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hinaw [hináw] vbt To wash hands or feet. maghináw, hugas Inghinawan nida kag anak it siki bag-o magkatuyog. He washed the child’s feet before he went to sleep. syn: yanggas, hugas, kilis 1. (sem. domains: 5.6.1 - Clean, dirty, - Religious purification, 5.6 - Cleaning.)

hinawhaw [hináwhaw] n Second coarsest of abaca fiber. (sem. domains: 1.5.5 - Parts of a plant.)

hinawhawan (der. of hawhaw) n The weeds or grasses that have been cleaned up. (sem. domains: - Clear a field, 6.2.4 - Tend a field, - Uproot plants, 1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine.)

panghinawakan [panghinawakán] (der. of hawak) v To put hands on one's waist with elbows out, as a stance showing arrogance, pride, wealth. (sem. domains: - Proud.)

hugas [húgas] vt To wash dishes, vegetables, any part of the body except the face, hand, feet. maghugas Si Rose ay nagyuyuto ag ako ay nagpapanghugas. Rose cooks and I wash the dishes. Nagpapahugas ako kang Suzan dahil ausa ako ngasing. I have Suzanne wash the dishes now because I’m all alone. syn: yanggas, kilis 1, hinaw. (sem. domains: 5.6.3 - Wash dishes.) der. hugasan

kilis [kilís] 1vbt To wash rice before cooking it. kilis, linisin Akilisan pa baga nimo kaling bugas? Will you wash this rice? syn: yanggas, hugas, hinaw. (sem. domains: 5.2.1 - Food preparation.) 2v Slightly rippled surface of the ocean as from wind over a smooth surface. (sem. domains: - Calm, rough.)

yanggas₂ [yánggas] v To clean a wound with water or other liquid. langgas Ayanggasan nako kaling ako ugar sa siki. I will clean the wound on my foot. Nagyayanggas sida it mainit nak tubi sa ugar ni Cliff. She’s cleaning Cliff’s wound with warm water. syn: hugas, kilis 1, hinaw.