Steinert App Dictionaries/Verbinator/'dogs
Present: 'dogs KYT, KYN, TD, CD, LZ, ND, DK, DS, TC.
Past: btags KYT, KYN, TD, CD, LZ, ND, DK, DS, TC.
Future: gdags KYT, KYN, TD, CD, LZ, ND, DK, DS, TC.
Imperative: thog (Zeisler 2004: 349).thogs KYT, KYN, TD, CD, LZ, ND, DK, DS, TC.
Voluntary: KYT, KYN, TD, CD, ND, DS, TC, (Hoshi 2003).
Transitive: DS, TC.
Syntax: [Erg. Abs.] (Hackett 2003).
Characteristic Example: ming sogs TD. ming dang snyan shal sogs LZ. dam dang min phan sogs ND.
Meaning: To bind, fasten, attach, to tie round CD. To name, to put on, to wear ornaments, to hang, suspend from, to make a false accusation DK. 1. To tie, link (rope &c.). 2. To name something. 3. To speak about nothing (a fault, mistake &c.). 4. To establish benefit DS. To tie, bind TC.
Note:(Haarh 1969: 313) refers the noun bdag 'owner, self' to the past stem of this verb, he also connects this verb with the archaic terms dog , rdog , and bdog.