libod phr.: libod no kodak. 1v To wrap around, as a snake might wrap itself around a branch. see fr.: bodbod 1; see fr.: kodkod 1; see fr.: bolodbod. 2v To wrap something around an object (as tape on a taperecorder, or film of a camera); to wind as thread onto a spool. 3n Type of trap in which multiple loops are made of rattan on the trunk of a papaya tree and attached to a long rattan trigger. When a monkey climbs the tree for fruit, he is caught and tighly encircled by all these loops so he cannot wriggle free. 3.1n Something that entwines such as film of a camera or tape of a tape recorder. Ka igtagù no tiip, songo libod dod ka ngaran. That which is placed in a tape [recorder] is also called [something] that entwines. Purutia ka libod no igtagù ku to kodak. Pick up the film which I will put inside the camera. 4 5n Something around which something is wrapped; or wound such as a spool, as for thread.
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bodbod v 1To wind, as a vine. Ko niglibod ka bunal to kayu, nigbodbod din. If the vine wound around the tree, it wrapped around it. see: libod 1. 2To wrap something around something else, as a bandage. Ka otow no napali-an, nigkuò to manggad no inbodbod to pali din. A person who was wounded took a [piece of] material and wrapped [it] around his wound.
bolodbod v To tie up by wrapping something around securely as many crabs or fish in a leaf. in which the vine is wrapped around several times in either direction. Ko ogtongoson to doun ka kumang, oghirosonan ta to ogbolodbod ka igbanggut no balagon. When crabs are wrapped in a leaf we tie them up securely by wrapping a vine around them several times. Bolodbolori nu to ogbanggut. Wrap around securely when you tie it up. see: tongos 1; gen: banggut; see: libod 1.
kodkod see: banggut. v 1To wrap tightly around something. Nigkodkod on ka bakosan diò to sugpang to kayu. The python was already wrapped tightly around the branch of the tree. see: libod 1. 2To wrap up and bind together with several ties as a bundle or as a dead person which is wrapped in bark and then bound again with rattan. Nigkodkoran to linaw ka namatoy. The dead person was wrapped up and tightly bound in bark. osyn: tongos 1; osyn: banggut.