n. 1. anchor; 2. deposit, amount paid to guarantee the return of something; 2a. funds, money set aside for something; 2b. stock, amount of something set aside; v. 1. make an anchor; 2. drop anchor. Mupundu ta dinhi, Let’s drop anchor here. Gipundúhan na ang sakayan, The boat dropped anchor; 2a. stay s.w. for a while. Mupundu ta sa landung kadiyut, Let’s rest in the shade for a while; 2b. settle down, stop doing something Nagpundu na ang íyang pagtambuk, He has stopped putting on weight; 2c. put animals away for the night. Gipundúhan na ba nímu ang kabáyù? Have you put the horse away for the night? 3a. lay a vehicle or machinery aside. Ámung gipundu ang ámung kutsi samtang nagbakasiyun mi, We stored our car while we were on vacation; 3b. deposit something as guarantee. Ang butilya gipundúhan ug diyis, They deposited ten cents for the bottle; 4. fund a project. Usa ka miliyun ang gipundu álang sa ubras, A million pesos have been funded for public works; 4a. set aside stock for something Bangà ang gipundúhan sa túbig, They stored the water in a jar. punduhánan n. 1. anchoring place; 2. place one stays for a while, animals are put away for the night; 3. place something is stored, deposited.
v. 1. gather, assemble together in a group. Dì kita makapunduk sa pasilyu, We can’t gather in the passageway. Plása ang ílang gipundúkan, They gathered in the town square; 2. gather something Pundúka (ipunduk) ang mga sagbut arun daúban, Pile the trash up to burn it; n. 1. group; 2. pile; 3. political party. Mubali ku sa punduk Libiral, I’ll cross to the Liberal party. pundukpunduk n. 1. social gathering. Sa pundukpunduk dì pud siya mapiri, She would not be out of place in social gatherings; 2. kind of small cerith shells (daludalu), so called because they are found gathered in bunches.
n. pongee, a kind of thin cloth of raw silk.
n. onomatopoetic word for an exploding sound, used in children’s games. Pung, patay ka na! Bang, you’re dead!