andung, og=, nig= v 1To gather closely together such as when people are trying to hear a speaker. Og-andung ki. Pamminog ki to kinagian to igbuyag. Let's gather closely together. We will listen to what the leader will say. see: limud 1. 2To sit in a circle to eat together. Ma-an-andungoloy ki ka ogko-on. Sagboka rò to ogdatongan. We sit in a circle to eat together. There is just one [recepticle] where food is served. up. Ian to ognangon to ogmandungdungoloy ki su ogmatangtangko-oy. The reason we say we sit in a circle to eat together is because we are facing each other. [Especially to sit in a circle around one leaf or winnowing basket to eat but word also applies to sitting around a table.]
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bulus₂ v 1To flow forcefully, as water under pressure from a faucet; or swift water in a stream. Ogbulus ka woig no ogma-agbot to oglibuas to gripu. The water flows forcefully as it forcefully comes out of the faucet. 2To be drawn together as people are drawn to a sale or celebration. Ka mgo otow, ogkabulusbulus ka og-amut to Kaamulan su du-on ogpitawon dan. The people are being drawn together to attend the Kaamulan celebration because there are things to see. see: limud 1; see: libulung 1.