Do you know these words? Are you familiar with them? Does it sound/look alien to you? Or do these words even have meaning? Ok then, here is a trivia from all of you guys. These three words may look the same but all of them have each different meaning. The word is taken and comes from a very native dialect in Philippines specifically in Mindanao region. These word are often use in their daily subsistence. Let me start with the word “Ayo”, this word is commonly use to call attention if you are visiting a neighbors/friends or even somebody’s house it’s comparable to knocking the door or saying like hello is there anybody home? So that people who didn’t notice that you are in their vicinity will not find it offensive. Another meaning of “Ayo” is something fixed or repaired this time we are using it as an adjective unlike the first definition we use it as a verb. Now let us ensue to the next fascinating word which is “Ay-o”, just shove forward the “o” and it will give us a very different meaning.”Ay-o” is most often use in a discussion or conversation particularly in an argument whenever there is hesitation, conflict, contrary, agreement, it is like saying, I see, ok, I agree, Aha, all of these word corresponds to the word “Ay-o”. Well what about the word “Ayo Ayo”? This word is use after a very good conversation to a friend that leads to parting or farewell. It’s somewhat like saying Godspeed, take care, or have a good day. A very positive feeling you catch once you heard someone tells you “Ayo Ayo”. A Very mind filling information we share today so let’s keep our mind open and never stop learning. Ayo- Ayo to you all.
Posted by GamesDiet on July 28th, 2011