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hakwatvSomeone moves someone else or something; someone removes something from a given place.ginhakwat'Adtung 'āmun bayay ginhakwat diri pakari sa malapit.As for that house of ours [it] was moved here going to a nearby [place].hakwataimper vRemove something!Hakwata na, nga nākun, 'ipī'ut na sa 'ayat.[You] should remove [the rice] from the fire, I said, [and] put it into a colander basket brook shrimp scoop.hakwatunHakwatun 'ang bangku' kag 'ibalibag sa luwas; 'imaw 'ina' 'ang nahuhuman nang manga buratsu nga manga tāwu.The chairs will be moved and will be cast outside; those [chairs] are the ones that were really able to be made by those drunk people.makakahakwatvSomeone or something is moved by someone else; something is removed from a particular place.Hay makakahakwat ba 'adtu kay mabug'at?How would [we] really be able to move those [materials] because they are heavy?
hakyupna patch on a piece of cloth, an inner tubevSomeone patches a piece of cloth, an inner tube.naghakyup patched
halainjcome on, let's goHala, hāwid sa kamut ni Raming, kag pumānaw na kamu pakadtu sa 'altar.Come on, hold Raming's hand and leave, going to the altar.
halangdunadjSomeone is beloved.Niyan, hay pamatī'an nātun 'ang 'ātun sikritarya sa 'iya pagpakilāya nang 'ātun halangdun nga bisīta.Now, let's listen to our secretary in her introduction of our beloved visitor.A term of congeniality and respect; used mainly in speeches.
hāli1nsomeone's sibling, i.e., brother, sister; somebody's co-lateral relative'Ang 'iba ku nga hāli yadtu sa Mindūru; sinda 'indi' na gustu nga mag'asāwa 'aku liwat kay nagalābut kunu 'ang batāsan nang naga'asāwa liwat.Some of my siblings were in Mindoro; they did not want me to marry again because, they say, the character of one who gets married a second time changes.'Ang manga malapit nga hāli nang namatay kung nagata'u ning limus hay daku'.As for the close co-lateral relatives of the one who died, when [they] give a money offering it is much.maghāli, maghayālinbrother and sister, brothers, sisters, siblings, co-lateral relatives, consisting of two or more peopleSa tanantanan nāmun nga maghāli, hay sigūru 'aku lang baya 'ang maka'abut nang hayskul.Of all of us siblings, maybe I am the only one who will be able to go to high school.Pasinsya lang gid kamu kay kamu, kadamu'dāmu' kamu maghayāli.Just be patient [in getting married] because as for you, you are very many siblings [and you must wait your turn].paghāli, paghayālina sibling relationship or co-lateral relationship between two or more people'Ang nagakadtu lang 'ina' hay 'ang manga magūyang nang lyāki kag 'ang 'iban pa nga hāli nga sū'ud pa gid 'ang 'inda paghāli.Those who go there [to the house of the girl to be married] are the parents of the boy and some co-lateral relatives whose co-lateral relationship is still very close.Sīgi lang gid 'ang pyupangasāwa ni 'Arnuld sa 'ākun; gina'āhat gid nya nga malayu' na 'ang 'āmun paghayāli.Arnold continued his casual courting of me; he insisted that our co-lateral relationship was already distant.23, Social Relationships
halīgi1vA piece of roundwood is used by someone as a foundation post for a building.halīgi2na foundation post of a house, anchored into the groundBāgu kunu 'i'isturya sa tāwu 'ang 'iya napananamgu nga nagkatangsu' 'ang 'iya ngīpun, ginahutik 'ānay sa halīgi nang bayay kaysa halīgi kunu 'ina' nagatāma', bukun sa tāwu.Before, they say, what was dreamed by someone will be told to anyone-that [all] his teeth happened to come out-[it] should be first whispered to a house foundation post because, they say, this [then] comes true to the foundation post, not to the person [who had the dream].haligihunNagbakay si Tirsu ning napūyu' ka bilug nga kāhuy nga haligihun.Tirsu bought ten pieces of [round]wood which will be used as foundation posts.
halihunna godbrother or godsister; i.e., the son or daughter of one's godparent at the time of baptism or confirmation23, Social Relationships
halimbāwa'advFor example, a particular event occurs or situation exists.Commonly with kung.Halimbāwa', 'ikaw hay tagadiri sa Lūnus kag 'ikaw hay may hāli sa Karmin paday'an 'ikaw ning sūlat nang 'īmu hāli nga gina'imbitar nga ginapakadtu ka kay pyista sa 'inda.For example, you are from here in Lonos and you have co-lateral relatives in Carmen, your relatives will send you a letter inviting you to be allowed to go [there] because it is fiesta time at their place.May tāwu gāni' nga halimbāwa' sya hay nagalanguy tapus kumā'un sya ning pinya nga hinug 'ina' hay sakitan siya ning tiyan.There is a person, for example, who is swimming then he or she eats ripe pineapple, as for that one he/she will have a stomachache.Kung, halimbāwa', 'ang 'isa ka tāwu hay magūyang na nga naga'idad na ning 'utsinta 'anyus 'ina' hay malūya na ka'āyu, kahinangyānun na 'ina' niya 'ang taga'alāga'.If, for example, someone is already old and reaches the age of eighty years, as for him he is now very weak and a caregiver is really needed by that one.cfpananglitnan exampleBatāsan nang sa pagpabāhuy nang manga 'unga', 'ang pagta'u kag 'ang pagpakīta' ning manga ma'āyu nga halimbāwa' labi na gid sa ma'āyu nga pamatāsan.The [proper] attitude when bringing up children, is the giving and showing of a good example of behavior especially in a good character.cfpananglit
halinvSomeone or something comes from, goes away from, or leaves a given person, place or thing; comes out of a given place.May nababati'an si Dyūwil nga hūni nga halin sa 'ibābaw.There was a noise which was able to be clearly heard by Joel coming from above.Di'in ka halin?Where [did] you come from?Gustu nang manga nanay nga sa 'inda lāwas halin 'ang ginasūsu nang 'inda lapsag.Mothers want that that which is sucked by their babies [be that which] comes from their bodies (i.e., breasts).Halin dira' sa bangku'!Go away from that chair!cfgātawgātawgātawgātawgātawginapaluwasguwa'guwa'guwa'guwa'guwa'kūyapkūyapkūyapkūyapluwas luwas luwas luwas makatākasnagakūyappagtamwa'tākastākastākastākastamwa'tamwa'tamwa'tamwa'tamwa'bag'ung halinvnewly arrivedNang 'aku hay bag'ung halin sa Manīla' tuyu ka tū'ig 'akuy 'istar sa Manīla' pīru waya' pa 'akuy 'asāwa.When I [had] newly arrived from Manila I had lived in Manila three years but I did not yet have a wife.ginapahalinvSomeone or something is brought, moved or taken by someone to a particular location.Gustu ku masayūran ni Rubin nga kami ginapahalin na sa Bantu'un.I want it to be known by Ruben that we are being sent away from Bantoon.cfgātawguwa'kūyapluwas tākastamwa'ginghalin'Ang 'ākun bag hay ginghalin ku 'ina' sa Kalipurnya.As for my handbag, it was brought by me to California.ginghalinan'Ang 'iban nga manga dalāga kalayu' 'ang ginghalinan; may sa Hinablan ngāni' kag 'adtu sa 'Āyad.As for some of the ladies, the place from which [they] came was far; there were [some] from Hinablan, and from Alad.halin, paghalingersomeone's or something's coming from, going away from, leaving or starting from a given person, place or thing; someone's or something's coming out of a given place; an event or state beginning from one time period until hasta another time periodHalin sa kung pila ka lību nga klāsi nga tanum nga nagabūyak, nga 'igwa ning niktar.Coming from thousands of kinds of flowering plants there is nectar.May 'isa pa baya 'adtu ka 'ūras nga 'āmun paghalin didtu, natāpus na da 'ang bayli.There was still perhaps one hour from our leaving there [that] the dance was finished.Paligidligīrun 'ang 'itlug halin sa 'agtang pakadtu sa lī'ug, dughan, butkun, likud, kag sa tiyan.The egg is rolled starting from the forehead going to the neck, chest, arms, back, and abdomen.manga sā'ut nga halin sa pirst yir hasta purt yirdances beginning from first year until fourth yearkahalinSi Pitra, 'indi' kahalin sa 'inda bayay kay ginahadlūkan.As for Petra, [she] would not leave their house because [she] was afraid.maghalin1infto come from, to go away from, or leave a given person, place or thing; to come out of a given placeBukun mu ba kami palangga', nang 'īmu manghud, nga gustu mu gid maghalin sa 'āmun?Don't you love us, your younger sibling, that you want to leave us?2vthe place from which someone or something comes or leaves; the place out of which someone comes3May nagpangutana sa 'iya kung di'in maghalin 'ang prinsipi.Someone asked him where the prince came from.makahalinKung 'aku makahalin diri sa bayay, 'ayaw gid 'aku pagtudlu'an sa manga magūyang 'agud hay 'indi' 'aku makīta'.If I am able to leave this place, don't point me out to [our] parents so that I will not be seen.nagahalinWaya' 'ini sinda nagahalin sa 'inda gina'istaran.They do not go away from where they stay.'Ang manga kabatā'an nagapāti nga sa manga magūyang nagahalin 'ang ma'āyu nga disisyun.Young people believe that good ideas come from elders.'Ini nga sīhi' hay nagahalin da sa 'inda buhu'.As for these mollusks, they come out of their holes.naghalin, humalinMahal na Prinsīsa, sa di'in kamu nga lugar naghalin?Revered Princess, where did you come from?Tūna' nang 'aku naghalin, waya' na siyay na'a'asāhan.Since the time I left, she no longer had [anyone] who could really be trusted.Pagkabati' nang 'āmun 'inirgūhan, hay humalin si Sūsan sa 'iya pagkā'un kay nahāngit siya.After hearing our conversation, Susan left her eating (i.e., stopped eating) because she was angry.nakahalinNang nakahalin sina Rūki sa tūbi' nagkinatūyug gid 'ānay sinda.When Roque and companions were able to come out of the water, they just slept and slept.paghalīnunKung 'indi' mu paghalīnun 'ang 'īmu bayay, pirmi lang kamu magamasakit.If your house will not be moved by you [to another place] you will always get sick.pahalincaus vSomeone or something is sent away from a given place.pinahalinNagsaylu kami sa Lūsud kaysa 'Īpil hay pinahalin na kami nang tag'īya, kay ma'ugduk sinda ning marble factory sa marbul.We transferred to Lusod because in Ipil the owner sent us away, because they were going to build a cutting machine for marble.
halintangna ladder rung hagdan; a stairway step hagdan
hālu'nvSomething mixes with something else.'ihālu'vSomething has something else mixed into it by someone.Pwīdi da 'ini nga prītu kundi' man dinug'an kag pwīdi da 'ini nga 'ihālu' sa pansit.It is possible for this to be fried in blood and it is possible that it will be mixed into noodles.ginahālu''Ini 'ang 'itlug nang nītib nga manuk hay ginahālu' sa 'implastu nga buyung.The eggs of local chickens are mixed into medicinal plaster.hālu', pagkahālu'gersomeone's mixing of somethingKung tāpus mu na ning hālu' 'ang sarsa sa lusung, kag ma'āyu da 'ang 'īmu na pagkahālu' 'īmu naman tilawan kung tāma' lang 'ang timpla.If you are already finished mixing the salsa in the mortar, and your mixing is already thorough, taste [to see] if the flavor is right.halū'anGinabayu 'ini nga manga buyung; tapus halū'an ning 'āpug nga ma'isut lang kag putusun sa limpyu nga nu'ug nga kulur puti'.These medicines are pounded; then [the mixture] will have a little lime mixed into [it] and [it] will be wrapped in a clean cloth which is white in color.naghālu'vSomething is mixed into something else by someone.Madāmu' nga manga hambay nang Tagālug 'ang naghālu' sa 'ātun nyan nga tyimpu.[There were] many words of Tagalog people that mixed with ours during this period of time.
halu'anna mudfishOphicephalus striatus
halu'hālu'nan iced fruit mixturevSomeone eats an iced fruit mixture.naghalu'hālu' ate an iced fruit mixturecaus vSomeone lets someone else eat an iced fruit mixture.mapahalu'hālu''Ubligādu gid 'ini si Silya nga mapahalu'hālu' sa 'ākun sa ristawran.Celia is obliged to let me eat an iced fruit mixture in the restaurant.
halublakvSomeone makes hollow-block bricks.halūblaksna hollow block brick'Ang 'āmun bayay hay 'uyānan, silākan, kag ginlūmut na 'ang halūblaks nga dingding.As for our houses they are rained on, shined on, and the hollow block brick walls become mildewed.naghalublakNiyan tungud sa kalū'uy da nang Dyus, kag 'isa pa nakabātun da 'aku nang 'ākun ning būnus, nakabakay 'aku simintu kag naghalublak 'aku.Now with the help of God, and also [because] I received my Christmas bonus, I was able to buy cement and I made hollow-block bricks.
hālusadvAn event or state is about to happen or exist, almost happens or exists.Kadaku' da 'adtung kīta' ninda kay hālus sa tibulan hay punu'.That income of theirs was much because the tables were almost full.Kalipaylīpay kami kay hālus patīyug kami sa banwa nang Bakūlud.We were very happy because we were about to [parade] around the city of Bacolod.Kadamu'dāmu' 'ang linghut; hālus 'indi' ka na kapānaw.The rank vegetation was very extensive; you could hardly walk [there].syn'isutma'isut2cfhāyus'isut'isutmidyu midyu With a negative, an event hardly occurs or a state hardly exists.advPeople or things are almost of a particular quality or quantity.Hālus punu' 'ang pungkū'an, kag 'ang tibulan da hay kadamu'dāmu' da.The seats were almost full, and as for the table area [it] had very many [people].Ma'āyu, nga nākun, 'ini nga pabayli kay hālus tanan nga manga myimbru hay nagapanghukayhūkay.This is a good dance, I said, because almost all of the members are all doing their various tasks.Pag'abut nang 'ākun manga ka'ibahānan, hālus 'ang banwa nang Bakūlud nagtiyugtīyug kami.Upon my companions' arrival, almost the [entire] city of Bacolod [was where] we roamed around.