List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 117

huthut

Cebuano

see haluthut.



huthut

Cebuano

v. collapse under heavy weight. Mahuthut ang salug ug palabian sa mga bisíta, The floor will collapse if there are too many visitors.


huthut

Cebuano

v. drain, exhaust someone’s wealth. Muhuthut sa katigayúnan ang súgal, Gambling drains off one’s resources. Gihuthut (gihuthútan) lang ka ánang babayhána, That woman is just sucking your money.


huthut

Cebuano

yelp


hútik

Cebuano

a. be all mud. Hútik ang tugkaran, The front yard is all mud; v. for an area to turn to mud. Muhútik (mahútik) nang dapíta ug dì butangag balas, That place will become muddy if you don’t put sand on it.


hutik

Cebuano

v. 1. for fish to snap at the bait. Ígù lang hutikan sa isdà ang paun. Mau nga dílì giyud matag-an, The fish just snap at the bait. That’s why you can’t hook them; 2. slightly hurt someone Gihutikan nákù ang bátag latigu, I struck the child once lightly with the whip; 3. engage in petting or making love (humorous). (←) 1. see hutik, 2. -ay v. pet or have intercourse; n. action of snapping.


hutil

Cebuano

n. hotel; v. stay at, make into a hotel.


hutináni

Cebuano

n. name of a modern dance; v. do this dance.


hutluk

Cebuano

a. drunk; v. be, become drunk or intoxicated with liquor. Nahutluk siyag ininum sa lambanug, He became intoxicated from drinking the nipa alcohol.


hutoy

Cebuano

whooping cough


huts

Cebuano

see hut.


hutuhot

Cebuano

gust


hutúhut

Cebuano

n. cool breeze; v. for a cool breeze to blow. Mihutúhut ang hángin gíkan sa búkid, A cool breeze came down from the mountain.


hutukhutuk

Cebuano

v. stay motionless, staring into space and blinking the eyes. Naghutukhutuk ka man. Nagdamgu ka? Why are you staring into space? Are you daydreaming?


hutútay

Cebuano

n. kind of Chinese soup with wanton noodles in it.


hútuy

Cebuano

n. heavy, prolonged coughing. Gihútuy ku sa pagkinatáwa, I broke into a coughing fit from laughing so much.


hutwang

Cebuano

v. for dogs to howl. Muhutwang ang irù ug makakitag panulay, Dogs howl when they see devils; n. howl.


hutwang

Cebuano

v. for the rumps to be exposed. Nahutwang ang lubut kay nawalis ang sinínà, Her behind was exposed because her skirt was blown upwards.


húum

Cebuano

v. 1. be confined such that air, gas cannot escape. Naghúum ang nagkalainláing báhù sulud sa sinihan, Various odors were stored up in the theater. Mihubag ang íyang núka kay nahúum kini iláwum sa plastir, His boil swelled because the plaster kept the noxious gas in it. 2. for something that provokes an intense unpleasant feeling to be pent up. Ang suliran nga naghúum sa íyang dughan, The problems that have been suppressed in her breast. Ayawg ihúum ang kayugut, Don’t repress anger.


huum

Cebuano

v. put a mouthful of food into the mouth to eat. Muhuum kug diyútayng kan-un kay gigútum ku, I’ll stick a mouthful of food into my mouth because I’m hungry; n. mouthful.


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