List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 51

hayag sa bulan

Cebuano

n. moonlight



hayaghag

Cebuano

see halaghag.


hayáhay

Cebuano

a. 1a. airy, comfortable and refreshing to the skin. King kwartúha hayáhay kay atbang sa hángin, This room is airy, cool, and fresh because it gets the full wind; 1b. a refreshed feeling. Hayáhay na ang ákung gibátì human makakaligù, I feel very much refreshed after my bath; 2. for one’s financial situation to be comfortable. Hayáhay na siya karun kay dakù siyag swildu, He is in comfortable circumstances now because he has a good salary; 3. feel relieved of a burden or sickness. Hayáhay na ang íyang pamínaw human katambáli, She felt better after she took her medicine. Hayáhay nang pamínaw ku kay nabayran na ang ákung útang, I feel relieved now. I’ve paid off my debts; 4. easy, requiring little effort. Hayáhay ra tung iksamína, That examination was easy; 5. for material to do easily for a certain number. Hayáhay rang duha ka púlu íning panaptúna, This cloth would easily make two shirts; v. 1. be, become airy, refreshed, relieved; 2. for one’s financial situation to become comfortable, ease up. pa- v. 1. get fresh air. Magpahayáhay ta sa baybáyun, Let’s get some fresh air at the beach; 2. go s.w. to amuse oneself, take one’s mind off troubles. Magpahayáhay ta sa karnabal, Let’s go to the carnival to take our minds off our troubles; 3. pa- sa bágà go out to amuse oneself. Magpahayáhay ta sa bágà kay láay kaáyu dinhi, Let’s go out to have some diversion because it’s boring as heck here. ka- n. comfort and ease; freedom from cares, sickness, etc. pa-an n. place to go for relaxation.


hayahay

Cebuano

adj. cool


hayahay

Cebuano

comfortable


hayahay

Cebuano

comfortable and refreshed


hayahay

Cebuano

cozy


hayahay

Cebuano

easy


hayahay

Cebuano

snug


hayan

Cebuano

adj. likely


hayan

Cebuano

adv. probable


háyan

Cebuano

there’s a possibility that ... Háyan kahutdan kag gasulína, You might run out of gasoline. Háyan maduktur tà ku run ug musígi pa tà kug iskuyla, I might have become a doctor by now if I had continued going to school. Háyan namálik na tu run, Perhaps they have already returned.


hayang

Cebuano

v. 1. put something convex down with the convex side down. Makahayang ka ba áring pawíkan? Could you manage to flip the sea turtle on its back? Haynga (ihayang, ipahayang) ning mga hapag sa lantay, Put these shallow baskets on the bamboo shelf right side up. 2. lie on one’s back, face up. Muhayang lang siya sa bangkù ug matúlug, He will just lie down on the bench and go to sleep; 3. fall and land on one’s back. Nahayang ku sa lápuk, I fell down on my back in the mud. — ang kúlun sure to win (lit. the pot is right side up (on the fire)). Mupusta kug dakù kay áning taría hayang giyung kúlun, I will place a big bet on this round because it is a sure win. — ang payà v. for someone who is usually morose to become unusually gay (lit. for a half a coconut shell—smooth and neat on the inside and coarse and scraggly on the outside, to be lying with the inside up). Unsa mang hangína ang nihurus nga nahayang man ang payà? What wind is blowing that you are suddenly so bright and gay? — ang plátu for one’s future to be assured. Hayang ang plátu sa íyang anak kay nakaasawa siyag milyunarya, The future of his children is assured because he married a millionaire. kulub hayang see kulub. pa-/hipa-/hapa- v. cause to fall down on one’s back. Nadalin-as ku ug napahayang kus lápuk, I slipped and fell on my back into the mud. tig-(→) see tighayà. see háyà.


háyaw

Cebuano

v. raise, rise into the air. Aku giyuy miháyaw sa imáhin arun makítà sa tanan, I was the one who raised the image high for all to see. Miháyaw ang túnu nímu sa kúrus, Your pitch rose on the refrain. Giháyaw na nákù ang kamut kay sagpáun ku untà siya, I had already lifted my hands to slap her.


hayblad

Cebuano

n. high blood pressure; a. very angry; v. 1. suffer from high blood pressure. Kanúnay man ku nímung palagútun, mahayblad (hayblarun) man lang ta, You always provoke me. You’re going to give me high blood pressure yet; 2. get angry. Nahayblad ku sa íyang tinubagan, The way she answered made me furious. hayblarun a. 1. having high blood pressure; 2. easily angered.


haybul

Cebuano

v. 1. go out to have a good time. Basta tingswildu, muhaybul dáyun nà sila, As soon as they get paid, they go out to have a good time; 2. for a vehicle to go fast. Hadluk kug muhaybul (mahaybul) ang trák, I get scared when the bus goes fast; 2a. command given by conductor as a signal to the driver to get moving; 3. go straight without paying attention to anyone along the way. Muhaybul ka man lang. Dì ka makigsulti nákù? Why do you go straight by me without greeting me? haybulhaybul v. gallivant around, go around from place to place to have fun.


haybuy

Cebuano

n. a style of men’s sport shirt, close-fitting and with tapering slits on both sides, similar to ambuys, but not so long at the rear; v. 1. wear a haybuy-style sport shirt; 2. tailor this sort of shirt.


n. high jump in an athletic contest; v. perform the high jump.


hayhat

Cebuano

a. haughty and snobbish. Hayhat kaáyung babayhána kay dílì makighuyhúy sa mga pubri, She’s very snobbish because she doesn’t mix with the poor; v. act, become snobbish.


hayhay

Cebuano

hang


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