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ponong 1n Dam Ko warò ponong no woig, warò ogkoimu no mgo basakan no homoy. If there is no dam (lit dam of water), it is not possible to make rice paddies. see fr.: limpung; see fr.: sinagop. 2v To dam up as a river or creek. Ka woig no Liboganon, pigponong su oyow du-on igwoig to basakan. The Liboganon river was dammed up so that it could be used to water the rice paddy. see fr.: dugong. 3v To be blocked or dammed up, as water. Ka woig no naponong, na-atangan ka lawa to woig. As for the river/stream (lit. water) which has been dammed up, the body of the water is blocked. Ka woig no konò og-anlas, naponong. Water which does not flow has been dammed up. Ka lanow no napongong, konò ogpakalibuas. The lake that is dammed up, has no outlet (lit. cannot go out). see: limpong.
sagop v 1To work as a group to dam up a stream with stones and/or leaves in order to catch fish. see fr.: olot 3. 2To trap, as fish and shrimp by blocking off a small section of the river with stones and leaves so water is impeded. Sagopon ka isdà. The fish are being trapped by impeding the flow of the water. see fr.: dugong. 3To be protected from the flow of water as by something that is impeding that flow. Nasagop ka kanta no baloy to woig. Our house was protected from the water [by the library which was in front of the flow of current]. see: alindung 2. 4To impede, as water of a flood Ka library, ian ka nakasagop to nalapoy no woig. The library was what impeded [the flow of] the flooding river (lit. water). see: atang 1; see: olot 1.