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.
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pakang v 1To attach firmly, as with a nail, thumbtack.or put on or in firmly (as camote in a dove’s feeding container, or a bolo stuck on a stump, or as paper clips.) Du-on mgo litaratu no igpakang ta to alabat no igmaroyow to pogpitow. There are pictures which we attach to the wall which is good to look at. [This applies to fastening something to a wall with a nail or thumbtacks or fastening a pattern to a piece of material with straight pins.] 2Stick something firmly into something else, as a knife is stuck into a stump. Igpakang nu ka mo-irob diò to tu-od. Stick the knife into the stump. see: sanggat 1. 3Stick something into a small appreture??, as food into a bird's bamboo feeding tube. Pakangi nu ka limukon to mundù. Give the dove some camote. see: dasok 1. 4Become lodged in something, as a knife that is thrown Du-on otow no nigpalatok din ka duma rin to tag-i, di diò dò nakapakang to alabat. Saul cast a knife/sword at David but it just happened to lbecome lodged in the wall.
kadkad 1v To unravel as thread of a net or woven material. Ogkakadkad ka biaa ko ogpakasanggat ko warò nabuku to poghimu. A fishing net will ravel if it is caught on something unless (lit if not) it is knotted as it is being made. see: hokad 1. 2n Ravelling, as from material.or thread unwound from a spool.