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

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— hûeⁿ —

hûeⁿ2367512 Crosswise; athwart; transverse; horizontal.
pàng hûeⁿ; place it crosswise.
khîa ka-ne-hûeⁿ; carry it horizontally.
hûeⁿ ûeh, tît ûeh; the horizontal strokes and the perpendicular strokes.
hûeⁿ-hûeⁿ tît-tît ho̤h cōi tîo; of both the upright ones and the transverse ones, there are a great number of bars.
i kâi jī sía lâi, hûeⁿ sĭ hûeⁿ, tît sĭ tît; his writing is in right lines, the horizontal lines are horizontal, and the perpendicular are perpendicular.
hûeⁿ-chúa; askew.
hûeⁿ koi; a cross street.
hûeⁿ hāng; the lane that runs at right angles.
ŭ kúi têng hûeⁿ tō? How many ferries are there to cross? pái hûeⁿ; arrange transversely.
hûeⁿ-sîa; cris-cross.
cúa tîeh lì tît m̄ hó̤ lì hûeⁿ; must tear the paper lengthwise, not crosswise.
hio-hûeⁿ; cross-grained.
cò̤ sṳ̄ khah hûeⁿ-pà; does things too perversely.
hûeⁿ-hûeⁿ pà-pà; truculent.
hûeⁿ-seⁿ tò̤-súaⁿ; a cross presentation at birth.
hûeⁿ kîaⁿ; go counter to.
hûeⁿ kîaⁿ tī ĕ; go athwart everything.
cau hûeⁿ hŭa; meet unexpected calamity.
i kâi mīn seⁿ hûeⁿ nêk; he looks mulish.
hûeⁿ sì tōa kùe tît sì; he is broader than he is long.

hūeⁿ8597513 A cross-piece, rung, or brace, holding vertical bars in place.
siah cêk ki lâi cò̤ hūeⁿ; hew out one strip for a cross-piece.
mîn-chn̂g hūeⁿ; cross-pieces bracing the legs of a bedstead.
pâk nŏ̤ ki hûeⁿ kâi lâi cò̤ hūeⁿ; fasten two horizontal slats as crossbars.
lâng-kang hūeⁿ; the cross bars of a balustrade.
i phak tŏ̤ lâng-kang hūeⁿ kò̤ íam; she leaned on the baluster, peering over.
íⁿ hūeⁿ; rungs of a chair.