<poem> hu'ja-ni, to rain upon. hu'jat, mnj-hu'jat, blasphemy, libel ; to speak evil of, calum- niate, libel, blaspheme. hu'jong;, end, extremity. hu'jonj ta'nah, cape, point of land, peninsula. hu-ka'ma (Ar.), learned men. hu'kum (Ar.), judgment, sen- tence; decree, laAv, com- mand; rule, jurisdiction. hu'kum is'lam, the laws of Is- lam. hu'kum yaty 'a'dil, just rule. b-ri' hu'kum, to give an order. ja'toh-kan hu'kum di a'tas o'rarg, to condemn. k'na hu'kum, to suffer punish- ment. pu'tus-kan hu'kum, to pro- nounce sentence. s-pu'loh hu'kum Al'lali, the Ten Commandments (X.). hu'kum-kan, to judge, sentence, punish. hu'ku-man, punishment, hu lam, uncooked vegetables eaten with curry. hulat, see n.lol. hu'lor, mrg-liu'lor, -lean, to ex- tend, stretch out, hold out (as the hand) ; pay out, low- er away (as ropes). Cf. unjok. hu'lu, the head, the upper part or source of a thing, the hilt of a sword or dagger, the upper reaches of a river, the interior of a country. Cf. Tcpala, udek and hilir. hu'lu lia'ti, the pit of the stom- ach. hu'lu k-ris', the hilt of a kris. dhulu or dahulu, see dhulu. o'rarg hu'lu, people of the in- terior. prg-hu'lu, a chieftain, headman. piy-hu'lu kam'poiy, the head- man of a village. pnj-hu'lu Tca'wal, the comman- der of a guard. pnj-hu'lu ms'jid, the headmara of a mosque. hu-lu-ba'latg, commander of a; body of soldiers, officer. hu'ma, cultivated land, dry rice- fields = ladarg; as opposed to- satcah, wet rice fields. Cf. bndarg, which is applied botln to dry and irrigated fields. ber-hu'ma, to cultivate such fields. per-hu'ma'an, cultivated land,, the crops raised. hun (Chin.), an inch; also a? measure of weight. hu'nus, mrg-hu'nus, to draw ai weapon from its sheath, un- sheath; also chabot. hur', hnr'kan, to indulge. hu'ruf (Ar.), letters of the al- phabet. hu-ru-ha'ra, disorder, distur- bance, tumult, riot. hu'tan, jungle, forest, wild un- cultivated country. Cf. blu- kar and rimba. hu'tan b-lan-ta'm, wild jungle. hu'tan riin'ba, forest or pri- meval jungle. a' yam hu'tan, jungle fowl. ba'bi hu'tan, wild pig. o'rarg hu'tan, wild men of the- jungle. pi'sarg hu'tan, wild banana. hu'tai^, debt, loan; owing, due. ba'i/er hu'targ, to pay a debt. b-ri' hu'tan/, to lend, loan.
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