"Now, my friend, we are going to tell our names." "Yes," said each one, and they told their names. "I am Aponibolinayen of Kaodanan who has no brother, and Ginambo of Gonigonan came to fight against me and the month in which we agreed to fight has come, so I go meet her."

Aponibolinayen said, "You old enemy take this betel-nut," and she cut it in two and gave it to them. "How are we sure Ginambo of Gonigonan that only our names will not go back, we are afraid." Ginambo said, "Do not be afraid, but hurry to be brave." "Ala, now do what you can," shouted Aponibolinayen who stood on a high rock.

The enemies of Aponibolinayen, thinking her without the protection of a brother, go to fight her. She glances off their spears with her elbows. Her weapons kill all but Ginambo, who agrees to continue fight in one month. Aponigawani has a similar experience with her enemies. A month later the two women meet as they go to continue the fight against their foes.

The enemies of Aponibolinayen, thinking her without the protection of a brother, go to fight her. She glances off their spears with her elbows. Her weapons kill all but Ginambo, who agrees to continue fight in one month. Aponigawani has a similar experience with her enemies. A month later the two women meet as they go to continue the fight against their foes.

So Dangdangáyan went in front of them, and he scooped them up with his headaxe and put them inside of his belt. After that the two men fought against the enemies. "Please leave someone to bear children," said Ginambo of Gonigonan. "If that is what you ask we will kill you last," they said and she begged mercy.

"I am going to Gonigonan, because the month which I agreed upon with Ginambo of Gonigonan has come," said Aponibolinayen. "Ala, let us chew betel-nut." "Yes, if that is what you say, we will chew betel-nut," said Aponigawani. After that they exchanged quids.

"Yes, but next month I will come to your town Gonigonan to fight," said Aponibolinayen. Ginambo went home alone to her town. "Why are you alone?" asked the people who lived in the same town when she arrived. "What can we do, all my companions who went to fight are lost, because they did not throw their spears at Aponibolinayen."

She looked down and truly the enemies looked like many locusts about the spring. "Ala," said Ginambo of Gonigonan, "You people who live with me, you are anxious to carry away this woman whom we do not like." "Yes," they answered, "but only our names will go back to the towns we came from," i.e. they expected to be killed. Ginambo answered, "No, we are anxious to capture her without fail."

Not long after they arrived at Gonigonan. "Now, Ginambo of Gonigonan I am here because the month which we agreed has come." "You people who live in the same town with me prepare, because the woman who always stays in the house in Kaodanan has come to fight against us," said Ginambo. "Yes, Ginambo, we will fight against her.

After that they went to them, and the people whom they killed were so many that the pig troughs floated in their blood. So they went to them. When the women saw them they said, "How terrible are those two rich men who have power." After that, "Oh, ladies how were you born," they said. "Why are you here you ask? Ginambo came to fight against us, that is why we are here in the town of Gonigonan."