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hayapadjSomeone is partially blind.
hayasvSomeone clears out cluttered growth, debris from an area, the top of a coconut palm.cfduyuk, pagduyukginahayasanMa'āyu 'adtu 'ang 'āmun tātay; ga'una'una sa 'āmun kag ginahayasan niya 'ang 'āmun gina'agīhan.That father of ours was good; he went ahead of us and [the cluttered growth] where we were passing through was being cleared out by him.hinayasanna pile of cleared growth, stacked in the process of clearing an areaNagahayas, pasuksuka 'aku sa 'indu hinayasan.[You who] are clearing out [cluttered growth], I should be allowed to go underneath your cleared growth.nagahayasvCluttered growth, debris from an area, the top of a coconut palm is cleared out by someone.Tinudlu' nang nagahayas. "Yāra' sa 'idāyum nang 'ākun ginahayasan si Rumīyu."[He] was pointed out by the one who was clearing out [the cluttered growth]. " Romeo is there under [the shrubbery] that I was clearing out."paghayasgersomeone's clearing out cluttered growth, debris from an area, the top of a coconut palmNagahayas naman 'ang 'āmun nanay sa kanyūgan; kinsi sintimus da 'ina' 'ang 'iya 'adlaw sa paghayas.Our mother cleared out [bushes and small trees] in the coconut grove; fifteen centavos [was] her one day [wage] for clearing out [those bushes and small trees].cfduyuk
hayatadjAn object is loosely woven.vAn object becomes loosely woven.naghayat became loosely woven
haybladnhigh blood pressureNang 'ūna 'igwa 'aku ning hayblad; hay syintu 'utsinta 'ang dugu' ku.In the past, I had high blood pressure and my blood [pressure] was one hundred eighty.
hayhayvSomeone hangs something, as clothes on a clothesline.mahayhay will hang on a clotheslinevhayhāyanna clothesline
hayuva hayu lizard, about 70 cm. long, brown with a yellow abdomen. Lives in a burrow būhu' and eats baby chicks.Kahuga' nga buy'un 'ang hayu kay yadtu sa 'inda būhu'.It is difficult to get lizards because they are there in their burrow.
hayuga'vSomething wound tightly becomes loose.cfhayanghagnaghayuga'Naghayuga' 'ang 'iya hagkus; nagdugu' 'ang 'iya pūsud.The abdominal binder [of the infant] became loose; her umbilical cord bled.cfhayanghag
hāyupnan animalPamāti' kamu kung 'anu nga hāyup 'ang 'ūna nindu nga mabati'an nga maghūni kung Bag'ung tū'ig, hambay ni Lūla.You listen for which animal is the first one that will be heard by you to call when it is New Year's day, said Grandmother.n'alīla' nga hāyupna domestic animal, including fowlkahayūpanna group or kind of animalKadāmu' 'ang kahayūpan nang 'ākun tatay.My father has many kinds of animals.
hāyusadvalmost the extent of that stated'Ang 'Iglisya ni Kristu kunu hay hāyus kāda 'adlaw hay nagasamba.As for Iglesia ni Cristo [followers], they say, almost every day there are those who worship.cfhālus 'isutma'isut2midyu midyu
hību'vA particular lotion, medicine, ointment is rubbed on a part of the body by someone.cf'ibanyus'ihību''Ihību' didtu sa parti nang lāwas nga nagahubag 'u may gūyus.This [herbal medicine] should be rubbed on the part of the body which has become swollen or which has suppurating sores.cfbanyusginahību'Kung 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.
higda'gersomeone's lying down or sleepingDūgay na 'aku ning higda' kagab'i pīru waya' 'aku matutuyūgi.I had already spent a long time lying down last night but I was still unable to sleep at all.Nagapāti sinda nga sa pagbāhuy nang lapsag hay 'ang hīlig ninda nga gamītun 'ang manga gāmit nga ginbutang sa 'inda primīru nga higda' sa banig nang siya bag'ung tāwu.They believe that when the baby is growing up, the things they enjoy are the things which were put on their first [place of] lying down on the mat when he was a newborn baby.vSomeone lies down or sleeps somewhere.ginahigda'anHinadlūkan 'aku kay didtu sa kwartu nga ginahigda'an nāmun, 'ang halīgi nagkayaw na kag wasak na.I was frightened because there at the room where we were sleeping the foundation post had already raised up and was already destroyed.higdā'anna sleeping placeWaya' kami tūyug kay waya' kami higdā'an kay waya' ning tihīras nga bakanti.We had no sleep because we had no sleeping place because there were no vacant cots [on the ship].maghigda'infto lie down, to sleepHambay ku hay, "Gustu mu na ba maghigda'?" "Hū'u" kunu.I said, "Do you want to lie down?" "Yes," she said.mahigda'Didtu 'aku mahigda' kana Silya niyan sa gab'i.I will sleep there at [the house of] Celia and family tonight.manghigdā'animper vSleep away from home!Manghigdā'an ka kay kung magab'īhan 'aku sa baylīhan!You sleep away from home because I might be overtaken by night at the dance!naghigda'Didtu na lang 'aku naghigda' sa sayug nang bapur.I just lay down there on the floor of the ship.nagpanghigdā'an1Ginsūgat kami ni Karla; nagpanghigdā'an kami ning 'isa ka gab'i sa Bakhāwan.We were fetched by Carla; we slept away from home one night at Bakhawan.nagpanghigdā'an2Nagpanghigdā'an si Dayna kay waya' siya ning ka'ibāhan sa 'inda bayay.Dinah slept away from home because she had no companion at their house.pahigda'vSomeone is laid down or is allowed to lie down or is allowed to sleep by someone else.panghigdā'anvSomeone sleeps away from home.pinahigda'1infto lay someone down, to let someone lie down or to let someone sleepDinaya ku siya sa dilibiri rum, pinahigda' ku na 'ina' siya didtu.She was taken by me to the delivery room; that one was then allowed by me to lie down there.Hambay sa 'ākun nang 'adtung nars, patakilīra lang kunu kung magpahigda' sa 'unga' kay nagasūka.That nurse told me, to lay the child down on [his] side because [he] was vomiting.2vthe place where someone lies down or sleeps
higku'na contaminating substance, grimenkahigku', mahigku'adjSomething is contaminated, dirty.'Ang luwas nang bāsu hay kahigku'.The outside [surface] of the glass is dirty.'Ang tūbi' nga 'īmu ginasāyud nga ginabutang sa banga' hay mahigku' na.The water which you are catching, which is being put in the drinking water jar is already contaminated.cftapun
higpitadjSomeone is harsh, severe, strict in dealing with someone else.higpītanHigpītan na gid nang manga sundālu, kay 'ābir kunu di'in makīta' 'ang manga tāwu hay patyun.[People] will be dealt with very severely by the soldiers because wherever they happen to see people they will kill [them].kahigpithigpit1int adjSomeone is very harsh, very severe, very strict in dealing with someone else.Kahigpithigpit na gid kunu 'ang manga sundālu daw.The soldiers, they say, were already very harsh.2vSomeone is dealt with harshly, severely, strictly by someone else.
higugma'vSomeone loves or makes love to someone else.Higugma' is used to express the affectionate or sexual love of a man for a woman, parental love for a child.ginahigugma''Inatūbang ni Dun 'Inrīku nga dā'an si Plurintīna kag hinambay niya nga, "Ginahigugma' ku gid 'ikaw."Florentina was talked to face to face by Don Enrico and it was immediately said by him, "You are really loved by me."higugma'un'Ang hambay nang prinsīsa, "'U dyus ku! Tatay ku pa; 'aku pa 'ang higugma'un niya!"The princess said, "Oh my god! My father; I will be made love to by him!"hinigugma'nsomeone's loverNagasiru' si Dun 'Inrīku sa kalayu' nga nagapanambītun, "Plurintīna, Plurintīna, nga 'ākun hinigugma'!"Don Enrico looked far off saying "Florentina, Florentina, my lover!"magahigugma', mahigugma'vSomeone is loved or is made love to by someone else.Manga 'anghil sa lāngit, bulīgi 'aku kay tatay ku pa 'ang magahigugma' sa 'ākun.Angels in heaven, I must be helped, because my father is the one who will make love to me.paghigugma'nthe love of one person for another'Ang ginapangayu' sa 'īmu hay 'ang paghigugma' mu sa 'iya.What was asked was your love for him.
hīgupvSomeone sips a liquid, as soup, from a bowl or plate, hot coffee from a cup.naghīgup sippedcfsupsup
higutncord, tying line, rope, string, twine'Ang nagabutang ning lūgit sa kustal hay ginadasuk ma'āyu; ginabutangan ning higut 'ang ba'ba' nang kustal kag 'ihigut sa 'ibābaw.In putting copra into a sack it is well tamped; the mouth of the sack has a cord placed [there] and will be used for tying above [the tamped copra].na cord handle on a basket'Ini nga baskit hay human sa buli makītid 'ang buli' kag 'ang hāba' pa'ibabaw hay manga dūha ka dāngaw kag 'igwa ning higut kag waya' ning takyub.This basket is made of buri; the bottom is narrow and the height going up is about two and a half hand spands and there is a cord handle and no lid.vTying material is tied or used for tying onto something by someone.'ihigutvSomething has tying material tied onto it by someone.'Ini 'ang huwag hay 'īmu 'ihigut palībut pāra kunu 'adtu 'ang pisti hay 'indi' magtapun sa 'īmu manga manuk nga 'alīla'.As for this huwag vine, it will be tied around your house so that, they say, fowl pox will not contaminate your cared-for chickens.'Ang naylun nga ginahigut hay 'ang nahut numiru 'utsu.As for the nylon fishing line which is used for tying, the size is number eight.ginahigutan'Ang hāba' hay duha ka purgāda; ginahigutan sa tunga' ning naylun.The length [of the stone] is two inches; [it] has a nylon fishing line tied onto [it] at the middle.higut nga naylun1a nylon tying line (see naylun)higutanvAn animal is tethered by someone.Higutan sa tunga'tūnga' 'ang kāhuy nga may talīwis 'ang punta; duha 'ini ka bilug.The wood whose ends have points should have [nylon cord] tied on at the middle; these are two pieces [of wood].higutivthe place where an animal is tethered by someoneHiguti 'ābi 'ang 'īmu manga bābuy kay nagakinadtu sa 'ākun ning 'uma.Your pigs should please be tethered because they keep on going to my upland field.hinigutanKadtu'a 'ābi 'ang manga bāka kung yadtu sa 'ākun hinigutan.Please go there to the cows [to see] if [they are] there at the place where they were tethered by me.