habok [hábok] (dial. var. butod₂) 1adj Bloated, enlarged, puffed up, full of air (as of when full of air e.g. balloon or dead body of an animal). 2vi To become enlarged, bulge, swell up by filling with air (as of a balloon or dead body of an animal).. Kag ako binakay nak tinapay sa panaderia ay naghahabok. The bread I bought at the bakery was just filled with air. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Stretch, 8.2 - Big, 1.1.2 - Air.) der. pahabok , der. panghabok
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hamog [hamóg] 1n Fog, mist, heavy dew that lies on the grass or rises in a mist from the ground. Indiey gipahiwason nida kag mga anak dahil mayamig kag hamog kung gab-i. She wouldn’t allow her children to go out at night because the fog that rises off the ground is cold. (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Snow, ice, 1.1.2 - Air, 1.3.3 - Wet.) 2adj Foggy, misty, wet with dew that lies on the grass or rises in a mist from the ground. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Snow, ice, 1.1.2 - Air, 1.3.3 - Wet.) 3v To become damp, wet with dew. (sem. domains: 1.1.3 - Weather, 1.1.2 - Air, 1.3.3 - Wet.)
hangin [hángin] (irreg. infl. kahangin) 1n Air; atmosphere. (sem. domains: 1.1.2 - Air.) 2n Wind. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Wind.) 3v To blow (as of the wind, air). hangín (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Blow air, 188.8.131.52 - Wind.) 4vi To be blown on by the wind; to get a chill from the wind (as of the air, wind blowing on somebody and causing them to get sick). Ingtabawan ka ida bituka dahil nahanginan tong nagkatuyog sida sa sayog nak waya’t banig. He got wind in his abdomen because of the chill he got when he slept on the floor without a sleeping mat. Nahanginan kag anak pag sakay sa dyip. The child got air in his body when he rode in the jeep. Dapat nak mahanginan kag pagkaon agor indi magpan-os. It’s necessary to allow air to get into the food so it won’t spoil. [Air and wind are seen to cause many problematic physical conditions, pain and sicknesses e.g. it enters one's body, veins, abdomen, digestive system, eyes. It seems to cause what is called "getting a chill" when the wind blows on one, especially babies, during a trip in an open vehicle, causing colds, fevers, pain etc.. "Wind, gas, air" are also said to collect in one's stomach causing pain and flatulence. Massage is a common treatment to remove the "wind, air" from one's ugát "blood vessels, nerves, sinews etc.".] (sem. domains: 2.2.2 - Cough, sneeze.) comp. nahampak it hangin , comp. nahanginan kag uyo , comp. pabor ka hangin , comp. pay inggwat hangin , comp. tipras hangin , der. hangin-hanginon , der. mahangin , id. puro hangin , id. tamang hangin₁
hungaw [hungáw] 1vt To deflate; to allow the air, heat to escape from something. singaw Ingpahungawey nimo kag tire? Did you already deflate the tire? Aya gipahungawa kag imo gingtabunan nak buho sa pag-uling. Don’t let the hole you covered for making charcoal lose it’s heat. (sem. domains: 7.9.1 - Damage.) 2vi To lose air from something; to deflate; to evaporate as of air, mixture, heat smoke; give off heat, steam. Naghungaw kag ida lobo. His balloon was deflated. (sem. domains: 1.1.2 - Air.) 3v To feel the vapour given off by the earth, beach (as of the steamy heat of the earth or the cool freshness of the ocean). singaw Maado nak si Toto ay ipasyar sa ragat bawat aga para sida ay mahungawan it ragat. It’s good if we take Sonny for a stroll by the sea every morning so he can feel the sea breeze. syn: sungaw₁ 1. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Cloud.) 4n Vapor; steam. singáw (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Cooking methods.) comp. naghungaw kag ida baho