Municipality of Naval, Biliran Province
Cabungaan, Biliran Island, Philippines
Cabungaan. Although its root word is the generic Bisaya term for â€œfruit,â€EBunga (Areca catechu) here specifically refers to the betel palm, whose reddish-yellow fruit was traditionally used with lime and the leaves of betel pepper or tobacco as ritual chewing material called buyÃ´ or mamÃ¢ [Tramp 1995, 61]. Kabungaan means â€œa place where bunga is abundant.
It has a population of 383 (2010 Census).
Barangay Captain:Â Lopera, Rey P. J. Dacara
Aguhob, Fidel Fajardo
Narrido, Mauricio Victoria
Narrido, Jennifer Bilon
Suliva, Dandy Casas
Rale, Mariquita Dacara
Sto. Tomas, Ma. Catalina Quijano
Ora, Johnny Nailon
SK Chairman: AGUHOB, DENNIS ESPEDILLA