Meaning of háwà

háwà

Hiligaynon

To make room or way, open a passage, clear the course, give way, leave an open space, let pass. Háwà kamó, kay magaági ang trak. Make room, for the truck will pass. Hawáan nínyo ang alágyan sa tungâ sang simbáhan. Leave the passage free in the middle of the Church. Hawái akó sang mga táo, kay magalubás akó. Get the people out of the way, for I am going to pass.



hawâ

Hiligaynon

(B) Dirt, filth, uncleanness, foul admixture (in food, drink, etc.). May hawâ iníng túbì sa báso; índì mo pagímnon. There is some dirt in this glass of water; don't drink it. (see hígkò, bulíng, ra-íng).


hawâ

Hiligaynon

To contemn, disdain, scorn, despise, vilify, abominate, treat as of no consideration. Básì kon hawaón lang níla kitá. Perhaps they will treat us with contempt (scorn).