tagalog fruits 5 letters end of letter A
Pinya or Oliba
There are many varieties of fruit that can be named in Tagalog. Sometimes, some fruits can be purchased at the market and others can be planted in the yard.
Different Types of Fruits
3. Fruit with seeds
4. Strange fruit
Most of the English named fruits have a Tagalog counterpart in the Philippine language. Below is a list of some fruits with their respective Tagalog counterpart.
Pineapple – Pinya
Sugar apple – Atis
Watermelon – Pakwan
Mango – Mangga
Pomelo – Suha
Now, two of the Tagalog fruits with five letters and end with letter A are Pinya and Oliba.
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