Buhutu - English


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hewamainabove us.excl
hewanan1on top of somethingantganahewa 6ganamulihewana 7mulina 2sadainaubuna2top of something3up high4high up5in the top of somethingNa waihin wa, ya wana, hwalai'iwe hewana yai,But as for the woman, she sang up in the top of the tree.Ai tanohi ya anban na ai oyagi hewadi ya eno.It feeds on the ground and sleeps in the tops of trees.6up highHaba ya lofo, be ai hewana ya ta'ita'i'ili, na ya maimainene.Then it flie and circles around up high, and keeps watching.7on the topYa baheidi be ena dafu hewana yai ya toledi, na ya au fapatudi.He carried them on his shoulder and put them on his raft, and he fastened them together by tying them.Habahim, adi imo wa sa iloloi lawen edi luma. Ba'isa pupupuna hewa yai ya ta'ai.Then they carried their taro to their house. The big man who broke wind sat on top.antganahewana 1ganamulinahewana 1mulina 1ubuna3s: hewana, 3p: hewadi
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heya-Vin > adjpfxRDP{heyaheyaya}
Heyaheyan1Flowerpecker variety2Papuan Flowerpecker3MistletoebirdThe Heyaheya (Flowerpecker) is not large. Its feathers are red, and it has two long tailfeathers like the Fifitili (Kingfisher varieties). It's beak is yellow. They live in valleys out in the bush. They eat the fruit of trees. The eggs are small and white. it does not have any stories about it.
heyaheyason1parable2parablesHeyaheyason ya fapaisowadi ena lau fa'ata yai, be ginauli boludi ya fatalahadi.He used parables in his teaching, and he instructed them in many things.Yo fede, Yesu ya yogaidima lisina, be heyaheyason yai ya falibadi,And so Yesu called them hither to him and he spoke to them in parable talk,
heyaheyayan1bad2danger
hewali2Vin1become a young man, to Ya yosi be ya ita watan ya lau ee--, ya la'ila'i be ya hewali. She gave birth to him and then she looked after him, keeping on until -- he got big and then became a young man (youth).2.6.4.3Youth2young man, to becomeAbelaham natuna Isako ya hewali, Na habahim, Yaubada Abelaham ya lau'ita.Abraham's son became a youth, and then God tested Abraham.2.6.4.3YouthCompare usage as a noun.
heyaheyaya sa lobahiencounter danger, to
heyaheyaya sa lobahidi1encounter danger (to)2danger, to encounterYena "Duikers" heyaheyaya sa lobahi mate, sa hoba~lidi ai bagili ubudi.When a "Duikers" antelope encounters danger, it crouches down under the tall grass.
heyaheyayadi1bad2awful
heyaheyayana2adj1bad2evil3poor quality4bad5badEgu family ganahewana yai mate, yau edi ba'isa. Pa'ana hige Ya fanuha bena nanatugu laulau heyaheyayadi [hige] ti ginaginaulidi.Within my family I am the "ba'isa" or leader, because I do not desire that my children should do anything bad.6badEmi ani'ani loholohodi sa ota, na heyaheyayadi ami abidima.Leave your good food behind, but get your bad food and bring it.7something dangerous or badNa ema aba lau yai na, Lalasi o hwayahwayau heyayana 'e lobahi.But as we were going we encountered a Lalasi wind, or a bad windstorm.Yena duikers heyaheyaya sa lobahidi mate, sa hoba~lidi ai bagili ubudi.When a "Duikers" antelope encounters danger, it crouches down under the tall grass.
haPERFperf
ha'asiinterjenough!Yesu iyen, "Ha'asi!" Jesus said, "Enough!"Compare shorter form: {a'ai}.
haedi2WH-Qwhere
hafiVtrgrind it, to
hafi gisigisiVtrgrind it up, toUme'ehu hesa sa abi, be sa hafi gisigisi.The take another stone and they grind it up.Compare {hafiti} which possibly means "to break something up, to press it down"
hafi nanaudiVtrgrind the ripe ones, tobe ume'ehu bwaibwai'u'una yai sa hafi nanaudi, na momonana, oila wa, ya didi hudo'i.and then with a round stone they grind the ripe ones and the fat, the oil drips down elsewhere.{hafi nanaudi} or {hafi naunaudi} occurs only once in the database, so the meaning of "ripe ones" is not certain.
hafitiVtr1break something up, to2hold it, to3press it down, toNEED TO CHECK THIS MEANING
hafitinacovering it?
hafohafondoorwayU anpate~adidili haba ai hafohafo kiukiu ni, wa luhu~sola;Try hard to enter in through the small doorway.See also {hafohafona}.
hafohafonan1doorwayeda'eda hafohafonadoorwayhige itawa solasola la'i eda'eda hafohafona yai.we couldn't say (see?) that there is any passage at the doorway.2gateway
hagainterjpleaseTaumoho ena nuwatuhu bena haga Malibon ni kalawan, be ibe natuna i kalawani'i.The man's thinking was that the flying fox might be a sorceress, and it might be doing sorcery on his child.Seems to mean something like please or "might" in {bena haga}. How is this {haga} related to {haga} meaning "score" ?
haga, amnscore"Free kick" yai moho ama haga esega sa tole.Our only score was just on one free kick they gave us.1pEX: ama haga