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baktason [baktáson] (der. of baktas) n 1The distance somebody hikes to reach somewhere. (sem. domains: 8.2.6 - Distance.) 2Seashore along which one hikes, like a road; the distance one hikes along a path. dalampasigan Kag bal-ong ay usang gatos nak tikang halin sa baktason kung rako ka taob. The well is one hundred steps from the seashore if it’s high tide. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Island, shore.)
on-on [ón-on] v To protrude, hang downwards. On-onan kinang pisi sa bal-ong para makababa ikaw sa buho. Let that rope down into the well so you can go down the hole.
rukwang [rúkwang] v To look down into something deep (as of a well). yuko Nagrukwang pang gador sida sa bal-ong kitang nahuyog. He still look down into the well that’s why he fell down.
sukyob₂ [súkyob] 11.1v To wrap clothes around, over somebody (as of not being really dressed). saklob Nagsukyob yang si Ludy tong magkaligos sa bal-ong. Ludy just wrapped her clothes around her when she took a bath at the well. 22.1v To hook over something (as of something with a hole which can be hooked over a thing like an upright peg).