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: 184.108.40.206 - 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.)
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sag-on [ság-on] v To set, lay a fishing net, trap overnight in the ocean river. ladlad Sag-onan anay kinang pamante ag insulipey haw-asa. Lay out the deep-water fishing net first and tomorrow pull it in.