Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Indigenous Tools and Equipment we still use today




Bayong made of pandan

 Dr Abe V Rotor


1. Trowel (Barrusot Ilk)

2. Hand palay harvester (rakem)

3. Laying hen’s crib (baki)

4. Farmer’s backpack (kuribot)

5. Boat sled (takuli)


Wooden Mortar and Pestle



6. Bullock Sled (pasagad) Photo

7. Bare bull cart (partigo)

8. Bull cart with sides (kariton)

9. Sledge hammer (maso)

10. Dike (pilapil) bolo (pangtabas)

11. Heavy duty bolo (badang)



12. Everyday bolo (buneng)

13. Dagger (balisong Tag; daga Ilk)

14. Iron nail remover (kabra)

15. Crowbar (bareta)

16. Log saw (sarrotso)

17. Ax (wasay Ilk)

18. Wide brimmed hat (payabyab)

19. Woven hat (kallugong)

20. Planting pole (tik-tak mechanism)

21. Fish basket (alat)

22. Chewing nut bag (tampipi)

23. Scythe (kumpay)

24. Fishing pole (banni-it)

25. Slingshot (palsi-it)

26. Toy hand cannon (palsu-ot)

27. Blowgun (salbatana)

28. Threshing rope with handle (hawak)

29. Threshing board

30. Woven mat (banig)

31. Coconut midrib broom (walis tingting)

32. Soft grass broom (walis tambo)

33. Coco shell cup (ungot)

34. Earthen water pot (calamba, caramba)

35. Earthen pot (for cooking) (palayok, banga)

36. Fish fence (tarit)

37. Fish trap (salakab)

38. Bottom fish trap (kudagdag)

39. Fish net with x-frame (salloy)

40. Throw net (tabukol)

41. Fixed fish trap (bubo)

42. Bird pole trap (taay)

43. Bird loop net (singgapong)

44. Spear (pika) 




45. Dugout trap (palab-og)

46. Bow and arrow (pana)

47. Coconut grater (gadgaran)

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