A Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of the Swatow Dialect, Arranged According to Syllables and Tones/ha
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呵ha215305 To breath upon, to warm with the breath.
ha i sie; warm it by breathing upon it. ha i ńng; soften it by breathing on it. màiⁿ khàu, úa kio lṳ́ ha cē; don't cry, I will breath on the hurt spot to assuage the pain for you.
孝hà193394 Mourning apparel.
cĭeⁿ hà; put on mourning. thut hà; put off mourning. tòa hà; in mourning. i tòa tī-tîang kâi hà? For whom is he in mourning? chēng hà hôk; wear mourning garments. i kâi hà-hôk múaⁿ a būe? Is his mourning suit completed yet? hà-hôk khin; light mourning. hà-hôk tăng; deep mourning. hà tn̂g; drape a hall in mourning. cêk-côi cĭeⁿ hà; assemble and put on mourning simultaneously.
束hâ779753 To gird; to cord up; to bind.
hâ ie; gird the loins. àiⁿ sṳ̆-lí cîah tîeh khîeh kò̤ ûi-ie khṳ̀ hâ; when you prepare supper you must put on an apron. cí hìeⁿ cōi ki hâ cò̤ cêk ē; bind all these in one sheaf. tîeh hâ-bûa cìaⁿ kōi khîeh; tie them in a bunch, then you can carry them easily. hâ thâu pò; a turban. hâ īe tòa; a girdle.
譟hâ779753 The noise of a crowd; a clamor; a disturbance.
hā-hā jíang; to vociferate with many voices at once. hā-hā-kìe cheⁿ-soi bûa khṳ̀; to shout and press forward, as to an attack in battle. kó cē híang, hā-cē-kìe cheⁿ-soi khṳ̀; when the drum sounds yell and rush forward to the attack. thiaⁿ-kìⁿ hā-hā siaⁿ, m̄ cai nâng jîeh cōi; heard the clamor of many voices, but did not know how many persons there were.