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bunang [bunáng] n Thread for sewing, weaving. sinúlid (sem. domains: 6.6.1 - Working with cloth.)

almuhadon [almuhadón] n Small drawer in a table, desk or cupboard. Hina sa almuhadon it makina bay-a kag mga bunang. You get the thread which is there in the small drawer in the sewing machine. (sem. domains: 5.1.1.4 - Cabinet.)

bulibor [bulíbor] v To roll up, wind, tie (as of winding something around a stick etc.). Ingbulibor nida kag bunang sa lapis. He wound up the thread on the pencil. (sem. domains: 8.3.1.5.1 - Roll up.)

hinabor [hinábor] vt To undo, unravel, untangle, unknot, untie (as of rope or fishing net). kalagin Hinabura kinang bunang agor indi mautoy. Untangle the thread so that it won’t have to be cut. (sem. domains: 7.5.4.2 - Tangle, 7.5.4 - Tie.) der. hinaburon

saliabor [saliábor] (irreg. infl. suliabor) 1adj Mixed-up; entangled. syn: salimuyakot. 2vi To get entangled; mixed-up; to be confused (as of people walking every direction at once; all talking at once, rope tangled among branches, mixed-up things or work to be done). buhol-buhol Nagsaliabor kag mga tawo sa tunga it banwa tong di pista. During the fiesta, people went to every direction around the town. Nagsaliabor kag ida tugon sa ako isip kada ako nalimutan tong iba. What she said to me got mixed-up in my mind that’s why I forgot some of them. Pag magsinaliabor kinang bunang sa kahon, ako ikaw aragpakon . If the thread on the box get entangled with each other, I’ll spank you.

tanog [tánog] vbt To thread a needle. Atanugan yang ikaw nako it bunang. I will thread the needle for you.

yaghag₁ [yághag] v To use something sparingly, make go a long way. layo-layo Ayaghagon yang nimo kag pagtahi para buko maakas it bunang. You just use it sparingly when you sew it so as not to consume too much thread.

yubir [yúbir] 1vi To be twisted. syn: yubag 2, gangi. 2vt To twist thread; to twist somebody, something. bakwi Ayubiron nako kag bunang. I’ll twist the thread.