PANDAY

pandáy
blacksmith, smithy

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PLORERA

from the Spanish florera

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LUNGGA

lunggâ
burrow in the ground
(made by an animal)

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POON

pronounced POH-on

poon
lord, master

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SARAT

sarat
flat-nosed, snub-nosed

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ASUKARERA

from the Spanish azucarera, and ultimately from azucar, meaning sugar

asukarera
sugar bowl or container

asukalan
“place for sugar”


Recently, a very funny coinage:

azucarera
adobong aso
dog cooked adobo style

This is derived from an earlier slang coinage — asusena, referring to dog meat for eating.

PEKAS

from the Spanish pecas, meaning ‘freckles’

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BAYAAN

root word: bayà (not a common word by itself)

bayaan
let, allow

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