List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 40

haraw

Cebuano

1. exclamation expressing an earnest wish for something to happen, either good or bad. Haraw malúnud ang íyang gisakyan, May the boat he takes sink. Haraw makadaug ku sa rípa, May I win the raffle; 2. — ka-(root) (confined to verbs of B conjugation) expression of exasperation and fear for the worst consequences of a rash action. Giingnang dì padraybun. Haraw kabanggà, I told him not to drive. Watch, he’s going to crash. Mitabuk giyud sa bahà. Haraw kadá sa súg, He crossed when the river was in flood. Watch him get carried away with the current.



harayháray

Cebuano

see halayhálay.


harbas

Cebuano

see halábas.


hardin

Cebuano

garden


hardin

Cebuano

n. 1. flower garden; 2. place of beautiful emotions (literary). Sa ákung hardin sa gugma ikay rúsas, You are the rose in my garden of love; 3. way of playing billiards with numbered pieces set along the sides and in the center of the table, in which the piece hit represents a score and the players are obliged to make a certain score as indicated by a throw of dice; v. have a flower garden. -íru n. gardener.


hardln

Cebuano

garden


hardul

Cebuano

n. 1. hurdle in races; 2. track event using hurdles.


hardwir

Cebuano

n. hardware store.


hari

Cebuano

give me. Hari (ihari) ra nà, Let me have that. i- see hari.


hárì

Cebuano

n. 1. king. Ang hárì sa Ispanya, The king of Spain; 2. the king in cards, chess; 3. master, one who has power over. Hárì sa panimalay, The master of the household; 4. head of a coin; 4a. jocular expression uttered upon hearing something fall. Dihang nahúlug ang básu dihay niingung ‘Hárì!’ When the glass fell someone yelled ‘Dropped something! (lit. Heads!)’ 5. one who excels others in something which requires skill or knowledge. Ang ákung apuhan hárì sa iskiríma sa íyang panahun, During his time, my grandfather was a master of fencing. — nga gángis big boss, kingpin, usually of a political party. Nagkinahanglan nig bindisiyun sa háring gángis, It needs the approval of the boss. — nga lungsud the sovereign people. Ang kandidátu nangamúyù sa háring lungsud, The political candidate pleaded with the electorate; v. 1. be a monarch. Usa ka babáyi ang naghárì karun sa Inglatíra, A woman is the sovereign in England; 2. assume leadership or command in a bossy manner. Dì ku gustung harían sa ákung kaugalíngun, I don’t like to be lorded over in my own house; 3. get heads in tossing coins. Nakahárì (giharían) siyag kalima, He got heads five times; 4. turn out to be heads. Mahárì (muhárì) lang ning pagkaantúga, If this toss turns out to be heads; 5. for a condition or emotions to prevail. Mihárì sa íyang dughan ang kakuyaw, Fear prevailed in his heart. Naghárì ang kahílum, Silence reigned. harìhárì v. treat in a bossy way. harìhariun, maharìhariun a. bossy, domineering. -ánun a. royal, regal. Hariánun nga balay, A palatial mansion. Hariánung dugù, Royal blood. gin-an, ging-an n. kingdom.


hari

Cebuano

n. king


hari

Cebuano

n. monarch


hari

Cebuano

n. potentate


hari

Cebuano

n. sovereign


hárì

Cebuano

v. fall with the rump or back hitting the ground first. Nahárì ku sa dā́n nga danglug, I fell on my back on the slippery road.


hári, hárì

Cebuano

v. do something continuously. Wà siyay ági naghári lag katúlug, He didn’t accomplish anything. All he did was sleep.


harianon

Cebuano

adj. majestic


harianon

Cebuano

adj. royal


harianon

Cebuano

kingly


hárim

Cebuano

n. harem; v. have, maintain a harem.


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