List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 119

huwebes

Cebuano

Thursday



Huwebes Santo

Cebuano

n. Holy Thursday


huwego

Cebuano

n. set


huwi-

Cebuano

for words with huwi- see also huy-.


huwis

Cebuano

n. judge; v. 1. be, become a judge. Huwisun siya sa Bugu, He will be made a judge in Bogo; 2. autopsy a murder victim to gather evidence. Gihuwisan únà ang minatay únà dad-a sa punirarya, The body was autopsied before it was brought to the funeral parlor. — dikutsilyu n. massacre of all civilians caught in an area. Tungud kay gipatay ang upisyal mimandù ang mga Hapunánun ug huwis dikutsilyu, Because an officer was murdered, the Japanese put out the order for a mass murder; v. conduct a massacre. — dipas n. justice of the peace.


huy

Cebuano

exclamation used upon greeting someone with whom one is intimate. Huy, Abil! Kumusta ka! Hey, Abel! How are you! huyhúy v. associate in a friendly way with (be on huy greeting terms). Dílì siya makighuyhúy sa íyang silíngan, She keeps aloof from her neighbors; n. friendly association. panaghuyhúy n. having feelings of amity toward one another.


húy

Cebuano

see hiluy.


huy-ab

Cebuano

n. yawn


huy-ab

Cebuano

v. yawn. Nagpanghuy-ab kung nagpaábut nímu, I kept yawning, waiting for you. paN- see huy-ab.


huy, hùy

Cebuano

n. 1. exclamation to attract immediate attention: hey! Hùy, nag-unsa ka man dihà! Hey! What do you think you’re doing? 2. exclamation uttered upon being provoked. Huy! Ngánung manghíkap man ka! Hey! What do you think you’re doing touching me!


huyad

Cebuano

v. raise the arms preparatory to striking. Gihuyad níya ang pinútì, He brandished his sword; n. action of doing so.


huyamì

Cebuano

a. 1. clumsy, awkward in movement; 2. moving lazily, without energy. Dúgayng makapanlimpiyu ang táwung huyamig linihukan, A person who moves lazily takes forever to get the cleaning done; v. be wanting in gracefulness and agility. Magkahuyamì ang linihukan sa usa nga hápit nang maulitáwu, A youth nearing adolescence gets awkward in his body movements.


huyamì

Cebuano

a. 1. poorly built, rickety in build; 2. fragile in health; v. come out poorly built. Mahuyamì (muhuyamì) ang ímung lamísa ug dì butangan ug brís, Your table will be weak if you don’t put braces on it.


húyang

Cebuano

a. 1. rickety, shaky. Húyang nga hagdan, Rickety staircase; 2. lacking in firmness, resolve, or will power. Húyang siya kaáyu. Dì makabalíbad, He’s weak-willed. He can’t say ‘no’. Ang táwung húyang húmuk matintal, A weak person easily gets tempted; 3. weak, not said with conviction or persuasiveness. Misugut siya sa usa ka húyang nga tangdù, He agreed with a weak ‘yes’. Húyang kaáyung pangatarúngan, Shaky arguments; v. for something built to be or become rickety, shaky or for someone’s will, argument to become weak; n. 1. weaker sex, women. Ang mga húyang nagpabílin sa báy, The weaker sex remained at home; 2. homosexual, man affecting effeminate behavior. (→) 1. see húyang, a. ma- a. very weak. ka- n. weakness, shakiness.


huyang

Cebuano

adj. fragile


huyang

Cebuano

adj. lax


huyátid

Cebuano

v. stretch the body or limbs. Pagmata nákù mihuyátid (nanghuyátid) ku, When I woke up, I stretched.


Huybis

Cebuano

n. Thursday. see birnis for verb forms. — Santu Maundy Thursday.


huygu

Cebuano

n. complete set of utensils or equipment. Huygu nga plátu, Set of china. Huygu sa sála, Living room set.


huygu

Cebuano

n. gambling game. paN- v. engage in gambling. Nanghuygu na pud ka bisag way kwarta, There you are gambling again, even though you have no money; n. the activity of gambling.


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