hitsūranthe face of a personKung nagatapwak 'adtu 'ang humbak, hay nagatapwak sa 'āmun hitsūra.When the waves splash, [they] splash onto our faces.syn'uyahuncfpisnginthe appearance of someone or something; i.e., what they look like'Ibutang 'ang 'itlug sa pinggan kag siru'un 'ang hitsūra.An egg will be put into a plate and the appearance will be examined.cfpagsinundānan2vSomeone or something resembles someone or something else.hitsūra ning kwarta1money hungrynagahitsūraNagahitsūra sinda ning 'ati'āti kay 'ina', hay 'imaw 'ina' 'ang 'inda pinangakū'an nga dibusyun.They resemble made-up Negrito-like people because as for them, that is their solemn devotion promised [to the Holy Infant].cfsunud
hiwa'na slice or cut-up piece of something, as bread, fruit, meat, a vegetablelima ka hiwa' nga manukfive cut-up pieces of chickenhiniwa'hiwa'nseveral slices or cut-up chunks or pieces of something, as bread, fruit, meat, a vegetable'Ang pa'un ni Lurit sa pagbunit hay hilaw nga 'isda' nga hiniwa'hiwa'.As for the bait of Loret when fishing with hook-and-line, [it] is several raw chunks of fish.hīwa'vSomething, as bread, fruit, meat, a vegetable is sliced or cut up by someone.Hiwā'un 'ang karni ning kwadrādu; tapus hugāsan.The meat should be cut up into cubes; then washed.maghīwa'imper vSlice or cut up something!Maghīwa' ning sibūyas kag bāwang.Slice the onions and garlic.
huadv/ injwith adverb dira', right there; with adverb diri, right hereWith demonstratives, hu adds emphasis; usually untranslated.Hay kagab'i hay nakakīta' kunu si Dīding ning ga'inggat dira' hu sa may 'akasya.Last night, they say, Diding saw something which was sparkling right there near the acacia tree.Nita kari 'ānay diri hu kay kita ma'isturya ning ma'āyu.Nita come right here please so that we can have a good conversation.Hay bāsi' 'ina' hu 'ang 'unga', hay may timustimus sa mata?Why is it that, as for that child, [he] has a sty in [his] eye?'Ini hu 'ang 'upat ku nga 'apu hay 'unga' nang 'adtung 'akun gingpabāhuy nga 'unga'.As for these four grandchildren of mine, [they] are the children of that child who was brought up by me.Sa di'in kita ma'āgi? Malaktud naman kita pakara' sa kwan hu, sa Rikūdu?Where shall we pass by? Shall we take a shortcut going to ?, to Rikudu?Hu sometimes follows the hesitation pause kuwan (usually with variant kwan) with little or no meaning.
hū'uinjyesHambay nang 'adtung nagapapusta' hay "Hū'u, sīgi, pusta' na!"The one allowing bets to be placed said, "Yes, go ahead, place a bet now!"Used to answer in the affirmative.
hubagna swelling of the body; a boilvA part of the body becomes swollen.nagahubag'Ihību' didtu sa parti nang lāwas nga nagahubag 'u may gūyus.Rub this [herbal medicine] on the part of the body which has become swollen or which has suppurating sores.
hubasvA liquid boils down, dries up, evaporates; a semiliquid becomes waterless.Hubas na 'ang sabaw nang kinalāyu.The flavored liquid of the cooked rice was already boiled down.mahubasKung nagkayadkad na 'ang gata' kag lapūyut na, 'ibutang 'ang kinalāyu nga mayagkit kag kayuhun nga kayuhun hasta mahubas 'ang sabaw kag maglāna.When the coconut milk has boiled and is already condensed, put in the cooked white sticky rice and mix again and again until the flavored liquid will become waterless and oily.mahubsanKung mahubsan ning gātas hay mahuga' kay makalulū'uy 'ang manga 'uruk.If [piglets] are deprived of milk it is hard because the piglets will be undernourished.nagapahubasvA newborn child, animal is deprived of milk by its drying up in the udder or breast.Bāwal 'ang magkā'un ning 'ūtan nga langka' nga may lakut nga lumbay kay 'ini kunu hay nagapahubas ning gātas nang nanay nga bag'ung 'unga'.It is forbidden to eat coconut flavored jackfruit which has sago palm leaves added because they say these [leaves] cause the milk of the mother who has newly given birth to dry up.See also pahubas.naghubasNaghubas 'ang tūbi' sa pūnu' kay tigsilākun.The water dried up at the source because it was the dry season.pahubas1caus vSomething causes a liquid to boil down, dry up, evaporate; something causes a semiliquid to become waterless.
hūbuggersomeone's rocking or swinging someone or something back and forthSīgi lang 'ang 'ākun ning hūbug sa 'ākun 'unga' hasta gid nga matuyūgan liwat.My swinging my child just continued until [he] was able to sleepagain.vSomeone or something rocks, sways or swings back and forth.nagahūbugMatībay 'ining 'ākun bayay, gāni' waya' pa da nagahūbug.My house was strong, so [it] was not yet swaying.
Hudīyuna Jew; i.e., an Israelite'Ang masunud hay 'ang Hudīyu nga nagagāpus si Hisus nga ginakastīgu nang Hudīyu.The next [in the procession] were the Jews who were detaining Jesus who was being punished by the Jews.
huga'ginahuga'hūga''Indi' ku masayūran kung 'anu na 'ang 'inda kamutāngan, kung sinda ginahuga'hūga''u 'abunda man sa 'inda pagpangīta' kwarta.I do not know what their situation is, whether they are experiencing great hardship or abundance in their looking all over for money.kahuga'adjSomething is expensive to buy.antkabaratubarātu cfkamahaykahuga', mahuga'1adjA particular event or state is difficult.Mahuga' (or kahuga') is predicate; the expressed event, or state, preceded by an optional nga, is topic.Kung 'ang 'īmu manga manuk hay ma'ila mahuga'nga dakpun.If your chickens are wild catching them is difficult.Kung naga'inūyan, hay kahuga'magkwāri kay kalūnang kag madayūnut sa kwarihan.If it rains continually, quarrying [of marble blocks] is difficult because it is muddy and the quarry is slippery.2Mahuga' (or kahuga') is predicate; the expressed event, a noun, participle, or nominalized verb phrase, preceded by 'ang, is topic.Kung tig'uyānun hay mahuga''ang pagkānam nang manga 'unga' kay madayūnut 'ang dūta'.During rainy season, for children to play is difficult because the ground is slippery.Kung 'indi' mabasyahan ning tūbi' nga ma'īnit 'ang kuray hay kahuga''ang paglimpyu.If you do not pour hot water over the land crabs, cleaning [them] is difficult.3Mahuga' modifies a noun.'Ang nagalūgit ning niyug mahuga'nga trabāhu.The making of copra is difficult work.4Mahuga' (or kahuga') is predicate (no topic), followed by the cojunction kung and a clause.Mahuga'kung may bābuy nga makabūhi' kag makakadtu sa 'ākun ning 'uma kag pang'ibūkun 'ang 'ākun tanum nga balinghuy.[It] is difficult if there are pigs able to slip out of the rope and go to my upland field and root out all my cassava plants.Kahuga'kung waya' 'agūha nga ginagāmit sa pagtahi' nang ba'ba' nang kustal.[It] is difficult if there is no sack needle to use in sewing the opening of the sack.kahugā'an1na difficulty, a hardship'Ang kahugā'an sa pagpangabuhi' hay 'isa gid nga dahilan nga kung bāsi' 'ang 'isa nga tāwu hay naga'īsip nga magkadtu sa 'iban nga lugar.Hardship in life is one reason why some people consider going to other places.2vSomeone experiences hardship.kahuga'hūga'1int adjA particular event or state is very difficult.Distribution of kahuga'hūga' is the same as described above for kahuga'.Diri sa Rumblun kadāmu' na 'ang 'ākun nasasayūran nga nang 'ūna nang yāri pa sina Duminggu diri naga'istar 'ang 'inda pangabūhi' hay kahuga'hūga'.Here in Romblon there were many things that were able to be found out for sure by me, in which before, when Domingo and the others were still living here, their way of living was very difficult.kahuga'hūga'2int adjSomething is very expensive to buy.kahuga'hūga'3Hay niyan 'ang prisyu hay kahuga'hūga' na gid.Nowadays the price [of purchase items] is very expensive indeed.antbarātucfmahay magkahuga'Kung hinuman ku 'ini hay pāra da sa 'īmu, 'agud 'indi' ka magkahuga' sa 'ulīhi nga tyimpu.If that was done by me (i.e., had you betrothed to a particular boy) it was for you so that you will not experience difficulty in the future.mas mahuga'comp adjA particular event or state is more difficult than another event or state.Nagahambay nga mas mahuga' gid 'ang 'iya trabāhu kaysa sa 'uning nga nagabantay lang sa bayay.[He] said his work was more difficult than [the work of] the cat which was only guarding the house.nagkahuga'Kung waya' kunu sinda waya' magsūbung 'ang 'ātun pangabūhi' nga nagkahuga' kita.They say that if it were not for them [bad people] our way of life would not have been like this that we experienced hardship.pahuga'caus vSomeone is caused to experience hardship by someone else.pinahugā'anPinahugā'an gid 'aku ni Marīsa sa 'iya ning pangasāwa.I was caused to experience hardship by Marisa in courting her.
hugasvSomeone washes cooking utensils, food.cfgingkilisanpaglabahinugāsannwashed utensilsSa di'in baya 'ang 'ākun hinugāsan nga pinggan?Where, I wonder, are my washed plates? (lit. my washed utensils that are plates)hugasanSan'u ku baya matāpus 'ang 'ākun hugasan?When, I wonder, will the [utensils] that will be washed by me be able to be finished?nagapanghūgasvCooking or eating utensils are washed by someone.This form indicates that there are several objects washed; with a negative, nothing at all is washed.Pagkatāpus ning tahi' sa maghāpun, waya' na kami nagapanghūgas ning pinggan, 'ang 'iya 'āgaw 'ang nagalūtu' kag nagahūgas nang pinggan.After sewing the whole day, we did not cook and wash any plates; her maid was the one cooking and washing the dishes.panghūgasgersomeone's washing all or many thingsKung tapus na 'aku ning panghūgas, 'ākun na 'itun pakatuyūgun 'ang 'ākun manga 'unga'.When I finish washing all [the dishes], my children will be allowed by me to sleep.Result of washing: clean limpyu.cfkilis laba
hugpa'vSomeone or something flying swoops down, usually with the intention of landing.ginahugpa'anKung makakīta' sinda ning nagaluta' nga 'isda', ginahugpa'an 'ina' ninda ning gulpi kag tumuka' ning 'isda'.When they (i.e., tayataya birds) happen to see fish swimming in a school, they are quickly swooped down on by them and [they] eat the fish by pecking.naghugpa'vSomething, a place is swooped down on by someone or something flying.Waya' madūgay naghugpa' 'ang tatlu nga pispis sa dāgat.Soon the three birds swooped down to the ocean.
hūgudvSomeone experiences industriousness.ginahugūranSi Birtu, hay midyu bulakbul sa pag'iskuyla; kung 'amat gina'ābut ning tāmad kag kung 'amat ginahugūran da.As for Berto, [he] was somewhat of a truant from school; sometimes [he] was overtaken with laziness and sometimes [he] was overtaken by industriousness.kahūgud, mahūgudadjA person or animate being is industrious or active.'Ang tāwu nga mahūgud hay waya' ning gustu magkinatūyug sa 'adlaw.As for an industrious person he does not like to always be sleeping in the daytime.Kahūgud 'ini nga sīhi' magpangita' nang 'iya pagkā'un.This shell is active in looking for its food.
hūgungvA song, a tune is hummed by someone.ginahugunghūgungKung sinda nagatanum, 'igwa sinday ginahugunghūgung nga kanta.When they planted, they had a song which was repeatedly hummed by them.
hugutadjSomething, as a roll of buri strips, a jar lid, a piece of clothing on the body, a weaving is firm or tight.anthayanghagvSomething, as rolling of buri strips, closing of a jar, wearing of clothing, weaving is accomplished firmly or tightly by someone.hugutunKung 'ikaw hay maglīkid 'ang buli, hay 'īmu hugutun.When you cylindrically roll the buri [strips, they] should be [rolled] tightly.anthayanghag
hūkaynthe movement or action of a person, thing, part of the bodyNakikīta' ku sa 'inda hūkay, bāli waya' 'aku nga 'inda Nanay.I really see from their actions that they do not pay attention to me, their mother.Madāmu' klāsi 'ang ginahambay nang tāwu nga ginapa'āgi lang sa sinyas nang kamut 'u sa hūkay nang lāwas.There are different kinds of things communicated by people in which [the message] is made known just by signs of the hands or movements of the body.cfkahūyagvSomeone or something moves.magahūkayKung pyista na hay tanan kita magahūkay dira' sa sākup nang baylīhan.When it is fiesta time all of us will do their[assigned] task inside the dancing area.nagahūkay1nthe doings of someone or somethingNagahūkay na 'adtu 'ang marmul kung ginabarīta.That marble moves when [it] is pried with a crowbar.Hāyus tanan nātun nga hūkay kahinangyan ta 'ang tūbi'.In almost all our doings water is needed by us.cfhūyag2vSomeone does her or his task, does things.nagapanghukayhūkayMa'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 alldoing [their] various tasks.paghūkaygersomeone's doing a task, doing thingsGinagamun ninda 'ang tāma' nga paghūkay parīhu nang pagpungku', paghambay, kag pag'istimar sa 'inda bisīta.The right way of doing things is taught by them, like sitting [properly], talking [nicely] and entertaining their visitor [graciously].panghūkaymn vthe way of doing a task, doing thingspanghukayhūkay'Ang 'īmu panghukayhūkay kag 'ang 'īmu hitsūra daw halin ka gid sa 'isa kahari'an.Your way of doing various things and your face [makes it seem] as though you came from another kingdom.
hukutvA fishnet is woven or repair-woven by someone.ginghukutanGinghukutan ni 'Ūping 'ang pūkut ni Danīlu kay dāmu' na 'ang gisi'.The fishnet of Danilo was repair-woven by Uping because it had many holes.