bunbun 1v Cover over; fill in a hole. see fr.: bugsong 2; see fr.: obuk 2; osyn: tol-ob 1. 2v Fill, as a hole. Bunbuni to tanò ka lungag. Fill the hole with earth. 3v To cover, as to occlude with darkness Ko ogsalop ka allow, ogkabunbunan to ogmausilom ka tanò. When the sun goes down, darkness covers the earth. 4v Erase, as footprints. Ka igbunbun to komos, ka uran. That which erases the footprints is the rain. 5v (Fig.) To hide, as a fault. Ka otow no ogbubunbun, ogpa-abin to songo otow ka salò din. The person who hides [a fault], transfers the blame to someone else. see fr.: poid 3. 6v To squelch someone. Ko du-on otow no ogkagi, konad ogkaparasan no ogkagi ko ogbunbunan to songo otow ka ogkagi. Ian ka og-ampow to kandin no kagi. If a person is talking, he cannot continue talking if another person squelches the one speaking. He is the one who overrides (lit. puts on top) his own speech. 7n Soft earth Ka mo-omul no tanò diò ilis to woig no napò no ogtubu-an to tibogow, sikan ka bagunbun no tanò su ko oglanog, kabunbunan man dò to tanò. The soft earth at the edge of a flat area where reeds grow, that is soft earth because when the river floods it will be covered again with earth.