abanikoabaníkoSpn hand fan. This refers to the familiar folding fan made from wood or plastic sticks tied together at one end and partially covered with paper so that the free ends of the sticks can open out held together by the paper. When spread open it is used to produce a breeze intended to cool the person fanningAn iya abaniko matahom.Her fan is beautiful.Fans are also used to fan the embers of a fire into flame. Today fans are found in many varieties but are usually electric powered propellers which produce the breezesynpaypay hand fankabkab hand fanmag-abaníkov [c7] MAG- ag; -AN loc; I- inst/ben. Fan with somethingNagaabaniko siya san notbok.She is-fanning with-a notebook.