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balsamo [bálsamo] vt To embalm a dead body. bálsamó Ingbalsamo it ruhang dominggo katong minatay agor indi magbaho habang inghuhuyat kag pag-abot it mga kahalihan. The dead person was embalmed for two weeks so it wouldn’t smell bad while waiting for the arrival of the relatives. [This is done to prepare the body for up to nine days of the wake, during which the body is laid out, family and friends visit the home, donate money, hold religious services and play table games etc. ] (sem. domains: - Plant product, - Corpse, - Medicine.) der. balsamador , der. pabalsamo , der. pangbalsamo

gapas₂ [gápas] n 1Plant species; wild cotton which produces soft cotton fibres in a pod, and whose leaves etc. have medicinal uses. bulak-kastila [The leaves of this plant are used medicinally. The Arabs use the juice for colic and act as a lactagogue. In India the leaves are used for dysentery, and in Cambodia for fevers. The roots are diuretic and are more active than the leaves. It is said to be an excellent emmenagogue, and can take the place of ergot in childbirth, which it accelerates. It is also an abortifacient. The leaves are made into cloth.] Gossypium Brasiliense (sem. domains: - Medicinal plants.) 2Cotton; cotton wool, dressing (as of the soft material used to apply medicines, clean and pad wounds, and to clean one's skin of makeup etc.). (sem. domains: 2.5.7 - Treat disease, - Plant product, 5.6 - Cleaning.)

goma [góma] n Rubber used in making shoes. goma ng sapatos (sem. domains: - Plant product.)

kaban [kabán] n A large wooden trunk. kaban (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree, - Plant product.)

kakugnan [kakugnán] (der. of kugon) n Area where thatching grass called Cogon grows. (sem. domains: - Plant product, 1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine.)

pabalsamo [pabalsamo] (der. of balsamo) v To have somebody embalm a corpse; to have a body embalmed. (sem. domains: - Plant product, - Corpse, - Medicine.)

panambo [panámbò] (der. of tambo) v To gather bamboo shoots. (sem. domains: - Plant product.)

pangbalsamo [pangbálsamo] (der. of balsamo) vt Embalming materials (as of spices, chemicals or injectable medicines used to preserve a body). (sem. domains: - Plant product, - Corpse, - Medicine.)

pawsor [páwsor] v Thatching sheets, mats. (sem. domains: - Plant product.)

ragami [ragámi] n 1The rice stalk, straw (as of the long stalks which are discarded after threshing the rice). (sem. domains: - Plant product, - Growing rice, 1.5.5 - Parts of a plant.) 2Tall grass fed to cows. (sem. domains: 1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine.)

sanggot [sánggot] 1n Curved knife, hand scythe, used in tuba (coconut wine) gathering to cut the coconut flower; sickle used in harvesting rice. (sem. domains: - Plant product.) 2sta To be cut by such a knife. hiwa Nasanggot si Tang Igo itahapon. Uncle Igo was cut by the knife for gathering tuba yesterday. (sem. domains: - Plant product.) 3vt To cut the coconut flower, or rice, with such a knife. Asangguton ni Tang Igo kag buyak it nidog agor matuyo kag tuba. Uncle Igo will cut the coconut flower with the knife so that the coconut nectar (wine) can drip out. (sem. domains: - Plant product.) der. sanggutan

sayong [sáyong] n The sap, resin of a tree which is hard, burns well and is used to seal boats. galgal Nagbaoy si Manong it sayong para iputsoy sa buhos nak baldi. My brother got a sticky sap to fill the hole in the bucket. Katong inra agipot ay wayaey sayong kada nagkikislap-kislap yangey. Their torch has no more sap in it that’s why the light already flickers. [This is a thick black pliable gum or resin which can be molded, broken off in pieces and burnt. It has a fragrant smell, so is burnt in religious ceremonies, healing treatments, torches, fire lighting, cauling boats and as a smudge for mosquitoes, etc. It is manufactured into high grade varnish, cheap soaps and paper sizing.] Agathis Philippinensis (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree, - Plant product, 5.5.6 - Fuel.) comp. bado it sayong , comp. bahot sayong