A Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of the Swatow Dialect, Arranged According to Syllables and Tones/him
— him —
歆him205769 To quicken.
him-ĭen; to long for. i-thóiⁿ tîeh sĭm sĭ him-ĭen; he longs for it as soon as he sees it. him-ĭen i kâi mûeh-kĭaⁿ; coveted his things. i bô̤ him-ĭen cí kâi; he has no great desire for this.
禁hìm4001138 To shut off the air; to smother.
hìm huang; to keep off the wind. hìm au; a covered cup. hṳ́ pâng lăi khah hìm khùi; the room is too close. cí kâi lêng-sn̂g-kùa kū lío, khàm lío hìm m̄ miⁿ; the cover of this steamer is worn out, and it does not shut the contents in closely when it is put on.
熊hîm2148610 A bear.
nŏ̤ ciah hîm; two bears. cí kâi suaⁿ sĭm-mih hîm hóⁿ pà piu to̤ ŭ; in this mountain there are bears, tigers leopards and panthers. hîm cíeⁿ; a bear's paw. hîm táⁿ; bear's gall. sĭ nâng-hîm a sĭ káu-hîm? Is it the brown bear, or the small white-necked bear?
睚hîm21098 To stare at threateningly; to look at angrily.
i kâi hîm i mih sṳ̄? Why does he look so angrily at her? nŏ̤ nâng tó̤ sie hîm; the two glare at each other. lṳ́ m̄ hîm i, cò̤ cai i hîm lṳ́? If you were not staring at him, how did you know he was staring at you?