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A rolled metal handle of a bolo, hanggap, or knife, uwah.
The rolled metal handle base of a bolo or spade, is usually covered with woven rattan, allūbung. A wooden handle is inserted into the handle base of a bolo or spade.
pā'aw 1, Kinds of Handles,
For someone (agent muɴ-) to roll-fashion a handle or handle base (theme i-) onto a bolo (loc ref -an).
panālung; manālung
This is done by rolling one end of a continuous metal piece which constitutes both blade and handle. The metal is heated in a forge and rolled by beating on it with a hammer.
A double-bladed bolo.
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