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nA plow, implement for plowing.
vsubjectN-, mag-To plow; plow up ground.plow, a; plow, toNgite ku aˈa magbadjaˈ dem basakan.I see a person plowing in the rice paddy.sangban28.4Verbs used in connection w/ agricultureVerbs used in connection w/ agriculture

mata badjaˈ

nPlowshare.plowshareThe sharp point that breaks the ground in plowing. It is also used for husking coconuts.
For this purpose it is mounted in an upright position on a piece of wood with three
legs. The nuts are slammed onto the point and the husks broken off.
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nA sled.A low, square conveyance that is constructed of wood and has skids (runners) rather
than wheels. It is usually pulled by a carabao, sometimes by a cow.
sledPapīhun ne meˈ duwaˈannun diyataˈ pahagad.Place your cargo onto the sled.Dapahagaddu lahingkun.My coconuts (fill) one sled.8.5Implements, agricultureImplements, agriculture18.1VehiclesVehicles

kahdu a cart
kalesa wagon for passengers, coach
pahagad sled
banda rope fixed to shafts
bandut rope under tail or neck
jumput girth
karang-karang shafts of vehicle
kekuˈung yoke
teyingekekuˈung loops of rope to fix yoke to shaft


nFence post; a stake (for a plant).post (for fence); fence post; stake (for plant)Eddoˈanun ku kayu hinangku piˈil tekkey.Get me some wood; I will make a stake for my pepper leaf plant.olomtulus8.5Implements, agricultureImplements, agriculture


nA stick with a hook (for holding weeds that are to be cut).stick (with hook for cutting weeds)A stick that has a branch is cut in such a way that the branch forms a hook. It is
held in one’s left hand and a sickle in the right when cutting weeds.
Bang aˈahin ngalabas subey niyaˈ sagleyne.If a person cuts weeds he should have a stick with a hook.8.5Implements, agricultureImplements, agriculture


nDibble, dibble stick.dibble stickIt is used in planting rice and maize. A person pokes a hole in the ground with it
for the seed to be placed in.
Kayuinin hinangku tabbak.This wood I will use as a dibble stick.20.1ToolsTools8.5Implements, agricultureImplements, agriculture
vsubjectN-, mag-To make a hole (in the ground with a dibble stick), to dibble.dibble, to; hole for planting, to makeLakkesiyenabbak.He makes holes fast.Magtabbakkewbangkewtanembatad.Make holes when you plant maize.Tabbakundahuˈ bulakin maki papīhun paleyin.Make holes in the ground first then put the rice in.tanemeddek


nA fence post; support post (for climbing plants, as pepper vine).fence post; support for vineskew ngeddoˈ tulus hinangte birang lumaˈte.Go and get some posts; we will make a fence for our house.Kayuinin hinangku tulus pamiyenta.This wood I will make into a support for the pepper vine.olompiˈil19.4Building materialsBuilding materials8.5Implements, agricultureImplements, agriculture


nBeam (that fixes the plow to the yoke).beam that fixes plow to yokeIt is approximately 1/2 m long, thick like an arm with a hole in the middle for the
plow to be attached. It is usually attached with rope to the yoke.
Geyku kapamadjaˈ, polong untang-untangkun.I cannot plow; the beam is broken.8.5Implements, agricultureImplements, agriculture


nA stake, post, pole (for marking a boundary or supporting a plant).stake (post); post (supporting plants); pole (for marking)kew ngeddoˈ usuk duk niyaˈ pamanaˈikan meˈ paraholesten.Go and get a stake so that we have something for our beans to climb up on.8.5Implements, agricultureImplements, agriculture
vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo stake s.t., put stakes to s.t.; mark s.t. (with stakes).mark s.t. with stakeNgusukiye duk kataˈuhan bang atag ingge pangahinanganne lumaˈnen.He marks it (with stakes) so that it is known where he is going to build his house.Magusuk meˈ tinanemne iye duk gey tadiˈik.He puts stakes where he planted something so that it won’t be stepped on.Usukandehigad bulakden duk kataˈuhande bang taman ingge.They put stakes at the edge of their field so that they will know to where it extends.