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háwà

Hiligaynon

To make room or way, open a passage, clear the course, give way, leave an open space, let pass. Háwà kamó, kay magaági ang trak. Make room, for the truck will pass. Hawáan nínyo ang alágyan sa tungâ sang simbáhan. Leave the passage free in the middle of the Church. Hawái akó sang mga táo, kay magalubás akó. Get the people out of the way, for I am going to pass.



hawâ

Hiligaynon

(B) Dirt, filth, uncleanness, foul admixture (in food, drink, etc.). May hawâ iníng túbì sa báso; índì mo pagímnon. There is some dirt in this glass of water; don't drink it. (see hígkò, bulíng, ra-íng).


hawâ

Hiligaynon

To contemn, disdain, scorn, despise, vilify, abominate, treat as of no consideration. Básì kon hawaón lang níla kitá. Perhaps they will treat us with contempt (scorn).


hawá-hawá

Hiligaynon

To get exhausted, feel empty (of stomach). Nagahawáhawá ang ginháwa ko, kay ginagútum akó. I am getting quite exhausted, for I am hungry.


hígin

Hiligaynon

To cleave, split, rend, tear, sunder, break asunder (cloth, etc.); open a way through a crowd, make a passage. Naghígin ang ákon dáan nga báyò, kay ginpapák sing lakás sang labandéra. My old jacket was torn, because the washerwoman beat it too hard. Higína ang mga táo sa dálan, kay maági ang trak. Part the people on the road for the truck will pass. Naghígin ang mga táo sa dálan sang paglubás sang prosisyón. The people on the road cleared the way when the procession passed. (see háwà).


kahawáan

Hiligaynon

Desert, waste, wilderness, territory destitute of trees and shrubs; a lonely or isolated place. (see háwà).


manháwà

Hiligaynon

Open, roomy, spacious; well off, well to do, prosperous; to be well to do, etc. Manháwà na ang íya kahimtángan. He is well off, has some property, is living in easy circumstances. Mangabúdlay kamó sing may kapísan, agúd maluás kamó sa kaimolón kag magmanháwà ang ínyo pangabúhì. Work hard and assiduously to free yourself from poverty and to get on well in life. (see háwà, manwáhà, dawâdawâ, dir-á-dirâ, kaayohán).


paháwà

Hiligaynon

Causative of háwà-to make room, etc. Pahawáa ang mga táo. Let the people make way. Order the people to make room. Tell the people to get out of the way.


ginháwa, ginháwà

Hiligaynon

Breath, life, respiration, inhalation and exhalation of air; feeling, sensation, consciousness; to breathe, respire. Nabúgtò ang íya ginháwa. The thread of his life snapped (i.e. he died). Nagalaút ang íya ginháwa. He is feeling out of sorts. Nawádan siá sing ginháwa. He lost consciousness. Mabúdlay ang íya pagginháwa, kay ginapung-után siá. It is difficult for him to breathe, because his nostrils are stuffed up. Daw sa dílì akó makaginháwa dirí. I can scarcely breathe here.


ginhawaán

Hiligaynon

Breathing system, organs of breathing; breath, air.


háwad, háw-ad

Hiligaynon

To take-out of,-away from, liberate, extricate. (see háwas, luás, báwì).


háwag

Hiligaynon

A great flow of blood (in connection with childbirth); puerperal hemorrhage. Also verb. Nahawágan siá kag napatáy. She died of puerperal hemorrhage. Ginahawágan siá. She is suffering from puerperal hemorrhage.


háwak

Hiligaynon

The waist, waistline; to grasp by the waist. Hawáka (hawáki) siá. Grasp him by the waist.


hawák

Hiligaynon

Purlin, lath, roof-spar, rib, stringer.


háwan

Hiligaynon

To clear, clean (of obstructions). Hawáni ang idálum sang baláy, kay madámù ang mga rámò. Clean up underneath the house, for there is much rubbish there. Nahawánan na ang pátyo sang hilamón. The cemetery is now free of grass, (i.e. the grass has been cut down or pulled out by the roots). Iháwan iníng binángon sa plása. Use this bolo to clean the public square with.


hawán-háwan

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of háwan. Hawánhawáni iníng dútà sang mga gámhon. Clean this place a little of its weeds.


háwas, háw-as

Hiligaynon

To take out or off, deliver from, extract, remove, extricate, set free. Hawasá ang tanán nga mga galamitón sa balatonán kag lampasóhan mo sing maáyo ang salúg. Remove all furniture from the reception room and mop the floor well. Sín-o ang nagháwas sang mga líbro sa látok? Who took the books off the table? Ila siá ginháwas sa kalisúd. They delivered him from difficulties. Hawasí (iháwas) akó sang ákon maléta nga árà sa hulút, kag dálhon mo dirí. Kindly get for me my suitcase there in the room, and bring it here. (see kúhà, luás).


hawát

Hiligaynon

To get back one's appetite, have a renewed zest for food, relish or take proper food again. Ang masakít nga táo nagahawát na sa pagkáon. The sick man has recovered his zest for food. (see dawát).


hawát-hawát

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hawát. To eat again a little, etc. Also: To be nervous, get afraid, tremble. Nagahawáthawát ang ákon ginháwa sa pagtúluk sinâ nga bátà nga nagapatibí sa hágdan. It makes me tremble to see that child in danger of falling from the ladder.


háway

Hiligaynon

To be exposed to view, set forth, displayed in public, set out. Nagaháway na ang mga pagkáon sa lamésa. The food is set out on the table. Pahawáya ang isá ka botílya nga bíno. Bring out a bottle of wine. Pahawáyi akó sing isá ka láta nga dólse. Show me a tin of sweets. (see dágay).


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