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  1. #1

    Translate nyo sa tagalog ito mga Isda.

    Hi gusto ko kasi malaman ano mga isda ang may fins and scale pero in tagalog. Mas healthy kasi pag may kaliskis at palikpik. Para pag punta ko palengke alam ko sasabihin ko.

    Fish with Scales and Fins
    Albacore,Bass,Carp, Flounder, Grouper, Haddock, Halibut, Herring, Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, Orange Roughy, Perch, Pike, Pollock, Salmon, Sardines, Snapper, Sole, Tilapia, Trout, Tuna, Walleye, Whitefish, and Whiting are just some of the most popular fish with both fins and scales.

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    Grouper - Lapu Lapu

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    Tanigue= Mackarel
    Talakitok= Trevally/ Jacks
    Maya Maya= Snapper

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    Tilapia= Tilapia

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    Bass = Apahap

    I should know kase ilang araw ako hindi pinatulog niyan sa kakaisip at kakaresearch. Apahap nga daw pero naghahanap pako ng mas common na name. Lahat kase ng tanungan ko hindi alam yung isdang apahap.

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    "Fish with Scales and Fins
    Albacore,Bass,Carp, Flounder, Grouper, Haddock, Halibut, Herring, Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, Orange Roughy, Perch, Pike, Pollock, Salmon, Sardines, Snapper, Sole, Tilapia, Trout, Tuna, Walleye, Whitefish, and Whiting are just some of the most popular fish with both fins and scales."


    i somehow doubt that 90% of what were enumerated are available in our local markets. and are prolly available in a more upscale shops packed in cling wraps and barcoded labels.

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    Ah ok. Yung available na lang sa pinas pero yung may both fins and scale. Also yung sa dagat lang. Wag yung farm-raised.

    Ang alam ko pa lang tamban.

    Ito yung reason ko bakit gusto ko may fins and scale

    https://www.medicine-plants.com/arti...Fins,+No+Good/

    Beware of Fish without Scales and Fins
    Interestingly kosher dietary laws prohibit the eating of fish without both scales and fins. That eliminates a number of delicious sea foods, including shellfish, shrimp, catfish, lobster, mussels, eels, sharks, sturgeons, and swordfish, just to name a few.

    Clearly their law-giver knew something that has taken scientists years to discover. Now we know that fish with scales AND fins are equipped with a digestive system that prevents the absorption of poisons and toxins into their flesh from the waters they call home. Flounder, cod, haddock, and salmon are a few examples of fish with scales and fins.

    Catfish have fins, but do not have scales. These scavengers are primarily bottom feeders and have digestive systems designed to absorb toxins from the water. Clams, lobster, shrimp, crabs, mussels and squid do not have scales or fins and are believed to be highly toxic. They naturally absorb all the toxins in the water they live in. Interestingly, lobster and crabs are crustaceans and are a part of the arthropod family, which include caterpillars, cockroaches, and spiders!

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    Interestingly, lobster and crabs are crustaceans and are a part of the arthropod family, which include caterpillars, cockroaches, and spiders!

    yuck! hehehehhe...

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    Dilis - small fish

  10. #10
    dilis is anchovies. LoL.

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    Wala namang scales ang tuna diba?

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    Cod = bacalao. Kaya lang Spanish ata yan.

    Mahi mahi = maya maya (I think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rational View Post
    Mahi mahi = maya maya (I think)
    hindi
    Durado ang tawag sa palengke ng mahi mahi

    Halibut/Flounder = Isdang dapa (tawag sa palengke)
    Tuna = Tambakol
    Carp = Karpa pero nasa palengke yung Imelda Fish
    Herring = Don Pilas (ginagawang tinapa)

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    ^
    Di ba yung herring and pilchard ito rin ginagawang sardinas?

    So sasabihin ko don pilas. Meron ba fresh nyan or puro tinapa?

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    yeah yun nga yung ginagawang sardinas.

    don pilas tawag naman dine sa batangas. ewan kung ano tawag sa ibang palengke.

    masarap din kilawin ito o inihaw

    http://www.wikinoticia.com/images/saborgourmet.com/saborgourmet.com.wp-content.uploads.sardinas.jpg

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    Very educational! Anu kayang english ng galunggong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoGrl View Post
    Very educational! Anu kayang english ng galunggong?
    Its either a Scad or a Mackerel. My guess is that its more related to the Mackerel than to the Scad.

    Here's a complete list of tagalog terms and their english translations:

    TAGALOG AND LOCAL NAMES ENGLISH and OTHER REGIONAL NAMES
    Alakaak, Tuel, balat, dulama - Croaker
    Alumahan Tuna, tambacol, tanigi, tanigigi - Long-jawed Mackerel
    Apahap Katuyot, matang-pusa, mangagat Sea bass; bulgan (Negros);- Barramundi (Australia)
    Asohos - Whiting
    Bakoko - Sea bream, reddish variety or sweet lips; related to snapper, with a smaller mouth; passed off as grouper (lapu-lapu)
    Ba˝gus - Milkfish
    Bisugo - Threadfin bream
    Betilya - Emperor, white snapper; passed off as maya-maya
    Blue marlin / Royal blue marlin Swordfish (billfish)
    Chabita Hiwas, Isabita, Bilong-bilong, Tahas - Moonfish
    Dagum-dagum Kabayo-kabayohan - Seahorse
    Dalag - Mud fish
    Dalagang bukid (Lapas, morong, boyoyod) - Yellow tail fusilier
    Danggit - Rabbit fish with white dots
    Dapa - Indian halibut or tongue sole
    Dilis (Bulinau, silag, bombra, sibuyan) - Anchovy
    Dorado or kabayo - Mahi-mahi, dolphin fish
    Duhol - Sea snake
    Espada - Beltfish
    Galunggong - Hard-tail mackerel (galunggong babae); round scad (galunggong lalaki), muro-aji in Japan.
    Gindara - Oil fish (escolar); two types: smooth-skinned and rough-skinned, the latter with a higher oil content; for both, servings of more than 6 oz or 150 g may cause bothersome loose oily stools, for which it has been referred to as "xenical' fish. A good "colon-cleansing" fish, but a traveler's nightmare, a fish to avoid if travel is contemplated in a day or two.
    Hasa-hasa - Short-bodied mackerel
    Haol-haol Bilis, Tamban-tuloy - Sardines
    Hito - Catfish
    Isdang lawin - Flying fish
    Japayuki - Mackerel
    Kanduli - Salmon catfish
    Labahita (Mangadlit, isdang ilong, pulang ikog) - Surgeon fish or unicorn fish
    Lapu-lapu Bato-bato Kulapo, Kakab - Grouper
    Loro - Parrot fish, brightly colored with beak-shaped mouth
    Malasugui - Black or white marlin
    Maming - Wrasse
    Matang baka - Purse-eyed scad
    Matang-dagat - Tilefish
    Matumbok - Sailfish
    Maya-maya (Bambangon, matangal, alsis) - Red snapper
    Pagi - Manta orsting ray
    Palos - Eel
    Pampano Apahan, damis lawin, pulang buntot - Pomfret, silver or black
    Plapla - Tilapia bigger than 1 kg
    Sapsap Hiwas, Laway-laway - Small flat fish, Ponyfish
    Salay-salay Pampano, Apahay, Tarakitok - Smooth-tailed trevally
    Sinarapan - Mistichthys L*****nsi, world's smallest edible fish
    Talakitok Tambakol Tulingan, barilis, talingay - Skipjack tuna
    Tamban - Sardinella
    TanguingueTangi,Tanige- Spanish mackerel; kingfish (U.S.); a bigger variety is called wahoo.
    Tawilis - Herring; found only in Taal Lake.

    source: http://www.stuartxchange.org/FishNames.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papichulo168 View Post
    Sinarapan - Mistichthys L*****nsi, world's smallest edible fish
    ano to, dulong?

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    galunggong is round scad if i remember correctly.

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