huwisna judgeKung 'iba 'ang rilihiyun hay sa huwis na ginakasay.If the religion is different [they] are married in the presence of a judge.
huy'abvSomeone yawns.nagapinanghuy'abKung ginabuyung 'ini nang 'albularyu hay tyad 'ini: nagabu'uy siya ning kapisnguy nga luy'a ginahību' sa 'agtang, sa kamut kag sa siki ning pakurus kag 'ang 'albularyu hay nagakutibkutib 'ang 'iya ba'ba' kag nagapinanghuy'ab.When [a soul-inflicted disease] is medically treated by this herbalist it is like this: she gets a piece of ginger, it is rubbed on the forehead, hands and feet as a cross and, as for the herbalist, her mouth murmurs and keeps on yawning.
huya'kahuy'ānanvarkahuya'kinahuy'annembarrassment, shame, reluctanceKung 'ang 'īmu 'unga' hay maghuman ning malā'in, sa 'īmu gid 'ina' nga nanay napapakadtu 'ang kahuy'ānan.If your child acts badly, the shame will surely be transferred to you the mother.Nabangga'an ni Līna 'adtung manga masāka' sa dyip sa 'iya kahuya'.Those climbing into the jeep happened to be bumped by Lina through her embarrassment.nahuya'varmahuy'ānun1adjSomeone is ashamed, bashful, embarrassed, reluctant, shy to do something.Nahuya' is predicate, the one emotionally involved is topic and the cause of the emotion is expressed by a following modifying phrase introduced by an optional nga and followed by an infinitive.Nahuya' lang 'aku nang 'una nga magpangasawa kay Turing 'iya kay kadāmu' 'ang 'ākun karībal sa 'iya.At first I was reluctant to court Toring because I had many rivals for her.'Ang Mangyan nahuya' magkā'un sa 'āmun pinggan.The Mangyan was embarrassed to eat from our plate.Hay 'aku naman nagapangutana gid sa 'iya kung 'anu 'adtu; hay nahuya' da siya magbalībad, nagbalita' na lang siya sa 'ākun.I really asked him what that [medicine] was; he was reluctant to tell a lie, [so] he just told me.2With intensifying adverb masyādu.Waya' da gid 'aku masyādunahuya' kay tyad gida kunu 'ina' 'ang ginamidikal.I wasn't tooembarrassed because they say that's the way it is in having a medical.Si Birtu hay bukun mahuy'ānun nga 'unga'; gāni' gustu siya nang 'iya manga tiyāhun.Berto is not a bashful child; that is the reason why he is liked by his consanguine aunts.
huya'huya'na mahihiyain herbBiophytum sensitivum (Linn.)A sensitive herb with pinnately compounded leaves; leaves close together when touched. Considered a weed.
hūyagvSomeone or something moves.cfnagahūkay kahūyag'Igway nagapananamgu nga 'indi' kahūyag 'ang 'iya lāwas.Someone was dreaming that her body could not move.cfhūkay
huyamvSomeone borrows something.'ipahuyamMakipag'isturya 'ang kumiti sa 'iwag sa tag'īya nang 'alādin kung 'ipahuyam.The light committee chairperson will be able to talk to the owner of the pressure lantern [to see] if it will be allowed to be borrowed.ginghuyaman'Ākun da ginghuyaman gāni' ning dyak, pāra dyakun ku pāra magapantay 'ang kusīna.[Someone] had a jack borrowed [from him] by me so that [the floor] could be jacked up by me so that the kitchen would become level.mahuyamvSomeone has something borrowed from them by someone else.Mahuyam 'ānay 'aku nang 'īmu baril kay mamaril lang 'aku 'ilāhas nga bābuy.Please, I will borrow your gun because I will shoot a wild pig.naghuyamNaghuyam si Turing ning banig kay Birta nga 'iya gingkatuyūgan kagab'i.Toring borrowed Bertha's mat where she slept last night.pahuyama1caus imper vSomeone must or should be allowed by someone else to borrow something.Pahuyama 'ānay 'aku ning kwarta kay ya' 'akuy daya nga kwarta.I should please be allowed to borrow money because I brought no money [with me].2vSomething is allowed by someone to be borrowed by someone else.
huyatvSomeone waits until an event occurs or waits for someone, something.A verb inflected for agent focus is predicate; the one waiting for something is topic and, when expressed, that waited for is a modifying phrase optionally introduced by the modifying ligature nga.ginahuyat'Ining 'ātun manga 'asāwa hay ginahuyat 'ānay nga mag'uyan bāgu magdugdug.As for our husbands, for it to rain is waited for [by them] before putting on a roof.huyatunHuyatun mu si Miltyur nga matuyūgan bāgu ka magpānaw.Melchor should be waited for by you to be able to sleep before you go.maghuyatvSomeone, something or an event is waited for by someone.Bāsi' 'indi' ka maghuyat kung sa 'unu sa 'īmu 'ita'u nang 'īmu magūyang?Why do you not wait until [it] will be given to you by your parents?mahuyatMahuyat lang kami nga makapamakay 'ang manga nigusyanti nang gūlay para kami makalarga.We will wait for the many vegetable merchants to be able to buy so that we will be able to go.nagahuyatPagsuyud 'ina' ninda sa suyud nang 'inda bayay 'igwa 'ina' didtu ning nagahuyat nga magakanta.When they entered their house there were some who were waiting there to sing.naghinūyatNaghinūyat da 'aku hasta mag'āga kay pāra masayūran kung 'anu gid 'ang kasira'an nang makina.I waited and waited until morning in order that I would be able to know about the breakdown of the machine.naghuyatNaghuyat si Lūpu didtu hasta maggab'i.Lopo waited there until it became night.
hūyugvSomething falls down or topples over.cf'itaktaklāraglāraglāraglāraglūkalūkalūkalūkama'ilāragmatapuknalūkapatumbatapuktapuktapuktapuktumbatumbatumbatumbatupa'tupa'tupa'tupa'anginghūyug, hinūyugMapabaylu kami sa tindāhan nga 'adtung ginghūyug sa 'āmun nga primyu.We had those coupons which were dropped to us [from an airplane] exchanged at the store.Kāda 'abut nang nagahatud ning sūlat kay Plurintīna ginapangutana ni Plurintīna kung hinūyug na niya 'ang sūlat pakadtu sa 'iya 'asāwa.Whenever the carrier of letters (i.e., postman) came to Florentina she kept on asking if the letter going to her husband had already beendropped (i.e., mailed) by him.gingpanghūyugKadamu'dāmu' gid 'ang gingpanghūyug na papil; hay nakabu'uy da 'aku.Very many papers were dropped all around [and] I was also able to get some.ma'ihūyugPag ma'ihūyug mu na tanan 'ang magūyang nga niyug manā'ug ka naman ning dahandāhan hasta ka maka'abut sa 'ubus.When all the mature coconuts are able to be dropped by you, then you should go down slowly until you are able to reach the base [of the tree].cflāraglūkataktaktapuktumbatupa'mahūyugvSomething is dropped by someone or something; a net is fed out into the ocean by someone.Sīgi 'ang panglikīta' ku sa 'ibābaw kay bāsi' kung may mahūyug nga nyug.I kept on looking above because there might be a coconut that would fall down.nahūyug1Nahūyug na gali' 'ang 'āmun halūblaks nga dingding didtu sa may dāgat.Our hollow block walling toppled over there where there was sea water.nahūyug2'Aba! Dyis minūtus baya nga 'āmun nahūyug 'ang pūkut, nakīta' nāmun nga haplak na 'ang pūkut.Oh! Maybe it was only ten minutes after the net was able to be fed out by us, we saw that the net was already bulging [because it was full of fish].Nahūyug 'ang 'ākun kwarta didtu sa may tindāhan pagbakay ku ning tināpay.My money was accidentally dropped there at the store in my buying bread.
hūyunvA bird alights on something, in a certain location; a person or animal squats on something, in a particular location.ginahuyūnanSa manga pūnu' nang kāhuy sinda nagahūyun, lālu' na kung may manga būnga 'ang pūnu' nang kāhuy nga 'inda ginahuyūnan.They alight at the base of the trees, especially if there is fruit at the base of the trees where they alight.huyunanna chicken roostNagalumpat 'ang manuk sa huyunan kung nagapamusī'ag na.The chickens jump down from their roosts when it is daybreak.nagahūyunvthe place where birds alight'Ang banug, kung nagahūyun hay sa kadagku' nga manga kāhuy.As for the hawk it alights on big trees.naghūyunNaghūyun 'ang manuk sa huyunan.The chicken alighted on the roost.
huyupna puff or breath of air hānginvSomething as a fire, a musical instrument is blown on by someone.hinuyupBinu'uy ni Lu'is 'ang tarūtut kag hinuyup gid niya ning tūdu.The horn was gotten by Luis and was loudly blown on by him.