hinang 1v For a shaman to perform a ceremony. [by sacrificing a pig. The meaning seems to include the whole ceremony from the beginning of placing the pig, the dancing of the shaman and the sacrificing of the pig and the feast.] 2Ko nigdaralu, sikan ka nighinangan to Bailan. Ko du-on babuy, sikan ka ogtubaran dan no ogmanasayow on ka bailan no ogpalpalibut to babuy. If someone is ill, that is the person over which a shaman will perform a pig sacrifice.
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basal v To play a rhythm on a log, a drum or a can using sticks or one's hands., whether for ceremony, a march or just for fun. Ko du-on otow no ogmahihinang ungod dan ogbasalon ka gimbal. Ka gimbal no ogbasalon ungod oglisagon. If there are those who are having a [saacrificial] ceremony, they constantly play a rhythm on a drum. The drum which is played is beaten [with sticks/one's hands].