List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 3

habù

Cebuano

see halbù.



habubuyna

Cebuano

see hirbubuyna.


hábug

Cebuano

a. 1. high, lofty. Hábug nga pangpang, A tall cliff; 2. lofty in thoughts and aspirations. Hábug kaáyu ang ákung mga damgu álang sa ákung mga anak, I have high hopes for my children; v. be high or towering, physically or in aspiration. Naghábug lang ang hunàhúnà pagnigusyu apan way puhúnan, He has great ideas of going into business but he doesn’t have money. — ug pamarug tall in stature. — manulti talk as if one were someone important, of high standing. Hábug kaáyung manulti mu rag dì kagíkag pubri, He talks big as if he weren’t from a poor family. gi-un(→), ka-un(→) n. height, altitude.


habuhábu

Cebuano

n. light rain showers; v. shower.


hábuk

Cebuano

v. 1. fertilize plants with compost. Gihabúkan nákù ang mga tanum, I fertilized my plants with humus; 2. do something to make personal relations close (lit. nourish your friendship). (→) n. 1. humus, matter made from a compost pile; 2. area made solid by a hardened mass of garbage. Magbáy ka ibabaw sa habuk? Are you going to build a house on the mound of hardened garbage?


hábul

Cebuano

a. dull, not sharp; v. make something dull, be dull, not sharp. Mahábul ang gunting ug gamítun pagputul ug sín, The scissors will become dull if you use them to cut galvanized iron. (→) see hábul, a. -an(→) a. of a dull sort; v. be, become dull. Nahabulan na man núun ning gilit, This safety razor blade has become dull.


habul

Cebuano

n. seriously injured; v. be seriously injured.


habul

Cebuano

v. weave with a hand loom. Habla ang lánut, Weave the abaca fibers in a hand loom; n. see hablun, 1. (←) n. blanket, sheet, or anything used as covering for sleeping; v. 1. cover someone with a blanket. Habúli ang bátà, Cover the child with a blanket; 2. envelope, enshroud in an atmospheric condition. Búkid nga gihabúlan ug gábun, A mountain enshrouded in mist; 3. drink liquor before going to sleep. Maáyu níyang pagkatúlug kay naghábul na nag tubà, He slept soundly because he drank toddy before going to bed (lit. took toddy as a blanket). hablun n. 1. hand loom; 2. cloth woven in a hand loom; v. 1. see habul, v; 2. wear hand-woven cloth. halablan, hagbanan, hagbunan, hablunan, hablanan, halabúlan see hablun, n 1. habulhabul n. 1. thin membrane that separates the skin of the abdomen from the intestines and stomach; 2. thin membrane between the egg white and the shell.


habun

Cebuano

n. toilet soap. -íra n. soap dish, container for toilet soap.


habwa

Cebuano

drain


habwà, habwas

Cebuano

v. 1. remove something from a place, esp. from a container without tipping it. Habwáa ang kargamintu sa trák, Take the cargo out of the truck. Bagul lay ihabwà sa túbig, Use a coconut shell to bail the water out; 2. — ang kináun v. cause to vomit (remove what one ate from his stomach). Habwáun (ihabwà) giyud ang átung kináun ug musakay tas barku ug tinghangin, You surely will vomit if you sail in stormy weather; 3. go away from s.w. in large numbers. Nahabwà ming tanan ngadtu sa lungsud dihang may naghuramintádu, We left the village and took refuge in town when someone ran amok. Nahabwaan na mi sa balay, Only a few of us are left at home.


habyug

Cebuano

v. cast fishing line. Dílì ku makahabyug ngadtu sa lalum kay mabà ákung pasul, I cannot cast out into the deep water because my fishline is short. Ihabyug ug kusug ímung pasul arun muabut sa layù, Throw your line out hard so it will reach far out. paN- v. fish by casting a line; n. fishing by casting a line.


hád

Cebuano

see hálad.


hadag

Cebuano

see harag.


hadahon

Cebuano

adj. leafy


hadaw

Cebuano

see haraw.


hadígi

Cebuano

see halígi.


hadiyung

Cebuano

n. whizzing, whistling, buzzing sound; v. whistle or whiz by. Hángin nga naghadiyung, Whistling wind. Naghadiyung ang buyug, The bee buzzed. Nahadiyungan akug bála, A bullet just barely missed me.


hadlà

Cebuano

v. 1. play with a child to make it laugh or divert it. Hadláa ang bátà arun dì muhílak, Amuse the child so he won’t cry; 2. engage in horseplay. Naghadlà ang mga bátà sa sála, The children ran around in the living room; 3. for circumstances to be annoyance, as if teasing. Dagkung balud mihadlà sa barku, The huge waves played with the ship; 4. pet, engage in sexual foreplay; n. 1. playful teasings. Wà giyud pabangbang si Turyu sa mga hadlà sa íyang asáwa, Toryo’s wife failed to overcome his bad mood with her playful teasing. Ang mga hadlà sa kapaláran, The playful twists of fate; 2. foreplay. Ang hadlà gikinahanglan sa dì pa manghiláwas, Foreplay is necessary before the sex act. ma-un a. playful.


hadlok

Cebuano

afraid


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