kailan ginaganap ang puto latik festival
puto in English - rice cake
Festival also has latin roots with an origin in the word "festivus" which means 'cheerful', and is derived from 'festum' - feast
Estou puto da vida : I am very angry.
There is no planet called Puto (I think)
The origins of the Maypole and its dance are thought to be from a German festival. The festival was for fertility and was pagan in origin.
In Tagalog, "puto" refers to a steamed rice cake that is traditionally served as a delicacy or snack. It is made from ground glutinous rice, sugar, and water. However, it is important to note that the word "puto" has a different meaning in other languages, so context is key.