padpad 1vs To drop off, as petals or leaves Ko ogkalugoy on ogkapadpad on ka mgo bulak dan. After (lit. when) a long time, their flowers/petals drop off. Agad ka mgo doun, songo ogkapadpad ko ogdulu. Even the leaves, they also drop off when they shed. see fr.: dulu 1; see fr.: gotan. 2v To slap a basket on the bottom in order to loosen every last crumb or grain. Ko du-on maligsom to lirong, padparan nu pà. If there is [something] dirty on the winnowing tray, tap it on the bottom [so the dirt/debris will drop off]. see: taktak.
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dulu cf: luas; see fr.: pupu 3. v 1To shed leaves, as trees. Ko ogdulu ka kayu, ogkapadpad ka doun ko ogkalamagon. When a tree shed's its leaves, the leaves drop of when the wind blows against them. see: padpad 1. 2To shed fur, as animals [DB says this word does not apply to the molting of birds.]