obol 1n Smoke. Ka sikan no namu, ian igpaturuk to obol oyow ogko-obolan ka patiukan no og-awò. That namu torch, it is what is used to release ?? the smoke so that the bees will be smoked and leave. [The word igpaturuk is similar to ogkatolok in that the smoke is ascending] 2adj Smoky Ka hapuy, mo-obol. The fire is smoky. 3n Airborne dust Ka abug, obol no ligkat to tanò. Abug is airborn dust from the ground. [Both abug and obol refer to dust or a powdery substance which is airborne. Even fine soil which is not airborne is considered to be basak “soil”.] see: abug 1. 4v For something to be deliberately exposed to smoke. Du-on kayu no ogngaranan to gisois no ian igpanomog diò to homoy oyow ogko-obolan. There is a [kind of] wood which is called gisois which is ignited there by the rice so that it will be smoked. [The purpose of the following is to kill insects or to get honey.] 5v To be inadvertantly exposed to smoke Ko ogtotomog ka to hapuy no oghiupan nu, ogko-obolan ka mata nu no ogmaporos on. If you build a fire and blow on it, you will get smoke in your eyes and they start smarting. 6v Something used to make smoke Ka igpulag, sikan ka igpo-obol no ogkarogil ka patiukan The smoking torch, that is what is used to make smoke to drive out the bees. see: pulag.