List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 36

hapas

Cebuano

see haplas.



hapathapat

Cebuano

v. move fast with long strides. Hapathapatun lang sa tagabúkid ang lungsud, Mountain people come to town just by walking fast.


hapaw

Cebuano

skim


hapaw

Cebuano

v. 1. take the uppermost layer off of something Hapawun ku ang síbu sa sabaw, I will skim the fat off the soup. Íya nang gihapawan ang kan-un, He took the rice off the top; 2. pass lightly over the top of something Ígù lang mihapaw ang bála sa íyang úlu, The bullet just grazed the top of his head; a. superficial. Hapaw ang íyang katarúngan, His reasoning is shallow. -in- n. something taken off the top, esp. the top portion of rice or hominy.


hápay

Cebuano

v. 1. for a thick cluster of something long and standing to fall or be bent at its base. Nahápay ang mga humay, The rice plants were bent over; 2. comb someone’s hair flat to the head. Díay pamáda. Hapáya ang íyang buhuk, Here’s some pomade. Comb his hair flat; 3. go bankrupt. Nahápay ang ílang nigusyu kay gigastu man hasta puhúnan, Their business went bankrupt because he spent every penny of it, even the capital; a. 1. bent over flat; 2. for a man’s hair to be neatly groomed flat on the head. -in- n. man’s combed hair; v. 1. comb the hair; 2. be a man (be one who combs his hair flat) (humorous). Bulagi siya. Maáyu mag siya ray naghinápay, Leave him. He’s not the only fish in the sea (lit. the only one who combs his hair flat).


hapdus

Cebuano

a. stinging, burning pain in a wound, pangs of hunger; n. stinging pain, gnawing from hunger. Hapdus ang tintúra yúdu, Iodine stings; 2. for words to be stinging. Kahapdus sa ímung mga púlung, Your words are so painful to me; v. sting, burn. Mihapdus (nahapdus) ang ákung samad nga gidapátag tintúra yúdu, My wound stings because iodine was put on it. Ang kagútum makahapdus (makapahapdus) sa átung tiyan, Hunger can make you get a gnawing pain in your stomach. ka- see hapdus, n.


hápì

Cebuano

v. for plants to bend flat to the ground. Ang mga mais nahápì sa kusug nga hángin, The corn was bent flat to the ground by the strong wind.


hapihápi

Cebuano

v. engage in merry-making. Díay ákung gidáng rám. Maghapihápi ta, Here’s some rum I brought. Let’s have some fun; n. merry-making.


hapíhip

Cebuano

v. fill a rigid container up to the brim, be full to the brim. Pagsulud ug asin nga ígù lang muhapíhip sa láta, Fill the can with salt up to the brim. Wà gánì mahapíhip ang táru. Hapihípa ra gud, The can isn’t even filled to the brim. Fill it up; a. full to the brim.


hapin

Cebuano

cover


hapin

Cebuano

n. 1. something that is laid over or under something Hapin sa lamísa, Tablecloth. Hapin sa bátà, Baby’s diaper. Hapin sa piryudiku, The magazine cover; 2. food taken along with drinks as a digestive buffer (slang). Way ulsir basta dúnay hapin inig-ínum, You won’t get ulcers if you take in some food before a drinking spree; v. 1. lay something over something Hapinun (ihapin) ku ning dáhun sa ságing sa baskit, I will line the bottom of the basket with this banana leaf. Gihapinan nákù ang katri ug putì nga hábul, I covered the bed with a white sheet; 2. take in food as a buffer.


hapin sa katre

Cebuano

n. sheet


hapin sa lamisa

Cebuano

n. mantle


hapin sa lawas

Cebuano

n. corset


hapin sa talad

Cebuano

tablecloth


hapit

Cebuano

adv. almost


hapit

Cebuano

adv. nearly


hápit

Cebuano

almost, almost at the point of. Hápit na malútù ang kan-un, The food is almost done. Hápit na siya muhílak, She is on the verge of tears. Hápit na mugíkan ang trák, The truck is about to leave. dílì — hardly, barely. Dílì hápit (Hápit dílì) madungug ang íyang tíngug, You can barely hear his voice. — madúgay for something expected to be completed later than the expected time (lit. it is almost going to be a long time). Usually used as a reply to a query (humorous). ‘Hápit na ba malútù ang kan-un?’—‘Hápit na madúgay.’ ‘Is the food ready?’—‘It still needs several minutes.’


hapit

Cebuano

approximately


hapit

Cebuano

near


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