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poid v 1To intentionally spread or smear something on something else. Poiri nu to bulit ka kalisow. You-sing. smear some wet lime on the betelnut. see: bulit 2. 1.1To spread back and forth as peanut butter on bread. Du-on otow no ogpa-init to paan no ogkuò to mani no ogpoidpoiran din oyow ogmo-omis. There is a person who has a snack of bread and he gets peanut [butter] which he spreads back and forth on it so that it will taste good (lit. be sweet). see fr.: hidhid. 2To accidently smear something on something else as to get soot on one's clothing. Ko ogpakapoid ki to musong, ogmo-itom ka lawa ta woy ka kinabò. If we accidently smear soot on ourselves, our bodies and our clothes will become black. 3(Fig.) To do something to cover up (lit. smooth over/rub out) a fault. Ka sikan no nigpa-abin din diò to songo otow, impoid din ka salò din. That which he blamed on (lit. caused to be attributed to) someone else, was done to cover up his fault. [The language assistant said it is like when a person rubs his tracks on a trail so they cannot be seen.] see: bunbun 5.
hasò 1v To scrape, grate or shred. Ka alik-ik no ogkagamit ko du-on oghasò to agoloy no mangulod no ian igbaakì... The kind of alik-ik leaf which can be used is when someone grates fresh corn which is used to make steamed [corn] bread... ...songo ogkuò ki to oghaso-on no agoloy no ogbaki-on woy ko oglugawon; songo maroyow. ...also we will get corn to grate for making steamed corn bread or for gruel; [which are] equally good. [such as corn or coconut which may be grated with a thorn or home made grater made of tin in which sharp-edged holes have been made with a nail. (One can hasò a coconut but cannot use a karuran grater on corn because the grains would just come off the cob.)] see fr.: kagud 2. 2deriv n A grater.