List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 109

hungog

Cebuano

loggerhead



hungog

Cebuano

lout


hungog

Cebuano

ngkulang


hungog

Cebuano

simpleton


hungog-hungog

Cebuano

adj. nutty


hungot

Cebuano

cup


hungù

Cebuano

see nguhù.


hungug

Cebuano

a. stupid, lacking in intelligence and capacity to perceive, learn; v. be, become stupid. ka- n. stupidity. Sa ímung kahungug nabuak ang básu, Because of your stupidity the glass broke. sa ímung ka- expression of disgust at someone for saying something stupid. Dag-an sa ímung kahungug. Pildi bayà ku, What do you mean I won? You ass, I lost.


hungus

Cebuano

see hunglus.


húngut

Cebuano

n. bowl made out of three-quarters of a coconut shell. nawung ug — round faced, like a húngut. dílì — ang kalibútan there are plenty of fish in the ocean (lit. the world is not a coconut shell). Sahug dì ka mangasáwa nákù. Maáyu mag húngut ning kalibútan, So what if you don’t marry me. Fine, if this world were a coconut shell (but it’s not); v. make, make into a coconut-shell bowl.


hungut

Cebuano

v. for a boil to swell. Talibutu ang hubag nga maghungut, The boil that is swelling is about to erupt.


hunguy

Cebuano

v. do something stealthily without anyone’s notice. Muhunguy lang mug pangáun dì mu mangagda? Are you going to eat by yourselves in secret without inviting us? Nakahunguy ang mga girilya pagsulud sa garisun, The guerrillas were able to sneak into the garrison. Ihunguy ning sulat pagtúnul níya, Give her this letter secretly.


hunhun

Cebuano

v. 1. pull down something which wraps or encloses something Duha ka táwu ang nagpugung sa íyang buktun ug láin ang mihunhun sa íyang panti, Two men held her arms while another pulled her panties down; 2. for solids (grains, sand, powder) to settle, sink gradually to a level. Muhunhun ang bugas kun uyúgun ang gisudlan niíni, The rice grains will settle if you shake the container. Naghunhun ang bungdù sa lubung, The mound of the grave is gradually settling; 3. for the hair to fall out. Mihunhun (nahunhun) ang ákung mga buhuk nga kaspahun, I lost lots of hair because of dandruff; n. hair which has fallen out. Daghang hunhun nga nadá sa ákung pagsudlay, My comb was full of hair after I finished combing it.


huni

Cebuano

melody


huni

Cebuano

n. music


húni

Cebuano

n. song, musical sounds. Ang paburítu kung húni, My favorite song. Ang húni sa busay, The song of the waterfall; v. make melodious sounds. Naghúni na ang mga mangliw, The katydids are singing. mag-r- n. musician. mahuníun a. melodious. paN-, panúni n. 1. quality of singing, intonation and pitch; 2. tone of voice. May dalang kasukù ang panúni sa íyang tíngug, His voice carried a note of anger; v. for the voice to sound a certain way.


huni

Cebuano

sing


huni

Cebuano

song


huni

Cebuano

tune


húnit

Cebuano

a. 1. tough and resilient. Húnit ang tsitsarun, lisud usápun, These pork rinds aren’t crisp. They’re tough and resilient and difficult to chew; 2. being strong and firm, resistant to breakage. Húnit kaáyu ning plastíka, Dì man mabuak ug dukdúkun, This is tough plastic because it doesn’t break when you pound it. 3. difficult to come by. Húnit kaáyu ang trabáhu run, Work is hard to come by these days; 4. resistant to doing something Húnit nga mga dalikdik, Stubborn streaks of dirt that won’t come out. Húnit siya nga musugut, It is difficult to get her to accept the marriage proposal; v. 1. be tough and resilient; 2. become tough, resistant to breakage; 3. put up resistance to doing something Naghúnit ku sa pagrikumindǎr níya, I am hesitant to recommend him; 4. hold something nearly severed by a thread. Gamayng pánit na lang naghúnit sa ákung tudlù nga natigbasan, A little bit of skin was all that was holding my finger when it chopped off. ka- n. strength to resist tension, tensile strength. -un a. having great tensile strength.


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