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hagdawhágdawCebv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc.maghágdawv glean, gather, cull, pick up. Means to gather the grain or other produce left behind in the field by the harvestersNaghagdaw kami sin mani.We gleaned peanuts.hagdáwonadj be gleanedDamo sin hagdawon na mais sa uma.There-is-much corn to-be-gleaned in-the field.hagdáwann gleaning field, field to be gleanedHamos sa hagdawan.Let-us-go to-the field-to-be-gleaned.
hagkothagkótn coldness, chill, frigidityDili ko na matios an hagkot san panahon.I can no-longer bear the coldness of-the weather.antinit hotantalingasa warm weathersyntugnaw coldVariantkahagkotcoldnessmahagkótadj MA-. cold, frigid, frosty, chillyMahagkot sadto.It-was-cold at-that-time.hagkutónv [c10] -ON exp; -AN pat. feel coldHinahagkot ako.I am-feeling-cold.hagkútonadj cold sensitive, sensitive to coldHagkuton ini na bata.This child is sensitive-to-cold.
hagodhágodCebv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN ben; I- accmaghágodv rubcfhapros banyos lugod1 bagnos synhaplos bag-id hagdónv be rubbed, be anointed, be massaged. Refers to rubbing something with something (oil etc.)Haguda man an akon likod sin bicks.Kindly rub some Vicks-Vapo-Rub on my back.
hagrakhagrákn snoringsynhagrong 1snoringragngak snorehuragok snoringVarianthagrok snoring
hagrayohágrayòadj far apart, plural. Describes a plural subjectcfharayo far
hagrokhágrokn snoringsynhagrong 1snoringragngak snorehuragok snoringVarianthagraksnoringVarianthuragok snoringmaghágrokv [c2] MAG- act. snore
hagronghagróngn 1snoringGinabadli ako kun nababatian ko an iya hagrong.I feel-disgusted when I hear his snoring.synhagraksnoringhagrok snoringhuragok snoringragngak snore2roaring soundBation mo an hagrong san eroplano.Listen-to the roaring-sound of-the airplane.maghagróngv MAG- act. snore. Means to breathe through nose and open mouth at the same time while sleepingHabo ako makidurog sa nagahagrong.I don't-want to-sleep-with someone-who snores.
hagróngv [c2] snore
hagubuhobhagubúhobn sound. Refers to an indistinguishable soundmaghagubúhobv [c2] MAG- act. make a sound
hagudilahagudílan pancreas
hagumhomhagumhómn murmuring, muttering, hummingDili mo ako pabation san imo hagumhom.Don't let me hear your murmuring.hagumhumónv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN ben; I- acc. be murmured, be hummed, be grumbled. Refers to a person expressing dislikeNano an imo ginahagumhom?What are you grumbling-about?maghagumhómv hum somethingNabatian ko siya na nagahagumhom san 'Sonata Of Love'.I heard her humming the 'Sonata Of Love'.
hainhâinCebinterr prn 1where?Hain ka?Where are you?Variantkâin2which?Hain an imo pilion sana na duha, edukated or eleterate?Now which of-those two will you choose, educated or illiterate?kun hâinrel prn whereHungaon mo siya kun hain an dagom.Ask him where the needle is.pakàíninterr prn where going? This is a variant of mapakàín 'go-where?'
hakayhákayn yawning, yawnMasu-so an iya hakay.His yawning came-at-close-intervals.maghákayv [c2] MAG- act. yawnTahuban mo an imo ba-ba kun maghakay ka.Cover your mouth when you yawn.synhuy-ab yawn
hakhak1hakhákn guffaw, raucous laughterAn iya harakhak nakatawag san atinsyon san tawo.Her guffaws attracted the attention of-the people.Variantharakhakguffawshumarakhákv [c3] MAG-, -UM- act; -AN goal. laugh hard, laugh uproariouslyHumarakhak siya sin tudo.He really laughed-uproariously.
hakhak2hákhakv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patmaghákhakeat greedily, wolf down, eat voraciouslycfhakmal synhaklab eat voraciously
haklabháklabv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patmagháklabv eat voraciously, eat greedily, wolf down food. Refers to eating with large bites as a dog often doescfhakhak1 guffawhakmal synlamon eat voraciously
haklaphaklápn covermaghaklápv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc. cover over
hakmalhákmalv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patantingkib nibblemaghákmalv take huge bitesantingkib cfhakhak1 guffawsynhaklab eat voraciously
hakoghakógCebadj selfish, greedy, stingy, miserly, parsimoniousNasisiguro ko na dili kamo tagaan kay hakog ina siya.I am-sure that you will not be-given-anything because that fellow is selfish.synhangol selfishhagas selfishimot selfishkahákogn selfishness, greediness, stingynessAn iya kahakog an nakabadli sa akon.His selfishness is what disgusted me.
hakosv arm carry
hakot1hakótn brown antDamo sin hakot ini na kahoy.This tree has-plenty of brown-ants.hakutónadj brown ant ridden. Means something is full of brown antsHakuton ini na sako.This sack is ant-ridden.hakútonv [c14] -AN goal. ant swarmed, be swarmed by brown antsGinhakot an luto na ginbutang ko sa puno san mangga.The food which I placed at-the base of-the mango tree was-swarmed-by-brown-ants.cfhamtiklarge anthurmigas small antkutitob red antkutitaptiny black ant
hakot2hákotCebv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- ben.maghákotv 1hand carry, carry by hand. Means to haul something with hands or in containers carried by handNaghakot sinda sin baybay hali sa baybayon.They hand-carried-in-containers sand from the shore.2gather something, collectAn mga hormigas nagahakot sin pagkaon para sa tig-uran.The ants are-gathering food for the rainy-season.maghinákotv gather together, loiter aroundMaymayan mo an imo bata na dili maghinakot.Advise your child not to-loiter-around.cfstambayloiter
hakutonhakutónadj ant riddencfhakot1 brown ant
halahaláexclam aha, oh!Hala! Nano kay kinuha mo ina?Aha! Why did you take that?
halabahalabâadj long, lengthyPaggalang sa babayi an halaba na buhok.Long hair is honorable for-a woman.cflaba1 synhilagba longhalaba-labâadj very longNagsaulo ako sin halaba-laba na tula.I memorized a very-long poem.kahalabân lengthsynlaba1 1length