v. count. Makaihap siya hangtud sa usa ka gatus, He can count to a hundred. Nag-íhap ang duha ka sugarul sa daug nga ílang gibakásan kay nakig-íhap man ang usa, The two gamblers are counting the winnings of the money they had put in together because one insisted on counting it. Ipha (ihapa) kun hustu ba ang gidaghanun, Count it to see if it is enough. Maihap ang ímung mga adlaw, bastus, Your days are numbered, you s.o.b. — sa lákang walk slowly. Mipaúlì siyang nag-ihap sa lákang, He went home slowly. — sa tudlù be few in number; n. 1. count, action of counting. Nagkalahì ang ámung ihap, His count came out different from mine; 2. things counted in preparing something for a number of people. Mikaun ang bisíta bísag way lábut sa ihap, The visitor ate with them even if he hadn’t been counted for when they were preparing. (←) intense counting, canvassing. Inigkahuman sa iliksiyun sugdan dáyun ang íhap, Right after the voting the canvassing of ballots will take place.
v. 1. slaughter an animal for food. Iháwa ang manuk karun, Slaughter the chicken now; 2. murder a person with a knife. Ayawg súkul ánang tigas, nakaíhaw (nakaihaw) na bayà nag táwu, Don’t pick a fight with that thug. He has already killed a man; 3. beat badly. Giíhaw mi sa ílang tím, We were slaughtered by their team; 3. abuse a woman sexually. Dad-un nátù siya sa util ug adtu nátù siya iháwa, Let’s take her to a hotel and abuse her there. -anan n. 1. slaughterhouse; 2. house that women are taken to for sexual intercourse. maN-r-(→) n. butcher. paN- n. butchering animals as an occupation.
v. broil. Mag-íhaw tag bangus, We will broil some milkfish. -in- n. broiled food.
(from háyup) v. tame. Ang kawbuy nag-iháyup ug kabáyung ihás, The cowboy is breaking in a wild horse.
1. expression of surprise: so, is that so! Ihi, náa ka diay dihà, So, there you are. Ihi, aku diay sugúun, Is that so! You’re going to give me orders, are you? 2. expression of warning. Ihi, paghinayhínay, Watch out, better go slow.
n. axle, rod which holds a wheel which turns. Íhi sa rilu, Crown stem of a watch. Íhi sa manubíla, Steering column, the part holding the steering wheel.
n. urine. — ug irù kind of toadstool, dirty white in color, about 2½″ tall with a flat top about 2″ in diameter; v. 1. urinate. Nakaihì ang bátà sa karsúnis, The child wet his pants; 2. have too frequent urination. Giíhì mi pagininum ug sirbísa, We kept having to urinate because we drank so much beer. paN- v. urinate. Adtu ta sa gawas mangíhì, Let’s go outside to urinate. ihìihì v. 1. urinate too often; 2. for a woman to get all wet from heavy petting (slang, euphemism). Nag-ihìihì ang ákung uyab dihang ákung gikulkug, My girl got wet because I got my finger into her. ka-un(→), kahid-un a. feel like urinating. pala-(→) a. urinating frequently.
n. 1. the smallest in a litter. Ang ihid nga baktin giumbáwan sa íyang mga igsúun, The runt in the litter was much smaller than his brothers and sisters; 2. youngest or smallest in a group. Sa mga bátà sa kasilingánan si Dyániy ihid, Johnny is the smallest kid in the neighborhood; v. be small for one’s age, stunted in growth.
v. go or bring something away unnoticed. Giihiran námù ang míting, We sneaked away from the meeting. Iihid ning úlu sa inasal ngadtu sa gawas, Bring this head of the roasted pig stealthily outside.