container, large porcelainsinampalansinampalanNlarge porcelain containerA large ornate porcelain jar either made by or traded through the Spanish. It is considered one of the cultural treasures of the Tagakaulo in times past because it was not locally made.Simbagaksibulan
container, smallabi-ananʔa.bi.ˈʔa.nanNsmall containerIt is usually is a woven container of some variety of bamboo or of wood, and has an open top.
container, small wovenbabalananbabalananNsmall woven containerA babalanan is a small woven container with a lid like a sukatan used used for carrying newly caught fish, crabs, or seeds, etc.
container, square woventalu-ungtalu.ʔuŋNA talu-ung is a square woven basketlike container. 6.7.7Container
container, tightly-weaved fieldbe‑enˈbɜ.ʔɜnNA be-en is tightly woven harvest container which can hold 7.5 gantangs of rice.k. ofanesmungngonipe'sekatentakba'184.108.40.206Weaving baskets and mats
continueabayaVgo ahead; continueSimpigdelegpadeleg 2padɜlɜgvb.act.continueder.pagpadelegpag-abaypag.ʔaa.baiVcontinueYa-i +pag-abay kanaten ya balawbalaw mu kay nyang-ilut kita.Don't stop talking for us (for our sake) just because we are massaging each other.Used with negative existential, spatial existential ˈdunˈ; prohibitive command ˈya-iˈ.
continue (cmd), cause topadelegaVcause to continue (cmd)
continue to proceed with, willmag-abay1magʔaa.ba͡ivb.auxWhen someone will mag-abay they will continue to do something.
continue, willabayen3ʔa.ˈba.yɜnVWhen a person abayen they will continue doing something.Abayen ta ya pigbalawbalaw ta kumanggabi.Let's continue with what we talking about last night.Abayen da ku ya mangumpay sa kuda'.I will continue now with getting fodder for the horse.