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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).