Dimabasa:

It is a Tagalog word for ‘dry.’ The name is a combination of two words, namely ‘di’ meaning ‘no, not’ and ‘basa’ meaning ‘watery, wet.’

Dimacuha:

It is Tagalog word meaning ‘unobtainable.’ It has been derived from the words di (no, not) and makuha (to obtain, to get).

Dimagiba:

It means ‘indestructible’ in Tagalog. It is derived from the words ‘di,’ meaning “no, not” and ‘giba,’ meaning ‘demolished, destroyed.’

Dimaisip:

It means ‘unfathomable.’ This surname is a combination of the Tagalog words ‘di’ meaning ‘no, not,’ and ‘isip’ meaning ‘discernment, intellect.’

Dimalanta:

It is a Tagalog word meaning ‘cannot be withered,’ and is derived from the words ‘di,’ meaning ‘no, not,’ and ‘malanta,’ meaning ‘wither, fade.’

Dimaliwat:

It is a Tagalog word meaning firm or stubborn. It is derived from the words ‘di,’ meaning ‘no, not’ and ‘liwat,’ meaning ‘to transfer.’

Dimapilis:

The meaning of the surname is ‘cannot be dissuaded.’ It is derived from the Tagalog words ‘di,’ meaning ‘no, not,’ and ‘pili,’ meaning ‘contorted or twisted.’

Dimatulac:

It means ‘stubborn’ or ‘cannot be moved.’ It is derived from the Tagalog words ‘di,’ meaning ‘no, not’ and ‘tulak,’ meaning ‘shove, push.’

Dimayuga:

It means ‘unshakable’ in Tagalog and is a combination of the words di (no, not) and mauga (shaky or wobbly).

Divata:

It is a Visayan or Mindanao word for‘ guardian or protector of nature.’ It refers to ancestorial spirits that guide mortals.

Dy:

This surname is a Hokkien romanization of ‘Li’ meaning ‘plum or plum tree’ in Chinese.

Elyas:

It is a variant of Elias, a Latinized form of the Hebrew word ‘Eliyahu,’ meaning ‘My God is Yahweh.’ This is a common surname amongst Filipino, Ethiopian, and Malay populations.

Fabroa:

This surname means ‘lucky’ and is of Tagalog origin. It is a variant of Fabro.

Fernandez:

This is a common Filipino surname, and it means ‘son of Fernando’ in Spanish.

Galura:

This Filipino last name originated from the Sanskrit term ‘garuda,’ which refers to a mythical bird in Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist beliefs.

Gatus:

This is a Cebuano word for ‘hundred.’

Gozar:

This Filipino surname is derived from the Spanish word ‘gozar,’ meaning ‘to enjoy.’

Guinto:

It means ‘gold’ in Tagalog.

Hermedilla:

It is an occupational name given to those from the Batangas province of the Southern Tagalog region during the Spanish rule.

Halili:

It means successor in Tagalog.

Labrador:

It is derived from the root word ‘labaro,’ meaning ‘work or labor.’ This surname is often associated with San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers.

Lardizabal:

It is a toponymic name denoting someone who lived at Lardizabal Palace, a mansion in Segura, Comarca of Goierri.

Laxamana:

This surname is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Laksamana,’ meaning ‘admiral or officer.’

Mabini:

It is the Tagalog word for ‘modest, prudent or civil.’

Magasaysay:

This is a Cebuano word meaning ‘to tell, to relate, or to narrate.’ A notable person with this name was Ramon Magasaysay, the seventh President of the Philippines.

Manug:

This surname is commonly adopted by those living in Mnaug in Visayas or Mindanao, Philippines.

Marohom:

It means ‘of the Sultan’ and refers to the Sultan in the Maranao region.

Milanay:

This is a surname used by people of the Bicol region in the Philippines.

Oracion:

This last name is derived from the Spanish word ‘oracion,’ meaning ‘prayer or sentence.’

Pabalat:

The Filipino surname means ‘saddle, cover,’ or ‘saddle maker.’ It is believed to have been given to a boy by a Spanish surveyor in the late 19th century.

Pacquiao:

This is the Hispanicized variant of Paquiao, and it means ‘wholesale’ in Cebuano. A notable personality with this surname is Manny Pacquiao, the former world boxing champion.

Panganiban:

It means cautious or careful. It is a combination of the Tagalog word ‘panganib,’ meaning ‘danger’ and the suffix -an denoting action or cause.

Radiab:

It is derived from the Maranao word ‘Radiyab,’ the name for the seventh month of the Islamic calendar.

Radiomoda:

It means ‘young king.’ It is a Maaranao title that was traditionally used by sultans.

Salalila:

It is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘sarira,’ meaning ‘body.’ It was the name of a rajah of the historical region of Maynila.

Salvador:

It is a popular Christian name meaning ‘Savior.’ it has its usage in Filipino, Spanish, Catalan, Tagalog, and Portuguese regions.

Sicat:

It is derived from the Tagalog word ‘sikat,’ meaning ‘rise to fame or appearance.’

Sioson:

It is the Hokkien word for ‘small grandchild.’ It was probably used as a nickname and eventually transformed into a surname.

Suarez:

The surname is an unaccented form of Suárez, meaning ‘son of Suero (blood, race, or family).’ It is a common surname in the Philippines and Latin America.

Sulu:

It is a habitational name referring to someone from the sea in the Philippines. A notable bearer of the name is Hikaru Sulu, the fictional character from Star Trek.

Sumulong:

This surname has its origin in Tagalog. It means ‘to advance’ or ‘to progress.’

Tanglao:

It is derived from the Tagalog word ‘tanglaw,’ meaning ‘illumination or light.’

Tatlonghari:

This refers to the biblical Magi or the Epiphany. It is a Tagalog word meaning ‘three kings.’

Tibayan:

The Filipino surname Tibayan is a Tagalor word meaning ‘to strengthen’ or ‘to secure.’

Tolentino:

The toponymic surname is derived from the name of a town in the province of Macerata in Italy.

Trinidad:

This Philippino last name means ‘trinity,’ referring to the Holy Trinity in Spanish.

Valle:

It is a habitational name, generally used by people living in any of the several places named ‘valle,’ meaning ‘valley.’

Valmorida:

This means ‘valley of the forest field,’ and is a mix of Spanish and Japanese—‘val’ for ‘valley,’ ‘mor’ for ‘forest/ woods’ in Japanese, and ‘ta’ for ‘paddy/ field.’

Velasco:

It is derived from a medieval name, Velasco or Belasco formed with ‘bel’ meaning ‘raven’ and a diminutive suffix’ -sco.’ It is also a habitational name used by people from any of the various places named Velasco in the Logrono, Soria, and Seville provinces.

Filipino surnames provide a fascinating glimpse into the country’s geography and culture. Most of these surnames have been in use for centuries and are still popular. It is interesting to learn the origins and variants of these names.

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