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agpo comm. edge of a village. Restrictions: Hudhud. Dimmatong hi agpawan da ad Matanibung. He arrived at the edge of Matanibung village. ‑an. (sem. domains: - Boundary.)

hidol 1comm. the edge of an area such as a village or field. Hitu di hidol nan gabutan yu, This is the point where you will stop cutting grasses. (sem. domains: - Limit, - Boundary.) 2trans. to go to the edge or border of an area. Ihidol nah on inodnonah punbanogan. He went to the border of the village and then down to the ricefields. i‑/iN‑. 3trans. to stop at the designated boundary. Inhidol nan munggabut. He stopped cutting grasses at the designated point. i‑/iN‑.

huy-u sta. the edge of a village, a circular formation of land forming the edge. Pinhod kun ume nah huy-u te ang-angok di udum an boble. I want to go to the edge because I can see other villages. ma‑. (sem. domains: - Boundary.)

kiggad comm. a boundary marker. [Trees are planted as kiggad, usually in a straight line; also, stones that require three or more people to lift are buried to serve as boundary markers.] Hituwey kiggad tun lutak. This is the boundary of my land. Mangiggad da nadan hin-am-a. The father and his sons are placing boundary marks. Sim: batnong, koltog, pat-ok. (sem. domains: - Boundary.)

koltog 1comm. boundary of property. Nuntanomak hi kaiw nah koltog mi. I planted a tree at our boundary. Sim: kiggad, batnong, pat-ok; Syn: batnong. (sem. domains: - Boundary.) 2trans. to place a boundary; to mark a boundary of property. Koltogom nan galdenom. Make a boundary on the place you make a garden. Kinoltog na nan luta. He made a boundary on the land. ‑on/‑in‑.

paghok 1comm. a peg or stake used as a boundary marker, made of wood or stone dug into the ground. (sem. domains: - Boundary.) 2trans. to place a peg or stake. Em ipaghok hituwe dih koltog taku. Go put this stake on our boundary. Paghokam nan koltog taku hi palayon. Place a marker on our boundary with palayon-wood. i‑/iN‑, ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an. 3A Move and position object at site. (sem. domains: - Put in.) 3comm. a stake used to dig hole for planting seeds. Usalon da di paghok hin mun-ohok da. They use the stake when planting seeds.

pingngit 1comm. border; edge; rim, e.g. bank of river; side of road. Natanoman hi palawer am-in nan pingngit di bale da. The border of their house was all planted with flowers. Nah pingngit di kalatay pun-ay-ayyaman yu te dakol di mala-uh talak. You play at the side of the road because there are many vehicles passing by. Dakol day u-ungan mun-ay-ayyam nah pingngit di Ibulao. Many children are playing at the edge of the Ibulao river. (sem. domains: - Boundary.) 2to put something on the edge. 2.1trans. to bring to put something to the side or edge. Ipingngit mu na talak te waday lumah-un. Bring the vehicle to the side of the road because someone is going to alight. i‑/iN‑. 2.2intrans. to be on the side or edge of a bed, bench, etc. Mipingngit nah kama nan ong-ongal ta tibonay mag-an dakayu. The older one will stay on the outer side of the bed so that he will see that you do not fall.