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itis v 1To pour. Og-itis ki to woig ko og-inum ki. We pour water when we [want to] drink. Ko oglolo-ug ki diò to koilawan no warò woig no ogkabaya-an ta, oglogtas ki to bunal no og-itison ta ka woig din no og-inumon tad on su nammaraan ki. When we go on an errand to the forest and there is no water nearby (lit. where we pass), we cut a vine and pour its water out and drink it because we are thirsty (lit. dried out). see fr.: bus-ug 2. 2spill, as water or other liquids Ko ogkapolod ka sakoru, ogko-ilis ka woig di mananoy oglibuas su malig-ot ka bo-bò. When a bamboo water pole tips over, the water spills but it is slow to go out because the mouth is narrow. [Does not apply to spilling of dry substances. The word itis applies to a smaller amount of liquid. bus-ug would apply to large quantity of either liquid or dry ingredients being spilles.] see: bus-ug 2.
ug-ug 1v To dump, as dirty laundry, trash. Ka mgo otow no ogmangali to mundu, og-ug-ug to mundù diò to woig su oglu-an dan pad The people who digs sweet potatoes, will dump the sweet potatoes into the water because they will wash them first. Ko ogkabus-ug ka sabow, ogko-ug-ug ka tagù. When soup spills, the contents fall out. see fr.: busbus 2. 2vs Spill, drop out, fall, as from a container. Ogmaligoton [ka bo-bò to tagu-anan] no du-on galow oyow ko ogtagù ka ngalap, konò ogko-ug-ug. The [mouth of the container] is made to be narrow and has sharp points so that when water-creatures go inside, they cannot drop out. Ko ogko-ubus din on to pogbus-ug to batu, ogko-ug-ug on. When he has finished dumping the rocks, they fall [to the ground]. osyn: bus-ug 2. 3Valley with a small stream