balun 1n A waterhole dug in the beach Ko ogbabalun ki diò to pantad, ogsabukan to bayokbok oyow ogkasalà ka mgo lagut. If we make a waterhole on the beach, we place sand there so that the debris will be filtered out. 2v To make a waterhole or well. 3adj Straight cut as of a dress without pleats and of uncarved horns of a comb.
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sabuk phr.: malayat ka ogkasabukan to goinawa. v 1Put down; put away Sabuk nud. Put it away now. 2To put something somewhere. 3To lay, put or place something on something else. Ko ogbabalun ki diò to pantad, ogsabukan to bayokbok oyow ogkasalà ka mgo lagut. When we make a [shallow] well, we put sand in it so that the debris will be filtered out. 4That which is placed or applied to something or someone such as a charm or hex. Du-on ta isabuk ka batu woy tamiluk no igbakolow to otow diò to bolad woy igbali-og din We place the stone and bee's wax which is used to charm a person on [her] as an armband on her arm or used as a necklace. Ko ogka-asawa rin on, ogbulasan din on ka taloy-u no insabuk din oyow ogkatapid ka doromdom to sikan asawa rin. When he has married [his wife], he will erase the charm which he had applied |(to her] so that the thinking of his wife will become normal (lit. arranged). 5To have something set aside for someone. Ko nigbogoy to sulat, nigpatimul to nangon no igpasiguru no ogpasabuk bag to agoloy. When he gave the letter [to me], he instructed (lit. caused) [me] to add to it by word of mouth to insure that [the person] would set aside some corn [for him]. 6To place in a circumstance; destine. Igsabuk ku sikaniu to pubri tongod to warò a nu ay-ayari. I will destine you to poverty because you did not treat me well. see: bo-ot 4.1.
salà 1v To strain or filter out something from liquid. Ogsala-an ta ka lagut no diò to palangana. Ka lagut diò to woig ka ogkasalà. We strain out the debris which was in the basin. It is the debris in the water which is strained out [A sieve may be used either to strain or to sift, but the word ag-ag “sift” is used exclusively for sifting something dry and salà is used for straining or filtering something out of water or oil.] gen: ag-agan 2. 2To strain or filter something from a liquid. Ko ogbabalun ki diò to pantad, ogsabukan to bayokbok oyow ogkasalà ka mgo lagut. If we make a shallow well on the beach, we place sand there so that the debris will be filtered out.