Browse Vernacular - English
tabod 1v To wind, as a string or beads around something. Tabod now ka bali-og. Wind the beads around your neck. 2Entangle. 3v to wind around each other Patabtaboroy to malaab. Have them wind each other with red [material]. [When a person wants someone speared he makes an agreement with a raider to do the spearing and they twist together two pieces of red cloth to symbolize their agreement.] 4v to deceive for the purpose of betrayal Ka aku, ogparumaan to ogpanabod. The [word] aku, it goes with the [word] betray/twist [DB explained that the person who is brave enough to revenge will look an opportunity to deceive a person into trusting him so that he (or someone else) can kill him.]
tabolog vs 1To get dizzy. Ko ogkatabolog ki to ma-agbot, ogpoko-ilob ki. If we are severely dizzy, we will vomit. Ka sikan no katabolog, kanta ka ogkaligot, no ko og-alipolongan ki, ian ogkaligot ka ogpitawon ta. As for that [kind of] dizziness, we are the ones who go around, and if we experience vertigo, what goes around is that which we are looking at. osyn: alipolong. 2To be lightheaded, as from drinking or illness. Ko ogkalasing ki no subla ka pog-imun ta ogkatabolog ki. If we are drunk from having drunk too much, we will be lightheaded. Ko kulang ka langosa ta ogkatabolog ki ko oghipanow no konò ki ogpoko-orol. If our blood is lacking we will be lightheaded when we walk and we won't be able to manage to get around. see: alipolong.