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húgas

Hiligaynon

To rinse, wash, clean, cleanse with water. Hugási ang báso. Rinse the glass (with water). Mahúgas pa akó ánay sang ákon tiíl. First I am going to wash my feet. Ihúgas iníng túbig sa pínggan. Use this water to clean the plates with. Hinugásan níla ang mga kópa. They cleaned the wine-glasses (with water). Ihúgas akó siníng supéra. Kindly clean this soup-tureen for me. Ipahúgas iníng mga báso sa mutsátso. Have these glasses cleaned by the servant-or-Order the servant to clean these glasses.



hamóy

Hiligaynon

To run one's hand down the face as after a swim or bath. Ang bátà nga nagsálum naghamóy sang íya nawóng sang pagbútwa níya. The boy that dived into the water ran his hand over his face on coming to the surface. Ihamóy ang pólbos sa nawóng mo. Rub the powder over your face with your hand. Hamóyi ang nawóng sang bátà sing túbig, kay mahígko. Wash the baby's face with water, for it is dirty. (see lám-os, hilám-os, hunáw, hináw, húgas).


hulugasán

Hiligaynon

(H) What is to-, should be-, rinsed or cleaned with water, as dirty glasses, crockery, table-ware, feet, etc. (see húgas).


libánaw

Hiligaynon

To wash one's hands, etc. See hunáw, hináw, ribánaw. (see húgas, hilám-os).


panghúgas

Hiligaynon

Freq. of húgas-to rinse, wash. To clean one's feet, etc. with water.


púnas

Hiligaynon

See húgas-to rinse, clean with water, etc. (púnas seems to have been introduced from the Tagalog dialect).


dángog

Hiligaynon

Scales, scab, scurf, forming on wounds or ulcers, during the healing process. Hugási ang dángog sang ímo butí. Bathe the scabs of your smallpox. (see kugán).


habón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. jabon) Soap; to soap, use or apply soap. Haboní gid ang pányo kon lábhan mo. Soap the handkerchief well when you wash it. Manghabón ka kon manghináw ikáw. Use soap when you wash your hands. Ihabón akó siníng mga pínggan, kay tinloán ko. Please put some soap on these plates, for I am going to clean them. Hugásan mo ánay sing maínit nga túbig ang pánit kag ugáling habonán. Clean the skin first with hot water and then apply soap.


hunáw

Hiligaynon

To wash one's hands. Naghunáw ka na sang ímo kamót? Have you washed your hands? Hunawí ang bátà. Wash the child's hands. Ihunáw lang iníng túbig sa ímo kamót. Wash your hands in this water. Ihunáw akó siníng bátà. Please wash this child's hands. Ang mga nagakaláon sa tábad ginahunawán níla ánay ang íla kamót. Those who partake of a banquet wash their hands first. (see hináw, panghilám-os-to wash one's face; panghúgas-to wash one's feet).