List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 112

hupay

Cebuano

subside



huphup

Cebuano

v. subside, sink down to a lower level. Ug muhuphup na ang túbig sa linung-ag hináyi ang síga, When the rice water goes down, lower the fire. Mihuphup na ang hubag pagbutu, The boil went down after it came to a head.


húping

Cebuano

v. 1. put long things carefully and neatly together to make a thin flat grouping. Kinsay muhúping sa mga tabákù nga manutúhun? Who will flatten out and pile the tobacco leaves neatly together? Hupínga ang nagkalkag mung buhuk, Smooth out your hair. It’s all disheveled; 2. flatten something out by rubbing the hands over it. Hupínga nang mantil nga kunut, Smooth out the tablecloth; a. smoothed out, piled and pressed together neatly. pa- v. groom the hair flat; n. preparation for grooming the hair.


húpit

Cebuano

v. 1. have something sticking to it such that it is hard to get off. Naghúpit ang samput sa tái, Feces are sticking to his rump. Nahúpit (gihupítan) ang buhuk kay napitlan sa tsuwinggam, Her hair is all stuck together because chewing gum got into it. Naghúpit ang papílis kay basà, The papers stuck together because they were wet; 2. be soaked through so that the clothing, hair, feathers stick to the body.


hupong

Cebuano

abundant


hupong

Cebuano

n. swell


hupot

Cebuano

obtain


huptan

Cebuano

n. hold


huptan

Cebuano

v. have


huptan

Cebuano

v. keep


huptan

Cebuano

v. possess


hupù

Cebuano

v. 1. crouch down to stay hidden. Mihupù ang kawatan likud sa kural, The thief crouched behind the fence; 2. duck, lower the head. Wà ku maigù sa búla kay mihupù ku pagkalit, The ball didn’t hit me because I ducked suddenly.


hupukhupuk

Cebuano

v. for the body to be pale and swelling slightly. Muhupukhupuk (manghupukhupuk) ang ákung bitíis ug mukáun kug bábuy, My legs swell slightly and get pale if I eat pork.


hupung, húpung

Cebuano

n. sickness characterized by swelling or puffiness all over the body; v. 1. swell with this disease. Mihupung (mihúpung) ang íyang áping ug túhud. Gihúpung tingáli siya, Her face and knees are swollen. She probably has húpung; 2. become full of an emotion or feeling. (→) a. 1. swollen with this sickness; 2. full of an emotion. Hupung sa pagmáhay ang íyang tubag, Her answer was full of regrets. paN- see húpung.


huput

Cebuano

v. 1. obtain, possess something abstract or something rare and especial. Wà pay nakahuput ánang matánga sa aláhas dinhi, No one here has ever come to possess that sort of jewelry. Talagsaung katakus nga íyang gihuptan, The extraordinary ability that he possesses; 2. have dominion, rule over. Ang Ispanya mihuput sa Pilipínas ug kapin sa tulu ka siglu, Spain ruled the Philippines for more than three centuries.


húpuy

Cebuano

v. for someone visibly angry to cool off. Nahúpuy ku sa ákung kasukù paghílak níya, I cooled down when she cried. (→) a. having a subdued, not excitable disposition. Gáhì suk-un ang hupuy nga táwu, It’s hard to provoke a mild person.


hupyà

Cebuano

n. hopia, a kind of Chinese rounded pastry consisting of a flaky crust with a bean or meat filling; v. make or prepare hopia.


hupyak

Cebuano

a. sunken. Hupyak kaáyu ang dughan sa tisísun, He has T.B. and has a sunken chest; v. become sunken. Muhupyak ang áping basta matigúlang na, The cheeks become sunken when one gets old. Nahupyak ang kík, The cake fell.


v. make angry, threatening gestures and words. Kusug siyang muhurabhurab nátù ug masayup ta, He threatens and frightens us when we commit mistakes; n. angry and threatening words and gestures.


hurádu

Cebuano

n. judge for contests. Gitimbangtimbang sa hurádu ang mananáug sa banggà, The board of judges is deciding on who will be the winner of the contest.


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