atang 1v To block. Og-atangan ku ka ig-abalangi din. I am preventing that which [someone] is relentlessly pursuing. [This word can be used of physically blocking. It can also be used of blocking someone's purpose.] see fr.: balabag 4; see fr.: sagop 4; spec: olot 1, olot 3; see fr.: bokas 3. 2vs To be blocked or closed off, as a porch or a path see fr.: bugsong 1. 3v With negative: Not closed off (=open) Warò atangi ka balokon. The porch is not closed off. 4To be shielded, such as to shield a child with one’s own body to prevent it from being killed or kidnapped.
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olot v 1To obstruct Nig-olot koy to mgo sundalu. We were obstrcted by the soldiers. [such as in an ambush to kill or catch someone.] gen: atang 1; see fr.: sagop 4. 2To be obstructed Kunto-on, konò a oghondiò to kamot ku su og-oloton ki to mangayow. Today, I won't go to my field because we are being obstructed by the raiders. see: gopas 1. 3To obstruct Ka library, ian naka-olot to woig to kanta no baloy. The library was what blocked the water. gen: atang 1; see: sagop 1.