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hikot 1n That by which something is attached to another object, such as a rope or piece of rattan. Manio to pigbigtow now ka hikot to gakit ku? Why did you break/snap the rope/rattan by which my raft was attached [to the shore]. [The other end may be attached to another object or be used to drag the object.] 2v To tether or tie by a leash (as chicken, horse). Hikoti no ka kambing su ogpango-on to pinamula. Tie the goat to something because it is eating the plants. spec: gotol. 2.1v To be tethered. 3v (Fig.) To reserve or have "dibs" on something so someone else will not get it first. see: indan 2. 4vs (Fig.) To become entangled in, as in one's problems or difficulties. Ko kò koy ogkohikotan to mgo igbaybayari.. If we are not entangled by sufferings..
tugul v 1To attach to, to string on (as beads on knee bracelets). Ko balagon ka igtugul ta to igpaniuk to bali-og, maga-an dò ogkabigtow ko ogkasubid to woig. If rattan is used to sstring (lit. attach by sticking [with a needle]) the beads, it will easily (lit. quickly) break if it gets wet with water. 2To be a harboring place for lice or other creatures. Tugulon ka tol-ob to tuma su bukonuton. The blanket is harbor for body lice because it’s fuzzy. 3To take effect, as a medicine. Koa boi no konò ogko-iniat no ogkaboros, og-inum to katu-onan no pandiù. Ko ogtugulon sikandin, konad on og-anak. see: batuk 1.