List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 120

huygu

Cebuano

v. 1. do something in a lively and uninhibited way. Mihuygu ug panáyaw ang mga batan-un pagtukar sa kumbu, The young people danced animatedly when the band played. Dílì mi makahuygug tábì basta náa ang prinsipal, We can’t gossip freely if the principal is around; 1a. have freedom to do something Dì nang bayhána makahuygug pangílad dinhi sa Sibu kay nutádu na nà, That woman can’t get away with her swindling in Cebu because she is well known; 2. perform an action, make a move. Naghulat lang ang babáyi nga makahuygu ang ulitáwu, The woman is just waiting for her suitor to propose; n. 1. freedom to do what one wants. Hatágan kug huygu ang ákung anak sa pagpílì sa babáying íyang pangasaw-unun, I will give my son the freedom to choose whoever he wishes to marry; 2. animated portion of the kuratsa dance; 2a. exclamation encouraging brisk movement, esp. in the kuratsa. 3. baby’s trick. Dúna na say bag-ung huygu nga nakat-unan si Dyí. Matas dága na sad, Jay learned a new trick—blinking his eyes. — túdu v. do something as much as one can or wants to. Mihuygu túdu kug dágan pagkakità ku sa anínu, I ran as fast as I could when I saw the shadow. Wà mi makahuygu túdu ug ínum kay kúlang ang ámung kwarta, We could not drink to our hearts’ content because we didn’t have enough money.



huyhuy

Cebuano

a. for the shoulders to slump. Huyhuy ang abága nga miulì si Nistur tungud sa kapakyas, Nestor went home with drooping shoulders because he failed; v. for the shoulders to droop.


huyhuy

Cebuano

n. sound of repeated huy’s said to make a horse get going; v. command a horse to go. Mitarúti ang kabáyung gihuyhuy sa kutsíru, The horse trotted when the rig driver said getty-up.


huyhuy

Cebuano

sag


huyhúy

Cebuano

see huy.


huyhuy

Cebuano

wilt


huyonghuyong

Cebuano

quicksand


huyop

Cebuano

gust


huyop

Cebuano

n. blow


huyop

Cebuano

puff


huyop sa hangin

Cebuano

n. draft


huyop sa hangin

Cebuano

n. gust


huyù

Cebuano

a. compassion, tender. Huyù ang panagway ni Hisus nga nakigsulti sa mga tinun-an, Jesus talked to his disciples with a tender look on his face; 2. soft, courteous. Mibalíbad siya sa huyung tíngug, She refused in a soft and courteous tone of voice; v. 1. be tender, soft-tempered. Way makahuyù sa gáhì níyang kasingkásing, Nothing can soften his hard heart. ka- n. state of being compassionate.


huyuhoy

Cebuano

breeze


huyuhoy

Cebuano

n. gust


huyuhoy

Cebuano

zephyr


huyúhuy

Cebuano

n. breeze.


n. mire, a place which looks like solid ground but is deep mud.


huyup

Cebuano

v. 1. blow air. Tugnaw basta muhuyup ang amíhan, It’s cold when the northeast wind blows. Huypa ang ákung samad, Blow on my wound; 2. blow something away. Gihuyup sa hángin ang mga papílis, The wind blew the papers away. Gihuypan níya ang libru sa abug, He blew the dust off the books; 3. treat an ailment by huyup. n. 1. action of blowing; 2. folk treatment of illness whereby the doctor whispers magical words on the ailing portion of the body and blows softly on it three times. (←) n. a children’s game of blowing rubber bands with the mouth; v. play this game. huypanay see húyup.


húyut

Cebuano

see húsud.


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