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habitual liar, someone who is agalu-un 2ga.lu.ˈʔunNsomeone who is a habitual liar
habitually rulesmagdala1dalaVs.o. habitually rules; governs
habitually-derides, s.o.mag-odoyVs.o. habitually-derides
habitually-restingmaglagdenglagdɜŋvb.act.habitually-resting2.4.5Rest
habitually-smoothes off rough edges, s.o.magbasbas2mag.bas.basVIf a person magbasbas a piece of wood or stone, he is smoothing off the rough edges by shaving or chiseling.Simkulutan
habitually-think aboutmag-anenganengvb.cognhabitually-think about3.2Think
habitually-worship s.th.magsimbaVhabitually-worship s.th.
hab-prunes back branches, s.o.magpanadekVs.o. hab-prunes back branches
hack off a large portiontipak1 1tipakSCE.hack off a large portionder.pigtipakder.tipaken2
hack off a large portion of s.th. , willtipaken2tipakVIf someone will tipaken an rough board, they will hack off everything outside a line usually with an axe or bolo.
hacking off a large portionpigtipakVhacking off a large portion
hadawūn 2ʔa͡uninf. var.anext.has; have; had9.1.1.1Exist9.1.1.3Have, ofcontr.ayder.nyawunder.pigkawunder.pyampaka͡awun2
hailbatu na ayisbatu na ayisn.phr.hail1.1.3.4Snow, ice
hair cowlick, one’skulipes 1kulipɜsn.possda swirling hairgrowth on some people’s headcalled a cowlick2.1.5HairAnatanatomy
hair curls, one’skeletn.possdthe curls in some people’s hair2.1.5Hair2.1.1Head
hair hang loose, letsugayengsugayɜŋSCE.let hair hang loose
hair into bun or knot, formungusʔuŋusSCE.form hair into bun or knot2.3.1.8Appearance
hair rollerspalungananNhair rollers
hair, s.th. is covered withbulbulanVs.th. is covered with hair
hair, stand upmatedegvb.statIf one’s hair matedeg, it refuses lay down and stands up instead2.1.5Hair2.1.1Head
hair, whiteuban1ʔu.banNIf a person is older and their hair is uban, it is white in color2.1.5Hair8.3.3.3.1White
half asleepdalepdepdalɜpdɜpVhalf asleepPagdalepdep ku kumanggabi dyumateng kamu.When I was half asleep you arrived.
half the volume of s.th., havekyasakalanvb.stathave half the volume of s.th.
halo around the moon or sunpayung 1payuŋNA payung is a halo around the sun or moon caused by suspended ice crystals.
halyardbantingbantiŋNhalyard; stays
hammerbuntukˈbun.tukNhammerder.mamuntuk
hammer something, s.o. will repeatedlymamuntukVs.o. will repeatedly hammer somethingMamuntuk aku sa kalabu.
hand it to me (cmd)dimiliVhand it to me (cmd)
hand it to s.o., willdimilanVwill hand it to s.o.
hand of, onesansipi'sansipiʔadj.cnt.one hand ofUsed when counting one bunch of bananas
hand on s.o.’s head, putdampawSCE.put hand on s.o.’s headder.dampawun
hand on s.o.’s head, will placedampawunVwill place hand on s.o.’s head
hand palm lines, one’skulis1 1kulisn.possdthe lines on the palm of one's handSimkatala-an22.1.3.1ArmAnatanatomy
hand spans, eightwalu nga dangawadj.Phr.eight hand spans
hand todimildi.milSCE.hand toder.dimilander.dimilider.pigdimil
hand, mit-likepungu1puŋun.possdmit-like hand2.5.4.5Birth defectder.migpungu2
hand, one’skemel 1kɜ.ˈmɜln.possda person’s whole hand2.1.3.1ArmAnatanatomy
handcuffspusaspusasNPusas is any kind of handcuffs, commonly used by police or military.
handed s.th. to someonepigdimilVhanded s.th. to someone
handlingpagdala2pagdalaRLdyalaNhandling; carrying
hand-to-hand combat with s.o., to be inpigsukubVto be in hand-to-hand combat with s.o.standing face to face fighting as opposed to wrestling on the ground.
hang looselyluslus1luslusSCE.hang looselyder.nyaluslus2
hang loosely in placegangi' 2gaŋiʔVhang loosely in place
hang onsalay3 1salayNIf something is salay, it is continuing on or hanging on such as one's illness, or an overcast sky but usually implies a positive attitude.id.salay da
hang on (such as a nail) by a strapsalang1ˈsa.laŋRLsyalang2SCE.hang on (such as a nail) by a strapder.magpasalangder.nyasalang2der.pigsalang2der.salangen2
hang on to with hands, s.th. toka-uyutvb.stats.th. to hang on to with hands
hang up ( from a nail or peg), willsalangen2salaŋVwill hang up ( from a nail or peg)
hang up by suspending on s t , willsabitan2sabitVwill hang up by suspending on s t Sabitan ya sukatan adti dingding.+Suspend the woven container from the wall.
hang up to dry s.th.pigbidayVhang up to dry s.th.
hanging aroundtuminenVhanging around; standing around