List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 38

hapon

Cebuano

n. afternoon



hapsà

Cebuano

see hagsà.


hapsay

Cebuano

a. 1. smooth and without blemish. Hapsay ang pánit sa mangga, The mango has smooth and unblemished skin; 2. neat and orderly. Hapsay kaáyung pagkaariglǎr ang ímung lawak, Your room is orderly; v. 1. be smooth and glossy, make something so. Hapsáyun ta ning ímung buhuk, Let’s make your hair smooth and glossy; 2. make, be neatly arranged, make something so. Hapsáya ang ímung pamisti, Wear clothing that is simple and neat.


hapsay

Cebuano

adj. orderly


hapsay

Cebuano

neat


hapsay

Cebuano

slick



hapslip

Cebuano

n. half slip; v. wear, make into a half slip.


hápù

Cebuano

a. fatiguing. Hápù kaáyu ning pagpangarga, The job of a stevedore is very tiring; v. fatigue, get fatigued. Kanang sayáwa naghápù (nagpahápù) sa átung láwas, That dance wears you out completely. Gihápù (gihapúan, nahápù) kug linanguy sa dágat, I am exhausted from swimming in the sea. Ayaw hapúa (ihápù) nang ímung láwas, Don’t tire yourself out too much. (→) a. fatigued. ka- n. weariness.


hapù

Cebuano

v. comb the hair straight backward. Hapua (ihapù) ang ímung buhuk kay limpiyung tan-áwun, Comb your hair straight backward because it looks neat.


hapuhap

Cebuano

dab


hapúhap

Cebuano

v. stroke gently back and forth with little pressure. Mihapúhap siya sa ákung bukubuku sa paghumpay sa kasakit, He stroked my back to relieve the pain; n. gentle strokes back and forth. -in- n. a gentle stroke back and forth. Ang hinapúhap sa huyúhuy sa íyang hubù nga láwas, The gentle caresses of the breeze on her nude body.


hapúlas

Cebuano

(from púlas) v. 1. smear something over a large area with the hand. Gihapulásan ang bungbung ug lápuk, The wall had mud smeared all over it. 2. eat something fast. Mihapúlas lang siya ug tulu ka plátung tsapsuy, He gobbled down three platefuls of chop suey (as if he was just smearing it on his mouth).


hapun

Cebuano

n. 1. Japan; 2. Japanese person; 3. fishing line. isda sa — see súlid. papil nga, sa, di- colored tissue paper. hapunánun n. Japanese citizen. -in- a. 1. in the Japanese way; 2. name given to various methods of fishing introduced by the Japanese; v. speak Japanese, do something the Japanese way. -is Japanese (plural).


hápun

Cebuano

n. afternoon, early evening. Bag-ung hápun, Early afternoon. — na it is late (in the afternoon or early evening). Hápun na kaáyu. Adtu na ku, It is already very late. I’m going now; v. 1. get to be afternoon. Nahápun na lang wà pa siya maulì, It was evening already and he still hadn’t come home; 1a. do something in the afternoon. Hapúna ang bunyag, Have the baptism held in the afternoon; 2. do something until afternoon. Maghápun siyag paninda, She is in the store until afternoon; 3. be overtaken by afternoon. Hihapunan ku ug panáud sa bumbilya, Evening overtook me as I was putting up the electric lights. hapunhápun 1. every afternoon; 2. see ginamusginámus, see gamus; v. do something every afternoon. Mahuman nà dáyun ug hapunhapúnun (hapunhapúnan) ku nag trabáhu, It will soon be finished if I work on it every afternoon. hiN-(→) v. 1. do in the afternoon. Naghinghapung kalígù, Swimming in the afternoon; 2. for afternoon to approach. pa-(→), paka-(→) v. stay s.w. until afternoon. Magpahapun ta dinhi, kay ínit pa kaáyug udtu, Let’s wait here until afternoon, because it would be terribly hot at noon. panghi- v. be around afternoon. Muanhi siya, manghiudtu, manghihápun ba, He’ll come here around noon or around afternoon. pani- v. eat supper. Manihápun na ta kay alas utsu na, Let’s eat supper now because it is already eight o’clock; n. supper. -ánun, ka-ánun late in the afternoon. Hapunánun (kahapunánun) nahuman ang iliksiyun, The election was over late in the afternoon. ka-un n. 1. afternoon as a phase of time of day. Ang kaínit sa kahapúnun dumudulut kaáyu, The heat in the afternoon is very penetrating; 2. the late years of one’s life. tig-(→) n. 1. the eve of an important occasion; 2. banquet held on the eve of an occasion; v. 1. hold a banquet on the eve of an occasion; 2. attend the banquet held on the eve. Manighapun ta sa íla, Let’s attend the banquet held on the eve at their house; 3. go s.w. on the day before an event. Manighapun ku sa barku, kay sayung mularga, I’ll go to the boat in the afternoon because it will leave early. -un(→) n. 1. done in the afternoon; 2. palm toddy gathered in the afternoon.


hapus

Cebuano

quirt


hapus

Cebuano

v. 1. strike, usually with something flexible with a long downward stroke. Gihapsan níya sa sundang ang ságing, He struck the banana tree with his machete. Ihapus ku ning bakus nímu, I will strike you with this belt; 2. spin a top; n. 1. action of whipping at. 2. whip; 3. string of a top.


hapuy, hápuy

Cebuano

see hapluy.


hapuyhápuy

Cebuano

see hapúhap.


hapyod

Cebuano

dab


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