Kapampangan or Capampan͠gan refers to the language and people of Pampanga province. It is also known as Pampango or Pampangueño. A woman from Pampanga is called a Pampangueña.
Are you a native of Pampanga?
Marunong ka bang magsalita ng Kapampangan?
= Marunong ka bang mangapampangan?
Do you know how to speak Capampangan?
Examples of Kapampangan words:
one, two, three, four, five, six, seven eight, nine, ten
Nanu ing lagyu mu?
What is your name?
Ana ya ing lagyu ku.
Anne is my name.
Nokarin na ka?
Where are you?
Atyu ku keni.
I am here.
Mimwa ku keka.
I’m angry at you.
I love you.
The word cabalen (kabalen) refers to a fellow Kapampangan. Many Tagalog-speaking Filipinos are familiar with this Kapampangan word, so they will sometimes affectionately refer to their Pampangueño friends as cabalen.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!