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A Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of the Swatow Dialect, Arranged According to Syllables and Tones/hiⁿ

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— hìⁿ —

hìⁿ7318519 To sprinkle with a liquid.
hìⁿ cúi; to sprinkle with water.

hìⁿ7216412 To fling with a sudden jerk; to shake off.
hìⁿ khui; cast aside. chíu hìⁿ cheng-khih; shake your hands clean of it. hìⁿ tīo eng-têng; shake off the dust. cháu-chîeh hìⁿ cheng-khih; shake the mat clean. hìⁿ kàu i cêk sin cúi; shook himself and spattered the water all over her. hìⁿ măng; to shake out a net. i khṳ̀ kìⁿ i, khṳt i hìⁿ pûah lô̤h khṳ̀; he went to see him, and was shoved aside by him so rudely that he fell down. i hìⁿ chíu, m̄ khéng lí; he flirted his hands as a sign that he would do nothing about it. saⁿ-ńg hìⁿ tît, cò̤ i khṳ̀; straightened his sleeves with a flirt, and went off. saⁿ tîeh hìⁿ tît, khṳt i phâk, cìaⁿ bŏi jîo; the clothes must be shaken and snapped till they are straight, then when dried they will not be wrinkled. hìⁿ kàu hn̆g-hn̆g lô̤h khṳ̀; shook it off so violently that it was flung to a great distance. hìⁿ gê; to snap and shake the jaws, as after tasting something that is offensive. nĭo-hóⁿ kă sí-kang-kíaⁿ hìⁿ gê; a tiger snapping his jaws after biting into a castaway infant. cêk tńg cū hìⁿ gê; if he puts his nose in it once he will not want to do it a second time.

hîⁿ197575 The string of a bow.
keng hîⁿ; keng cĭeⁿ hîⁿ; the string of a bow. phah cêk tîo hó̤-hó̤ kâi keng hîⁿ lâi kah cí kâi keng; make a good bow-string for this bow. kîaⁿ keng-hîⁿ pí kîaⁿ keng-pù kṳ̆n ho̤h cōi; it is much nearer if you follow the diameter rather than the circumference of the circle.

hîⁿ1971205 A stringed instrument of music.
saⁿ-hîⁿ; a three stringed guitar. tôaⁿ saⁿ-hîⁿ; thrum on a guitar. kṳ̀ hîⁿ; play the violin. jī-hîⁿ; a rebeck with two strings. mîaⁿ-ke kṳ̀ jī-hîⁿ; skillful in playing the rebeck. gûeh-hîⁿ; a round guitar. hîⁿ sùaⁿ tn̆g khṳ̀; the string of the fiddle has broken. cêk ki hîⁿ; a one stringed fiddle. hîⁿ soiⁿ hûa hó̤; first atune the instrument. i ka-kī ŏi kṳ̀ hîⁿ lâi hûa i ka-kī kâi khek; he can accompany his own songs on the viol.

hĭⁿ7201280 The ear; the organ of hearing; a handle.
hĭⁿ thìaⁿ; ear-ache. hĭⁿ khang; the aperture of the ear. hĭⁿ sái; ear wax. kau hĭⁿ; to scrape the ear passages. kau tīo hĭⁿ-sái; to dig the wax out of the car. hĭⁿ tûi; the lobe of the ear. hĭⁿ tô̤; the ear. hĭⁿ kíaⁿ mn̂g; the outer ear. úa chin hĭⁿ thiaⁿ-kìⁿ; I heard it with my own ears. hĭⁿ lâng; deaf. lâu hĭⁿ lâng-kôi; to have matter exude from the ear. hĭⁿ kau; ear-rings of a hooked shape. hĭⁿ hŵn; ear-rings. kùa hĭⁿ kàu; wears ear-rings. chng hĭⁿ; to pierce the ears. hĭⁿ kau-thūi; the drops attached to an ear-ring. thong hŵn hĭⁿ kau; an ear-ring with a pendant ring. sŭn huang hĭⁿ; an ear that detects a favorable wind. choiⁿ lí ngán, bw̄n lí hĭⁿ; eyes that see a thousand miles, and ears that hear ten thousand miles; the two attendants of the Queen of Heaven. hĭⁿ lāi căi; has sharp ears. sak hĭⁿ khang; to plug up the ears. aⁿ hĭⁿ khang; to cover the ears with the hands. hĭⁿ khang sak cháu cúa, màiⁿ khṳ̀ thiaⁿ i; stuff your ears with brown paper, and do not heed him. cía ūe cē thiaⁿ cū tîeh sóiⁿ hĭⁿ; after hearing this talk one should wash his ears. hĭⁿ mâk chùi phīⁿ seⁿ lâi lóng-cóng ngía; all his features are handsome. hĭⁿ chôiⁿ; an ear-broom. uai hĭⁿ; to clean out the ears. kuah tīo hĭⁿ; to cut off the ears. cai hĭⁿ cìⁿ; wear an arrow through the ear as a punishment. hĭⁿ pê; an ear-rake. pit-pô̤ hĭⁿ; bat-eared. hĭⁿ pô̤ khàm-khàm; lop eared. hĭⁿ khìa-khìa tīam-tīam thiaⁿ; ears alert listening intently. ue hĭⁿ; the ears of a pot. hóⁿ hĭⁿ cháu; the strawberry geranium. ŭ cêk khí ciⁿ bō̤, ŭ nŏ̤ kâi hĭⁿ hó̤ khàm hĭⁿ; there is a sort of felt cap with tabs to cover the ears. hĭⁿ cím; a pillow having a hollow for the ear. tíaⁿ-kíaⁿ hĭⁿ; the ears of an iron pan. sang pôiⁿ cò̤ nŏ̤ kâi hĭⁿ hó̤ khîeh; make ears on the two sides to hold it by. àiⁿ lîah ngio to sĭ kŭaⁿ i kâi hĭⁿ ío cōi; in catching a kitten one generally holds it up by the ears.