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.
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libod phr.: libod no kodak. 1v To wrap around, as a snake might wrap itself around a branch. see fr.: bodbod 1; see fr.: kodkod 1; see fr.: bolodbod. 2v To wrap something around an object (as tape on a taperecorder, or film of a camera); to wind as thread onto a spool. 3n Type of trap in which multiple loops are made of rattan on the trunk of a papaya tree and attached to a long rattan trigger. When a monkey climbs the tree for fruit, he is caught and tighly encircled by all these loops so he cannot wriggle free. 3.1n Something that entwines such as film of a camera or tape of a tape recorder. Ka igtagù no tiip, songo libod dod ka ngaran. That which is placed in a tape [recorder] is also called [something] that entwines. Purutia ka libod no igtagù ku to kodak. Pick up the film which I will put inside the camera. 4 5n Something around which something is wrapped; or wound such as a spool, as for thread.
tongos v 1To wrap up; to enfold, encase, surround. Ka kalusaput, ogtongos to langitlangit. No ka langitlangit, ogtongos to bunow. The membrane encases the white of the egg. And the white of the egg surrounds the yoke. [That which surrounds, enfolds or encases can vary from cloth material to the hard shell encasing the pupa of an insect. The word also applies to any membrane or the white of an egg which surrounds the yoke without any obvious membrane separating the two.] see fr.: bolodbod; osyn: kodkod 2; see fr.: bukus 3; see fr.: balut. 2To be wrapped up or encased, as in a cocoon. Ka sikan kanggò din, ogkatongos ka og-ugpa-an din. As for its pupa, its dwelling place is encased. Ka mgo Monobo, ko ogbobolow to ko-onon no homoy, ogtongoson to doun to saging The Manobo people, when they carry a lunch of rice, they wrap it up with a banana leaf.