sagop v 1To work as a group to dam up a stream with stones and/or leaves in order to catch fish. see fr.: olot 3. 2To trap, as fish and shrimp by blocking off a small section of the river with stones and leaves so water is impeded. Sagopon ka isdà. The fish are being trapped by impeding the flow of the water. see fr.: dugong. 3To be protected from the flow of water as by something that is impeding that flow. Nasagop ka kanta no baloy to woig. Our house was protected from the water [by the library which was in front of the flow of current]. see: alindung 2. 4To impede, as water of a flood Ka library, ian ka nakasagop to nalapoy no woig. The library was what impeded [the flow of] the flooding river (lit. water). see: atang 1; see: olot 1.