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Jun 26th
How Asocena (Dog-meat Dish) Came to Be Coined PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 19 September 2010 22:01
(Snipped) Dr. Eddie Calderon wrote: Tony: I remember the word Asocena which is a combined Tagalog and Spanish words. Aso, being a Tagalog word for dog, and cena, a Spanish word for supper. (Snipped) Probably the Philippines is one of the few countries where you have this bilingual portmanteau like asocena because mahilig dito magshift from one language to another, tulad ng sentence na ito. :-) Ano pa bang examples ng mga bilingual portmanteus? Maganda rin sigurong magcompile niyan, ano? For fun lang although it would have other uses. Salamuch! Mon
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