Latoya in Pig Latin is "Atoya-lay."
The word, "I" is spelled, "I-yay," in Pig Latin.
Pig Latin for Lena is Eena-lay.
Pig Latin for Manning is Anning-may.
Pig Latin for Madison is Addison-May.
Pig Latin for Nancy is Ancy-nay.
Here is how you speel Katherine in Pig Latin: atherinekay
Pig Latin for Danial is Ann-yul-day.
In Pig Latin you would say Michelle, "I-may, elle-chay."
Pig Latin for 'I love you' is 'I-ay ov-lay oo-yay'.
In Pig Latin, the name Maddy would become Addymay (Addy-may).
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The word "dear" is spelled "ear-day" in Pig Latin, which removes one or more initial syllables to the end of the word followed by -ay.
Pig Latin for pig is 'ig-pay'. Pig Latin for Latin is 'Atin-lay'. So you could say that you are speaking 'Ig-pay Atin-lay'.
One way is as "Ianna-bray" (ee-ah-nuh-bray).
"Sam" in Pig Latin is, Am-Say.
"George" in Pig Latin is, Eorge-Gay.
"Larry" in Pig Latin is, Arry-Lay.
Pig Latin is a code, not a language.
"Music" in Pig Latin is, Usic-May.
Pig Latin is spoken by juveniles.
Oybay means boy in pig Latin.
Pig Latin for you is oo-yay.
Pig Latin for baker is aker-bay.
Pig Latin for Tyler is Eyeler-Tay.
Pig Latin for day is ay-day.
Pig Latin for rat is at-ray.
Pig Latin for princess is incess-pray.
Pig Latin for Morgan is Organ-may.
Pig Latin for Charla is Arla-Chay.
Melissa in Pig Latin is: elissamay.
Andycay is how you say candy in Pig Latin.
No you cant use pig latin in Microsoft 2007
Pig Latin is normally only spoken, but it would be spelled out Aleyhay. (Aley-hay) *The game language Pig Latin alters English words by removing the first consonant sound (or group), adding it after the rest of word, followed by -AY. Examples : cat = at-cay / dog = og-day / spelling = elling-spay
In Pig Latin (normally only a spoken language), it would be Ohnjay (Ohn-jay). *The game language Pig Latin alters English words by removing the first consonant sound (or group), adding it after the rest of word, followed by -AY. Examples : cat = at-cay / dog = og-day / spelling = elling-spay
Here is a comman phrase in pig latin Iway ancay eakspay igpay atinlay! TRANSLATION-I can speak pig latin
Pig Latin for money is uny-may.
"Rachel" in Pig Latin is, Achel-Ray.
Pig Latin for cold is old-cay.
Pig Latin for Skye is Eye-Skay.
Pig Latin for Cassie is A-see-cay.
Pig Latin for pie is eye-pay.
Pig Latin for Jesse is Essy-Jay.
Pig Latin for Kalli is Alli-Kay.
Pig Latin for Johnthan is On-thin-jay.
Pig Latin for 'your name' is 'or-yay aim-nay'.
Pig Latin for hello is ello-hay.
Pig Latin for Tina is Eena-Tay.
Stella in Pig Latin is Ella-stay.
Pig Latin for lively is ive-lee-lay.