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sakopu v To hold or carry in the arms as a child or pet. [If we are standing ogsakupon. If we are sitting, oggibo-on.If one holds and carries a child or pet in front of one it is sakupu, but if carried to one side as under the arms the word is sapipion. If one holds and carries objects, the term is laglag.] gen: alap 1.1.

ukù phr.: dakol no ukù. n Chickenpox. Nig-ukù on ka batò. The child has contracted chickenpox. [Specifically of chickenpox. Also used of some other kinds of pox in which there are similar blister-like sores such as a large pox. Smallpox, called dalap was also known before introduction of vaccine.] spec: dalap 2, dalap 1.