List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 52

hayhay

Cebuano

see halay.



hayhayan

Cebuano

n. clothesline


hayhil

Cebuano

n. high heels; v. 1. wear high heels. Maghayhil ka ba sa piknik? Will you wear high heels to the picnic?


háyis

Cebuano

a. 1. be the best in a class. Háyis siya sa Aldyibra, He is the best in Algebra; 2. be well-versed, most capable in something Kun báhin sa panganak si Lúling muy háyis, When it comes to childbirth, Loling is the expert. Háyis siya sa ínum, He is an expert in drinking; v. get to be the best, an expert.


hayiskul

Cebuano

n. high school; v. be in high school.


háyit

Cebuano

n. height. may — tall and attractive. Gwápu ug may háyit pa giyud, Handsome and tall as well; v. have a height of. Kun magháyit ka lang mínus sa singku pís, dì ka madáwat sa níbi, If you stand less than five feet, the navy will not take you.


haylu

Cebuano

v. induce someone to do something by offering him something Haylúa ang bátag dulsi sa pagkatúlug, Entice the child with candy to make him go to bed. pa- n. enticements. Ang ímung mga pahaylu dílì makatarug sa ákung pagdumílì, All your enticements cannot make me change my mind. mahaylúhun, mahaylúun a. enticing. Mahaylúung tanyag, A tempting offer.


hayop

Cebuano

amimal


hayop

Cebuano

animal


hayop

Cebuano

n. animal(s)


hayopan

Cebuano

n. livestock


haypay

Cebuano

n. hi-fi set; a. for a voice to be screeching, piercing, and unpleasant.


haypay

Cebuano

v. make a person reveal something by squirting carbonated beverages into his nostrils (slang). Haypáyun (haypáyan) níla ang táwu arun mutug-an, They will subject the man to the 7-Up treatment to make him sing; n. action of using this method.


hayun, háyun

Cebuano

v. 1. swing the arms in walking. Iháyun nang ímung kamut ug maglakaw ka, Swing your arms when you walk; 2. not carry something Ngánung naghayun ka nga nagkapulíkì si Máma mu? Why are you empty-handed (lit. swinging your arms) when your mother is carrying more than she can manage? 2a. walk, taking it easy, not exerting effort. Muagwanta siya sa lákaw kay hayunan ra ang bayinti kilumitrus, A twenty-kilometer walk won’t bother him because he will take it easy; n. the swinging or swaying of one’s arms; 3. raise the arm in preparation to strike or throw something Ihayun pag-áyu ang búla úsà ilábay, Raise the ball back before you throw it.


hayung

Cebuano

v. for the sun’s heat to be not at its greatest degree of intensity. Muhayung ang kaínit sa adlaw ug maalas tris, The sun’s heat lessens at around three in the afternoon.


háyup

Cebuano

n. 1. domestic animal; 2. a person with base instincts and desires. Buy-i ku háyup, Let me go, you beast! -an n. domestic animals.


haywi

Cebuano

n. highway. Sa haywi muági ang mga dyipni pára Kunsulasiyun, The jeepneys for Consolacion go by way of the highway; v. make into a highway.


haywis

Cebuano

n. style of trousers with a wide waistline, coming to a point in the rear.


heneral

Cebuano

n. general


henyo

Cebuano

n. genius


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