years 1573 and 1683: the settlement was established as a barrio of Nabua, the Spanish authorities recognized it only in 1683

Mountain: represents Mt. Iriga or Mt. Sumagang

Eroded Hill: stands for the phrase " I-riga sa Sumagang" across the seal, which means " There is land in Sumagang"

Full Grown tree two smaller trees: stand for Nabua (Bua), Bato and Iriga, formerly small dependencies of Nabua

Coconut: the basic product of the locality