bangkalow 1n A hoop, such as a rattan one which is thrown or a plastic one which is put around the waist to twirl. Ka bangkalow, balagon no oglangkungon to ogmalibusonon, no igbangkalow to pogliid no ogsabo-on to ogpilak ka ogli-ag no mgo batò. A hoop is [made of] rattan which is wound in and out into a circle which is tossed to roll and is caught with a thrust of [of a stick] as the children play. 2v To throw a hoop so that it rolls. Koddì ka ogbangkalow to sikan no balagon no nalangkung. I’ll be the one to roll the hoop of coiled rattan. [This is a game where one person throws a hoop so that it rolls. Another person tries to catch it with a stick through the center. If he fails, he will be the one to throw it next.] 3v To roll as a hoop which is tossed 4n A kind of sugarcane with a grey, hard outside layer [There is a another kind called bakalawan to ubal “hoop of the monkey” which is a hard sugarcane and can only be chewed if the hard surface is shaved off.] 5v The run or walk of a lizard. ??
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sugkip v 1To slide something between the roof shingles. Igsugkip ka sugkad. Slide the comb between the shingles. 2To roll eyes so pupils are hidden, or to tuck tobacco under one’s upper lip. Ogpasugkipon ka mata. [He] is rolling [his] eyes [up into his head]. Pakasugkip to mata noy. We roll our eyes under the lids. Pasugkipon ka mata. [A child was doing that deliberately with his eyes so just the white showed. Arlyn says that is what happens when a person becomes unconscious and the eyes roll back so the pupil does not show.]