PALAYOK

In the Philippines, rice is traditionally boiled in an earthen pot called palayok.

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BAKYA

bakya
wooden shoes, clogs

Saan ba makakabili ng bakya?
Where can one buy wooden slippers?

There is a popular Tagalog folk song titled Bakya Mo, Neneng. You can listen to it with lyrics here.
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BAYONG

A bayong is a sturdy native bag woven from buri palm leaves

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SINAMAY

Sinamay fabric was used to make traditional Filipina blouses in the 19th and 20th centuries. 

sinamay
fine abaca threads

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BANIG

A banig is a handwoven mat normally used for sleeping or sitting on. It is not a textile. (It is not made of cloth.)
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KUDYAPI

Kudyapi is a two-stringed long-necked lute common in Mindanao and Palawan.

kudyapi
KUDYAPI, musical instruments of the Philippines

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SUNGKIT

pagkuha ng anumang bagay na nasa itaas sa paggamit ng panungkit o kawit

A sungkit is a pole with a hook attached on one end, used to pick fruits.

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KAWALI

kawali
frying pan

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