Meaning of pangalág



To steal garden-and farm-produce during the night preceding All Souls' Day, the thieves pretending to be souls of the departed. Many ignorant people believe that the souls in purgatory walk abroad at that time to visit their former haunts. Pangalagá lang ang íya mga ságing. Steal his bananas on the eve of All Souls' Day. Pinangalagán níla kagáb-i ang ákon kalubihán. Last night they visited my coco-nut-plantation and stole coco-nuts, etc. (kalág).