What’s in english of “palamunin”, “paaralin”, “intindihin”? these words are filipino words.?

5 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It’s actually hard to give one word for each so I’ll just try to make you understand these words.

    PALAMUNIN is a person who doesn’t have a job and therefore needs to be fed.

    PAARALIN is a person who needs to be supported financially with his studies.

    INTINDIHIN is a person or a thing that needs to be taken care of.

    So, okay we may use the terms bum, burden, parasite, loafer, and idler.

    Hope that helped!


  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    Wasted Potential

  • Tranquilizer
    1 month ago

    Palamunin = Parasite

    Paaralin = To support in studies

    Intindihin = (1) Ward or (2) To understand; depending on where the stress in pronunciation is

  • mma
    5 days ago

    A liability.

  • Arc
    1 month ago

    Palamunin-a burden



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