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assamʔassamNa variety of sticky rice. The seed is short and stubby, with varigated color of dark and tan.5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vineBotbotany

baliwes kulamanbaliwɜs kulamann.phr.a variety of sticky rice. Its seed large, very fat and stubby in shape. It is a light-brown color.5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vineBotbotany

belad2ˈbɜ.ladNwhole dried fish5.2Food

Bisaya'BisayaʔNa variety of sticky rice. Its seed is distinguished by its longer, skinny shape, and light-brown color.5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vineBotbotany

bulan4bulanNa variety of sticky rice.5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vineBotbotany

dalilandalilanNa variety of sweet potato recognized by its red skin with white lines.5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

di-asdi.ʔasprobably from Spanish: diazNa variety of sweet potato distinguished by its white meat which turns yellow when cooked.5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

gadabunga.da.ˈbunNa variety of sticky rice distinguished by fat, stubby shape, and light brown color. 5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vineBotbotany

kabiyag2biyagder. ofbiyag1vb.statthe state of being full/satisfied having eaten5.2.2Eat5.2Food5.2.2.6Satiated, full

kagetemder. ofgetem1vb.statbe hungryUsually used with negative existential wala' kagetem., thirsty5.2.2Eat5Daily life5.2Food

kakankakander. ofkan1Nfood (cooked rice) 5.2Food

kalubangkalubaŋNA variety of squash, distinguished by its green color. 5.2Food1.5.3.1garden food plantsBotbotany

kalya'kalyaʔN1ampalaya fruitThe kalya' is has a bitter-tasting fruit used as vegetable.Momordica charantia5.2Food2ampalaya plant1.5.3.1garden food plants

kamansikamansiNbreadfruit treeA tree of medium height with large leaves. Its fruit is large (15 cm), round and is cooked as a vegetable.Artocarpus altilis1.5.1Tree5.2FoodBotbotany

kan2kaan1NKanen is cooked rice.5.2Food2Veatder.kumakanayder.kānanwill eat a mealpakanwill offer to eat comp. formkana2Eat [command]

kapayakapayaNpapaya plant and its fruitCarica papaya1.5.1Tree5.2FoodBotbotany

kapi3kapiNKapi is coffee, the product that is made by roasting, grinding, and mixing in hot water to make a drinkable beverage. 5.2Food

kasila' kawuykasilaʔ kawuycomp. ofkasila'n.phr.cassava plant and its rootalso called manioc and is the source f or tapioca.Manibot esculenta5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

kasila' na ibidkasilaʔ na ibidid. ofkasila'n.phr.var. of sweet potatoA sweet potato root distinguished by its white skin and is small in size like a lizard egg.5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

kasila' tigasawkasilaʔ tiga:sawid. ofkasila'n.phr.var. of sweet potatoa variety of sweet potato recognized by its long shape and orange color. When cooked meat is orange inside.5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

lansunalansunaNsweet bell pepper plant and its fruit5.2Food

lapyunglapyuŋNsweet potato cut into large chunks and cooked in a soup5.2Food

lulubˈlu.lubNLulub is a rice wrapped in leaves of the agikik plant and cooked in a layi' bamboo tube.5.2Food

magsagamsamder. ofsagamsamVIf someone magsagamsam, something like food is delicious or smells good, and they smack their lips in anticipation.5.2Food2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of sounds

magsakul2ˈsa.kulder. ofsakul1If people say they will magsakul, they will cut a lumbiya or sago palm, prepare the core, process the palm flour and eat it.Procmagsakul2der. ofsakul1lumbiyamagsakul2der. ofsakul1natek5.2Food