List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 22

hamburdyir

Cebuano

n. hamburger sandwich; v. make hamburgers.



hambuy

Cebuano

v. 1. keep the catch submerged so it stays fresh for a period of time; 2. hang fish above the stove or fire to dry. Walà ni ibulad sa adlaw. Gihambuy lang ni sa abúhan, We did not dry this in the sun. We just hung it over the fireplace. -in- n. 1. fish submerged in water for a period of time. Prisku tan-áwun apan hinambuy diay, They look fresh but actually they were submerged in the water; 2. fish dried at the fireplace.


hamì

Cebuano

n. sores at the corners of the mouth; v. have sores at the corners of the mouth. Gihamì ang táwung hinabákù, The man developed sores in the corners of his mouth because he smoked too much. hamiun a. having these sores.


hamil

Cebuano

v. 1. smooth out abaca fibers and sort them into strands preparatory to making rope. Naghamil siya ug lánut pára himúung písì, He is sorting out the abaca fibers to make into rope; 2. for plants to be flattened, bent completely at the base. Hamilun (ihamil) sa kusug nga hángin ang kamaisan, Strong winds will bend and flatten the corn. (←) v. see hamil, 2. a. smooth, velvety to the touch. Hámil kaáyu ang sídang sinínà, A silk dress is very smooth. hamilhámil v. stroke gently. Hamilhamíla (ihamilhámil) ang tíyan sa bábuy, Stroke the pig’s stomach gently.


hamili

Cebuano

adj. grand


hamílì

Cebuano

see pílì.


hamilsing

Cebuano

see hamílì. see pílì.


hámir

Cebuano

n. the hammer of firearms.


hámis

Cebuano

a. 1. smooth, velvety to the touch. Hámis nga pánit, Smooth skin. Hámis kaáyu ang balhíbu sa kabáyù, The horse has velvety hair; 2. even-textured surface. Hámis nga kútis, Skin without a blemish; 3. for the sky to be completely cloudless; n. outermost layer of skin. Nalúkut ang hámis sa íyang buktun nga nabanggud sa batu, He smashed his arm against a rock and the skin was scraped off; v. be, become smooth.


hamis

Cebuano

adj. silky


hamis

Cebuano

smooth


hamis masidlak

Cebuano

luster


hamis masidlak

Cebuano

shine


hamlag

Cebuano

v. jump playfully on someone or on one another. Natumba ang usa ka bátang gihamlágan (gihamlag) sa usa, One of the children fell when the other jumped on him. (→) v. lunge at in an attack. Ug hamlagan (hamlagun) ka sa irù, ayaw ug dágan, If a dog lunges at you, don’t run.


hamlig, hamlug

Cebuano

a. damp and moist; v. 1. become damp and moist. Nahamug ang panaptun nga gipabuntagan sa gawas, The cloth that was left outside overnight got wet; 2. moisten by sprinkling. Ang pila ka lugas nga ulan ígù lang mihamug (naghamug) sa yútà, The few drops of rain just barely moistened the earth; n. action of moistening.


hamluy

Cebuano

a. 1. smooth and slippery. Hamluy ang halwan, The snakehead is a slippery fish; 2. for a variety of something to be esp. smooth and easier to eat or drink than the ordinary. Hamluy kaúnun ang mímis, Mímis rice goes down easily; v. pass through easily due to smoothness and slipperiness. Mihamluy lang sa íyang tutunlan ang lísu sa santul, The santol seed just slipped down his throat.


hamon

Cebuano

n. ham


hamos

Cebuano

nasty


hamoy

Cebuano

lick


hampak

Cebuano

lick


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