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hukás

Hiligaynon

To take off a peg, seize, snatch. Maghukás ka sang (hukasá or húksa ang) báyò sa salab-ítan. Take the jacket off the peg. Húksa ang síngkaw sa líog sang karabáw. Take the yoke off the buffalo's neck. Ihukás akó ánay sang síya sang kabáyo. Please unsaddle the horse (for me). Nahukás (nákhas) ang tokó. The supporting (upright) beam gave way, (became loose or fell down). (see húklas, kúhà).



hukás

Hiligaynon

Finished, at an end, terminated. Hukás na ang íla laláw. Their mourning is at an end, is finished. (see tápus, humán).


húkas

Hiligaynon

To unhitch, release (animals, etc.) Hukási ang báka. Unhitch the ox. Nahukásan na ang karabáw. The buffalo is unhitched. Sang hinúksan na níya ang kabáyo sa kílis dáyon níya hinukás ang síya nga nagakábit sa díngding, gindápat níya sa likód sang kabáyo kag sumakáy siá pakádto sa íya palangúmhan. When he had taken the horse out of the rig he at once snatched the saddle that was hanging on the wall, put it on the horse's back, mounted and rode off towards his farm. (see hukás).


húkson

Hiligaynon

From hukás-seize, snatch, take away.