Browse Vernacular - English
pusil₂ n A kind of fish [A long fish with a rounded snout similar to subuk but longer. It is dark on top but a mottled design on its sides and has small scales.]
pusina n Kitchen. [The mountain people generally have their firetable inside their house that in the past was not generally subdivided by walls. Apparently, the addition of a room external to the main part of the house is a later development.]
pusod 1n Navel 2umbilical cord. 3n The center of anything circular such as as whirl of hair, whirlpool, circle, the earth, a tooth or of a log cut crosswise; swirl. Ka woig no du-on saliu-an, songo du-on pusod. Water which has a whirlpool, also has a center. Ko hondo-i ka taliwarò to tanò, ian ka pusod, Wherever the middle of the earth is, that is the center. Ka otow, du-on buliburan to puù to ulu rin no ogkohimuan no pusod. A person has a circular growth of hair on his head which makes a swirl.