List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 64

hilom

Cebuano

quiet



hilom

Cebuano

silent


hilot

Cebuano

massage


hilt sintir

Cebuano

n. public health clinic; v. make into a health clinic.


hilú

Cebuano

n. expression used upon answering the phone: hello; v. say hello on the phone.


hilu

Cebuano

n. poison ingested; v. 1. poison something or someone Kinsay naghilu sa irù? Who poisoned the dog? 1a. poison someone by magical means. Manghilu sila pinaági sa tayhup, They poison people by blowing on them; 2. give someone bad or wrong ideas about something Kinsay mihilu nímu bátuk nákù? Who poisoned your mind against me? Gihiluan níya ákung hunàhúnà báhin sa pagpalit ug awtu, He gave me the bad idea of buying a car; 3. commit suicide by taking poison. Naghilu siya kay gibulagan sa trátu, He poisoned himself because he was jilted. (←) v. 1. kill with poison. Ang tubli makahílu sa isdà, The derris plant kills fish by poisoning them; 2. be physically affected by a stench. Báhung makahílu, A stench that knocks you over. hilúan n. one who practices magical poisoning. One becomes a hilúan only by killing a member of his own family and must continue killing at a specified rate to stay alive and healthy.


hílu

Cebuano

n. thread. — dikaríta n. spool of thread. — nga pinalus n. skein thread.


hílug

Cebuano

v. 1. rub oil on the skin. Hilúgi ug linimintu ang pamául, Rub liniment on the sore muscles; 2. give the extreme unction. Gihílug (gihilúgan) siya sa párì, He was given the extreme unction by the priest. — sa himalatyun n. extreme unction.


hílum

Cebuano

a. 1. silent, quiet; 2. secret, not overt. Hílum nga gugma, Secret love. Naghilak siya sa hílum, He cried in secret; v. 1. be silent, quiet. Kun dílì mu muhílum sa klási, If you do not keep quiet in class. Nahílum ang mga trabahadur pag-abut sa purman, The workers stopped talking when the foreman arrived; 2. keep something secret, hush something up. Hilúma lang ang nahitabù, Hush up the incident. Ihílum ning ákung isulti nímu, ha, Keep what I’m going to tell you for yourself. Hustu na ning dus syintus ihílum sa pulis, Two hundred pesos is enough to shut the cop up. 3. for a court case to peter out. Ambut ngánu, apan nahílum man lang tung ílang kásu, I don’t know why, but their case was just sort of fizzled out; 4. do something secretly or in silence. Mihílum siya paggawas sa kwartu, He sneaked out of the room. Hilúma pagkúhà ang yáwi ni Máma, Get the key from Mother on the sly. (→) Shut up! Hilum dihà! Shut up! paka-(→) v. keep quiet, remain silent. Nagpakahilum na lámang si Míla sa usa ka suuk, Mila just remained silent in a corner. ka- n. silence. ma-un a. peaceful and quiet. -un(→), ma-un(→) a. not given to talking.


hilumon

Cebuano

adj. diffident


hilumon

Cebuano

adj. moody


hilumon

Cebuano

adj. quiet


hilumon

Cebuano

mute


hilumon

Cebuano

secretive


hilus

Cebuano

v. 1. for something tied securely in place to slip off, move out of place by sliding. Nakabuhì ang kanding kay mihilus ang sinumpayan sa písì, The goat escaped because the knot which tied the two pieces of rope slipped off. Nahilus ang ákung pagkuput sa sanga, I lost my hold on the branch; 2. for the skin to get burnt by heat or chafing action. Nahilusan (nahilus) ákung buktun sa túbig ínit, My arm got burnt with the hot water. Nagkahilus ákung pálad pagpinugung sa pasul, My palm is getting chafed from trying to hold the fishing line; 3. peel off something hard after loosening it by dipping it in boiling water. Dì pa makahilus nang tubíga sa kuku sa bábuy kay dì pa búkal, That water can’t get the pig’s hooves loose because it is not boiling; 3a. for one’s whole being be scorched (literary). Midukù si Magda kay daw nahilus siya sa tinan-awan ni Migil, Magda seemed to melt under Miguel’s fiery gaze; n. inflammation of the skin caused by burning or chafing. Hilus gumíkan sa hapin, Diaper rash. paN- v. for the skin to peel as the result of burning or chafing. -in- water taken off of boiled rice before it is fully cooked.


hílut

Cebuano

v. 1. massage, pull the bones for medicinal purposes. A wide variety of symptoms are treated by hílut ranging from swellings and fractures to fevers and pains. Maáyu siyang muhílut ug piang, He is good in setting dislocated joints. Kamau siyang muhílut ug bátang suhì, He knows how to massage a baby that is upside down in the womb. Hilúta ang tampihak, Massage the temples; 2. repair personal relations. Kadalì rang mahílut ang gikabangían sa duruha, It will be easy to settle their differences; 3. repair a defect with makeshift methods. Dílì mahílut ning dipiktúha kinahanglan ilísan ang písa, There is no way to take care of this defect without replacing the part; 4. stretch a failing grade near the borderline to allow the student to pass; n. action of massaging. Dílì madá sa hílut, Massage can’t take care of it. maN-r-, mag-r- n. folk doctor who treats by massaging.


hiluy

Cebuano

v. for the eyes to droop. Naghiluy na ang íyang mata sa kakatulgun, Her eyes are drooping from drowsiness; a. droopy-*eyed.


hilwas

Cebuano

immune


hilwas

Cebuano

n. shoemaker’s instrument used to cut and shape material for soles or heels, or to smoothen rough edges in footwear; v. trim, cut with a hilwas.


hilwas

Cebuano

quit


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