List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 41

harina

Cebuano

n. flour



harína

Cebuano

n. flour. — sa mais n. corn starch; v. 1. make flour; 2. form into flour; 3. put flour into.


haríning

Cebuano

n. a princess that is a child.


haros

Cebuano

coup


haros manulti

Cebuano

eloquent


harsi

Cebuano

see halsi.


harsiya

Cebuano

n. 1. guy rope or cable tied to something vertical to maintain stability. Harsiya sa pálu, Guy ropes holding the mast; 2. cable or a strong rope holding the anchor or the hawser used in tying the boat to the dock; v. attach, make into a hawser or guy.


harug

Cebuano

n. supports for growing plants or something for them to climb on; v. support climbing plants. Giharug (giharugan) na ang agbáti ug mga lipak, They used bamboo sticks for the agbáti vine to climb on.


haruhas

Cebuano

see harasharas.


harúhay

Cebuano

a. in a comfortable financial situation; v. for a way of life to become financially comfortable. Kanang swildúha makaharúhay na giyud ning átung pagpuyù, With that salary we can live a life of ease and comfort.


haruhay

Cebuano

adj. comfortable


haruhay

Cebuano

cozy


haruhay

Cebuano

easy


haruhay

Cebuano

luxurious


harun

Cebuano

see arun.


hárung

Cebuano

v. come face to face with. Dílì siya makighárung sa mga bisíta, She refuses to greet the visitors. Ang sad-an dílì makahárung kanákug tan-aw, He’s guilty and cannot look at me straight in the eye. Harúngan ku siya bísag ása ug bísan anus-a, I’ll take him on, any time, any place. Wà kuy nawung ihárung níya kay sad-an ku, I can’t bring myself to face him because I’m guilty. Piligru ikahárung ang hárì sa dágat, It is dangerous to come face to face with the king of the sea; n. action of facing someone Nadaug ku sa hárung, wà ku makapaháyag, I was overcome by shyness when I tried to face her. I couldn’t state my purpose.


harus

Cebuano

v. 1. strip leaves off the stem or stalk. Nagharus kug kamunggay nga iságul sa útan, I’m stripping off kamunggay leaves to use as vegetables; 2. for a mechanism that engages to get stripped, get so it fails to engage. Naharus ang kambiyu maung dì na mukagat, The gears got stripped so that they won’t engage; 3. involve all in doing something Iharus (harusa) ug lábay sa bintánà ang mga butang, Throw everything out of the window; 3a. destroy, afflict all practically without exception. Ang lúnup nga miharus sa tanang kabalayan, The flood that destroyed all the houses. Naharus ming tanan ug kasakit ug plú, We were all sick with flu; 4. make a sweeping victory, reap all the victories in competitive activities. Ang ámung iskuylahan mauy miharus (nangharus) sa atlítik mit, Our school won a sweeping victory in the athletic meet. Giharus kami ni Tínung sa blakdyak, We all lost to Tinong in blackjack; a. for a mechanism to be stripped. Harus ug gusánu ang ruska, The screw has stripped threads.


haruyháruy

Cebuano

v. go about in a relaxed way for pleasure. Nagharuyháruy ka na man dihà. Tápus ka na ba sa búhat mu? You are strolling about now. Are you through with your chores?


hás

Cebuano

see hálas.


hasa

Cebuano

grind


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