bán-áitransitive verbSurarkelesEnglishexchange one thing for another similar thingThis word is used to refer to exchanging pig for pig, contrasting with tumái which involves a payment of cash or shell money. It is a mortuary feasting term. Pigs do not have to be of equal size or value as long as everyone involved is satisfied.Kalilik, gama isi bor idi uri bánái kesi bor a isi ái Wili suri nák arkip, má káp gita te tumái kán bor.Guys, catch that pig over there to exchange with the pig Wili caught so it will be even, and we will not have to pay for his pig.kosoiarbánso bánái4.1Relationships4.3.9.1Customanthro; relationship

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