Fairy-like beings, believed to be handsome men and beautiful women. They mingle with humans and occasionally kidnap them to turn them into tamawo. They are said to have no narrow groves in the upper part of their lips. See also engkanto.



  • Sta. Cruz Serag, Sebastian. (1997). The remnants of the great Ilonggo nation. Quezon City: Rex Book Store, Inc., p. 60.