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ha-adsp. var.haad trans1to place somethingInha-ad ku etan di da-ul ni yuddungan hu bola.I placed the ball under the seat.Iha-ad kayun kennen alin ameyu tep neupallid muyung.You leave (lit. place) some food for your father because he might be hungry in the forest.Hipa nengiha-adan lan agim ni begah?Where did your brother place the rice?Yad akbut hu mika pengihha-adin begah min eman ni mika pan-iskulid Kiangan.We put our rice in a leather bag when we were studying in Kiangan.7.3.2Move something in a directioniC1-/iN-Class 3A Move and position object at site2for a person to stay in a placeThis is an extended meaning that would literally mean to place oneself somewhere.Ida kaan-umhamahamak ni panha-adan da nem endi da hemmaka.They are looking for a place to stay but they cannot find any. 5.9Live, staymaN-/naN-, paN- -an
ha-bugtransto sow seedYa etan bukel ni inha-bug etan ni tuu ey mei-ellig di ehel Apu Dios.As for the seed that the person sowed, it is compared to the word of God.6.2.3Plant a field
ha-butstafor clothing or the tie of an animal to be snared or caught on something that protrudesNeyatyat hu balwasi tu tep neiha-but di patak.His shirt was torn because it was caught on a nail.Kamangkekengu bakad muyung tep neiha-but hu iket tu.The carabao in the forest was crying because his tie was snared.
ha-dangtransto hang something, e.g., to put clothes on a line or hookIha-dang mu eya kebi di patak di awwidan ni baley mi.Hang the chicken cage on the nail at the back door of our house.Attu nengiha-dangan mun patut ku?Where did you hang my shoes?Simhabley7.3.2Move something in a directioniC1-/iN-Class 3A Move and position an object at a site
Ha-dengProp.Nthe name of a particular rice field in Amduntog areaKami man-ennid Ha-deng ni kabbuhhan.We are going to harvest rice in Ha-deng tomorrow.9.7.2Name of a place
ha-duk1nthe horns of an animal1.6.2Parts of an animal2stafor an animal to have hornsNeha-dukan law etan kilaw ni newang Bantullay.Bantullay’s water buffalo has horns now. ne- -an
ha-eb1n1opposite side or other side of somethingThe word is usually used to indicate a location.Dakel ida tuun nambebley di ha-eb eman ni duntug. Many people live on the other side of that hill.8.5Location2to be a pairYahhuy tu kapekihha-eb.This is a pair.
ha-eb2vto be on opposite sidesNanha-eb hu liput di annel tu.His wounds are on opposite sides of his body.Hina-eban tu taab ey netukkad keyew.He made a cut on the opposite side of the tree and it fell down.8.3.5.2.6OppositemaN-/naN-, -an/-in- -an
ha-guy1na stick or pole with a hook used for hooking and pulling, e.g., the branch of a tree2transto hook and pull somethingHina-guy tu etan neita-gey ni lameh ni bayya-ba et hannak al-a.He hooked and pulled down the guava fruit before I was able to get it.7.3.2.8Pull-en/-in-
ha-ketstato be wedged, lodged or jammed in a confined spaceInggasin ku etan di keyew ey nekedpuh di neiha-ketan tu et ma-gah.I stepped on the wood and it was dislodged from where it was wedged and it dropped.8.2.7.3Wedged in, stuckmei- -an/nei- -an
ha-kupsp. var.ahkuptransto beat as in a race or to overtake someoneHa-kupen tuka lad dalan.He will overtake you on the road.Hinelikub dadda helag Benjamin ey nampedug da edum ni bimmesik et ha-kupen daddad appit ni kasimmilin aggew di Gibeah. (Judges 20:43)They (the Israelites) surrounded the descendants of Benjamin and chased after them and overtook them east of Gibeah.Simlakhing-en/-in-Class 4F Adjacency/Adjoining of an object
ha-lattransto change or replace somethingIha-lat mu killum mud etteteng.Replace your pig with a bigger one.7.5.6SubstituteiC1-/iN-Class 3D Move an object with a resulting change of state
ha-lebtransto get water from any source other than a spring, e.g., river, pondSprings are the source of drinking water for villages.Yad kulukul hu tu hina-leban ni danum ni impanenum dan inhaeng dan kennen.It was in the creek where he fetched the water that they used in cooking the food.6.6.7.2Conveying water-an/-in- -anClass 5C Goal oriented sites
ha-nintransto block or hide something from sightHa-ninim eya latlatuh et eleg ang-angen idan tuu.Block that photo so that the people will not be able to see it.Endi tuun tu integan hu kengkeh et tu ha-ninan. (Luke 11:33 a)No one lights a lamp and then hides it (from sight).Simhani 12.3.1.5Visible-an/-in- -anClass 5A Changing state of site by adding something
ha-patdial. var. ofahpat
ha-peytransto place something under the sun to dryKamengimlag law etan inha-pey kun detag tep na-let petang. The meat I placed under the sun is becoming dry because the heat is strong.7.5.9PutiC1-/iN-Class 3A Move and position an object at a site
ha-wanvto tie or loop a rope around ankles with a length between to help in climbing a pole or tree trunkPanha-wan ka hedin umkalab ka ma-lat eleg ka maeyunuh.Use a loop of rope around your ankles when you climb so that you will not slide down.Nanha-wan ni kinlaban tu. He used a loop of rope around his ankles when he climbed.7.2.1Manner of movementmaN-/naN-Class 1C: Purposeful activities or actions
ha-weynthe lead singer in the Ifugao Hudhud epic chant 4.2.3.3Sing
ha-yungtransto dry objects by placing on shelves over the fireplacePiggad mu etan neiha-yung ni pagey di huguhug ma-lat mekahha-yungan ida.Turn over the bundles of rice on the shelves so that they will be well-dried.Simhalaghuul7.3.2.6Put in
haad sp. var. ofha-ad
hab-attransto replantHineb-atan kun emin hu netey.I replanted all that have died.Mu panheb-asi hu kinhal ni kalkal ni pagey.Go and replant the rice that was eaten by the locusts.Pigantu mu neneb-atan ida etan ni nangketey?When did you replant those that were dead?6.2.3Plant a field-an/-in- -anClass 5A Changing state of site by adding something
hababtransto cover or fill a hole with soilHinebab dan kaalman etan neku-kuan di dallin yu.They filled up the hole outside your house yesterday.Simtabab7.3.2.6Put in-en/-in-Class 4A Changes the structure of an object
habak1nrattan basketHinegap tu dakel ni habak.He wove many baskets.2transto weave baskets with rattan stripsAg ida um-ali ingganah hebbaken dan emin indaddan dan ewey.They won't come until they weave all the rattans they have prepared.Ida kamenebbak ni lagba.They are the ones weaving baskets.Simhagap 1lagga6.6.4.2Weaving baskets and mats-en/-in-
habal1nsweet potato fieldKinan ni ulha habal di Tomas.Tomas' sweet potato field was eaten by wild-pigs.6.2.1.3Growing vegetables2transto make a sweet potato field by clearing trees and brushHinamblan tu lani eman muyung da makyew law nunya tep agtu manggabutan.He made a sweet potato field in their forest before but now it is filled with trees because he did not clean it.Kankuy heblan kun nunman ey eleg tu.I said I'll make a sweet potato field there, but he refused.Hipa nenabal etan ni sinamman Bukalen ni kapih?Who made a sweet potato field where Bukalen had planted coffee?-an/-in- -an
habangvto visit; an old word for arrivalSimdateng 1