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balibuntal

/ (ˌbælɪˈbʌntəl) /
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noun

closely woven fine straw, used for making hats in the Philippines
a hat of this straw

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Word Origin for balibuntal

C20: changed from Baliuag buntal, from Baliuag in the Philippines, where such hats were made
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