tabāku'na tobacco plant or leavesNicotiana tabacum (Linn.)'Adtu 'ang 'āmun daya nga nila'ga' nga manuk, tuba' sūman nga binukbuk nga bugas, tabāku' kag mama 'ākun 'ina' ginbutang sa langkapi.As for my things which are boiled chicken, coconut wine, sūman sticky rice cakes, tobacco and betel chew, I put them on the bamboo table.Used commercially for making cigarettes sigarilyu and cigars balakbak and locally for making tobacco rolls tabāku' nga dubya.tabāku' nga dubyavardubya2na homemade tobacco roll, prepared for smokingMay tabāku' nga dubya, may mama', 'ina' 'ang mama'; ginaputus nga dā'an 'ang būnga kag 'āpug sa būyu' nga dāhun nga pitu da 'ina' ka putus.There was a tobacco roll, there was a betel-nut masticatory; betel nut and lime were already wrapped in betel pepper leaves which are seven wrapped objects.A tobacco leaf tabāku' is divided into two pieces. Half is torn into tiny pieces and rolled into the other half to make a tobacco roll.cfbalakbak

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