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abukadu

nAvocado tree; avocado fruit.avocadoPersea americana1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

atis

nAtis, sugar apple.atis; sugar appleAnnona squamosa1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

balimbingbeyimbing

nBalimbing, starfruit (fruit and tree).balimbing; starfruitAverrhoa carambolaThe fruit is five cornered, longish, yellow when ripe, sour.1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

bewunuˈbalunuˈ

nBalunu (fruit and tree).Magnifera caesiaSize like a big mango, the skin is like a rough skinned potato, has a big, longish
seed and white flesh. The leaves are similar to a chico tree, but somewhat bigger.
Ekkabewunuˈ patahakanku.I have many bewunuˈ fruit (placed there) to ripen.1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

beyimbingbalimbing

nBalimbing, starfruit.Averrhoa carambola1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

biyabas

nGuava.guavaPsidium guajava1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

buwahan

nLansones.lansonesLansium domesticumMamismanamalbuwahan teˈedin.The true lansones are very sweet.1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

VARIETIES OF LANSONES
buwahankāndaˈ large, few seeds
buwahantampul large many seeds
buwahanteˈed small, few seeds, pointed and greenish near the stem

chico

nChico, sapodilla (a fruit).chico (fruit); sapodillaAchras Zapota1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

duwiˈan

nDurian, fruit and tree.durianDurio zibethinus1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

ibaˈ

nKamias (a sour, green fruit).Averrhoa bilimbikamiasIt is about 4 cm long. Used in cooking to give things a bit of a sour flavor.1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

igira

nFig (the tree and fruit).fig, tree and fruitFicus carica1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

istarepol

nStar apple; caimito (common name).Chrysophyllum cainitostar apple1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit
vsubjectmag-To pick or get star apples.Megistarepolsiyediˈilew.They picked star apples yesterday.

jayitun

nOlives.olivesOlea europaea1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

kahawa

nCoffee (tree, its fruit and the drink).coffeeCoffea arabica or excelsaThe excelsa is a hardy variety much grown in the Philippines.Tahaknebuwaˈkahawahin.The fruit of the coffee is ripe already.Nginum ku kahawa bang salung.I drink coffee in the morning.1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit
vsubjectN-, mag-To pick coffee (beans).kudahuˈngahawadaddaliˈ duk pennoˈ karutkun.I will just go and quickly pick some coffee so that my sack will be full.

kakew

nCacao tree (the fruit of which yields cocoa).cocoaTheobroma cacaoThe white lining of the seeds can be eaten, seeds are roasted and made into a drink.Niyaˈkakewku tellum poˈon.I have three cacao trees.Sanglagku bigi kakew inin hinangku sekulati duk niyaˈ inumku.I roast these cacao seeds, making them into cocoa so that I have something to drink.1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

kalamansi

nCalamansi.Citrus microcarpacalamansilessem1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

kamansi

nBreadfruit tree.breadfruit treeArtocarpus camansiThe fruit is similar to marang, the leaves are also similar to marang but lobed. The
seeds are hard on the outside. After cooking, their hard skins can be removed and
the inside eaten as a staple food (formerly), or like nuts (now). When still unripe
the fruit can be peeled and then cooked as a vegetable, usually in coconut milk.
Hāp sinayul buwaˈ kamansihin amban nangkaˈ.The fruit of the breadfruit tree is better as a vegetable than jackfruit.1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

kamiyas

nA tree with small, round, sour fruit.Cicca acidaThe fruit is 1-1.5 cm in diameter and greenish-white.1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

kapaya

nPapaya.papayaCarica papaya1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

kasuy

nCashew, nut and tree.cashewAnacardium occidentale1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

kisas2

nCanistel.Lucuma nervosaCanistel fruitOrange colored fruit, tastes somewhat like squash.1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

labanos

nGuavano.guavanoAnona muricata1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

lahing1

nCoconut.Cocos nuciferacoconut; coconut palmkew norok lahing.Go and cut coconuts.Piyek kayuˈ lahingnen?How many pieces of coconut does he have?1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

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nCoconut palm; land planted with coconuts.Langkewlahing miyaˈan.That coconut tree is tall.Piyem poˈon lahingnen?How many coconut palms does he have?Luhalahingnen.His land with coconuts is extensive.

poˈon lahing

nCoconut palm (lit. the source of the coconut).The coconut palm is not classified as a tree, but as an item by itself. Normally the
palm is referred to just as lahing but the compound is used to state unambiguously that the palm is being talked about.

lahingan, kalahingan

nCoconut grove.Aˈa iyan luha lahingannen.The coconut grove of that person is extensive.10.5Nouns used in connection w/ coconutsNouns used in connection w/ coconuts

VARIETIES OF COCONUTS
bulan yellow variety
kappal small, green variety
kokoped (cocofed, a dwarf variety promoted by Cocofed)
limbaˈ reddish, orangy variety

tayiˈ lahing

nFinal residue, solid matter (left when coconut milk is cooked down to oil).oil, residue in makingĀnanun ne tayiˈ lahing isellan iyan.Remove the solid matter from that oil.akalgemmiˈ

lessem1

nVarious types of citrus fruits.Citrus nobilisAll oranges, lemons and kalamansi.oranges; lemons; kalamansi; citrus fruitEkkaboheˈlesseminin.This orange has much juice.Mamislesseminin.This citrus fruit is sweet.1.1.2Trees, fruitTrees, fruit

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adjSour.sourLessemmanggainin.This mango is sour.mamisaras21.6Cooking termsCooking terms

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