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pondakan₂ 1adj Short-legged. Agad nokoy no ayam, ko malopot no pa-a, oghingaranan to pondakan. Any animal, if it has short feet, it is called short-legged. [The term usually applies to chickens or animals but is also applied to a short person or a dwarf.] 2n Dwarf Pondakan ka malopot lagboy no otow. A very short person is a dwarf. see fr.: dompo-dompò; see: dompo-dompò.
sapon v 1To overtake (esp. in time); to catch up with. Nasapon ku rò. I was able to catch up with him. Namouri si Anna to duma rin diò to dalan su konò ogpakasapon su malopot ka pa-a rin. Anna fell behind her companions on the path because she could not keep up because her legs were short. see fr.: dagap 2; see fr.: babaloy, og=, nig= 2. 2To hurry to keep up. Ka batò, ogsaponsapon to ogluyud to amoy rin ka oghipano. As for a child, he hurries to keep up with his father as he is walking beside him.
tompug 1n Chopped off see: tampod 1. 2n A stubby-tailed animal, as a dog, piglet, or chicken. Du-on otow no og-indan to bakotin din, nigtompugan din ka ikug din There is a person who marks his piglet, he will cut off [part of] its tail. [The instrument used to tompug depends on what is being cut off. A knife would normally be used to cut off a tail of a pet but a saw or axe would be used to cut off a piece of a log or lumber.; The tail is only cut off of a puppy because if the dog is older it will die because it will bleed. The tail may be tied tightly with nylon to cut off circulation or be cut off with a knife. However, cutting off circulation causes swelling which is very painful for the animal.] 3v To cut off, as a piece of wood Du-on otow no nigtompug to oglosungon din no sagboka rò. There was someone who cut off [a piece of wood] which he would make into a single mortar. syn: tampod 1. 4v To cut in pieces of something in specific lengths, such as wood Du-on otow no ogpantompug to og-atopon din no langilan. Someone who is cutting lengths of langilan wood for a roof. Ko ogtompugon, ogmalopotlopot dò to pogpanampod. Sintun When we cut [something] into lengths, we just repeatedly cut them short.