List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 21

hambabayaw

Cebuano

n. a small to medium-sized tree with aromatic and velvety leaves which are used to scent bath water.



hambag

Cebuano

n. handbag, satchel carried in hand or slung over the shoulder; v. 1. use a handbag or satchel. Naghambag siyang nagdala sa mga libru, He carried his books in a satchel; 2. make into a satchel.


hambat

Cebuano

see hangbat.


hambaw

Cebuano

v. strike someone with something light in a sweeping motion. Hambáwa sa silhig ang irù, Shoo the dog away with the broom.


hambil

Cebuano

v. stack something neatly such that the edges are even. Hambíla (ihambil) ang mga plátu sa aparadur, Stack the plates neatly in the cupboard.


hambil

Cebuano

v. use something as a temporary cover or protection. hambilhambil v. utilize miscellaneous things to cover parts of something open or exposed. Dáhun ray naghambilhambil sa láwas ni Íbà, Nothing but leaves covered parts of Eve’s body. Kartun nga ihambilhambil sa nagkagusbat nílang balungbálung, Cardboard to patch up their dilapidated shanty; n. miscellaneous things used as a protective cover.


hambilika

Cebuano

see anghilika.


hambin

Cebuano

v. 1. carry something by folding up the front part of one’s skirt or shirt and putting it in the folds. Namansa ang palda nga gihambínan sa lumbuy, Her skirt got stains from the lumbuy fruits she carried in it. 2. bear something inside of it. Mga búngang naghambin ug mga lísu, Fruits bearing seeds. Kinabúhì nga íyang gihambin, The life she carried within her; 3. have a feeling, condition within oneself. Kasákit nga ákung gihambin, The grief I bear. Dúna siyay gihambin nga kayugut, She is nursing a grudge.


hambog

Cebuano

adj. haughty


hambog

Cebuano

boast


hambog

Cebuano

vain


hambubúkag

Cebuano

n small flying lizard of dragon-like appearance, but bright green and dwelling in trees: Draco sp; n. liquid drink for treating asthma which is made from the ashes of this lizard.


hambubuyna

Cebuano

see hirbubuyna.


hambug

Cebuano

n. big talk, most often not quite true. Hambug lang kadtung mga pasálig. Sa pagkatinúud wà siyay púl, Those promises were pure big talk. She actually has no pull; v. 1. engage in big talk. Nanghambug siyang maprumútid íyang bána. Túu ka? She’s bragging her husband is going to be promoted. Do you believe it? Mau nang kagangkagánga ímung ipanghambug nákù? Is that jalopy the car you’re showing off? a boasting, engaging in big talk. -in- a. done in a showy, braggart way. Hinambug nga sinayawan, Dancing in such a way as to show off; v. doing something in a showy way. Naghinambug siyag pangasábà sa suluguun, She is showing off, cussing out the servants; n. things said in bragging. -íra see -íru (female). -íru a. given to engaging in big talk, showing off; v. become a braggart, show-off. -iruun, -iruhun of a sort that tends to show off.


hambugero

Cebuano

boastful


hambugírit

Cebuano

a. given to talking big, braggart (euphemism for hambugíru); v. become a show-off.


hambugirit

Cebuano

boastful


hambugon

Cebuano

snob


hambuk

Cebuano

v. loosen or soften soil around the base of plants or put loose soil or fertilizer at the base. Hambúkan ta ang mga tanum arun mulípang, We’ll loosen the soil around the plants to make them sturdy.


hambun

Cebuano

a. well-rested, fresh from not having been worked; a. frisky. Hambun ang kabáyù nga dílì kúlang sa pahúway, A horse that doesn’t lack rest is frisky. b. highly ready for sex after not having indulged for some time. c. virgin, land or sea that hasn’t been used much. Hambun pa kaáyu ang kadagátan didtu, The seas there haven’t been fished very much yet; v. get fresh and rested.


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