agonannA type of large, wild root crop, long with brown skin and white flesh, similar to the bagonaw or obi root crop.Its shoots are very thorny and can be found on top of ground where the root is growing below. In the past, this root crop was one of the staple foods of people on Agutaya island. The word agonan is believed to be part of the origin of the name Agutayan along with gotay 'to slice' and yan 'fish'.rel wdbagonawkaparikorotorabi

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