Cebuano – “Amping”
“Amping kanunay sa imong pag biyahe!”Translation: Take care always in your travels!
Boholano – “Ajo ajo”
“Pag ajo ajo sa imo lakaw!”Translation: Take care when you go out!
Hilgaynon – “Halong”
“Halong ka gid padto sa skwelahan!”Translation: You take care in going to school!
Waray – “Paghirot”
“Paghirot hit imo lawas para diri ka masakit.”Translation: Take care of yourself to avoid getting sick.
Aklanon – “Dahan”
“Dahan ka ha sa trabaho!”Translation: Take care at work!
Maranao – “Piyapiya”
“Piyapiya ka igirap ping dribe ka!”Translation: Take care when you drive!
Surigaonon – “Ajo-ajo”
“Ajo-ajo sa inyo lakaw!”Translation: You take care when you go out!
Chavacano – “Cuidao”
“Tiene cuidao si pabolbida!”Translation: Take care in going home!
Tausog – “Kamayah!”
“Ha adlaw eni magkamayah man kita niyu!”Translation: Take care for the day!Dialects may differ from one island to another, but expressing care to loved ones when they have a fever or headache is one of the many constants among Filipinos.Throughout the years, Paracetamol (Biogesic) has always been there to care for every Filipino—even breastfeeding or pregnant women, and people with comorbidities. Among oral pain and fever medicines, Biogesic is the brand most prescribed by doctors.Sharing Biogesic to loved ones is another way of expressing love regardless of their location within the region. Show your care by sending your loved ones a Biogesic today!If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.ASC Reference Code: U183P032822BS. SPONSORED CONTENT.