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amanti [amánti] n The rigging, ropes of a boat. lubid Ingbira nida kag amanti it baroto. He pulled the rigging of the boat. syn: adrisa. (sem. domains: - Boat.)

kamantigi [kamantigî] n Plant with small white flower. Nagtanom it kamantigi si Norma pero namatay. Norma planted the small white flowering plant but it died. (sem. domains: - White, 8.2.1 - Small, - Growing flowers.)

kamatigi n Kamantígi tree. kamantígi [The leaves are pounded and used in poutices to dissolve felons.] Impatiens Balsamina (sem. domains: 1.5 - Plant, 1.5.1 - Tree.)

pamanti₁ [pamánti] 1n Net for deep sea fishing (as of one with large holes and made of nylon). 2v To fish with a net in deep ocean (as of using a large holed nylon net). lambat Nagpamanti sina Rene it gab-i ag abang ramo kag inra nabaoy nak isra. Rene went net-fishing in the deep ocean last night and they got a lot of fish.

pamanti₂ [pamánti] v Fishing net which is set overnight and collected in the morning. pukot Kag iho ay nagsangit sa basnig nina Uncle Pisio. The shark was caught up in the fishing net that was set overnight by Uncle Pisio.

adrisa [adrísa] n The vertical ropes which form the rigging of a boat to furl and unfurl the sails. tali, lubid Kag adrisa ay nautoy nak katapokey. The rigging of the boat was cut because it’s already worn out. syn: amanti. (sem. domains: - Boat.)

taktak₁ [táktak] vi To fall off, as of parts of plants; to shake dirt off roots, shoes. laglag Nagtaktak kag buyak it kamantigi. Tha kamantigi flower fell off. syn: yakrag 1, tikrag 1, huyog 1, lagas 1, unot.

yabtik [yábtik] n The rope, line to pull in the fishing net. lubid Nabugto ray kag ida yabtik kada waya nabira tong pamanting puno it isra. His pulling rope was broken so he wasn’t able to pull in the fishing net when it was full of fish.