Kulikot is the Visayan word for the red and tiny and very hot/spicy chili pepper from the Philippines; the bird's eye chili pepper used to spice up various dishes and sauces.

Kulikot is called Siling Labuyo in Tagalog, Mimis in Ilocano, Katumba in Tausug and Luya Tiduk in Maranao.

I am sure that Kulikot is called in many other names, as the Philippines has many existing dialects.

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