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apduˈʔap.dun.possd1a person’s gallbladder. 2.1.8Internal organsAnatanatomy2the gallbladder of an animalThe gall bladder of a python is dried and used as a treatment for stomach pain and many other uses. The gall bladder of a monkey is also used as medicine.1.6.2Parts of an animal

baga'2ˈba.gaʔn.possd1A person’s lungsthe two organs in the chest which is used for breathing2.1.8Internal organsAnatanatomy2the lungs of all animals except fish1.6.2Parts of an animal

bulud na bagakwangn.possda personˈs spinal cord2.1.8Internal organs

palu'1pa.luʔn.possda person’s spleen, the internal body organ that makes red blood cells.2.1.8Internal organs

pusudpu.sudn.possd1the navel or belly button the place where the umbilical cord attaches to a new-born baby.2.1.2TorsoAnatanatomy2umbilical cord2.1.8Internal organs

sakbangsak.baŋn.possda person’s bladder the body organ that holds one's urine2.1.8Internal organs

tinaytinayn.possd1a person’s intestines2.1.8Internal organsAnatanatomy2the intestines of any animal1.6.2Parts of an animal

utukʔu.tukn.possda person’s brain2.1.8Internal organsAnatanatomyid.dakula' ya utuksmart; bright; intellegentutuk na pesa'a person’s bone marrowthe bone marrow of large animals