Meaning of haón

haón

Hiligaynon

(B) To suspect, lay the blame on, impute to, tax with, attribute or charge to, inculpate, incriminate, twit. Indì ka maghaón sing maláin sa íya. Don't suspect him of evil-doing. Ginahán-an (ginahaonán) siá nga siá amó ang nagkáwat. He is suspected of having stolen it. Indì mo paghán-an sing salâ ang ímo isigkatáo kon walâ mo masayóri sing matúod. Don't impute a fault to your neighbour, unless you are sure about it. Indì mo pagihaón sa íya ang kwárta mo nga nadúlà. Don't cast suspicion on him with regard to your money that was lost. (see bangúd, pabangúd, pahanungúd, hanâ, mókmok, sumálà).



háon

Hiligaynon

A vat-full or cualdron-full of sugar; the last stage of sugar-milling; to stir, mix, move about with shovels, etc. the nearly finished product of sugar-milling. Haóna ang kalámay. Stir the sugar (in the vat, cualdron or tub). Haóni akó sing isá ka háon nga kalámay. Get ready for me one vat-full of sugar.