List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 58

hihin

Cebuano

v. flock, move in groups. Mihihin pagpanulud ang mga táwu sa simbahan sa kalit nga pag-ulan, The people flocked into the church when it suddenly rained. Áway ang nakapahihin sa mga táwu pagpanágan, The fight made the people run away en masse. (←) v. move in great numbers s.w.



Hihúba

Cebuano

see hiyúba.


hiilhan

Cebuano

known


hik

Cebuano

n. form used in writing to represent hiccoughs or the sound emitted by a drunk.


hikabhikab

Cebuano

v. for the heart to beat fast in excitement at the thought of achieving a great desire. Naghikabhikab kug pakigkítà sa ákung trátu, I’m all excited about meeting my girl friend.


híkad

Cebuano

see hiklad.


hikadhikad

Cebuano

see hikabhikab.


hikap

Cebuano

dab


hikap

Cebuano

feel


hikap

Cebuano

sense


hikap

Cebuano

touch


híkap

Cebuano

v. 1. touch, feel something with the hand or fingers. Muhíkap si Máma sa agtang sa gihilantan, Mother would feel the forehead of the feverish child. Kinsay naghíkap áring bungbung nga bag-ung pinintálan? Who touched this freshly painted wall? Átù kunung hikápun ug hinug na ba ning kaymítu, Let me touch this star apple to see if it is ripe yet; 2. use something which requires manual dexterity. Ambut ug antígu pa ba ku kay dúgayng wà ku makahíkap (makahikap) ug sista, I wonder if I still can do it. I haven’t touched the guitar in a long time; 3. touch, use someone else’s things without permission. Ayawg hikápa nang mga butang dílì ímu, Don’t touch other people’s things; 4. come to own something Wà pa giyud ku makahikap ug singkwinta písus tibuuk, I have never gotten my hands on a fifty-peso bill; 5. get hold of something to use it. Wà tay mahíkap nga magastu sa uspital, We don’t have access to any funds to pay for her hospitalization; 6. — sa dílì hilikápun scratch a part of the body that doesn’t itch out of frustration or in not knowing what to do. Bídang apikíha nákù sa kwarta. Makahíkap ta sa dílì hilikápun, My! I’m so short of money! I’m scratching my head, even though it doesn’t itch; 7. — sa lubut for something good to happen to someone to make him do something unwonted and particularly nice. Mibangkag paniudtu. Nakahikap dagway sa lubut, He treated us to lunch. something good must have happened to him; 8. — ug túbig get oneself wet. Dì siya muhíkap ug túbig ug náa níya, She doesn’t bathe when she menstruates. hikaphíkap v. twiddle or toy with something Naghikaphíkap si Dinsiyu sa íyang búngut, Dencio twiddled with his beard.


hikapa

Cebuano

touch


hikat

Cebuano

a. 1. for the eye to look distorted due to a scar on the eyelid; 2. be crooked from being buttoned wrong or sewn so that the edges don’t match up; v. get to look crooked or distorted. Nahikat ang íyang mata dihang miuwat ang mibutu níyang buwinggit, His eyes got a distorted appearance when the stye formed a scar. Nahíkat ang íyang sinínà kay wà magtúngud ang pagkabutúnis, Her dress is buttoned wrong and is all crooked.


híkaw

Cebuano

see hígal.


híkaw

Cebuano

v. deny, deprive one of something which he should have. Dílì ku ikaw hikáwan sa ímung pangayúun, I won’t deny you your request. Ginúu, ayaw intáwun ihíkaw kanákù ang langitnung kalípay, God, please don’t deny me heavenly bliss. -in-an a. devoid or deprived of something, esp. of very important necessities. Bátang hinikáwan sa inahánung gugma, A child deprived of a mother’s love. -an(→) a. depriving others, selfish. ka-an(→) n. selfishness.


hikawan

Cebuano

greedy


híkay

Cebuano

v. 1. prepare food. Kinsay muhíkay sa átung pagkáun? Who will prepare our food? 2. hold a banquet, eating party. Maghíkay mi rung Pasku, We shall have a banquet this Christmas; 3. process or arrange in preparation of something Mugíkan mi ug mahíkay na ang ámung pasapurti, We’ll leave when our passports are processed. Ang tahù gihíkay ni H. M. Kantágu, The report was prepared by H. M. Cantago; n. feast, banquet. -in- n. something prepared. -l-un n. things used for preparation. tig-, tag-(→) n. 1. cook; 2. person in charge of preparing something.


hikdat

Cebuano

v. for eyebrows to arch. Muhikdat ang kílay níya basta masukù siya, Her eyebrows become arched when she is angry; a. eyebrows that are arched.


hikìhíkì

Cebuano

see hukùhúkù.


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