Anggitay

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Anggitay
Gender Female
Region Philippines

The Anggitay is a creature with the upper body of a female human and the lower body of a horse from waist down. They were the Philippine counterpart to the centauride, the female centaurs. They are also believed to be the female counterpart of the Tikbalang.

They are sometimes depicted as having a single horn in the middle of their forehead, just like a unicorn. They were usually said to be attracted to precious gemstones, and jewelry.

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