Masuna ngan waray uran yana nga aga didi sa VSU. [It's a bright rainless morning here at VSU (Visayas State University).]
The word Waray does not only refer to the Waray-speaking people or to the Waray language, but it also refers to one particular Waray word, "waray", which means "nothing", "none", or "not". Here's a list of common expressions using the word "Waray".
Common examples of Waray adjectives are mahusay (beautiful), mabara (ugly), mataba (plump), mahugos (thin/skinny), maduas (pale), mabusag (having the quality of being white), mabaga (having the condition of being red), mapili (having the condition of being black), bulaw (brown), maupay (good), marasa (delicious), mabaho (stinky/smelly), and mahumot (fragrant).
By repeating the root word, a new meaning is created: