Vernacular - English


hakyab1vfor a fowl, usually a chicken, to lay eggsHimmakyab ida etan epat ni i-innan manuk mi.Our four hens are laying eggs. 2G Processes
hakyab2transto jump up in order to reach something higherIta-gey mu hu pengihha-adan mu eyan detag tep hakyaben ni ahhu et kennen tu.Put that meat on a higher place because the dog will jump for it and eat it. up-en/-in-Class 4F Adjacency/Adjoining of an object
hakyudtransto scoop or dip water with a utensilHinakyud tun emin hu danum di baldih et immen law di banga.He scooped all the water from the pail and so it is now in the pot.Ehel mun Dinamling et tu panhakyuden hu danum di palyuk ma-lat memag-anan.Tell Dinamling to go and scoop out the water from the vat so it will get dry. something out of something-en/-in-Class 4D Release, remove or detach object
halabtransto roast young rice over fireInhalab dan maaggew hu binallun inetud payew Ginnamay.They roasted the young rice that his mother harvested in Ginnamay's field.Ida kamenellab di Intugal nan Bantullay ey daka i-anteng ngi-ngi tep napassiken ulpun Intugay ni apuy ey neatungan.Intugal and Bantullay were roasting young rice and they were laughing because Intugay's thigh was struck by fire and was burned.Kaw yad paul yuka pengihhellabi?Do you roast young rice on cane-sticks? methodsiC1-/iN-Class 3D Move an object with a resulting change of state
halagtransto dry objects by placing on the shelves over the fireplaceRice bundles and firewood are the two most common objects put on the shelves for drying. Meat may also be smoked there as well as wet clothing placed for drying.Piggad mu etan neihelag ni pagey di huguhug ma-lat mekahhalagan ida.Turn over the bundles of rice grains on the shelves so that they will be well dried.Simha-yunghuul7.3.2.6Put in
haldettrans1to intensify an action; to make an action strongerHinaldet tun lina-lu hu ulun ahhu ey neminhakkey ni netey.He hit the head of the dog very hard with a pestle and so it died right away.Inhaldet tu hu pewek ni hileng et mangkeyahyah hu atep ni baballey.The typhoon intensified during the night and the roofs of houses were removed., iC1-/iN-2to start an actionThis word is generally used about actions that are repeated, i.e. actions that start and stop and start again and again.Himmaldet law hu a-apput ni a-appeh. The song competition has now started.Himmaldet hu ganghad Baley di Joseph ni hambatengan et menattayyaw ida tuu ingganah ni mahmahdem.The gong beating at Joseph's house started in the afternoon and people kept dancing until the evening. again8. continue doing somethingThis sense may relate to Sense 2, i.e. the concept of starting and stopping an action. In this case, to continue is not durative, instead it is the idea of continuing to repeat the action.Emin itsun makulug ni kamengu-unnud nan Apu Dios ey ihaldet tayun man-a-appeh ni penaydayaw tayun hi-gatu gapuh ni am-amleng tayu, tep humman dedan lebbengtun pehding tayu. (Psalm 33:1)All of us who truly follow the LORD, let us continue to sing our praises to him because of our happiness, because that is fitting for us to do.iC1-/iN-4sound a gongImpehaldet da gangha et maneyaw.They sounded the gong and he danced.impe-
haledutransto scoop a spinning top onto the palm of the handEhel mun Jory et haleduen tu hu bawet hedin pelungngey ku.Tell Jory to scoop the top onto his palm when I spin it.4.2.7Play, fun-en/-in-Class 4C Convey/bring object toward agent
haleitandial. var. ofaldattan
halekemtrans1to do something in advance of another thingInhalekem tun inhel ni hi-gak.He told me in advance., sequenceiC-/iN-2to do something earlier than usualEleggak amta hu gaputun nengihelakeman dan namgay di payew da.I do not know the reason why they planted rice earlier than usual in their rice-field.
halemvto go beyond a standard or the normHimmalem liput tu.His wound is deepMuka hellemi inum et humman hu kenayun ni kakamebutteng.You drink too much and that is why you are often
halemanInf. ofhalemvto do something early in the morningHaleman kallin kabbuhhan.Go early tomorrow morning.Yan newa-waan tu ey himmaleman idan limmaw e ingguyud dadda hu kebayyu da. (Genesis 22:3)The following day, they went early in the morning, leading their donkey. of the day-an /-imm- -anhimmaleman
haleng1npine treeDakel haleng di E-bunan.There are plenty of pine trees in E-bunan.Synbelbel1.5.1Tree2stafor an area to have many pine treesNehalngan ni emin hu kedunduntug diman.All mountains there are filled with pine -an
halengebstato faint; to be unconsciousNehalengeb hi Judy tep neatun nanteyed ey nemahhig hu petang.Judy fainted because she was tired walking uphill and the heat of the sun was so intense.Simalimudeng2.5.6.4Lose consciousnessme-/ne-Class 6A Physiological process – state
haleptransto catch fish in the river by dammingA dam is built to cut off water supply in order to see and catch fish in the dammed area.Dakel hinilep dan udingangan.They caught many fish.Kami nenalep di wangwang di Antipolo ni kaalman.We went to catch fish in Antipolo river yesterday.6.4Hunt and fish-en/-in-Class 4C Convey/bring object toward agent
haleungdial. var.hallaungnan old term for a house or homearch
halhaltransto crack a tube-shaped object such as a bamboo tube for carrying waterHinalhal tu etan tungbu ni kinapyam. He cracked the small bamboo tube that you made.Nehalhal etan alweg ni bingkah Ramon di dallin di baley da.The bamboo tube that Ramon threw outside from their house is cracked. Simpehal7.8.2Crack-en/-in-Class 4A Changes the structure of an object
halibunnutstato be in a cluster, e.g., fruitNehalhalibunnut hu lameh ni lituku.The rattan-fruit is clustered. of thingsme-/ne-Class 6B Process or state of inanimate objects
halidungna hat or anything to cover head to protect from rain or sunSimtaddung 15.3Clothing
haligunupna traditional religious prayer ritual for the protection of animals4.9.5.2Pray
halikubtransto surround someone or somethingHellikuban dakaddan u-ungngan dettengan tayud baley mi.The children will surround you when we arrive at our house. in a circle-an/-in- -anClass 5A Changing state of site by adding something
halintransto round up domestic animals, or fowl to drive them to another area or to pen themYu halin ida etan killum et ikubkub yudda.Go and round up the pigs and put them in the pigpen.6.3.1Domesticated animal-en/-in-Class 4F Adjacency/Adjoining of an object
halinewtransto take good care of something or someone, humans or animalsHi-gak hu mengihhellinew ni manuk dan hanlingguan ni lawwan dad Kiangan.I will take care of their chickens for one week when they go to Kiangan.Inhahalinew nan ina etan intanem kun guggullu et aye limmameh law.My mother took care of the citrus tree that I planted and so now it has borne fruit.Simpaptek4.3.4Do good toiC1-/iN-Manner Adverbial Predicates
haliptransto throw a flat object that flies in a skimming mannerThe flat object may consist of any material, e.g. stone, wood, metal, plastic, and is held between the thumb and index finger when throwing.Impahelip tu etan neda-pay ni batu.He threw the flat stone in a flying or skimming manner.Simhagelip7.3.1.1Throwimpa-
halitna symbol consisting of three pieces of wood carved like a two-bladed bolo placed on the front of a house after the henga religious ritual has been performedDakel halit di baley da.There are many halit on their house.Diniluh dan kuheyaw hu halit.The placed blood on the halit.Ida kamengapyan halit tep manhehngadda.They are making a halit because they will perform the henga-ritualYad atep di petek ni habyen daka pengihha-adin halit.It is in the roof at the door's direction where they are placing the halit.4.9.8Religious things
haliwtransto charge someone for wrongdoing; to fineInhaliw da Battulen tep nenakew ey hina-kupan da.They fined Battulen because he stole and they caught him.Hedin yad Antipolo ida takut lakin mekia-angngun bii tep ida kaum-ihliw hu tuu.In Antipolo, boys are afraid to be flirting with girls because they will fine us.Antan pansiwsiw tep um-ihliw ida.Don't be mischievous because they will fine you.Ya takew tu hu nengihliwan dan hi-gatu.They fined him because he stole., um-/-imm-Manner Adverbial Predicates