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buko salad [búko sálad] n A dessert made of young coconut with condensed milk, Nestle cream, fruit cocktail, sugar and cubed cheese. [lit: young-coconut salad] (sem. domains: 5.2.3 - Types of food.)

macaroni salad [macaroni salad] n Boiled macaroni, rinsed, fruit cocktail, mayonnaise and Nestle cream to which tiny pieces of torn cooked chicken flesh are added together with small pieces of par-boiled carrot. (sem. domains: 5.2.3 - Types of food.)

salad [sálad] 11.1n Vegetable dish (i.e. leafy vegetables boiled in water). 1.2vbt To boil leafy vegetables quickly (in water to which flavouring foods like garlic can be added and water is drained off). salad Nagsalad ako it mga tangkong. I boiled the leafy greens in water. [Green leafy vegetables e.g. cabbage (repolyo), vegetable tops (usbor), leaves (rahon), chinese cabbage (pitsay) are boiled then flavoured with garlic (bawang), tomatoes (kamatis), citrus (suwa, arangha), soy sauce (toyo), vinegar (suka), onions (sibuyas), salt (asin).] 22.1n Fruit salad (made with macaroni, mayonnaise and sometimes chicken).

halo [hálò] 1vbt To mix something with, together; stir (as of mixing foods by stirring to combine the ingredients e.g. coconut salad, mixed drinks, starch, stirring cooking food). halo Waya gihalue nida it asukar kag pinais. She didn’t mix sugar into the cassava cakes. Inghaluan nida kag planggana it salad. She mixed the salad in the basin. syn: partisipar, yakot 1, iba 2, umir 3, yamor 2, yakay 2, halo 2. (sem. domains: 7.5.3 - Mix.) 2vi To mix with, “mingle with”(as of people mixing socially). Kag ibang manggaranon ay bihira makihalo sa mga pobre. Some wealthy people seldom mix with poor people. syn: partisipar, yakot 1, iba 2, umir 3, yamor 2, yakay 2, halo 1. (sem. domains: 7.5.3 - Mix.)

huwag₄ [huwág] n Used as tying materials, made into fish traps, used in making ropes and baskets, young shoots are eaten either raw as a salad or cooked. agnaya Stenochlaena Palustris (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)

kilaw [kílaw] vt To make food using raw, fresh ingredients like fish, seashells, oyster, sweet potato mixed with vinegar; salad; uncooked food. kilaw, kilawin Akilawon nako kag kamote. I’ll eat the camote while it’s raw. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1 - Food from plants, 6.4.5 - Fishing.) der. kilawon

mani₁ n Arachis oil is obtained by expression, and is nearly colorless and has a pleasant taste. It is edible and is used as a salad oil, especially as a cheaper substitute for olive oil. The lower grades are used for making soaps or for burning. The edible pods are eaten either boiled or roasted. The protein and fat contents are very high and contain sonsiderable carbohydrates. They are also fair sources of calcium and iron. mani Arachis Hypogaea

manunggay n The young leaves are used as a leafy vegetable. The flowers are also cooked as a vegetable as are the half-ripe fruits. The leaves have a general characteristics of s leafy vegetable and are very rich in calcium and iron and a good source of phosphorus. The young fruits have the general characteristics of a succulent vegetable and high in protein. They are only a fair source of calcium and iron but are high in phosphorus. The root has a taste like that of horse-radish, and in India is eaten by Europeans as a substitute for the latter. This species yields seeds from which ben oil is obtained and the oil is used for salads and culinary purposes, and to equal the best Florence oil as an illuminant. The bark is used as a rubefacient remedy. The roots of this tree, if chewed and applied to the bite of a snake, will prevent the poison from spreading. A decoction of the roots is considered antiscorbutic and is also given to delirious patients. malungai Moringa Oleifera

nidog [nidóg] n Plant species; coconut palm and fruit, also used for medicine, building and weaving. Yields timber, food, fermented and unfermented drink, alcohol, vinegar, thatching material splints, strips and fibers for making baskets, mats, rope, hats, brushes, brooms, and other articles; fuel, caulking material; utensils for households use, such as cups, bowls, spoons; oil for food, cooking, illumination, for making soap, substitutes for butter and lard, ointments; and oil cake for feeding domestic animals and for fertilizer. The bud makes an excellent salad. Leaflets are used for wrapping suman. Copra is obtained from dried kernels of coconut palm. niyog Cocos Nucifera (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree, 5.2.3.1 - Food from plants.) comp. di nidog , comp. unor it nidog

pako₁ [pako] n Eaten raw or cooked, used as salad with various dressings, as leafy vegetables, or as an ingredient of stews. TAGALOG! pakó Athyrium Esculentum (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1 - Food from plants.)

pako₂ [pako] n When cooked, can be eaten as a salad or as a substitute for asparagus. Leaves are made into a poultice for skin complaints. TAGALOG! pako Ceratopteris Thalictroides (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1 - Food from plants, 2.5.7.3 - Medicinal plants.)

pipino₁ n The raw fruits are peeled, sliced, and served with vinegar or dressing or as an ingredient of salads. The large yellow cucumbers are often boiled and eaten as vegetable,particularly as an ingredient for stews. The fruit is low in nutritive value but a good source of iron and calcium. They contain also very little vitamin A but are good sources of vitamins B,C, and G. pepino Cucumis Sativus

ubor [úbor] n Heart of coconut palm, banana tree, the growing part . It is used for making salad. ubod Kag ubor it nidog ay gingyuto nak lumpia ni Inday. Inday cooked the heart of the coconut tree to make lumpia. syn: ubog 3. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)

tagnatis [tagnátis] (irreg. infl. tignatis) n Round yellow bananas latundan Kalasang iyakot sa salad kag tagnatis. It’s very delicious to add the round yellow bananas into salads. syn: tunran.

tamang pagtudlo [támang pagtúdlo] adj Correct teaching. tamang turo Abang lasa tong ida salad dahil nabaoy nida tong tamang pagtudlo sa ida. She made a very delicious salad because she was able to get the correct teaching on how to do it.