Fruits

English to Tagalog Translations

FruitsMga prutas
avocadoabukado
bananasaging
calamondinkalamansi
carica papaya (sc. Name)papaya
cashewkasoy
coconutbuko
cottonfruitsantol
custard appleatis
duriodurian
grapes ubas
guamachilcamachile
guavabayabas
jack fruitlangka
jicama / mexican turnipsingkamas
lemondayap
mangomangga
mangosteenmanggustin
Nephelium lappaceum (sc. Name)rambutan
orangedalandan
pineapplepinya
pomelosuha
sapodillatsiko
soursopguyabano
spanish plumsiniguelas
star applecaimito
star fruitbalimbing
syzygium cumini (sc. Name)duhat
tamarindsampalok
tomatokamatis
watermelonpakwan
lansium dumesticum (sc. Name)lanzones

 

 

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Typical fruits you can find in the Philippines are lanzones, rambutan, durian, jackfruit, coconut, guava, and mangoes. - Photo by Cecilio Jala Mandin, Manila, Philippines

Typical fruits you can find in the Philippines are lanzones, rambutan, durian, jackfruit, coconut, guava, and mangoes. – Photo by Cecilio Jala Mandin, Manila, Philippines

A child reaching out to a mango fruit from a tree. This is a typical scenario for every household in the provinces of the Philippines.

A child reaching out to a mango fruit from a tree. This is a typical scenario for every household in many provinces of the Philippines. – Photo by Rosita Soriano, Pangasinan, Philippines.

Dragon Fruit - a hot icon fruit in the Philippines these days. Every household wishes to have them in their garden because it is yummy and nutritious.

Dragon Fruit – a hot icon fruit in the Philippines these days. Every household wishes to have them in their garden because it is yummy and nutritious. It is gaining popularity in the continental United States.  – Photo by Norie Ignacio, Laoag City, Philippines