What's te tagalog word for toothpaste and cake?

Answers:    Okay, this comes from my grandmother, who spoke nothing but Tagalog all her enthusiasm.

toothpaste = "Colgate". Really and truly. Just like we say "band-aid" to show sticking plasters.

cake = "tinapay", which unfortunately means bread, crackers, biscuits and cookies as resourcefully.
they're what we call HIRAM NA SALITA. The Filipino term for them are keyk and pandikit sa ngipin...seriously...

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