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from the leaves of the Kirai or Nipah palm tree. Hatĕup ĕurih, thatch made of long alang-alang or ĕurih grase. Atta, C. 20. a branch. Polatta, from Pol, C. 424, a cocoanut, and Atta, C. 20. a branch. Cocoanut leaves so called in Ceylon, made into Ataps for thatch. (Jav. atěp, (Symbol missingJavanese characters))

Hatĕupan, to cover with ataps; to thatch.

Hatur, to put or set in order, to arrange- to make a proper distribution of work. Aturanawa, C. 20. to spread, to scatter. (Mal. idem. Jav. to offer, to relate to a higher person.)

Haturan, arrangement, a setting in order. Report on any subject.

Haturkĕn, to make a report; to bring to the notice of.

Hauk, grey, a dirty white colour. Discoloured from any cause. (Batav. dâ-uk.)

Haung-haung, to roar as a tiger; to howl as a large beast of prey. Hence Maung, a tiger.

Haur, a variety of Bambus, with very thick wood. The haurs are more used as posts, than for splitting.

Haur China  Bambusa Floribunda, the thin Chinese Bambu.
"Chuchuk "Blumeana, the thorny variety.
"Géulis or Héjo "Viridis, the green sort.
"Konéng "Agrostis or Striata, yellow sort.
"Tutul "the spotted variety.

Hawa, arabic, breath, air; affection, desire, lust; inclination, will, wish. Hawa, C. 791 any feminine act of amourous pastime, or tending to excite amourous sensations; coquetry, blandishment, dalliance, (هَوًي, hawan, amor; affectus, cupiditates; هَوَاءٌ, hawâon, aer.)

Hawa, arabic, is the name by which, in Java, Eve, the first woman, is known. (حَوَي)

Hawara, early, coming soon to perfection; said of plants, paddy &c. Early, premature. Paré hawara, early paddy, which soon ripens. Hawara amat datang, how early you have come. (Awara in Scr. is rather oppositely hinder, posterior!)

Hawhĕn, a tree- Elæocarpus glaber.

Hawu, the native fire place, used in their bambu houses. It is a stand made of clay mixed with several ingredients, usually about a couple of feet long by 1½ foot broad, fitted with openings above to set cooking pots over the fire made underneath (Jav.(Symbol missingJavanese characters) pawon from (Symbol missingJavanese characters) awn (abu) ashes.)

Hayam, a fowl, the domestic fowl- Gallus. Anak hayam, a chick, a chicken.

Hayam-ayaman, a wild fowl found in swamps. (What likes upon fowls).

Hayang, to desire, to long for, to wish. Hayang ka hilir, I wish to go down the river, to visit the sea board. Hayang holodo, I hope it will be fair. ((Symbol missingJavanese characters) Jav. hayĕng is to go round about, to stroll).