a. 1. tight in fit. Huut kaáyu ang ákung sapátus, My shoes are very tight. Huut ang takub. Gáhing tangtángun, The cover is on very tight. It’s hard to get it off; 2. tight in feeling. Huut kaáyu ang ákung tunlan tungud sa kahadluk, My throat was tight with fear; 3. crowded. Huut kaáyu ang sinihan, The moviehouse was very crowded; v. 1. stuck or wedged tight. Ang bábuy mihuut sa imburnal, The pig got stuck in the culvert. Ihuut ang kálù sa úlu, Put the hat tightly on the head; 1a. for the chest, throat to tighten; 2. fill up a space entirely. Ang íyang nawung mihuut sa ritrátu, Her face filled up the photograph. (←) a. very crowded; v. be jampacked. Naghúut ang mga pumapálit sa baratilyu, The buyers jampacked the bargain sale. pa- v. 1. jam something in s.w. 2. practice pahuut sorcery on someone n. kind of sorcery causing swelling and rapid death. The leaves and bark of a tree with magical properties are caused to come into contact with the skin of the intended victim either by hanging them in his path or by rubbing them onto him.