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ngipon 1n Tooth. Ka nabarutan a to ngipon no warò a nakako-on to mo-ugtu woy mahapun, natabolog a. The time when my tooth was extracted and I didn't eat at noon and afternoon, I was dizzy. 2v To teethe Du-on batò no maga-an ogngiponi. Some children are quick to teethe. 3v kernels as the individual kernels of corn on a cob. No du-on songo ngipon to agoloy no songo niglopow duma to bayokbok. And then there was a kernel (lit. tooth) of corn which came out along with some sand.
opuk 1v To hold one’s breath. Ka otow no manonob, og-opuk ka ogsonob to woig no ogpamanghò to to ngalap. As for people who swim underwater, [they] hold their breath as they swim underwater looking for fish. 2 3vs To be congested as when having pneumonia 4v To be out of breath as from running, swimming underwater Du-on otow no mananoy ogko-opuk ka ogsonob to woig no ogtogkad sikandin to maralom no linow. Some people are slow to get out of breath when he/she swims underwater and touches the bottom of a deep pool. 5To be out of breath as from running or due to disease. 6v To pant from exertion, be out of breath. Du-on otow no maga-an oggoram to buò no ogko-opuk no moirap to oggoinawa. Some people (lit. there are people who) easily come down with a cough and then get out of breath so it is difficult [for them] to breathe. 7v To smother.