March 10, 2016 Buhi Online No comments exist
  1. (Eng) recovered rice particles or grits from the process of rice milling or hand pounding;
  2. Early Boie’nen boiled these rice particles in plenty of water then extract the sticky liquid using a muslin bag for use in starching garments. There are many other uses of bingle’d.
  3.  TINGRAWE’N: be’gas, pare’y, e’me’y, bidaw, topase’
Chart showing products and byproducts derived from the rice plant.
A chart showing the different products and byproducts derived from the rice plant and how these are called in the Boie’nen language (ISO 639-3 / UBL language officially classified in 2009)
Hulled whole-rice grains are called BE’GAS in Boie’nen while its milling byproduct is called BINGLE’D


Early Filipino women hand-winnowing rice at the backyard of a traditional house.
Early Filipinos hand winnowing hand-pounded rice. Even the tiniest rice particles were retrieved.


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