Dalupaeños speak Bikol Naga, the most spoken language in the Bicol region. However, the use of Bikol slang words and angry speech register is widespread in the village.

Tagalog is spoken in the village with non-Bicolano speakers, specifically visitors from other regions in the Philippines.

English is the official language in formal occasions at school. Events organized by the local government use English and Bikol Naga.

Rinconada Bikol, one of the several languages of the Bicol language, is spoken by some teachers and residents from the Rinconada District.

Castellano is spoken by a few residents.

List of Bikol Slang Words and Angry Speech Register

Bicol macrolanguage has unique angry register, which cannot be found in any other Austronesian languages inside and outside the Philippines.

It is generally used only among same-age speakers or by older speakers to younger listeners, as usage by younger speakers in addressing their elders would constitute great disrespect. On occasion, the angry register is used in sarcasm or humor, but the majority of its usage is in anger.

  • Alimanták – head
  • Babaknít / Siknít – girl
  • Bagwák – rain
  • Biráy – house
  • Galtók – chicken
  • Gamadyá – dog
  • Giprádon – flirty
  • Guramóy – fingers
  • Guslók – hungry
  • Gusngab – old
  • Habháb – eat
  • Haráb-harabón – hasty
  • Kamúlmog – hand
  • Karusgús – bathe
  • Kuláspirá – girl
  • Kuláspiró – boy
  • Kurasmág – cat
  • Kuríbaw – run
  • Lamakdô – clothing
  • Lamasdák / Tamindós – tummy
  • Lamasgás – rice
  • Langág – house
  • Lantót / Lantúag – wander
  • Lasngág – drunk
  • Luskid / lûkid – mountain
  • Madíris – mother
  • Malsók – eye
  • Padíris – father
  • Paníya – girlfriend
  • Paníyo – boyfriend
  • Pándok pérak / Pándupírak – gold digger
  • Pasngák – kid
  • Pugarót – fart
  • Samagták – money
  • Samigtók – fish
  • Samilmíg – water
  • Samingkíl – feet
  • Sigmák – poop
  • Talingogngóg – ear
  • Talsót – scared / coward
  • Tìlab – drink
  • Turàsoy – pee
  • Tusmág / Tuspók – asleep