List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 13

hakugon

Cebuano

adj. selfish



hakuhak

Cebuano

a. eating or drinking something greedily, as fast as possible. Hakuhak kaáyu nang mga batáa kay sígig hungit bísag ínit, Those children are very greedy. They shove the food into their mouths, even if it is too hot; v. get to be ravenous.


hakùhakù

Cebuano

see hatùhatù.


hakup

Cebuano

see haklup.


hakup

Cebuano

v. 1. scoop up with one hand. Mihakup kug usa ka kumkum nga mais, I scooped a handful of corn; 2. clasp something with one hand. Gihakup níya ang ákung kamut ug gilamánu, He took my hand and shook it. 3. embrace, seize or hold something by encircling it with the arms. Gihakup níya ang bátag midágan, He gathered the child in his arms and ran; 4. be gripped by an emotion or by a condition. Ang katálaw mihakup sa íyang galamhan, Cowardice gripped him. Gihakup (gihakpan) ang balángay sa kangitngit, Darkness enveloped the village; n. handful of something.


hakut

Cebuano

n. kind of large, black ant which inflicts a painful sting, usually found on coconut trees.


hákut

Cebuano

v. carry or haul something in several trips. Muhákut siyag túbig sa mga silíngan, He fetches water for the neighbors. Dyip mauy naghákut sa mga táwu sa simbahan, A jeep took the people to the church in several trips. Hakúta nang mga batu ngadtu sa gardin, Take those stones to the garden; n. 1. amount taken in one haul; 2. action of hauling. Usa ka hákut diyis písus, It is ten pesos per truckful or ten pesos each trip. -anan n. 1. place where something one hauls is obtained; 2. place where things are hauled; 3. something used in hauling things. -un(→), -únun n. things to be hauled.


hakwat

Cebuano

see sakwat.


hal-u

Cebuano

see alhu.


hal-up

Cebuano

v. 1. fit something over something Dintista ang maghal-up sa úru sa ngípun, The dentist puts gold caps on teeth. Hal-úpi ug láta ang pusti, Put a tin can over the post; 2. stuff something into something Nahal-upan ang grípu ug papil, The faucet had paper stuffed into it. Ayaw ihal-up ímung tudlù sa ímung ilung, Don’t stick your fingers in your nose.


Hal.

Cebuano

n. abbreviation for Halangdun, ‘Honorable’. Ang Hal. Gubirnadur, The Hon. Governor.


hala

Cebuano

[deictic, demonstrative pron.] Go on!


hala

Cebuano

[deictic, demonstrative pron.] OK!


hala

Cebuano

expression telling someone to do something a. urging. Hala, káun na, Come on. Eat now. Hala, sumbága, Come on! Sock him. b. acquiescing. Na hala, sígi, O.K., go ahead. Hala, bayinti na lang, O.K., twenty is O.K. c urging in a satirical way. Hala, sígig bilar, arun matísis nang ímung ubu, Go on, keep on staying up late, so your cough develops into T.B; v. 1. go along with something unhesitatingly. Ug hangyúun, muhala dáyun, If you ask him, he agrees to do it right away. Ug hagdun, muhala dáyun, If you ask him to join you, he agrees right away; 2. urge someone into immediate action. Walay naghala nímu sa kaminyúun ug karun magbásul ka na, Nobody urged you to get married, and now you are sorry. halla 1. expression of helplessness, upon watching something happen. Halla, natumba, There, it’s falling; 2. expression chiding someone Halla, káun, bisag gisakitag tiyan, Go ahead, eat some more even if you got a stomach-ache from it.


hálà

Cebuano

v. gather ears of corn that are maturing ahead of the rest of the crop. Muhálà kug mais kay nahurut nang bugas, I’ll gather ears of corn that are already ripe ahead of the rest of the crop because we have run out of food.


halá

Cebuano

warning of something unpleasant impending. Halá, gibuak nà nímung básu, Watch out! You broke that glass.


hálab

Cebuano

v. for a fish to strike at another fish that is hooked. Mamsà giyuy naghálab sa ímung kuhà kay largu giyung pagkaputul, It must have been a large fish that attacked the fish on your hook because he bit it clear through.


halab

Cebuano

v. for the stomach to throb with intense hunger pangs. Ikahumpay ni sa naghalab nímung tiyan, This will appease your hunger pangs.


halábas

Cebuano

v. 1. cut down something tall with a long swing of a blade. Habásun ku ning mga sagbut, I’ll cut down these weeds; 2. wipe out of existence. Habásun sa Diyus ang tanang dautan sa kalibútan, God will wipe out all evil on earth; 3. win an election with a sweeping victory. Si Iyù Hantuy nanghábas sa iliksyun, Uncle Hantoy won a sweeping victory at the polls.


halad

Cebuano

dedicate


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