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hango [hángò] vt To copy something; to imitate something (as of speech, action). Ihanguon it inra maestro tong mga maadong ingbisaya it inra pinuno sa ida diskurso. Their teacher will copy the good things their leader said in his speech. (sem. domains: 3.5.2 - Make speech, - Voice, 3.5.1 - Say.)

hangop [hángop] v To comprehend. Waya nako nahangop tong gustong bisayahon it ida mga istorya. I was not able to comprehend what his stories were all about. (sem. domains: 3.2.4 - Understand.)

hangos-hangos [hangos-hangós] v To be catching one’s breath; to gasp; to be puffing while one is talking (as after physical exertion). humahangos Naghahangos-hangos pa si Rex tong ibalita sa amo nak naipit kag inra iro. Rex was still catching his breath when he told us that their dog had been run over. (sem. domains: 2.2.1 - Breathe, breath, 2.4.4 - Tired.)

hangoy [hangóy] adj Greedy. matakaw Abang hangoy ra nimo karakoey gani kag imo parti ay gusto pa nimong buhinan ling ako. You’re very greedy since your share is already so big but you still want to have some of mine. syn: sakim, hakog 1, maismot, suyok, kagor 2. (sem. domains: - Manner of eating, - Greedy.)

hanungor [hanungór] v To be about, concerning something as of a topic, one's speech. hango sa (sem. domains: - Talk about a subject.)

haom₁ [há-om] vt To line up the edges of things (so as to fit exactly). hango Inghaom nako kaling korte it lamesa hagto sa dating lamesa. I lined up the edges of this table to the old table so it would fit exactly. (sem. domains: 7.5 - Arrange, - Straight, - Stick together.)

haw-as [háw-as] vbt 1To remove something from water; to take out (by lifting up); to pull in a fishing net where the fish are caught in the pocket. hinango Inghaw-as ninra kag Azolla sa tubi. They took the Azolla from the water. (sem. domains: - Fish with net.) 2To deliver (from oppression, hardship); to rescue. hango Nahaw-as sinra sa kahirapan tong nagpa-Saudi kag inra anak. They were delivered from poverty when their son went to Saudi Arabia. (sem. domains: 7.4.1 - Give, hand to.)

rukot-rukot n A decoction of the leaves and roots of this plant is used as a diuretic. The sap is useful in dissipating the opacity of the cornea. hangód Achyranthes aspera

hakog [hakóg] 1adj Greedy; selfish; covetous (as of a wheeler-dealer, land grabber). sakím Syn: maismot, mainak 1; syn: sakim, maismot, suyok, kagor 2, hangoy. (sem. domains: - Manner of eating.) 2vt To want something for one’s self; to want a ‘lion’s share’; to be unwilling to share something; to be greedy for money, land, power. Aya baga gihinakog sa partihan it suya. Don’t crave for a lion share in the sharing of our viand. 3vi To be overcome by greed. Nahahakog-hakugan sida sa parayang mais nina Auntie Alice. He wants to have all the corn sent by Auntie Alice for himself. Aya baga kamo gihinakog nak yain kina sa atubangan it Dios. Don’t be greedy since it’s wrong in God’s eyes. [Some won’t educate their children as lawyers in case they turn and take them to court.] der. kahakugan

kagor [kágor] 1adj Greedy; intemperate or immoderate in eating. syn: dalok, paslo. (sem. domains: - Manner of eating.) 2vi To become greedy. matakaw Nagkagor kag iro. The dog became greedy. syn: sakim, hakog 1, maismot, suyok, hangoy.

maismot [maismót] adj Selfish; heartless; without feeling, mercy; thrifty; stingy. maramot, madamot Kayain ra kaling tawong maismot. It’s bad to be a selfish person. Si Lolong ay buko maismot kung tungkol sa kwarta. Lolong is not thrifty when it comes to money. Syn: mainak 1, hakog 1; syn: sakim, hakog 1, suyok, kagor 2, hangoy.

sakim [sakím] adj Selfish; Self-centered. sakím Abang sakim ra kaliong tawo ay buko ra kato ida yaman. This man is so selfish when in fact its not his riches. syn: hakog 1, maismot, suyok, kagor 2, hangoy.

suyok [suyók] (dial. var. tidok) adv Very greedy because of hunger. matakaw Kahuhuda ka baga ginunot sa hanraan dahil paysuyok ka gikaon. It’s very shameful to bring you to a gathering because you eat greedily. syn: sakim, hakog 1, maismot, kagor 2, hangoy.