ibung pronunciación

I. N

1. artef.,hunting gun

2. animal,fish,food a river fish, probably a sturgeon


  • Etnográfica:
    Used old 22 and took only a couple of bullets because they were too expensive; so had to be good shots.
    Cane Creek men thought nothing of hunting without guns, but most Rama Cay men would say they could not hunt unless they had a gun and dog.
    You can find the fish in Corn River. It looks like (favors) a crocodile in the mouth and the skin is thick like an armadillo. Some eat it, but it is rank (has a strong fish smell). The meat is white like shrimp.
  • Gramatical:
    'gun' can also be said 'siikubing' but 'ibung' is more frequent.
  • Léxica:
    "gaspar" in Spanish.

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