Manananggal: derived from the word, tanggal, which means "to separate" because of their ability to separate from their lower body part  Manaul. Minokawa. Sarimanok: papanok in its feminine form, is a legendary multi-colored bird or chicken  Tigmamanukan. Wakwak. Magpukatod: the horse that jumps over mountains.
Oct 06, 2022 · The Republic of the Philippines is a country in Southeast Asia with Manila as its capital city. It comprises 7,641 islands in the western Pacific Ocean. Contents 1 Maps and satellite images 2 Geography 3 Nature 3.1 Mountains/Volcanoes 3.2 Lakes 3.3 Waterfalls 3.4 Beaches 3.5 Rice Fields 3.6 Flora 3.7 Fauna 4 Cities/Towns 4.1 Manila 4.2 Makati
Jun 12, 2020 · Many of the words from Tagalog and other languages indigenous to the Philippines that have been adopted into English reflect the culture, flora, and fauna of the islands. While many of these terms describe things specific to life in the Philippines, others have gone global and become part of everyday English vocabulary.
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- Ferdinand Blumentritt
Aug 12, 2003 · The Philippines IS an ASIAN country.Most people who visit the country dont get a chance to see the beauty in it.You have to live there to actually appreciate this country.
Jan 16, 2012 · Artemio R. Guillermo, a Filipino-American, is a retired communications professor, Fulbright scholar, and principal author of the first edition of the Historical Dictionary of the Philippines. Product details Publisher : Scarecrow Press; 3rd Edition (January 16, 2012) Language : English Hardcover : 656 pages
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Jan 10, 2022 · abaca , n. (first attested 1751) – a kind of banana plant, Musa textilis, native to the Philippines, the petioles of which yield a strong fibre; the fibre itself, used for making paper, ropes, matting, etc.; Manila hemp. taclobo , n. (1885) – A bivalve mollusc, of great size, the Giant Clam (Tridacna gigas) of the Indian and China seas.