List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 32

hangkub

Cebuano

a. keen about something, much interested in something Dílì kaáyu ku hangkub sa mga babáyi, I’m not terribly interested in women; v. 1. be eager to do something, enthusiastic about something Muhangkub pa untà sa trabáhu nang íyang mga anak, If only his sons would interest themselves in the work; 2. inspire enthusiasm. Talagsang kadásig paggámit sa bag-u níyang prupyidad nihangkub kaníya, A tremendous desire to use his new acquisition inspired him.



hanglas

Cebuano

a. very smooth to the point of being slippery. Hanglas ang salug nga bag-ung giispirmáhan, The floor has just been waxed and is very smooth and slippery; v. become slippery. Naghanglas ang ákung kamut tungud sa armirul, My hands are slippery because of the starch.


hangos

Cebuano

pant


hangos

Cebuano

wheeze


hangtod

Cebuano

conj. until


hangtod

Cebuano

till


hangtod anus-a

Cebuano

adv. forever


hangtod sa

Cebuano

adv. till


hangtod sa

Cebuano

prep. until


hangtod sa

Cebuano

prep. up to


hangtod sa

Cebuano

til


forever


hangtud

Cebuano

until, up to a point in space or time. Hangtud sa pusti mga bayinti mitrus, It is about twenty meters up to the post. Mutrabáhu ku hangtud sa alas dus, I will work up to two o’clock. Gitursi ku íyang kamut hangtud nga mihílak siya, I twisted his arm until he cried; 2. — (noun), (pronoun) even, including (noun), (pronoun). Hangtud ikaw, nawad-an sa pagtáhud kanákù? Have you lost your respect for me too? — sa —, kahangtúran forever, till the end of time (said of things that could terminate but will not). Higugmáun ku siya hangtud sa hangtud (hangtud sa kahangtúran), I will love her till the end of time. sa — forever (said of things that cannot terminate). Mipahúlay siya sa hangtud, He was laid to his eternal rest; v. stay, last long. Ang baratung klási dílì muhangtud, The cheap kind doesn’t last. Dì ka hangtúran ug mutsatsa ug mauy ímung dinad-an, No maid will stay long with you if that’s how you handle them. sa kahangtúran to eternity. Sa usa ka butu ang kinabúhì nabanlud sa kahangtúran, He was blasted to eternity with one explosion. walay kahangtúran endless, eternal. Ang gugma ku nímu walay kahangtúran, My love for you is endless. Kasábà nga way kahangtúran, Scoldings without end.


hangturan

Cebuano

n. limitation


hanguhag

Cebuano

see danghag.


hangul

Cebuano

a. 1. be overly desirous of eating something Hangul siyag mangga, He is crazy about mangoes; 1a. fond of an activity. Hangul siya ug bayli, He is fond of dancing; 2. selfish, greedy. Hangul kaáyu. Gustu iyáhun tanan, He is so greedy. He wants everything for himself. Hangul kaáyu ka, dílì manghátag bísag gamay, You’re very selfish. You don’t even give a little piece; 3. destitute, needy (Biblical). Ang mga hangul natigayun, The poor were ministered unto. (←) v. 1. begrudge, not want someone to have something one might have for himself. Kun náa pa lang kuy sápì, dílì ku muhángul nímu, If I had money I wouldn’t begrudge you any. Gihangúlan ta ba ka sa ímung gipangáyù? Did I ever begrudge you anything you asked for? 2. be greedy, gluttonous. Ang pagdilì makahángul (makapahángul) sa táwu, Not allowing someone to have something makes him more desirous for it than ever. Kanà lay ákung kahangúlan? Would I ever have a great desire for that? Who wants that? walay na- who cares about that (lit. no one has ever gotten overly desirous for that). Nía rag ímung bisiklíta, way nahángul, Here, you can have your old bicycle. Who wants it? ka- n. 1. greediness; 2. poverty-stricken (Biblical). kahangulhangul v. take to something greedily. Nagkahangulhangul kug káun ug pán kay wà ni sa ámù, I just love to eat bread because we don’t have it at home. Kining mga tagabaryu magkahangulhangul ug sini, Those country hicks are avid about movies. See also kinahanglan.


hangup

Cebuano

v. 1. embrace or greet with joy, esp. upon arriving. Muhangup ang bátà nákù inig-abut nákù sa balay, The child greets me with joy as soon as I get home. Naghángup dáyun sila sa ílang panagkítà, They immediately rushed into each other’s arms when they saw each other. Ayaw ku hangpa kay gisip-un ku, Don’t embrace me. I have a cold; 2. gi- be affected by the sickness hangup. n. ailment brought on by the spirit of a deceased relative whom one failed to remember with a prayer, mass, or the like; a. affectionate in one’s greeting. Kinasingkásing ug hangup gayud nga pagdáwat, Sincere and joyous reception. -in- v. be pleased by some action. Nahinangup aku sa íyang gibúhat, What he did pleased me. Gikahinangup námù ang ímung sulat, Your letter pleased us. kahinangup n. pleasure at some action. hinalangpun a. welcome. Ang balintayins dí mauy usa ka hinalangpun nga higayun, Valentine’s Day is a welcome occasion. mahinalangpun, mahinangpánun a. with pleasure, enthusiasm. Mahinalangpun kaáyu siyang miúyun sa plánu, He agreed to the plan enthusiastically.


hángus

Cebuano

v. breathe heavily or with difficulty. Minghángus siya, dáyun namatay, He labored for breath and died. Naghangus (gihángus) siyang nagtungas sa bakilid, She was breathing hard and heavily as she climbed the hill; n. heavy breathing.


hangut

Cebuano

v. bite at, chew something rubbery or sinewy. Milugnut ang baktin, nagpanghangut sa láang, The wild pig struggled, chewing at the noose. Hangtun ang sinílas sa ituy, The puppy will chew the slippers up. (←) v. endure, put up with. Dì muhángut ning sapatúsa nímu kay dagkù kag tiil, This pair of shoes will not last long with your big feet. Hangútun (hangútan) ku na lang ning klasíhas trabáhu kay wà kuy láing kapaingnan, I have to endure this kind of work because I have nothing else to turn to.


hangwat

Cebuano

v. 1. lift something heavy from the top. Naghangwat akug baldi nga punù sa kinálut nga yútà, I lifted the pail of soil; 1a. lift something to dispose of it. Gihangwátan ang nátad sa mga sagbut, The trash which littered the yard was taken away; 2. gather something to dispose of it. Átung hangwátun kining mga tái, Let’s get rid of all this manure.


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