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bagwanan n Part of certain traps which is released by the trigger. Ko ogkapolis ka sa-id, ogkabokas ka bagwanan. When the trigger slips off, the lever [which kills or traps the animal] is released. [This can be a rope stick or lever as the part of a mouse trap which strikes and kills the animal.]
sanggat 1v To catch on something; hook onto. see fr.: pakang 2. 2Igsanggat ku to bibig to liang. I hook them onto the basket rim. 3n A catch, such as that which holds the trigger of a trap. Ka balatik, ka lit-ag woy balod, tibò du-on sa-id no ian ogpakabokat to sanggatan. The pig trap, the noose trap [for a bird] and the noose trap [for a rat], all of them have a trigger which is that which releases the catch [on the trigger]. 4n Type of sugarcane.