udling 1n Exhortation, advice or teaching. Ka udling, sagboka no ig-anad woy igsapad to mgo maro-ot no mgo batasan. As for advice, it is a type of teaching or rebuke for bad conduct. [A meeting is often held for exhortation and law-giving; to exhort; to command.] 2v teaching Ka otow, og-udling to anak din to maroyow no batasan. As for a person, [he] teaches good conduct to his offspring. 3v To give advise, instruction. 4Nig-uglingan dò ka atoboy din to “Kai ka.” He commanded his sister, “Come here.”
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bagkolong v 1To dance, turning first to one side and then to another. Ka otow no nigsayow to kuglung, ogbagkolong dò ko ogsayowsayow. Ka bakolong, agad hondo-i ogkolong sikandin ka ogsayow. The person who danced to the kuglung instrument was turning from side to side as he/she was dancing. As for [the word] bagkolong, he/she turns in any direction while dancing 2Extended Meaning: To be strong-willed; (in a negative sense); disobedient. Ka otow no ogbagkolong, og-atu to agad nokoy no udling. Konò ogpabo-ot Ka kandin dò no katagaanan, ian din ogtumanon. The person who is strong-willed, he resists any kind of advice. He won't let someone control him. He only carries out that which comes from his own knowledge. [considered to be a bad trait]
lop-ang₂ v 1To skip, step over, step across something. 2Jump over an object Ka langkotow, ko ogpalaguy ki, oglop-angan ta ko du-on atang. As for the broad jump, when we run, we will jump over [an object] if there is an obstacle. 3To disobey. Ko du-on udling to mgo buyag no konò ogtumanon, sikan ian ka niglop-ang ka otow to balo-od. 4To skip, as doing something every other day Inuma nu ka so-ini no tambal no songo allow ka igsal'ang nu no og'inum ka man dò taman to ogko-ubus on. Take this medicine every other day until it is gone.
sagboka 1pron Just one, such as one piece, one item, one person Sagboka ku. There's just me. see fr.: songo 1. 2pron One kind of; a type of Ka udling, sagboka no ig-anad woy igsapad to mgo maro-ot no mgo batasan. As for advice, it is one kind of teaching and correction for bad conduct. see: songo lunsud. 3One item