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addun

vsubjectN- mag-To prepare or make a dough.Siˈitkun magaddun hinang panyām.My aunt prepares the dough to make rice cakes.

apam

nPancake.pancakeTirigu iyan hinangku apam.I use that flour to make pancakes.bawlu21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

ayisdrop

nA frozen sweet, icedrop.icedrop; sweet, frozenIt usually consists of a fruit juice in a thin plastic bag.Lamudun ne hadja ayisdrop iyan.Just lick that icedrop.Daˈakew magdayan-dayan maglamud ayisdrop iyan.Don’t be slow in licking that icedrop.21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

ayiskrim

nIce cream.ice creamKaduhulannekumanganayiskrim, gaˈineku mabayaˈ mangan.I have eaten enough ice cream, I don’t want to eat anymore.21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

bāng-bāng

nCookies; baked goods (sweet or savory); snack food.cookies; baked goods; snack foodKemuntiˈ piniritu bāng-bāng kinakanku ensiniˈin.The snack food I ate earlier was fried camote.Bangkew nabuˈ bellihanun ku bāng-bāng mamun.When you go shopping buy me some (baked goods) cake.Bāng-bāng hininangden tagal.The snack food they made was savory rice cooked in leaves.21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

basung1

nA cone; any cone shaped object.cone; cone shaped objectsKahun pagliberan hiluhin basung du.The cardboard that thread is wound on is a cone.Eddoˈanun kite dawen uyat hinangte basung panginumante boheˈ.Get us some banana leaves, we will make cones to drink water from.simbuˈultipopong

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nA rice cake cooked in banana leaves, cone shaped.21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

bawulu

nA sweet delicacy (made of flour).Mostly made by Tausug and Sama.21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

bibingka

nA sweet rice cake.It is very white. Yakans don’t make it; they buy it from others.21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

binamban

nA sweet delicacy (made of cassava).Cassava is grated and mixed with sugar, and wrapped in banana leaves uyat saba and then boiled.Hinanganun kite binamban boˈoku hap Sembuwangan.Make us some sweet delicacy; I will take it to Zamboanga.21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

biskuwit

nCookies or crackers (from factory).cookies, bought; crackersbāng-bāng21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

bukayuˈ

nA sweet delicacy.Made of grated coconut and cooked with sugar.hintiˈ21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

bunglew

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo rinse s.t. (as clothes, dishes); finish, conclude (an event by doing s.t.).Used for additional speech or item after the main occasion is over.rinse (as clothes); finish (an event with s.t.); conclude (an event with s.t.)Bunglewanun meˈ dinekdakannun.Rinse the clothes now.Bangkumanganligetemanmunglewbuwasku.If I eat root crops I finish with a little rice.Bangiye bakas missā laˈat bunglewanne isab duk bissā hāp.When he has said something bad he concludes it with good words.kosoˈ

pamunglew

nDessert; (anything that serves as) a finale.The last and often climactic event or item in a sequence. In eating it can be a little
bit of anything to eat after a meal to finish it off with.
dessertAˈa miyaˈan kettut manuk pamunglewnen.That person makes the chicken tail his dessert.Bangiyemanganpamunglewnen buwaˈkayu.Fruit is his dessert when he eats.Iyeinin kalangan pamunglewten bi.This is our last song (lit. song that is our finale).21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

dingluˈ

nA sweet delicacy (diamond shaped).It is made of grated cassava with sugar and coconut. The dough is rolled out, cut
in diamond shape and fried in oil.
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durul2

nA kind of sweet delicacy.sweet delicacyA delicacy made with coconut milk, soft grated maize kernels and sugar, like a thick
paste spread on a tray, cut in squares.
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hintiˈ

nA sweet delicacy.Grated coconut is boiled together with sugar. It becomes a dry crumbling substance
and is eaten as such. It is also used as filling for baked goods.
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nA kind of rice cake.rice cakeIt plays an important part in any big celebration. It is made of rice flour, brown
sugar and water. The runny dough drips through many small holes from a coconut shell
into hot oil. It looks almost like a thin pancake while cooking. When done it is rolled
or folded.
Meˈ aˈahin maghinang bang Mewulud.The people make rice cakes at the time of Mewulud.inin papīku dem dulang.This rice cake I will place on the rice mound.panyām21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

jawuk

nA sweet delicacy made of cassava.It is scraped and fried into round pancake like things and then coated with a sugar
glaze.
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kendi

nCandy.candyHard candy, made of sugar and flavoring, are called kendi and also any type of caramel.Nakanak iyan basag mangan kendi.That child eats lots of candy.tira-tira21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

keyik

nCake, slices of cake.cakeA sweet baked food made of flour, sugar, eggs and shortening. It is baked in a cake
pan and cut in slices.
Legehun pangisihan keyikin isellan.Grease the container for the cake with oil.mamun21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

mamun

nCake; little cakes or pieces of cake.cakeHāplessamamunin.The cake tastes good.keyik21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

panyāmpanyalam

nType of rice cake.rice cake, roundLarge, round, deep-fried rice cakes made for special occasions. A thin dough is prepared
of rice flour, light brown sugar and water. A small ladle full is poured into a frying
pan with hot oil.
Ekkapanyām dulangkun.I have many rice cakes on my rice mound.sahali (bulan)21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets
vsubjectN-, mag-To make round rice cakes.Manyāmkew dikiˈ-dikiˈ para si meˈ mākanak.Make small rice cakes for the children.Ubus ne ku magpanyām.I have already made rice cakes.Panyāmun addunku inin.Make this dough of mine into rice cakes.

panganan

nA dark, sweet corn cake (cooked in oil).cake made of cornA Tausug delicacy. The corn is roasted first then pounded and sifted.Hinanganun kite panganan.Make us some sweet corn cakes.21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

pelikambing

nA sweet delicacy made of grated cassava.It is mixed with banana and deep fried.sweet delicacy (of cassava)21.1Baked goods and sweetsBaked goods and sweets

putliˈmandiˈ

nA sweet delicacy (ball-shaped and rolled in coconut).The dough is made of cassava flour with sticky rice flour mixed in. A mixture of coconut
and sugar hintiˈ is put in the middle. It is formed into balls and boiled in water. Then it is rolled
in grated coconut.
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