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tapus 1v To finish, end. Ka otow no nighimu to baloy rin, og-omotan din to ogtapus ka oghimu su ugpa-an din on. [As for] the person who is making a house, he works hard to finish making it because he will move in. Ko ogkatapusan to ogtubaran ka babuy no ogko-onan dan on. When they have finished sacrificing the pig, they eat it. Du-on otow no nigkakamot no nakatapus on to talabau rin. There was a person who cut a field and he was able to finish his work. see: ponga 1. 2n end see: katamanan.
bonsaran n 1The base of a mountain where the incline begins. Ka bonsaran, ian ka diralom to daligdigan no ka katamanan to nakasandig. The base of a mountain, that is at the bottom of the incline which is the ending of the steep part. 2Bottom and sides of shield which are reinforced with a decorative edge of bronze or more recently, with aluminium. Ko du-on ogsabukan no burunsi diò to bonsaran to kalasag, ian ka ighiroson oyow konò ogkagulak ko ogmapilpilakoy. When there is something in which brass is placed there on the bottom and sides of a shield, that is that which secures it so that it won’t come apart when [men] fight each other with spears. see: kalasag 1.
daligdig 1deriv n The ascent or incline of a mountain Ka bonsaran, ian ka diralom to daligdigan no ka katamanan to nakasandig. The base of a mountain, that is at the bottom of the incline which is the ending of the steep part. see: sandig 2. 2v Follow a path on mountain side; traverse a mountain, not going by way of the summit.
olog 1n For something to be fitting or OK with someone, to be the right fit or size, or to be possible or appropriate for a specific occasion or use. Olog nu bua ka so-ini no kinabò. Perhaps this is your size. see: karakoli; see fr.: ongod 2; see fr.: togkad 3. 2adv Possibly Olog bua ko ogpakasamboy a to kuddò nu su oghondiò a to Patil su ogboli a to tambal. Maybe it's a possible that I could borrow your horse because I will go to Patil because I will buy medicine. Konò no olog to ogkasambayan su masakit so pa-a to kuddò. It's not possible to borrow it because the horse's foot is sore. [That is, OK with someone.] 3n Enough, adequate Olog nud ka so-ini no salapì to ogpoko-uma ka diò to Davao. This money is adequate for you to reach Davao. Ka igkarangob on ka no-olog on to nakaboli. The next year the [amount of] corn was enough that it could be sold. see: litos 1. 4n When preceded by ian, it means, the very thing which is fitting for some purpose. Ka mgo bo-ugan, ian olog no litos to sikan ka ogkoimu no maroyow no indanan to olatan to kara tanò no du-on mgo kamunoy. A creek is the very thing which is appropriate to be that which can be made the marker between two fields which have [different] owners. DB Dic Nt May/2006 5v To fit Ka an-anayan no turukan to agoloy ku, katoluan dò no saku ka no-olog to sikan no pinayag ku. From my first corn harvest, only thirty sacks fit in my granary. 6v To be suitable, OK, fitting Du-on otow no ogko-iniat to bogyas. Og-insò to, “Ogko-olog bua to goinawa nu ko ogsaliuan ku to manuk?” There is a person who wants to buy a fish trap. He will ask, “Maybe it is OK with you (lit. suitable to your breath) if I trade a chicken for it?” 7v To try. Ka so-ini no simana to katamanan to Mayo, og-olog-olog a porom to og-ulì diò to Maambago, di nig-ugsul on ka mgo pilitianan to mgo sakayan. This week at the end?? of May, I would like to try to return to Maambago, but the fares to the vehicles have gone up. Sikan ian ogtimulan ta pad ka salapi ku oyow og-olog-olog to pogdatong dio to Maambago. That's why we will increase [the amount of] my money so that it will be enough to arrive at Maambago. 8v test Kò nu og-ol-ologi ka inoy nu su maro-ot. Don't test your mother because it's bad. [If a child disobeyed his mother to go to swim in a deep place someone would say:] 9vs To fit