List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 31

hanggat

Cebuano

v. have someone join in an activity. Hanggáta siya pagpanihápun sa átù, Bring him home for supper. Hanggáta siyag sinumbagay, Challenge him to a fight.



hanggaw

Cebuano

a. be a jerk, without common sense. Hanggaw giyung bayhána. Bísag kulatáhun sa íyang bána mudukut lang gihápun, What a stupid fool that woman is. No matter how her husband mistreats her she sticks to him anyway. Gisugal sa hanggaw ang kwartang igpapálit ug pán, The jerk gambled away the money he was given to buy bread with; v. get to be a jerk.


hanggrinid

Cebuano

see han-grinid.


hanggup

Cebuano

see halanggup.


hanggup

Cebuano

v. take a hot drink. Mihanggup kug ínit nga kapi antis kung milakaw, I took a drink of hot coffee before I went out.


hanggus

Cebuano

v. 1. for something to be abraded due to friction. Ang lamísang gigúruy mauy nakahanggus (nakapahanggus) sa sáwug, The table scratched the floor because you dragged it. Nahanggus ang ákung bitíis nga nabwásut sa salug, My foot slipped into an opening on the floor and I suffered abrasions on my leg; 2. smooth a piece of wood, bamboo strip, coconut midrib, or the like by scraping. Hanggúsi ang tukug ug gílit, Smooth the coconut midrib with a razor blade.


hanghang

Cebuano

v. 1. for infants to have their mouth open, yearning for food. Naghanghang ang gutum nga pisù, The hungry nestlings have their mouths open; 2. see halhal.


hángin

Cebuano

n. 1. air. Wà nay hángin ang hásag, The pressure lantern has no more air; 2. wind, breeze. Mibulhut ang hángin gíkan sa dágat, The wind blew in from the sea; 3. breath or air as necessary for the body, stamina. Daling malúya kay kúlang sa hángin, He tires easily because he has no stamina; 4. mere talk, idle words. Kargádug hángin ang íyang sinulat, His article is mostly hot air; 5. force, agency that carries something along or influences something Unsang hangínay nagdala nímu dinhi? What brought you here? 6. see bintus; 7. in phrases: birdi nga — n. a draft that makes a person ill when his back is exposed to it, esp. when perspiring. dautan nga — n. an ill wind that carries with it certain evil effects. Muhurus gánì ang dautang hángin, dúnay balatían nga muabut, When an ill wind blows, an epidemic will break out. itum nga — ill wind that brings serious pestilence or death. pabur sa — for a sail to be square before the wind, so as to catch the full force. Túlin ang sakayan kay pabur sa hángin, The boat is moving fast because it is catching the full force of the wind. may — crackpot, full of crazy ideas. a windy. Hángin kaáyu rung adláwa, It is very windy today; v. 1. become windy. Mulawud siya bísag maghángin, He goes out to sea even if it is windy; 2. be blown by the wind. Dat-úgi nang mga papil kay hangínun unyà, Put a weight on the papers because the wind might blow them away; 3. get puffed up, conceited. Nagkahangin siya sukad marayna, She has been puffed up ever since she was made a beauty queen; 4. be missed by a hairbreadth. Nahanginan ang ákung úlu sa bála, A bullet missed my head by a hairbreadth; 5. be crazy. Kubad siyang musulti, mu rag gihanginan siya, He speaks off the subject as if he were crazy. pa-(→) v. expose oneself to the wind draft. Magpahangin ta sa baybáyun, Let’s get some air at the seashore. Giubu ang bátà nga gipahanginan, The child was exposed to the draft and caught a cold. -an(→), balat -an(→) n. kind of sea cucumber that shrinks greatly when taken out of the water. ka-an n. atmosphere, air space. pwirsa sa ka-an n. Air Force. -un a. crackpot, characterized by silly and impractical ideas. Hangínun kaáyu siyag mga plánu. Anus-a gud nà musalir? He’s full of batty ideas. How could that ever succeed? -un(→) ug útuk a. boastful. Lábung manulti kay hanginug útuk, He exaggerates because he is boastful.


hangin

Cebuano

n. air


hangin

Cebuano

n. wind


zephyr


hanging kusog

Cebuano

n. cyclone


crosswind


hanginon

Cebuano

gusty


hanginon

Cebuano

windy


hángir

Cebuano

n. clothes hanger; v. put clothes on a hanger. Hangíra (ihángir) ang tanang bláwus, Hang all the blouses up. Gustu ku sa plastik nga mauy hangíran, I prefer to hang my clothes on plastic hangers.


hangit

Cebuano

v. get irked or irritated to the point of anger. Nahangit ku kadugáyan sa íyang paggaugau, His derision finally got my goat; a. annoying, maddening. Hangit kaáyu ning maglimpiyu ta sa báy unyà ang uban maglingkudlingkud lang, It is certainly maddening to clean the house while the others just sit around.


hangitan

Cebuano

n. selvage edge of something woven, special weave at edge of something woven to keep it from getting undone.


hangkab

Cebuano

see angkab.


hangkub

Cebuano

a. fitting well into something v. fit well into something Muhangkub (mahangkub) ning sapatúsa níya kay paríha mag numiru, These shoes will fit him well, for they are the right size. Ang luag kung sinínà nagkahangkub na kay mitambuk man ku, My shirt was loose, but it is getting snug on me because I’m gaining weight.


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