List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 5

hagabhab

Cebuano

see habhab.



hagad

Cebuano

n. defective coconut, the meat of which is loosely attached to the shell and which produces little oil.


hágad

Cebuano

n. highway patrolman.


hagad

Cebuano

n. provocation


hagad

Cebuano

v. 1. offer to do something Mihagad ku paghatud níya sa íla, I offered to take her home; 2. invite someone to do something Hagdun ta untà kag pamasíyu, I would like to invite you to go for a walk; n. offer to do something (←) v. 1. challenge someone to a fight. Ug hagárun kag sinukmagay, If you are challenged to a fight; 2. make first move, or touch off. Nagbúlag mi ug akuy mihágad pagpakig-úlì, We separated and I made the first move for reconciliation. Ayaw ihágad sa mga laláki ang ímung pagkababáyi, Do not make yourself cheap by making approaches to men; n. challenge.


hagakhak

Cebuano

n. loud, boisterous laughter; v. laugh boisterously.


hágal

Cebuano

v. pant noisily, making a sound in the throat. Mihágal siya sa tantung dinágan, She panted from running so much; n. panting.


hagal

Cebuano

v. produce a rasping, guttural sound in the throat or chest in having a cough or breathing through mucous.


hagálam

Cebuano

see *gálam.


hagalhal

Cebuano

a. wheezing sound produced in a throat full of mucus when air passes through; v. make a wheezing noise in the throat. Mihagalhal ang himalatyun pagsulti sa íyang panúgun, The dying man spoke his final wishes with a wheezing voice.


hagalkal

Cebuano

rattle


hagánas

Cebuano

v. for water to make a rushing sound. Naghaganas ang busay, The waterfall makes a rushing sound; n. rushing sound of water. (→) see hagánas, n. -in- n. continuous rushing sound. Hinagánas sa balud, The swash of the waves.


haganhágan

Cebuano

v. do something with reserve, not with full strength. Dì ku muhaganhágan pagbúnal nímu, I won’t hold back in hitting you. Maghaganhágan tag gastu kay layù pang tingswildu, Let’s be careful with our money because pay day is still a long way off. Haganhagáni (haganhagána) nang bínu, kay ísug ra ba, Go slow with that liquor because it is powerful stuff. Haganhagána (haganhagáni) pagpadágan ang kutsi, Drive the car slowly.


hágard

Cebuano

n. large motorcycle of the type used by the police; v. use this sort of motorcycle.


hagas

Cebuano

v. 1. become gaunt and unhealthy. Naghagas siya kay nag-abusar sa láwas, He has become gaunt and sickly because he does things that are deleterious to his health; 2. for one’s livelihood to fail as the result of a curse wished on him, or brought on in retribution for a failure to meet one’s obligations. Nalugnas ang átung kamanukan mu ra tag gihagas, Our poultry business failed, as though we were under a curse; 3. do something unpleasant to all without exception. Gihagas mig latigu ni Tátay, Father whipped us all.


hagashas

Cebuano

1. dry, swishing sound such as that produced by rubbing pieces of paper or by a well-starched dress; 2. for something to be coarse to the touch such that rubbing the hands over it produces a swishing sound; v. producing a rustling sound. Mihagashas ang dáhun pag-ági sa bitin, The leaves rustled as the snake passed over them.


hagaw

Cebuano

manure


hagawhaw

Cebuano

babble


hagawhaw

Cebuano

hoarse


hagawhaw

Cebuano

murmur


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