Baybayin is a prehispanic Philippine script that was used before and during the 16th & 17th centuries before being replaced by the Latin Alphabet. Baybayin script still survived and has seen some revival in the modern Philippines. (Wikipedia)
The government is promoting the use of the script and was written on various Philippine Seals or Logos, Philippine Passports, Philippine Money, and even in some signages in Manila.
Others have their favorite phrase inked in Baybayin script permanently or temporarily on any part of their body.
Words Written on this item: (Cut it out individually per word)
- Padayon (Keep Going)
- Puhon (Hopefully, in God's Time)
- Matibay (Strong)
- Biyaya (Blessing)
- Maka-Diyos (Godly)
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