haggut

nCold, coldness (because of low temperature).Migpit iye weˈ haggutin.He is shivering because of the cold.

Sōng tunag kite weˈ haggutin.We almost melt because of the cold.

adjFor s.t. to be cold.coldHaggut lahatin bang beytu pangulan.The place is cold in rainy season.kenneltennepanas21.6Cooking termsCooking terms
v. statkahaggutan, haggutan, maghaggutTo feel cold, to be cold.Kahaggutankupeggeˈ bakas mandi ku.I feel cold because I bathed.Gaˈihāp lessane, luwal iye maghaggut.She doesn’t feel well, she always feels cold.
vpahaggut(an)To let s.t. cool off, to cause s.t. to be cold.Pahaggutunkinakan iyan, iyuˈ panas.Cool off that food; it is hot.Daˈanepahaggutanun kinakannu iyan, kakanun ne.Don’t let your food cool off; eat it.

maghaggut-tenneVery cold (because of a sickness).maghaggut-pasuˈAlternately cold and hot (because of a sickness).pahaggut

nHerbal medicine. (See pahaggut)