DATU

  • Long Sleeve
    Worn with collar and long pants. Dominant color red, black or blue. Decorated with any of the color combination using red, black, blue, yellow, green and white. Designed through Linabingan, ginontingan and kinabuka.
  • Linabian
    Straight cut design clothe into pieces, composing different kinds of colors, commonly decorated at the front of the polo, blouse, skirt and pants and at the sleeve endings.
  • Ginontingan
    Zigzag design usually decorated at the edging.
  • Kinabuka
    Cut into small square pieces of clothe. Like Linabian and ginontingan. It is also sewed to the attire thru patching, originally hand sewed.
  • Solang-Solang
    Designed like ginontingan (zigzag) crown of the supreme datu or the high priest. It is made out of special cloth or material decorated with beads (logbak), hair of a wild animal or of goats or horses.
  • Tangkulo
    Special kind of cloth cut or designed in triangular form, decorated with beads, hairs of goats as edgings. It is used as a head cove of the datu during rituals or settling of disputes.
  • Kalapi
    Small bag made up of rattan (Balagon) decorated with beads, buttons (Tipay), hair of wild animals as edging. It is a regular carrying bag of a datu where kamama (mama^), panaru (perfume) etc. are placed.
  • Salibulan
    Small box made out of gold, silver or bronze. Kamama, panaro are placed inside the box and it is placed inside the vest of the datu.
  • Sangi
    Sharp curve designed knife with a special artistic sakuban (guma) attached to the vest of the datu.
  • Bari
    Bolo
  • Kalasag
    Taming
  • Bangkaw
    Kalawit
  • Panutod
    Tatto on the body of any design using black ink
  • Baliug
    Kwentas (necklace) made of combination of red, white, black, blue, yellow beads

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BAE

  • Pakabo
    Women’s blouse floral or plain will do, with linabian, ginontingan and kinabuka design, etc.
  • Batadyong
    Women’s skirt floral or plain with red, blue or white as the dominant color. Designed as balon with extended measure at the tip portion of the vest.
  • Panika
    Headdress to be worn during festivities made of native material and yarn thread. Common materials used are bamboo sticks, and chicken feather.
  • Benoong
    A ribbon designed fine cloth. Use as head ornament of the Bae during gatherings and other special occasions. This symbolizes respect for the woman chieftain.
  • Balaring
    A necklace made out of thread and beads (logbak). It is attached to both ears.
  • Kapulan
    Small box made of gold, silver or bronze where kamama panaro(etc) of the bae are placed
  • Lebod
    Small bag made up of rattan (Balagon) decorated with beads, buttons (Tipay), hair of wild animals as edging. It is a regular carrying bag of a datu where kamama (mama^), panaru (perfume) etc. are placed.
  • Songol
    Women’s belt with red color
  • Tacus
    Women’s anklet made of beads
  • Senibod
    Women’s anklet made of wood
  • Single
    Galvanized iron for IP women’s legs
  • Sonong
    Women’s bag
  • Bukala
    Bangles