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bulang 1vs Wash out as a dam or bridge. Lapoy no ligkat to ponong no nabulang. A deluge/flood which came from a dam which had washed out. [When a dam breaks, the water spills over and if people live below the results can be disasterous.] see: tobal 1. 2v To be engulfed in a problem such as when a quarrel turns into a war with people killing each other. Ka otow no ogmabunbunu-oy, ogmabulbulangoy on ka ogpilpilakoy on. People who murder each other, they are already being engulfed [in their problems] as they are already spearing each other. [DB says it is like a dam which has broken and the people below are engulfed in a flood of destruction as they kill each other like when a dam breaks endangering those below.] see: pabunbuno-oy. 3deriv n A drain, such as a canal which is made to carry away water and drain water from a pool, usually for the purpose of catching the fish that will be trapped. However, the term would also apply to draining water from a river into a canal so that a highway can be made on either side. Ka bulanganan, ogtu-uran ta to og-oti ka lanow. Ogkutkutan ta ka ogpabaya-an to woig oyow dakol ka ngalap no ogko-utol. As for a drain, we purpose that the lake will go dry. We dig/scrape away the place where the water will flow (lit. pass) so that we can catch a lot of edible [fish and other] creatures. 4v To make a canal or other device to drain off water, as from a street or other area.