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Magimon deriv.: gimon. n Name of a river north of Mansalinow which flows into the Liboganon River - also a village at the river junction. [Name was said to derive from people met long ago who were always smiling.]
bodbod v 1To wind, as a vine. Ko niglibod ka bunal to kayu, nigbodbod din. If the vine wound around the tree, it wrapped around it. see: libod 1. 2To wrap something around something else, as a bandage. Ka otow no napali-an, nigkuò to manggad no inbodbod to pali din. A person who was wounded took a [piece of] material and wrapped [it] around his wound.
bolodbod v To tie up by wrapping something around securely as many crabs or fish in a leaf. in which the vine is wrapped around several times in either direction. Ko ogtongoson to doun ka kumang, oghirosonan ta to ogbolodbod ka igbanggut no balagon. When crabs are wrapped in a leaf we tie them up securely by wrapping a vine around them several times. Bolodbolori nu to ogbanggut. Wrap around securely when you tie it up. see: tongos 1; gen: banggut; see: libod 1.
gapun 1n Cloud. Ka makopal no gapun no mo-itom, kibol. Og-uran sikan. Ka mo-ilom no kibol, ko ogmapotì on, oglugsù on ka uran. The thick, black clouds are thunderheads. Those will [cause it to] rain. The black thunderheads, if they become white, they will [cause it] to rain hard. spec: butakù 1, kibol. 2White clouds, mist, fog Ka bilisbilis, ligkat to salagapun no ogpanulu-tulù. The misty rain, it comes from the fog which drips.
kodkod see: banggut. v 1To wrap tightly around something. Nigkodkod on ka bakosan diò to sugpang to kayu. The python was already wrapped tightly around the branch of the tree. see: libod 1. 2To wrap up and bind together with several ties as a bundle or as a dead person which is wrapped in bark and then bound again with rattan. Nigkodkoran to linaw ka namatoy. The dead person was wrapped up and tightly bound in bark. osyn: tongos 1; osyn: banggut.
sasò n A type of inedible cane, large. Baluy no sasò ka tirò. The sugarcane changed into cane. [Although in the example below, someone claimed that sugarcane turned into this other kind of cane, DB says they are two distinct plants and sugarcane never becomes sasò.; Hard red cane about an inch in diameter, with smooth skin which is useful for making flooring. Its leaves are like the leaves of sugarcane rather than like bamboo.; It may also be used for raft poles ] gen: tibogow 1.