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bolodbod v To tie up by wrapping something around securely as many crabs or fish in a leaf. in which the vine is wrapped around several times in either direction. Ko ogtongoson to doun ka kumang, oghirosonan ta to ogbolodbod ka igbanggut no balagon. When crabs are wrapped in a leaf we tie them up securely by wrapping a vine around them several times. Bolodbolori nu to ogbanggut. Wrap around securely when you tie it up. see: tongos 1; gen: banggut; see: libod 1.
gotol v To tie together as with the rattan ties of a bamboo floor or of a bogias fish trap. Balagon ka iggotol to so-og no manalingboka ka ighikot to bulu. Rattan is used to tie the flooring together and and single strands are used to tie the bamboo [slats]. [The tying process of gotol differs from gopot in that the ties of flooring are wrapped in loops around the bamboo slats whereas in the gopot process, a hole is made and the ties go through the holes. The design and manner of reinforcement is also different in the two processes.] see: gu-os 1; gen: hikot 2; gen: banggut.
kodkod see: banggut. v 1To wrap tightly around something. Nigkodkod on ka bakosan diò to sugpang to kayu. The python was already wrapped tightly around the branch of the tree. see: libod 1. 2To wrap up and bind together with several ties as a bundle or as a dead person which is wrapped in bark and then bound again with rattan. Nigkodkoran to linaw ka namatoy. The dead person was wrapped up and tightly bound in bark. osyn: tongos 1; osyn: banggut.
bako-us 1v To wrap up and bind together, as meat. Ogku-on noy no babuy no ogbako-us noy on no ogbanggutan to balagon ka natongos on. We take the [cut up meat of] the pig and wrap in portions and bind with rattan that which has been wrapped up [in leaves]. [Used especially of large portions of meat or fish which are wrapped in leaves and bound with rattan so they can be carried home on a person's back or suspended from a strap across ones' forehead. Would also apply if a sack or plastic were used if it is bound. Would not apply to carrying things that are not eaten.)] 2deriv n A portion of fish or game that has been wrapped and bound. Tagsagboka no otow, du-on ka kandin no binako-us. Each person has his own bound portion [of meat]/.
kusubkusub v When a chicken lap wings or flutters especially when struggling when both feet are.bound ir when it is dying or just after it has been butchered. Ka manuk ko ogbanggutan ka darua no paa ran, ogkusubkusub oyow ogpakasabuk sikandin. When its feet are bound, a chicken will flap its wings or flutter so that it can get loose.