List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 33

hangyo

Cebuano

appeal



hangyo

Cebuano

bargin


hangyo

Cebuano

dicker


hangyo

Cebuano

n. bargain


hangyo

Cebuano

n. bid


hangyo

Cebuano

n. pleading


hangyo

Cebuano

n. request


hangyo

Cebuano

plea


hangyo-hangyo

Cebuano

haggle


hangyù

Cebuano

(from káyù) v. 1 ask for something, request as a favor. Hangyúa lang siyang muhulam kag kwarta, Ask him to let you borrow money. Kinsay átung hangyúan sa kwarta? Who shall we ask for the money? Dúna kuy ihangyù nímu, I have something to request of you; 1a. beseech, plead for. Mihangyù ang inahan nga luwasun ang íyang anak, The mother pleaded for her son’s life; 2. haggle the price down, ask the seller to let one have something at a lower price. Hangyúa ug písus ang búlig, Offer a peso for the whole bunch. Lisud hangyúan nang babayhána kay dì musíbug sa íyang prisyu, That woman is difficult to bargain with because she never lowers her price. Pilay ímung ihangyù? How much will you offer for it? 3. propose to a girl. Giáhak na! Manghangyù kag bálu! Are you crazy, proposing to a widow? 4. for the ball in basketball to make it into the basket after bouncing off the ring and threatening to miss (as if the ball begged to be allowed in). Miuntul ang búla sa ring unyà milígid kini ug misúd. Mihangyù pa giyud, The ball bounced off the ring then rolled into the basket. It scored, but only after begging to be let in; n. 1. request; 2. price offered. — lúbù see lúbù. -ánan n. person from whom one habitually buys small things on credit. -in-an n. something acquired or accomplished in bargaining. Paubsi ug písus ang prisyu pára may hinangyúan ku, Take a peso off the price so I have something to show for my pains in bargaining. -únun n. of one who needs to be approached and talked into giving approval or favors. Dì dáyun nà siya musugut sa ímung pangáyù, hangyuúnun pa, He does not easily grant requests. He needs to be begged.


háni

Cebuano

1. see unsa; 2. exclamation of discomfiture upon finding something out. Háni ba wà na man diay kuy kwarta sa ákung pitáka, Heavens! I have no more money in my purse.


háni

Cebuano

n. honey, endearing term of address.


hánib

Cebuano

v. gather things together in a neat pile. Haníba ang mga papílis nga napasapása, Stack up the papers that have been scattered. -in- 1. something gathered in a neat pile; 2. accomplice in doing something Mga hinánib ku sa parigla, My accomplices in attacking passers-by.


hanig

Cebuano

v. 1. when something is put on top of something else, put something between the two things as a protection for the thing on top or the thing on the bottom. Úsà nímu plantsáha, hanigi ug panaptun, Protect it with a piece of cloth before you iron it. Waks pípar ang ihanig arun dílì mupilit, Line the bottom with wax paper so it won’t stick. Ug mupahuut ka sa íhi, hanigig tabla arun way dinukdukan, If you force the shaft in, buffer it with a piece of wood so there won’t be any hammer marks; 2. take food along with drinks as a buffer. Hanigi ug adúbu ang ram, Eat some pork before you drink rum; n. 1. something put between two things as a protection; 2. food taken along with drinks to line the stomach; 3. — sa impiyirnu a. one who leads someone to do wrong, from the notion that when the wrongdoer lands in hell, he will be there first to be, so to speak, the buffer. Ikaw muy hanig sa impiyirnu, kay ikaw may nagtudlù níya pagpangáwat, You’re his buffer in hell because you taught him to steal. b. matchmaker between illicit lovers who will go to hell first to act as a buffer for the couple which will end up in hell; v. be made a buffer in hell. Ang pagtitatíta muy makahanig (makapahanig) sa táwu sa impiyirnu basta may kabilinggan, Acting as a go-between will land you in hell if one of the two is married.


hanimun

Cebuano

n. honeymoon; v. spend a honeymoon.


hánip

Cebuano

a. 1. neatly arranged in stacks according to size. Ayg bungkága nang mga inutaw kay hánip na nà, Don’t mess up that clothing because it’s been all piled neatly; 2. for a surface to be flat and even. Hánip gáning pagkapintal sa átù pa way bugdubugdu, If it is painted evenly there will be no thick spots. Hánip kaáyu ang pagsimintu basta may palíta, If you use a trowel, the cementing will be even and flat; v. 1. stack something neatly by size; 2. make a surface flat and even.


haníti

Cebuano

a. skillful, proficient in something Haníti siya sa iskríma, He is expert in fencing; v. be, become proficient in some activity. Mahaníti ka na gánì niíning trabahúa, When you become proficient in this job. ka- n. proficiency.


haniti

Cebuano

expert


haniti

Cebuano

proficient


hanlag

Cebuano

n. floor joists (busaug) made of bamboo.


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