Note: This post is for Filipino readers.

Mathematics in the Philippines is taught in English, and I have never used a math term in Filipino (our national language) before. I found these translations, and I am delighted to share it to fellow Filipino math teachers and enthusiasts. Honestly, I only know one translation, and it is embarrassing that I didn’t even know the other translations exist.

- math –
**sipnayan**
- mathematician –
**sipnayanon**
- arithmetic –
**palatuusan**
- radical –
**pangugat**
- exponential function –
**pangunahing kabisa**
- square root –
**pariugat**
- cube root –
**taluugat**
- square –
**parirami**
- cube –
**talurami**
- differential –
**tingirin**
- involution –
**balisultag**
- tangent –
**dikit**
- plane figure –
**lapyang laraw**
- probability –
**kalagmitan**
- permutation –
**pamalitan**
- factorial –
**bunin**
- infinity –
**awanggan**
- imaginary number –
**guning bilang**

Please share to fellow Filipinos. 🙂

There is also a math blog written in Filipino (or TagLish) called

**Sipnayan**. You might want to check it out.