autvarmautnNotched pole ladder (used to go up into a house).Wen lomi aut nmò mà eginu.Father made a new pole ladder (for our house) earlier today.There is a certain ritual called hlibut aut 'circling the pole ladder' that is always done before taking a newborn to visit another house. On the day the umbilical cord drops off, the newborn is given his/her second bath. Then the mother carries him/her down out of the house and, with the baby in her arms, walks all around the pole ladder, stooping to go underneath it. This is done so that the soul of the newborn will always be able to find its way back to this pole ladder, and, as an adult, no matter where the individual goes in the world, he/she will always come back to the pole ladder of his/her parents' home.Appendix 11 Parts of a traditional housevTo climb a notched pole ladder (to go up into a building) or to descend vertically.g-, h-, k-, m-, n-.Nautem dé yem henyuhu te bnalay.Climb the notched pole ladder to get what I put away in the rafters.cfsdaut 1slikan 1

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