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hapús

Hiligaynon

To be easy, facile, manageable, require but slight effort. Papáa ánay ang lánsang, agúd mahapús ang paggábut. Strike the nail first with the hammer, that it may be easy to draw out. Naghapús na ang pagbútong sang kángga, kay binutangán sing síbo. It is now quite easy to pull the cart, for it has been greased. Ginahapusán akó siní. This is quite easy for me-or-This seems to me to be easy. Ang pagbinuligáy nagapahapús sang pangabúhì. Mutual help makes life easy. (see hulás).



hát-hat

Hiligaynon

To gin cotton, card wool or flax, comb out the seeds of cotton. Hat-hatá ang búlak sang búlak kag papakón. Gin the cotton and beat it out. Hathatí akó sing búlak sang búlak-or-maghát-hat ka sa ákon sing búlak sang búlak. Gin for me some cotton. Iháthat akó ánay siníng búlak sang búlak. Please gin this cotton for me. (see kigí).


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).


hinonóo

Hiligaynon

On the contrary, but, but rather, however. Buút siá magdaúg sa ákon sa dúmug, hinonóo gánì siá amó ang nabúntol. He wished to defeat me in wrestling, but after all it was he who was thrown. "Dî mo kamí ipapagdaúg sa panuláy, hinonóo pamawíon mo kamí sa kaláut". "Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil", (see tapát, agád).


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