How do you say Sugar in tagalog?

Discussion in 'Vocabulary' started by kuya, Oct 19, 2017.

  1. kuya

    kuya Administrator Staff Member

    You say...

    asukal - a-su-kal

    It almost sounds like spanish for asucar...

  2. RoseKaizer

    RoseKaizer New Member

    Yes Sugar in tagalog is "ASUKAL".
  3. mdayrit

    mdayrit New Member

    Asukal is a noun that refers to sugar in Filipino. It came from the Spanish word "Azucar" which also means the same. It is pronounced as "A-su-kal"
  4. Lissiel Calo

    Lissiel Calo New Member

    Sugar in Tagalog is "Asukal" in syllable "A-su-kal". Yes it is from spanish, since Philippines was colonized by the Spaniards in the 18th century. We adapt a lot of Spanish languages like the table we called it "lamesa"
  5. Corzhens

    Corzhens Member

    In some provinces Sugar is called A-soo-kar which is a version of A-soo-kal. Both can be considered correct. How about table salt? It is called asin which sounds like sin. Add to that vinegar that is soo-ka and you can cook adobo when you include soy sauce which is to-yo plus crushed garlic which is bawang.