List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 39

hapyoron

Cebuano

v. be caressed



hapyud

Cebuano

v. 1. massage gently moving hands in one direction. Mitindug siya ug mihapyud sa íyang sinínà, She stood up and smoothed out her dress. Hapyúra ning ákung tiil kay gikalambri, Massage my legs because I’ve got cramps; 2. squeeze something out of something by massaging in one direction. Hapyúra ang kulgit arun madagínut, Flatten out the toothpaste to use up every bit of it.


hara

Cebuano

jar


hara

Cebuano

n. queen


hára

Cebuano

n. queen. Nahímu siyang hára sa pangílin sa ámung balángay, She was made queen of the fiesta in our barrio. — sa panimalay wife as the head of the house; v. become a queen.


hárab

Cebuano

see árab.


harabharab

Cebuano

v. 1. rush, hurry in doing something Nagharabharab siyag súgù, She rushed about giving orders; 2. for monkeys to chatter wildly; 3. be aflutter with expectation. Nagharabharab ákung ginháwa sa pagpakigkítà kaníya, I’m all excited at the thought of seeing her again.


harábi

Cebuano

n. kind of patent medicine used as cough syrup. — ditúlu see harábi.


harag

Cebuano

oblique


harag

Cebuano

rake


harag

Cebuano

tilt


harag

Cebuano

v. 1. for something tall to be leaning to one side. Nagharag ang pusti. Tarúnga, The post is leaning. Straighten it out. Naharag ang mga balay human hangína, The houses are leaning to one side after the windstorm; 2. lean back to rest on something Dì ku makaharag ánang siyáha kay gubà ug sandigánan, I cannot recline on that chair because it has a broken backrest; a. leaning.


harana

Cebuano

ballads


harána

Cebuano

n. serenade, music made beneath a girl’s window by way of courting; v. 1. serenade, go serenading. Dalága ka na. Giharanáhan (giharanáan) na ka, You are a young lady now. They’re already serenading you; 2. sing under a person’s window. Haranáan nátù siya ugmà sa kaadláwun kay adlaw níya, Let’s serenade him tomorrow early in the morning because it’s his birthday. paN- n. serenading.


harana

Cebuano

serenade


hárang

Cebuano

n. offering of food, smokes, drinks, etc. to supernatural beings during the planting and harvest seasons, or to the departed souls during All Souls Day; v. make an offering of the hárang.


hárang

Cebuano

v. 1. block someone’s way with hostile purpose. Usa ka bitin ang mihárang sa ámung agiánan, A snake barred our way. Ang patrulya gihárang (giharángan) sa mga kaáway, The patrol was ambushed by the enemies; 2. confront something unpleasant or hostile. Dílì ku makahárang sa mapait nga kamatuúran, I cannot face the hard truth. Nagkahárang ang duha sa usa ka mainítung lantugiay, The two met in hot debate.


háras

Cebuano

a. biting taste which characterizes citrus fruit; v. feel a biting sensation after eating citrus fruit, having such a taste. Nagháras na ning tutunlan íning buúngun nga háras, My throat stings from this sharp pomelo.


harasharas

Cebuano

a. 1. done carelessly such that if there is a finished product, it is rough, not well-prepared. Harasharas nga pagkalútù, way lamì, It is carelessly cooked, tasteless. Harasharas siyang mudrayib. Mu rag pituy kinabúhì, He drives carelessly as if he had seven lives; 2. coarse in behavior; v. 1. do something without much care. Giharasharas niya pagbúhat ang lamísa, He did a sloppy job in making the table; 2. fail to behave carefully, without proper circumspection. Nagharasharas siya sa taliwálà sa sulimning sirimunyas, He was misbehaving in the midst of the solemn ceremonies. Unsáun nátù pagtígum ug magharasharas ka paggastu? How can we save if you spend money without giving it any thought?


hárat

Cebuano

see káras.


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