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If you’re in Philippines or a Filipino speaking state, ever thought about the right way to tell the actual time in Filipino? Telling the actual time in Filipino is all about learning the Filipino numbers and certain rules concerning the hours, minutes and seconds when it comes to Filipino. Learn More

In this particular web site, you’ll learn simply the best way to tell the time when it comes to Filipino while using the following words and phrases for:
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List of Phrases to Help You Telling Time in Filipino Language

nowngayon (nahn-GAH-yon)
a while ago/earlierkanina (kah-NEE-nah)
latermamaya (mah-MAH-yah)
beforebago (BAH-goh)
afterpagkatapos (pahg-kah-TAH-pohs)
morningumaga (oo-MAH-gah)
noontanghali (tang-HAH-lee)
afternoonhapon (HAH-pohn)
eveninggabi (GAH-bee)
nightgabi (GAH-bee)
midnighthatinggabi (hah-teeng-GAH-bee)
dawnmadaling-araw (mah-DAH-leeng-AH-row)

Want to know the best way to say five o-clock in Filipino? Use the terms underneath to help you tell the actual time on the clock in Filipino.
ng is pronounced 'nang' (rhymes with sung)
What time is it?Anóng oras na? (ah-NOHNG OH-rahs nah?)
At what time...?Anóng oras...? (ah-NOHNG OH-rahs...?)
one o'clock AMala una ng madaling araw (ah-lah OO-nah nahng mah-DAH-leeng AH-row)
two o'clock AMalas dos ng madaling araw (AH-lahs dohs nahng mah-DAH-leeng AH-row)
three o'clock AMalas tres ng madaling araw (AH-lahs trehs nahng mah-DAH-leeng AH-row)
four o'clock AMalas kwatro ng madaling araw (AH-lahs KWAH-troh nahng mah-DAH-leeng AH-row)
five o'clock AMalas singko ng madaling araw (AH-lahs SEENG-koh nahng mah-DAH-leeng AH-row)
six o'clock AMalas sais ng umaga (AH-lahs says nahng oo-MAH-gah)
seven o'clock AMalas siyete ng umaga (AH-lahs SYEH-teh nahng oo-MAH-gah)
eight o'clock AMalas otso ng umaga (AH-lahs OHT-soh nahng oo-MAH-gah)
nine o'clock AMalas nuwebe ng umaga (AH-lahs noo-WEH-beh nahng oo-MAH-gah)
ten o'clock AMalas diyes ng umaga (AH-lahs dyehs nahng oo-MAH-gah)
eleven o'clock AMalas onse ng umaga (AH-lahs OHN-seh nahng oo-MAH-gah)
twelve o'clock/noonalas dose ng tanghali (AH-lahs DOH-seh nahng TAHNG-hah-lee)
one o'clock PMala una ng hapon (AH-lah OO-nah nahng HAH-pohn)
two o'clock PMalas dos ng hapon (AH-lahs dohs nahng HAH-pohn)
three o'clock PMalas tres ng hapon (AH-lahs trehs nahng HAH-pohn)
four o'clock PMalas kwatro ng hapon (AH-lahs KWAH-troh nahng HAH-pohn)
five o'clock PMalas singko ng hapon (AH-lahs SEEHNG-koh nahng HAH-pohn)
seven o'clock PMala siyete ng hating gabi (AH-lah SYEH-teh nahng HAH-teeng GAH-bee)
six o'clock PMala sais ng hating gabi (AH-lah says nahng HAH-teeng GAH-bee)
eight o'clock PMalas otso ng hating gabi (AH-lahs OHT-soh nahng HAH-teeng GAH-bee)
nine o'clock PMalas nuebe ng hating gabi (AH-lahs noo EH-beh nahng HAH-teeng GAH-bee)
ten o'clock PMalas dies ng hating gabi (AH-lahs DEE ehs nahng HAH-teeng GAH-bee)
eleven o'clock PMalas onse ng hating gabi (AH-lahs OHN-seh nahng HAH-teeng GAH-bee)
one o'clock PMala una ng hapon (AH-lah OO-nah nahng HAH-pohn)
two o'clock PMalas dos ng gabi (AH-lahs dohs nahng GAH-bee)
twelve o'clock/midnightalas dose ng madaling araw (AH-lahs DOH-seh nahng mah-DAH-leeng AH-row)
one thirty o'clock PMala una y media ng hapon (AH-lah OO-nah ee meh-DEE ah nahng HAH-pohn)
two thiry PMalas dos y media ng hapon (AH-lahs dohs ee meh-DEE ah nahng HAH-pohn)
one thirty AMala una y media ng madaling araw (AH-lah OO-nah ee meh-DEE ah nahng mah-DAH-leeng AH-row)
nine thirty AMalas nuwebe ng umaga (AH-lahs noo-WEH-beh nahng oo-MAH-gah)
one forty five AMala una kwarenta y singko ng umaga (AH-lah OO-nah kwah-REHN-tah ee SEENG-koh nahng oo-MAH-gah)
nine forty five AMalas nuebe kwarenta y singko ng umaga (AH-lahs noo-EH-beh kwah-REHN-tah ee SEENG-koh nahng oo-MAH-gah)

Make use of the fundamental Filipino phrases to tell the time duration such as a Year, Week and a Four week period when it comes to Filipino language.
A vowel ending number must be suffixed with "-ng" while consonant-ending numbers must be followed by "na", e.g. isaNG minuto (one minute) or apat NA minuto (four minutes).
_____ second(s)_____ segundo (seh-GOON-doh)
_____ minute(s)_____ minuto (mee-NOO-toh)
_____ hour(s)_____oras (OH-rahs)
_____ day(s)_____araw (AH-row)
_____ week(s)_____ linggo (LEENG-goh)
_____ month(s)_____buwan (BOO-wahn)
_____ year(s)_____taon (TAH-ohn)

Select the hyperlinks below to find a number of useful Filipino holiday words which you’ll find structured by group. For every holiday phrase in Filipino, you will notice the actual English interpretation.

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