Bobolugan n Name of a stream and also of a village on that stream. [A story is told of a young lady who made a pet of a crocodile who lived in the water of this stream. She is said to have come each morning and afternoon to feed the crocodile. adding the food to the stream. She kept feeding it as it grew. One day, the crocodile ate what the young woman gave it and then preyed on the lady herself and ate her. According to legend, that is why the stream is called “Bobolugan” because the crocodiles food was imbolug to linow to woig “added to the deep pool [of the stream]”.]
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bolug n Whatever is added to food or soup, whether water, sardines or vegetables. Ka otow, nigkuò to homoy no nigbolugan din to salamun no impaako-on to miow. The person got some rice and added canned fish to it to feeed the cat. Agad nokoy ka ig-amut ta no mgo dorounan, songo igbolug dod. Whatever is added to food, it is also that which is added to food.