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apay [apáy] vt To break, tear off tips and leaves from stalks of green leafy vegetables to prepare them for cooking. himay Nag-apay kami’t tangkong ag malunggay bag-o ginggataan. We removed leaves from the tangkong and malunggay stalks and then cooked them in gata. (sem. domains: 5.2.1 - Food preparation.)

himay [himáy] vt To remove meat from bones; to debone (e.g. chicken) and tear into small pieces; to shell crabs, shrimps and remove the flesh. Inghimay nida kag niyaga nak manok para sa pansit. She removed the meat from the bones of the chicken that had been cooked in water and tore them into pieces for pansit. Nahimayey baga ninro tong bangus nak ahumanon nakong relyeno? Did you deboned the bangus fish which I will make into relleno. (sem. domains: 5.2.2.4 - Manner of eating, 5.2.1.2.1 - Remove shell, skin, 5.2.1.2 - Steps in food preparation.) der. himay-himay

himay-himay [himay-himáy] (der. of himay) v To organise, arrange in order, as of one's ideas, speech, explanation.

himaya [himáyà] n Glory, majesty, beauty, magnificence, brightness (as of God or a king). Kag himaya it Diyos sa langit ay indi makikita it tawong waya kang Kristo. The glory of God in heaven won’t be seen by a man who’s not in Christ. (sem. domains: 4.9.1 - God.)

himayhimay [himayhimáy] v To organize, arrange in order (as of one's ideas, speech, explanation). (sem. domains: 6.1.2.5 - Plan.)