List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 113

hurahura

Cebuano

v. be eager and excited. Naghurahura siyang nagpakisáyud sa risulta sa burd, He was eager and excited asking about the results of the board exams.



hurahura

Cebuano

v. hurry someone up in a bossy manner. Gihurahurahan sa purman ang mga kamaníru, The foreman hurried the street cleaners up.


hural

Cebuano

see hurar.


huraminta

Cebuano

see hiraminta.


huramintádu

Cebuano

v. run amok. Maghuramintádu ku ug dì ku nímu sugtun, I will run amok if you do not accept me; n. one who runs amok.


huramintu

Cebuano

n. 1. oath-taking; 2. pledge a soldier makes as to the number of years he will serve; 3. term of office; v. pledge to serve a number of years. Mihuramintu ug tulu ka túig ang rikulúta sa armi, The army recruit pledged to serve three years.


hurar

Cebuano

v. 1. surrender, give oneself up to another’s power or control. Ug ikay makigláyug nákù dì ku muhurar nímu, If you want to fight me, I will not surrender to you; 1a. make attempts at reconciliation by being the first to speak. Nag-úlì na mi kay mihurar siya nákù, We have made up now because she spoke to me. 2. make an oath to do something Mihurar ang tistígu sa pagtug-an sa tinúud, The witness swore to tell the truth. Mihurar siya pagkamayur, He took the oath of office to become mayor; n. one who has surrendered.


húrat

Cebuano

v. look at someone fiercely or show something to someone to intimidate him. Gipaguwà níla ang ílang armalayits arun sa paghúrat sa mga butanti, They brought out their rifles to intimidate the voters. Mikúrug ku dihang gihurátan ku sa bágis, I trembled when the toughie glowered at me; n. display of something that threatens.


húraw

Cebuano

v. 1. drive someone or something away. Huráwa ang bábuy nga nangáun sa kamúti, Drive away the pig that is eating the sweet potatoes; 2. scold someone severely and loudly using abusive language and, usually, gestures. Ang inahan sa dalágang ámung gibugalbugalan mauy mihúraw námù, The mother of the girl we made fun of scolded us severely; 3. threaten gravely. Gihúraw sa blakmílir nga itug-an ang asáwang naglaki, The blackmailer threatened to divulge the wife’s illicit relations; 4. drive someone into working faster. Ayaw kug huráwa kay magkasáyup hinúun, Don’t hurry me because I’ll only botch it up; n. threat. hurawhúraw v. for a person of lower station to make an improper joke with a person of higher station. Gihurawhuráwan ku sa bátà nga nakísì nu ákung karsúnis kay giut-an, The child made a disrespectful joke when she asked me if my pants were torn because I broke wind; n. disrespectful banter. hurawhurawan a. given to disrespectful jokes.


huríkì

Cebuano

n. kind of lizard fish.


hurimhurim

Cebuano

n. magical prayers said to give supernatural powers or protection from harm (slang).


hurisdiksiyun

Cebuano

n. jurisdiction.


hurnáda

Cebuano

n. 1. work bee where the members may or may not be paid; 2. round in a contest, e.g. boxing. Sa únang hurnáda natikíu dáyun siya, He was felled by a T.K.O. on the first round; v. 1. do something by a work bee. Mihurnáda ang tanan paghinlù sa plása, Everybody participated in a work bee to clean the town plaza; 2. do something in a large group. Naghurnáda silag ínum pagkadawat sa búnus, They went together on a drinking spree upon receiving their bonus.


hurnu

Cebuano

see hudnu.



hurot

Cebuano

consume


hurs

Cebuano

n. 1. horse in a chess piece; 2. one’s girl friend or mistress (from kabáyù, n. 2—slang).


hurspáwir

Cebuano

n. horsepower; v. have, provide with (so-and-so) much horsepower.


huruhuru

Cebuano

n. 1. a throbbing, continuous sound of ‘broom broom’. 2. action which could be characterized by this sound; v. do actions which cause this sort of sound: 1. shiver with cold. Naghuruhuru siya sa katugnaw, He was shivering with cold; 2. burn with a roaring flame. Naghuruhuru ang dakung dáub, The big bonfire is roaring; 2a. for one’s love to be intense. Naghuruhuru giyud tingáli ang pagbátì sa duha kay nalímut man sa ílang kaugalíngun, The two must have fallen uncontrollably in love, for they have forgotten themselves; 3. scold severely and abusively; 4. drive someone to work in a hurry. Naghuruhuru siya nga ipahuman ang trabáhu, He rushed us up to finish the job; 5. be eager to do something Naghuruhuru siyang mupaúlì sa bakasiyun, She waited eagerly to go home for the holidays.


hurung

Cebuano

a. slow of understanding, not possessing much sense. Dì ka pa hurung, gipangáyù tà tu nímung suklì, If you were not stupid, you would have asked for the change; v. be, become stupid.


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