hāmakvhāmak, hamākunvImagine!Found only with mu 'you', as an imperative.Hāmak mu da nga kamahay 'ang sigarilyu! Daw kanūgun da nga 'ibinākay mu.Imagine how expensive cigarettes are! It seems as though [your money] will be wasted in being used by you to continually buy [them].Hamākun mu nga nag'inūyan ning tuyu ka 'adlaw; waya' gid nagapāra 'ang 'uyan!Imagine, it rained continuously for three days; the rain did not stop at all!
hambayvSomeone mentions, says or tells something to someone else.cfbalīta' balīta' ginabalita'anginasiling ginpatawag, pinatawagginsalaysaypagsiling, siling pagtinawagan2sabat1sabat1sabat1sabat1salaysaysalaysaysalaysaysilingsilingsilingsilingtawagtawagtawagtawag'ihambayWith affixes 'i-, na'i- or ma'i- focus is on something previously known: an announcement, a message.'Igwa 'aku 'ihambay sa 'indu.There is something that I will announce to you.ginahambay1'Ang 'ākun manga ginahambay hay pūru manga bulabūla.The things which are being said by me are pure untruths.Madāmu' klāsi 'ang ginahambay nang tāwu nga ginapa'āgi lang sa sinyas nang kamut 'u sa hūkay nang lāwas.There are different ways that things are communicated by people in which [the message] is made known just by signs of the hands or movements of the body.ginahambay2'Ining paku'ut nga ginahambay hay ginabutangan 'ini ning pa'un nga manga 'isiw nang manuk.As for this which is calledpaku'ut (i.e., bamboo tube lizard trap), [it] has this bait which [consists of] baby chicks put in it.ginahambayanGinanguyābannang tag'īya 'ang manga 'unga' kag ginahambayan nga 'indi' na pagliwatun.The children are being scolded by the owner and are being told that [it] should not be done again.ginapanghambay'Adtung yadtu na sa tabuk nang dāgat hay lābut na 'ang 'inda manga hambayānun nga ginapanghambay.As for those [people] there on the other side of the ocean, their dialect which is spoken is different.ginhambay, hinambay'Imaw 'inang ginhambay sa 'ākun nang 'ākun 'asāwa.That is what was said to me by my husband.Nangayag 'aku sa hinambay sa 'ākun ni Manang.I was surprised at what was said to me by Older Sister.ginpanghambayNahāngit siya kag kung 'anu 'ang ginpanghambay nga malā'in.She became angry and so many bad things were said.ginghambay, hinambay, hinambayanGinghambay ku si Mamay kung puydi 'aku maka'iskuyla pa sa kulihiyu.Mother was informed by me that if possible I will study in college.Hinambayan niya si Buy, "'Ayaw mag'īsip nga 'ikaw bukun palangga'."Boy was informed by him, "Do not think that you are not cared for."Hinambay ku 'ang nars nga 'ang 'ākun 'unga' hay duha na ka 'adlaw nga nagakina'ūyu.The nurse was informed by me that for two days my child has been having continuous bowel movements.hambay, hambayānuna language, dialect; commonly plural with mangaNaghalin 'ini nga manga hambay sa 'ātun manga magūyang hasta sa nyan nga hinirasyun.This language came from our ancestors until now in this generation.'Ining 'ātun nyan hambay hay may hālu' na nga manga Tagālug nga hambayānun.As for our language now, there is now a mixture with the Tagalog language.Sa Sibūyan hay lābut didtu 'ang 'inda manga hambayānun.In Sibuyan, their dialect there is different.hambay, paghambaygersomeone's saying somethingNangayag gid 'aku paghambay niya hay "Kumusta ka na?"I was really surprised of his saying, "How are you now?"hambayavSomeone or something is called a particular name.Hambaya si Tatay mu pagka'alas 'unsi 'imidya, makara' na kami.Your Father should be told that upon [its] becoming eleven-thirty o'clock we will go.cfbalīta' sabat1salaysaysilingtawaghambayānunnan idiomatic or traditional sayingMay hambayānun nga kung 'anu 'ang 'īmu namat'an sa 'īmu magūyang hay 'imaw na 'ang batāsan nga 'īmu nadadaya hasta 'ikaw magbāhuy.There is a saying that the [things] which are observed by you from your parents, those are the habits which are surely able to be carried by you until you grow up.hambayhambay1na formal agreementGingpirmahan ku 'ang 'inda hambayhambay nga ginghuman.I signed their agreement which was made [by them].cfdiskursu ginka'isahan2ginkasugtānan, gingkasugtānanginkasundu'kasugtānan2kasugtānan2kasugtānan2kasugtānan2kasulatankasulatankasulatankasulatankasundu'2kasundu'2kasundu'2kundisyunkundisyunkundisyunkundisyunkuntrāta matrātutrātutrātutrātuhambayhambay2na formal or informal address delivered to a group of people'Ang prinsipal 'imaw 'ang mata'u ning ma'isut nga hambayhambay, kung sin'u 'ini nga ma'istra 'u ma'istru 'ang namatay.The principal is the one who will give a short address, whoever the male or female teacher is who dies.cfdiskursu humambayAffix -um- is used in positive sentences with either direct or indirect quotes:Humambay 'ini 'ang 'isa nga 'unga' nga "Kari na kamu."One of the children said, "You come here."kahambay'Igwa ning 'unga' nga 'indi' kapānaw kag 'indi' kahambay.There is a child who is not able to walk and not able to talk.ma'ihambay'Imaw lang 'ini 'ang ma'ihambay ku sa 'īmu kay 'imaw 'ina' 'ang 'ākun 'idīya.This is the only thing that is able to be announced by me because that is my plan.maghambay1imper vTalk to someone!Maghambay ka sa 'ākun manga magūyang!Talk to my parents!maghambay2infto talk to someoneKalā'um ku 'indi' ka tīgu maghambay nang 'āmun ginahambay.I thought that you did not know how to speak our language.'Indi' ku masabat kay nahuya' 'aku nga maghambay diri sa sūlat.I cannot answer because I was ashamed to say [anything] here in the letter.mahahambay1vSomeone is informed about, talked to about or told something.'Imaw lang 'ini 'ang 'ākun mahahambay, nga 'ining sa pag'asāwa ning pangaduha hay talagang 'iba.This is the only thing that can truly be said by me, that this getting married a second time is really different.mahahambay21nsomeone's advice to someone elseDiri sa Rumblun waya' kita ning mahahambay nga limpyu gid nga tūbi'.Here in Romblon, we do not have what can trulybe called pure water.Tāma' da 'ang manga hambay nang 'ākun manga 'unga'.The advice of my children is correct.Pakatanda'an mu 'ang manga hambay ku sa 'īmu Lu'īsa.Remember my advice to you, Luisa.cfsilingtawag2na word; usually plural with manga'Ang manga hambay nga nagahalin sa 'iya ba'ba' hay pūru pamuyāyaw.The words which came from her mouth are all bad.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.3nsomeone's manner of speakingLābut na 'ang tūnu nang manga hambay ni Ramun.The tone of Ramon's manner of speaking is already different.mahambay1Kung gustu mu da magbāsa dāpat hay mahambay ka nga, "Puydi ba makahuyam 'aku nang 'īmu libru?"If you want to read, you should say, "May I borrow your book?"mahambay2'Indi' ku da mahambay nga Rumblumānun lang 'ang subra nga ma'inum.[It] will not able to be said by me that only Romblomanon people drink too much.mahambay3Kung mahambay ku 'adtung prisidinti nang 'Aranīta Yunibirsiti, hay hambayun ta 'ikaw.If that president of Araneta University will be able to be talked to by me, you will be informed by me.makahambay'Indi' 'aku makahambay nga matū'ud.I am not able to say if it is true.nagahambayNagahambay 'aku sa 'īmu ning kamatu'ūran.I am telling you the truth.'Imaw 'ina' 'ang gahambay nga sya hay nakilkig sa tināpay.That is the one who says that she was poisoned from the bread.nahahambay'Igwa sinda gihāpun ning nahahambay nga masakit sa 'īmu bu'ut.There were still things which were repeatedly being said by them which hurts your feelings.nahambay1adjan aforementioned person, thing, place'Imaw 'ini 'ang ginggikānan kung bāsi' ginakahadlukan 'ang nahambay nga bayay.This is the reason why the aforementioned house is frightening.2Waya' gid 'aku may nahambay nang 'aku 'ang gintawag.There was nothing that was able tobesaid by me when I was called.Nahambay ku 'ini kay nasayangan ku na gid 'ini nang panahun nang Hapun.This was able to be talked about by me because this was really experienced by me during the time of the Japanese [occupation].Bāsi' nahambay mu 'ina' Ramun?Why was that carelessly said by you Ramon?nakahambayMay 'isa nga dalāga 'ang nakahambay parti kay Lu'īsa.There is a young lady who casually said [something] about Luisa.nakakahambay'Impurtanti didtu 'ang nakakahambay ka ning 'Ingglis.That you were able to consistently speak English was important there.pagkahambay1ti gerafter or upon someone's talking to someone elsePagkahambay ni Pūpuy sa 'iya mama, nanā'ug na siya.After Popoy's talking to his mother, he went downstairs.2vSomething is announced, communicated, said, spoken or talked about to someone by someone else.Hambay is used to introduce both direct and indirect quotations. For direct quotations see also under sabat. Optionally introduced by a determiner.Bahāya' lang kinuybā'an 'ang hāri' sa nabati'an niya nga hambay nang tatlu.Suddenly the king was greatly disturbed about what he heard which was said by the three.'Ang hambay ni Margarīta gustu niya mabu'uy 'ang kāhuy.What was said by Margaritawas that she wants to get the tree.Hambay ku napablātir ku na 'ina' sa munisipyu.[It] was said by me that [the matter of my missing the boat] was caused by me to be filed in the municipal office.
hambugvarkahambugnSomeone has arrogance.May hambug gida; tumindug kag sulūngan 'adtung tāwu nga nag'āgi.[He] really has arrogance; [he] stood up and that man who passed by was boxed [by him].Si Saryu hay nagayagang sa kahambug.As for Sario, [he] swaggers with arrogance.mahambugadjSomeone is arrogant.Mahambug na kung bayung, 'indi' na nya matanda'an kung 'anu 'ang 'iya ginhuman nang gab'i nga sya naga'inum.[He] is arrogant when drunk; he can no longer remember what he did the night during which he was drinking liquor.
hampigadjAn activity occurs or a state exists near a particular location or person.Hay bayli kami 'ina' niyan hampig didtu sa may 'iskwilahan kay yadtu 'adtu didtu nagapabayli.We danced near there where there was a school because it was there that there was a dance.'Ang buybuy nya hampig sa lī'ug hay kulur puti' nga pintukpintukan.The body feathers near the neck [of the giant heron] is the color white with some blotches.cfbanda1kalāpit
hamungānayna stem banana fruit; i.e., fruit closest to the stem of a banana plant
hamusvCome! Someone must or should come or go someplace!Pinalapitan gid 'aku 'ina' kag "Hamus!," kunu. "Mamasyar!"I was approached by those [friends] and, "Come!," they said. "Let's go visiting!"
hanāgub nanlate eveningNang nag'abut si Tāta Banuy hay hanāgub na kay nag'āgi pa siya sa bayay nang 'iya 'amīgu.When Uncle Banuy arrived it was late evening because he dropped by at the house of his friend [first].nmidyu hanāgub nanmid-late evening, around 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.Diritsu sinda pabayay kay midyu hanāgub na.They went directly home because it was mid-late evening.
handa'vSomeone is prepared or ready to do something; something is ready to be used for a particular purpose.Lūlu 'Uhin, tunā'i na 'ang 'īmu 'isturya, kay handa' na kami sa pagpamāti'.Grandfather Ohin, begin your story now, because we are now ready to listen.syn'alistu 'alistuhuncf'alistu pagpripararginahanda'Kung ginapasugahan ka 'adtu hay sari'sāri' gid nga pagkā'un 'ang ginahanda'.If you have a wedding announcement feast held for [you], the foods which are prepared are of different kinds.'Īmu na 'ini 'ihanda' 'ang 'īmu sabat sa banig.Your dyed buri strips for the mat will now be prepared by you.syn'alistu cfpripararginghanda'Hay pag'abut ku diri ginghanda' ku 'ang gasulīna, kag 'ang bugsay kag 'adtung litrātu nga 'ākun 'ipakīta' nga pinaka'ibidinsya.Upon my arriving here, the gasoline, paddle and the picture which was going to be shown by me as evidence was prepared by me.handā'anna partyMapasāyud ka na nang 'īmu manga hāli kung 'igwa ning handā'an sa 'īmu bayay.You will inform your co-lateral relatives if there is a party at your house.mahanda'vSomeone or something is prepared by someone for a particular event.Diri lang kamu kay mahanda' pa 'aku ning 'indu miryinda.Just [stay] here because I will prepare something for your snack.nakahanda'vSomeone prepares something for a particular event.Ginabantayan gid ma'āyu 'ang tapāhan kag 'igway nakahanda' nga tūbi' sa baldi.The smoking rack is being watched very carefully and there is water that is ready in a pail [to put out a fire].syn'alistu
handumvSomeone remembers or thinks about something.handumānanna remembrance or souvenirnagahandum'Ang hambay ku kay Pilar hay 'ābir kasan'u waya' gid 'aku nagahandum nga magka'igwa 'ina' nga manga butang kay daw 'indi' ku kāya.What I said to Pilar was, I did not at any time think about there being belongings because it is as if I cannot cope [with them].