Philippine folk literature: the legends
Office of Research Coordination, University of the Philippines, 1996 - Social Science - 580 pages
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Aklan asked aswang bamboo Bantugan barangay barrio beautiful became began believe bell Bikol Blaan Blessed Virgin boat body Bohol bolo brother Buso called child church coconut Dabong Dabong's daughter disappeared duende Dwarfs engkanto fairy father fell fiesta fight fish forest ghost giant girl hair happened heard husband Indarapatra island Juan Juana Kalibo kampilan kapre killed Lady legend lived looked Magic Malaki Manaoag Manghiluntud mangkukulams manifestation acclaims saint Manila Maria Mariang Sinukuan Miraculous manifestation acclaims Moglung morning Moros mortal mother Motifs mountain Nagcarlan Narrated Negros Occidental neighbors night old woman Oriental Mindoro Pangasinan patron saint Philippine pirates prayed prayer priest Rajah rChe reached rice river rosary Santo Nino shouted sister sleep story supernatural Tagalog tell tikbalang told took town tree Tuglay Tuwaang Virgin Mary voice wakwak walking wanted wife Witch young