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  • Picture taken in Zamboanga City.
  • The carabao pulling the pajagat or sleigh. \
  • The man manages the carabao with the pamitik that he is holding.
  • The big basket on the pajagat is the Canastro. That's where the cargo goes.
  • The yoke on the carabao's neck is called the ayugo.

Jardinero, Campesino, Cainginiero

Herramientas del Jardinero, Campesino, o Cainginiero:

  1. Carabao
    1. Pamitik - The rope that's tied through the nose of the carabao.
    2. Persoga - The rope usually made out of the long ratan vine.
      1. Pabiling - The part of the rope that ties to the head of the carabao.
      2. Largero - The long part of the rope that connects to the Pabiling. This part goes through the "orejas" in the pabiling. This makes it into a swivel so the "persoga" will stay straight.
    3. Ayugo - The yoke of the carabao.
    4. Pandiit - The rope under the ayugo, that goes under the neck of the carabao.
    5. Dalaydayan - The two wooden rails that is part of the pajagat that connects to the yoke.
    6. Danao - The pond. This is where the carabao wallows. In the river the carabao can wallow in the deep water and this activiy is called "Tubug".
    7. Hampelo / Sapin- The cloth or sack on the back of the carabao that the riders use. Lampin is also referred to as cloth diaper for babies.
  2. Arao - The plow
    1. Mango - Handle of the Plow
    2. Pilo - Blade of the Plow
  3. Pajagat- - The sleigh
    1. Canastro - The huge basket on the pajagat.
  4. Toro - Bull
  5. Carro - The big cart
    1. Carriton - A small push cart.
  6. Acha - Big Ax
    1. Achita - Small Ax
  7. Alat - Basket
  8. Asada - Hoe
  9. Bilao - Small concave Basket
  10. Bolo - Machete
  11. Balde - Can
  12. Cuchillo - Knife
  13. Hilamon - Used to till or pull weeds. A short small bolo.
    • Ta usa yo firme el hilamon para man habug con el maga siembra na mi jardin. I always use the short bolo to till the soil in my garden.
  14. Pala - Shovel
  15. Sangud - Sikle - A crescent shaped Bolo
  16. Kahigan - Rake
  17. Sako - Sack
  18. Mekate - Long Rope made out of Abaca
  19. Jalo y Pilon - Mortar and Pestle

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