List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 102

hulungawan

Cebuano

outlet



hulunghúlung

Cebuano

v. 1. look for something very intently. Gihulunghúlung ang bátà nga nawálà, The people were searching for the lost child; 2. look around for something without publicising that one is looking around. Naghulunghúlung kug láing trabáhu kay tagdugay ming swildúhan sa ákung gialagáran karun, I’m secretly looking around for a new job because we’re always late in getting our pay where I’m working now.


hulungihong

Cebuano

n. rumor


hulungíhung

Cebuano

n. rumors. May hulungíhung nga patyun ang prisidinti, There are rumors that the president will be assassinated.


húlup

Cebuano

v. 1. alight on. Ang sanga nga gihulúpan (gihudpan) sa mga langgam, The branch the birds are perching on. Pagkáun nga hihulupan (hihudpan) ug lángaw, Food that the flies alighted on. 2. for a bird to swoop down on its prey. Mihúp ang banug ug nakadagit ug pisù, The hawk swooped down and got a chick.


hulus

Cebuano

v. 1. strip leaves off the stem. Paghulus ug dáhun sa kamunggay kay utánun, Strip off some malunggay leaves to cook; 2. see hurus.


hulus

Cebuano

v. lower something attached on a string which passes through a pulley. Hulusun (ihulus) nátù ang láyag kay mudunggù na ta, Let’s lower the sail now because we are going to drop anchor.


hulusayon

Cebuano

adj. problematical


húlut

Cebuano

v. threaten someone with an instrument or, by extension, to do something serious to him. Muhúlut nang banáha ug sundang ug mag-áway ug ang asáwa, That husband threatens his wife with a bolo when they quarrel. Ang maistrung naghúlut sa paghagbung sa mga istudiyanti, The teacher who threatened to fail the students.


huluy

Cebuano

see hiluy.


Hulyo

Cebuano

n. July


Hulyu

Cebuano

n. 1. July. see abril for verb forms. 2. time of the year when there is little to eat, so called because the year’s big harvest, the panúig, comes just after July, and the previous harvest does not last until the panúig. Ang mga datù wà makailag hulyu, The rich haven’t experienced hard times.


hulyut

Cebuano

a. lax in carrying out a course of action. Ang mga ginikánan nga hulyut kaáyu ug disiplína tubagun ug anak, Children answer back if parents are lax in their discipline; v. be easy-going, relaxed about doing something Klási ni sa trabáhu nga dílì ka makahulyut, With this sort of work you can’t just take it easy.


húm

Cebuano

n. 1a. home base in games; 1b. shout uttered upon reaching home; v. 1. run for home; 2. reach home base, make a home run; 3. engage in sexual intercourse (humorous). Wà makahúm ang bána gabíi kay hubug, The husband couldn’t do it last night because he was drunk. -anan(←) n. place used as home base.


humabdos

Cebuano

stepchild


stepdaughter


stepson


humabdus

Cebuano

see humablus.


n. stepchild.


humad

Cebuano

v. clean rice and let it dry partially to store it. Humara (ihumad) ang humay úsà hipúsa, Clean the rice and let it dry partially before you store it.


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