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haráhad

Hiligaynon

A thrust, lunge, to lunge, make a thrust or pass at, let drive at, strike at, threaten with, use physical force. Nagharáhad siá sa ákon sang íya bastón. He struck at me with his stick. Indì mo akó pagharahádan (-áran) (-ádon) sang binángon. Don't lunge at me with your bolo. Iharáhad sa íya ang tagád mo. Strike at him with your dibble (iron-pointed). (see hándus, barumbáda).



haláhad

Hiligaynon

To make a lunge at, strike at, brandish, flourish, swing to and fro. (see haráhad, túsay, ádò).


hárog

Hiligaynon

To thrust or push with a pointed instrument, spear, stick, pierce, stab (from below), thrust upwards. Haróga siá sang bagát. Make a lunge at him (from below) with the (slender) pole. Harógi ang haló sa solóksolók nga árà sa káhoy. Pierce the belly of the iguana there on the tree. Ihárog sa íya ang ímo bángkaw. Thrust your lance into him (from underneath). (see dúgdug, hándus, haráhad, túslok).