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apulu n Monkey trap either that made of thorns in which the monkey is killed or another style like a cage in which one or more monkeys can be trapped alive. Ka dugi to anibung, ogkagamit to oghimu koy to apulu to ubal. The thorns of the anibung palm tree are used by us to make a monkey trap (lit. monkey-trap of the monkey). [One type is made of thorns and has a trigger which causes the monkey to be pinned and also causes the monkey's death. Another kind is made like a cage and catches the monkey alive. It is baited allowing the monkey to enter but not escape. Other monkeys may follow the first and also be trapped.]
mangulod adj 1Unripe as of banana or young coconut, corn. 2young, as of corn Og-abat ki to manulod no agoloy su ogtibungulon ta su maroyow no ogko-onon. We harvest young corn because we will boil it because it is good to eat. [When the grains are still soft and not fully developed.] 3immature Mangulod ka kayu ko kò pad no matasan. Wood is immature when it has not yet become hard. ant: matasan.