List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 27

hanbag

Cebuano

see hambag.



handa

Cebuano

ready


handà

Cebuano

v. 1. plan to do something Naghandà ming mangalígù sa dágat rung Duminggu, We are planning to go swimming on Sunday. Gihandáan ka nga iprumut, You are under consideration for promotion; 2. be about to do something, for something almost to happen to one. Mau giyuy pagbundak sa ulan sa dihang mihandà na untà ku paglakaw, The rain suddenly started pouring down just as I was about to go out. Kapila na siya handái nga mamatay sa dágat, Several times he came close to dying on the sea; 3. try placing something on something to find out how it fits. Walà pa gánì mahuman ang íyang sinínà íya nang gihandà, Her dress was not finished yet she already tried putting it on. handàhandà n. plans for an action. Pulus lang giyud handàhandà ang tanan; wà giyuy aksiyun, It’s all plans, no action.


handaan

Cebuano

reception


handag

Cebuano

a. slanting, leaning. Handag ra kaáyu ang ímung sinuwatan, Your handwriting slants too much. Handag ang túri sa Písa, The Tower of Pisa leans to one side; v. for something tall to be leaning to one side. Mihandag siya sa sandigánan sa lingkuránan, She leaned back in the chair with her buttocks forward. Handága (ihandag) pagsandig ang hagdan, Set the ladder in a slanting position.


handag

Cebuano

oblique


handag

Cebuano

rake


n. small tree: Pipturus arborescens. The white part of its bark is scraped and placed over dislocated bones to prevent swelling. The leaves are applied to eczemas.


handalanaw

Cebuano

see alindánaw.


handalas

Cebuano

a. steep and slippery. Handalas ang dálan padúlung sa walug, The path to the valley is steep and slippery; v. 1. glide swiftly down an incline. Mihandalas ang mga bátà sa bakilid, The children slid down the side of the hill; 2. run downwards, half sliding, half running. Mihandalas ang mga bátà sa hagdan, The children rushed down the stairs; 3. move out of a place at top speed. Naghandalas mig panágan pag-ulan, We got out of there as fast as we could when it started to rain.


handalítik

Cebuano

see handilítik.


handámay

Cebuano

see handalámay.


handánaw

Cebuano

see alindánaw.


handay

Cebuano

v. 1. place something long athwart something long. Akuy muhanday sa ímung buktun sa unlan, I’ll rest your arm on the pillow. Sanga ang gihandayan sa sumbuhan sa pagtumung, He rested the barrel of the gun on the branch as he took aim. Ákung ihanday ang ákung mga tiil sa ímung páa, Let me rest my legs on your thighs; 2. rest one’s upper back on something Muhanday ku sa unlan, I’ll rest my back on the pillows.


handicraft

Cebuano

handicraft


handig

Cebuano

v. 1. lean, cause something to lean against something Gustung muhandig ang masakitun sa unlan, The patient wants to rest his back on the pillows. Ayaw handígi ang basang pintal, Don’t lean on the wet paint; 2. get to be steep. Ug mahandig ang karsáda, iprimíra ang kambyu, When the road gets steep, shift to first gear; a. steep, sloping sharply. Kápuyng tangásun nang bungtúra kay handig, It’s tiring to climb that hill because it’s so steep. ka- n. steepness.


handilib-un

Cebuano

see gabun.


handilika

Cebuano

see anghilika.


handilítik

Cebuano

n. kind of shrimp around 6″, with small claws and of scorpion-like appearance. Edible, but not highly esteemed.


handog

Cebuano

present


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