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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gopas v 1To lie in wait; ambush. as an enemy on the trail. see fr.: bantang 3.1; see fr.: gopasan 1; see fr.: olot 2; see fr.: bangan 2. 1.1To come out of hiding to attack something, as an person or animal. Ko kai og-ugpò ka magintalunan to taliwarò, oglinglingutan on to mgo otow ka oggopas. If the wild [pig] is here in the middle, the people will surround it as they come out of hiding to attack it 2To wait in readiness for something, as for a hoop that is rolled at which he/she will attempt to cast an object through the center as it passes. Ka sagboka no otow, oggopas to sikan no bangkalow no ogkalilid. As for one person, he/she waits in readiness [to spear] that hoop which will be rolling.
langkung v To make a circle or hoop out of wire or rattan. 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 rolled witth a tossband is caught with a thrust of [of a stick] as the children play.