see huk (plural).
v. be doubled over in suppressed laughter. Naghukùhúkù mig katáwa sa maistrung wà makapamutúnis, We practically died trying to hold back our laughter because our teacher forgot to button his pants.
v. 1. pass judgment, give a verdict. Gihukman siyang sunúgun sa silya iliktrika, He was sentenced to death in the electric chair; 2. decide to do something Mihukum siya sa pag-apil sa banggà, She decided to participate in the contest; 3. have one’s say about an unresolved matter. Ug akuy muhukum sa pagbáhin, tung-un lang ang yútà, If I were to get my say, my advice would be just to divide the land between us; n. judgment, verdict, decision. hukmánan n. court. hukmánan sa únang lakbang n. Court of First Instance.
1. see higut, v, n; 2; n. a keepsake or token of relationship between lovers. Panyù ang hukut sa ílang panaghigugmaay, A handkerchief was the keepsake of their love.
n. abbreviation for Hulyu, July.
v. boast by telling a lie. Gihuwában mi níyang dakù siyag swildu, He boasted that he had a huge salary (when he didn’t); n. lying boast. -un boastful.