charmos means: This word was originally spoken by people in the south of the Philippines to show pride at others’ achievements and not be too proud. It is derived from “charmos-ginamos tag singko, ang takos”, or in Tagalog charmosginamos, tig limang pino ang dakal. In English, the translation could be charmosginamos five pesos per scoop. It doesn’t really mean much, except it could be used as an expression. However, ginamos refers to a fish sauce found in the south of the Philippines. Charmos, char and charmos are shorter versions. (in Community Dictionary, added by Arnav Taylor)