hanging in house, many thingspigsambel2sambɜlVmany things hanging in house
hangs down their head on their chest, someonenyatungayngayVsomeone hangs down their head on their chestAw nyatungayngay da ya ulu nan kay nyabugtu' da ya kanan ginawa.And his head hung down on his chest because he was now dead (lit. breath broke)
hard working, appearsmaseb 1maa.sɜbvb.statIf a someone is said to be maseb, it is a complement to him as being industrious and a hard worker.Oppmataka2.4.3Energetic
hard working, bekasebkaa.sɜbvb.statbe hard working
harden (powder)kyumesegkɜsɜgVharden (powder)Kyumeseg ya kapi adti lata.The coffee powder hardened in the can.1.3.2Movement of water
hardened towardpigpangkebbelanVpeople have become callousedUsed figuratively to describe people’s habits, minds, thoughts, heart--to become hardened or unfeeling toward something--usually doing evil deeds; or unfeeling toward someone’s needs.
harderbagsegen2̀bag.sɜgVmake harder; strengthen it
hardnesskabagseg2̀bag.sɜgvb.stathardnessSangunu ya kabagseg?How hard or solid is it?184.108.40.206Hard, firm
harvest any grain not gown in a paddypig-ani 2Vharvest any grain not gown in a paddyThis applies to harvesting wheat, barley, rye, oats, and upland rice. It does not apply to rice grown in a paddy. For this “piggalab” is used.
harvest by pulling down and breaking offsanggi'1saŋgiʔSCE.If people will mananggi' they will harvest maize corn by pulling down the ear and breaking it off.6.2Agricultureder.manananggi'der.nyanananggi'
harvest maize, s.o. willmanananggi'saŋgiʔVs.o. will harvest maize