cabbage, swamp (also called kangkong)tangkungtaŋkuŋNswamp cabbage (kangkong)Ipomoea aquatica126.96.36.199garden food plantsBotbotany
cacao treekakawkakawNcacao treeThe cacao tree is a small height tree which bears seed pods on its trunk. The pods contains seed from which chocolate is produced. Cacao is a cultivated tree not native to the area or the Philippines.Theobroma cacao1.5.1TreeBotbotany
calantas treelanipga'lanipgaʔNCalantas treeLanipga' is a tree whose wood is rich red-orange color, course grained, and very light weight. 1.5.1TreeBotbotany
calling out to each other, peoplemagtatawagayNpeople calling out to each otherMadég ya magtatawagay.There are many people calling out to each other.In the mountain villages communication is done by calling out from field to field, or mountain top to mountain top. The hills provide an acoustic ampitheater. However, access to cell phones are beginning to have an diminishing effect on this custom.
calloused, bekyebbelan2Vfigbe callousedKyebbelan da ya ise' yan na lalabetay na ama.The child is already unresponsive to the whip of the father.Said of someone who has a hardened character and is unwilling to change. It is used in a negative sense.
calloused, people have becomepigpangkebbelanVpeople have become callousedUsed figuratively to describe people’s habits, minds, thoughts, heart--to become hardened or unfeeling toward something--usually doing evil deeds; or unfeeling toward someone’s needs.
callouses on one’s sole, thickpanggangipaŋgaŋiNThe panggangi is the thick callouses that are on the soles of people's feet that walk bare-footed all the time.
came /comes from a place, s.o.piglekatan 1Vs.o. came /comes from a place
came out of the watertyumungngawtyumuŋŋawVcame out of the water1.3.4Be in water
came spatially near to s.o.pigduludVcame spatially near to s.o.
came to a place (close by), someonepigkadiVsomeone came to a place (close by)
came to s.o.migka͡awunVcame to s.o.Opposite of sugu'.
camotekasila'kasilaʔNcamote; sweet potato (generic term)The kasila' is related to kangkong and morning glory. The green tops are eaten as a vegetable and are rich in vitamin A.Ipomoea batatas188.8.131.52edible rootsBotbotanycomp.kasila' kawuyid.kasila' na ibidid.kasila' tigasaw