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Vegetables & Herbs

English to Tagalog Translations

Vegetable and HerbsMga Gulay at Mga Herbal
annatoasuete
bitter melonampalaya
cabbagerepolyo
carrotkarot
celery kintsay
corchorussaluyot
cornmais
cucumberpipino
eggplanttalong
garlicbawang
gingerluya
gourdpatola
jicama; mexican turnipsingkamas
lettucelitsugas
lima beanpatani
lablab beanbataw
moringamalunggay
mushroomkabute
mustardmustasa
okraokra
onionsibuyas
peanutmani
potatopatatas
radishlabanos
squashkalabasa
string beansitaw
winged beanssigarilyas
winter melonkundol

See Ilocano translations.

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Common vegetables you will see in the Philippine Market. Eggplants, calamansi, papaya, spring onion, gourd, okra, bitter melon, banana flower and some root crops. Usually these type of vegetables are locally produced all throughout the Philippines. - Photo by Imelin Cruz Cristobal

Common vegetables you will see in the Philippines’ market are eggplants, calamansi, papaya, spring onion, gourd, okra, bitter melon, banana blossom and some root crops. Usually these type of vegetables are locally produced all throughout the Philippines. – Photo by Imelin Cruz Cristobal, Laoag City, Philippines.     See the vegetables come alive in the popular Philippine song “Bahay Kubo” with English caption.