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hapya'vSomething lays flat.naghapya' laid flatpahapya'caus vSomething is allowed by someone to lay flat.pahapya'un'Ang pagbuyad, hay 'īmu 'ini pahapya'un ma'āyu nga waya' nagasyawārang.In sun-drying [buri fronds], they should be allowed by you to carefully lay flat so [they] do not become scattered.
harānavSomeone goes serenading.magharānainfto go serenadingNagpinabati'bati' sina Lītu kay Rīki nga gustu ninda magharāna.Lito and others kept on allowing Ricky to overhear that they wanted to go serenading.
hārangvSomeone or something is intercepted by someone else to prevent their or its reaching the intended destination.ginahārangvSomeone prevents the approval or accomplishment of a particular action or plan.Waya' nakakasāyud 'ang 'asāwa ni 'Inrīku nga 'ang 'iya sūlat ginahārang nang nanay ni 'Inrīku.Enrico's wife did not know at all that her letters were being intercepted by Enrico's mother.
hāri'hāri', hari'ānunna kingMay 'isa naman nga hari'ānun nga si Dun Pakasyu; nagapani'id sa manga nagakatābu' sa palasyu ni 'Inrīku.There was another king who was Don Pakasyo; [he] was watching the various happenings at the palace of Don Enrico.kahari'an, ginharī'anna kingdom; a territory ruled by a king hāri'Bīlang bāyus kay Huwan, naghambay 'ang prinsīsa nga mapapakadtu kunu sa 'iya 'ang bilug nga ginharī'an.As a reward to John, the princess said that the whole kingdom would surely be able to be given to him.Si Prinsīsa Plurintīna, siya na 'ang nagapamūnu' sa 'inda kahari'an nga pinasubli' nang 'iya tatay.Princess Florentina was the one who was leading their kingdom which she inherited from her father.
harsyavarharsiyana rope or wire guyline of a boatGuylines are attached at one end near the top of a vertical pole with the other end outward from the pole attached at the base. A boat mast is stabilized by anchoring the guylines to the outrigger cross members tarik.
hartbitnsomeone's heartbeatNang naka'ūba na 'aku nang 'ākun tīsirt kag bra ginbuy'an 'aku hartbit nang duktur.After I removed my short-sleeved undershirt and brassiere, I had [my] heartbeat taken by the doctor.
haru'vSomeone kisses someone else or something.hinaru'anBinātun nang prinsipi kag nagpasalāmat sa prinsīsa nga hāwid niya 'ang kamut nang prinsīsa. Hinaru'an niya kag lumuhud sa 'atubāngan nang prinsīsa.The prince accepted [the food] and gave thanks to the princess while he held the hands of the princess. [She] was kissed by him and [he] knelt in front of the princess.hinarū'anagf recip vTwo people kiss each other.nagahinarū'anBāsi' 'igwa 'adtuy balīta' na kami kunu hay nagahinarū'an na? Pīru waya' da kami 'adtu ginahīmu'.Why is there gossip that we are already kissing each other? But we do not do that.nagharu'vSomeone or something is kissed by someone else.'Inabrihan 'ang 'iya kabā'ung kag 'ang 'iya manga magūyang hay nagharu' sa 'iya kamut.His coffin was opened and his parents kissed his hand.
hastasubord conjAn event happens or a state exists until another event happens or another state exists.Hasta is commonly followed by nga and an infinitive.Ginpabati'bati' si Nansi ning manga malā'in nga manga hambayānun hasta nga mag'īnit 'ang 'iya 'ūyu.Someone let Nancy overhear those bad words until her head became hot (i.e., she became angry).'Ipadāyun nāmun 'ang trabāhu hasta nga matāpus.We will let the work be continued until [it] is finished.Waya' matuyūgi si Pirla hasta mag'āga.Perla was not able to sleep until it became morning. (There is no implication that she slept when morning came.)syntubtub cfhābanghābangkung kasan'ukung kasan'ukung kasan'ukung san'ukung san'umintras mintras mintras pati' sa1 sa1 samantāla'samantāla'samantāla'tubtub tubtub tubtub 'ūras 'ūras With a negative, a period of time is identified within which an event does not occur or a state exist. There is no implication that the event occurred or the state existed at the end of that time period.vAn event happens linearly in space until a particular place is reached.Nang 'adtung būlan baya 'adtu nang Pibrīru, 'ini 'ang manga madri hay nagpangbayaybayay diri sa 'ilāya nang Lūnus hasta dira' sa 'ilāwud.About that month of February, those nuns went house to house here in the interior of Lunos until [arriving] there at the beach.syntubtub cfkung kasan'ukung san'umintras prepPeople or things, including others of the same kind, are involved in an event.'Ini 'ang nītib nga manuk, kung naga'abut 'ang pisti nang manuk, tanan nga 'alāga' mu nga manuk 'ūbus gid 'ina' ning kamātay, hasta 'isiw.These local chickens, when fowl pox comes, all your cared-for chickens will be consumed by dying, including young chicks.cfpāti
hatudvSomeone accompanies, brings or takes someone else or something to a particular place.'ihatudKung gustu mu, buwas sa 'āga hay 'ihatud ku 'ikaw sa 'imu manga lūlu kag lūla.If you like, tomorrow morning you will be taken by me to your grandfather and grandmother.ginghatud, hinatudGinghatud na 'aku 'ina' ni Simun pakadtu sa Sampāluk kay makadtu 'aku kay Birta.I was taken by that Simon going to Sampaloc because I was going to Bertha.Pag'āgi nang dyip nga katapūsan nga byāhi, 'igwa karga nga sāging; pinasakay si Milba; hinatud siya nang 'iya 'amīga pakadtu sa Pinamalayan.When the jeepney's last trip passed by it had a load of bananas; Melba was caused to ride; she was taken by her friends going to Pinamalayan.gingpanghatudGingpanghatud na 'inang manga dalāga; 'ang 'iban nga manga dalāga kalayu' 'ang ginghalinan.Those young ladies were all taken [home]; some of the young ladies came from far away.nagahatudvSomeone or something is brought or taken by someone to a particular place.Kāda 'abut nang nagahatud ning sūlat kay Plurintīna ginapangutana ni Plurintīna kung hinūyug na niya 'ang sūlat pakadtu sa 'iya 'asāwa.Whenever the one who was bringing letters to Florentina arrived, Florentina kept on asking if the letters had already been mailed by him going to her husband.naghatudNang kami nagbālik na 'alas singku; nagkā'un na kami 'ina' kay yāra' na 'ang naghatud nang 'āmun 'ihāpun.When we had already gone back it was five o'clock; then we ate because the one who brought our supper was there.nagpahatudPagkabati' nāmun 'adtu nga ma'āyu na gāni' diri, nagpahatud naman kami diri sa 'āmun hāli.When we heard that it was already good here, we allowed [ourselves] to be brought here to our co-lateral relatives.pahatudcaus vSomeone allows someone else or themselves to be brought or taken to a given location.tagahatud sūlatna postman'Ang katūsu nang nanay ni 'Inrīku hinārang niya 'ang sūlat nga halin kay Plurintīna kay kinuntak niya 'ang tagahatud sūlat nga 'i'āgi sa 'iya 'ang tanan nga sūlat ni Plurintīna.As for the trickery of Enrico's mother, the letter which came from Florentina was intercepted by her because the postman was contacted by her so that all the letters of Florentina would be brought to her.
hāwaknthe waist of a garment or personKung nagasakit naman 'ang 'īmu hāwak, 'ang hambay ninda kidni.When your waist aches, they say it is a kidney.Kung nagalānaw ning liswi hay 'ang dāgat hay yāra' sa tagatūhud 'u sa tagahāwak.When [one] searches down for liswi mollusks the sea extends there to the knees or extends to the waist.
hāwanvSomeone clears an area of debris; unwanted dried leaves, branches, etc., from a tree.ginhawānanvSomeone's vision becomes clear following temporary blurred vision.Ginhawānan ni 'Agut 'ang mangga kay mabutang na ning kuryinti.The mango tree was cleared [of branches] by Agot because [someone] will put an electric wire [through the area].mahāwanadjSomeone's mind is clear; i.e., devoid of problems.Mahāwan na 'ang huna'hūna' ni Pasīta kay naglāyas na 'ang 'iya 'unga' nga buratsu.The mind of Pacita is already clear because her son who is a drunkard already went away.naghāwan1vAn area, a tree is cleared of debris by someone.Si Dyunisyu 'ang naghāwan nang kanyūgan.Dionisio was the one who cleared the coconut grove.naghāwan2Naghāwan na 'ang pagsiru' ni Lūla kay nabu'uy na 'ang 'iya līpung.The vision of Grandmother became clear because her dizziness was gone.
hāwidvSomeone holds or holds onto something with one or both hands.cfsaganganginhawīranvSomeone cares for something, as a business, someone's affairs, a machine.naghāwid cared for somethingGinhawīran ni Nanay 'ang 'iya 'apu nga 'indi' magkadtu sa baylīhan.Her grandchild was restrained by Mother so that she would not go to the dance.cfsagang hāwid, paghāwidimper vHold something! Hold onto something!Hala, hāwid sa kamut ni Raming, kag pumānaw na kamu pakadtu sa 'altar!Come on, hold Raming's hand and leave, going to the altar!'Ayaw paghāwid sa mabuling nga bāgay!Do not hold dirty things!hawīranHawīran mu sa punta kag birahun mu 'ang 'isa nga punta, pag'āgi sa gilit.[The buri leaf] should be held by you at [one] end and the other end should be pulled, passing by [either side of] the razor blade.humāwid, naghāwidNang matāpus siya hambayun nang 'iya tatay, humāwid si Dilya sa kamut ni 'Arnuld, kag pumānaw na sinda pakadtu sa 'altar.When it was finished that she was talked to by her father, Delia held Arnold's hand and they walked going to the altar.maghāwidinfto keep or to set aside something'Ikaw gali' 'ang nakaka'intindi; 'ikaw 'ina' 'ang maghāwid tanan nga papīlis.You are the one who is able to clearly understand [the water project agreement]; you are the one to keep all the papers.mahawīranPag mahawīran mu 'ang bunut nga matayum nagapaksi' gid 'ang pānit nang 'īmu pāyad.When the husk which is abrasive will happen to be held by you, the skin of your palm will come off.nagahāwid'Ang 'isa nagahāwid sa 'unahan ning pīsi'.The one in front was holding a rope.paghāwid11gersomeone's holding or holding onto somethingDāpat 'ang 'imu paghāwid sa bāsu hay ma'āyu pāra 'indi' mahūyug.It should be that your holding of the glass is secure so that it will not be dropped.2vSomething is held or held onto by someone with one or both hands.paghāwid21gersomeone's caring for a business, dealing with people, a machineNamag'u si Linda sa paghāwid ning kumpyūtir.Linda was unaccustomed in caring for a computer.2vSomeone keeps or sets aside something.paghāwid3imper vKeep or set aside something!Paghāwid ning sūya' para sa 'ātun 'ihāpun!Set aside the side dish for our supper!paghawīran1imper vSomething should be held or held onto by someone!Paghawīran mu 'ang kamut nang tāwu nga may sakit 'ini hay kalamig!The hands of a person should be held by you whose sickness is that [the hands] are cold!paghawīran2loc ti gerafter or upon something, as a business, dealing with people, a machine being cared for by someonePaghawīran ni Mistir Rīyis 'ang nigusyu ni Sandra sigurādu nga maga'asinsu.When Sandra's merchandising is cared for by Mr. Reyes, it will surely succeed.paghinawīran1gersomething's being continually held or being continually held onto by someone'Ang pitik nang pulsu, kung 'ikaw hay gina'amulītan hay lapus, paghinawīran mu sa 'ibābaw nagalusut naman dira' sa 'idāyum.As for the pulse beat, if you are being harmed by a bad spirit, [its] being continually held by you on the upper part will pass through to the lower part.2vSomeone or something is restrained from doing something by someone else.
hawlana birdcage
hay2ligIndicates a preposed topic, untranslated in English.'Ang kilāya gid nga ma'āyu nga maghuman ning lāwas nang traysikul, hay si Saryu.As for the one who is very well known to be good in making bodies of motorized pedicabs, [he] is Sario.Magsalirangdang 'ānay kag dingdingan kāda kīlid pāra 'ang 'asu hay pa'ibabaw 'ang salīda.First weave coconut-frond shingles and wall both sides so that, as for the smoke, its movement will go up.'Ini 'ang say'ut nga sīhi', hay kanāmit nga kinīlaw 'ang 'iya ning 'unud.As for this fluted giant clam mollusk, its meat is delicious eaten raw.'Ang dugus hay lābut 'ang sabur kaysa tam'is nang 'asūkar.As for honey, [its] taste is different from the sweetness of sugar.A topic commonly follows the predicate. A preposed topic adds emphasis to the topic, translated "As for..."; A preposed topic is emphasized, but some aspect of it or one of its parts is also topic following the predicate.
hay3mkFollows the adjective dāpat introducing a main clause.Dāpat gāni' hay ka'ibāhan 'ang 'asāwa kung gapatan'aw ka sa duktur.It is desirable that your spouse is your companion if you will let yourself be examined by a doctor.mkOptionally follows the subordinate conjunction 'agud or kay 'agud introducing a dependent clause.Ma'āyu gāni' kung dāmu' kita kay 'agud hay dāmu' nga manga 'impurmasyun 'ang mabubu'uy nang 'ining nagapangutana sa 'āmun.It is surely good if there are many of us so that much information will be able to be frequently gotten by this one who is inquiring from us.
hay1ti advWhen it is a designated time, something occurs or a particular state exists.Hay pagka'āga Duminggu na nang 'āga, nagkadtu kami sa simbāhan.When it was already morning on Sunday morning, we went to church.mkJoins an adverb or adverbial phrase to a following sentence, untranslated in English.Nang primīru 'aku nga nag'alāga' ning bābuy, hay waya' pa da 'aku ning 'ikspiryinsya.When I first raised pigs, I had no experience yet.Maghalin diri sa 'Ilawran hanggan dira' sa banwa, hay dūsi 'imidya kilumitru 'ang lāyu'.From here in Ilauran going to town, the distance is twelve and one half kilometers.Mas manāmit pa ngāni' 'ang manga gūlay kisa sa 'isda', kaysa 'āmun hay pirmi na lang da kami gasuya' 'isda'.Vegetables are more delicious than fish, because at our place we always only serve a fish side dish.mkAn optional constituent; introduces a main clause following a subordinate clause introduced by a subordinate conjunction.Follows a subordinate clause introduced by bag'u.Nang 'ūna nga panahun, bāgu mag'asāwa 'ang 'isa nga babāyi, hay 'ang 'iban nga natatabu' hay 'ang magūyang ninda 'ang nagadisisyun.In the past, before a woman married, in some instances the parents were the ones who made the decision.mkFollows a subordinate clause introduced by kung.Kung kabilūgan, hay kahāyag kung gab'i.When [it is] full moon, it is bright during nighttime.Kung pananglit hay pukānun 'ang kāhuy hay maga'īsut 'ang tūbi' kay maga'uga.If, for example, trees will be cut down, the water will become scarce because [it] will become dry.mkFollows a subordinate clause introduced by nang or nang 'aring.Nang makīta' niya si Magbayūtu, hay 'iya ginsinggitan.When Magbayoto was seen by her, [he] was called by her.Nang 'aring bag'u pa lang nākun siya nga nakīta', hay nagahuya'hūya'.When she was first seen by me, she was a little bit shy.
hāyagvSomething that gives light'iwāgunhumāyag'Ang manga kalāpit hay nang humāyag 'adtu 'ang sa may tungud nāmun.As for the neighbors the [place] which is beside us was lit up by'iwag kahāyagvarkihāyag, mahāyagadjSomething is bright with light.Kung kabilūgan, hay kahāyag kung gab'i.When [the moon] is full, it is bright during nighttime.naghāyagNaghāyag 'ang 'iwag.The artificial lights shone.nagpanghayaghāyagvSomeone, something, a place is lit up by someone with an artificial light.'Aba! Pagkanta, hay nagpanghayaghāyag 'ang manga 'iwag.Oh! When [we] sang, the lights were all extensively shining.
hayakhakvSomeone laughs loudly, guffaws.naghayakhak laughed loudly, guffawedcfhīyumhīyumhīyumkutu'kūtu'kutu'kūtu'nagakutu'kūtu'ngilitngilitngitlan
hayanghagadjA weaving is loose or slack; two or more teeth are loosely spaced.'Ina' hay ginalāya da; 'igwa ning buhusbuhus kag hayanghag 'ang paglāya.Those [colander brook shrimp scoops] are woven; there are many [small] holes and the weaving is loose.anthugut hugutuncfhayuga'naghayuga'