List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 86

hiwì

Cebuano

a. 1. crooked, winding or twisting, slanting to one side or askew. Hiwing dálan, Crooked road. Hiwì pagkabutang ímung kálù, Your hat is on crooked. Hiwì kaáyu ang tinidur sa bisiklíta, The bicycle fork is badly bent; 2. crooked, dishonest. Ang paági sa pagsubasta hiwì kaáyu, The procedure of the bidding was very irregular; 3. deformed. Hiwì siyag nawung, He has a deformed face; v. turn out crooked. Ug mahiwì ang linya, ipausab, If the line comes out crooked, redo it. (←) v. 1. become crooked, make something crooked. Ayaw ug hiwía ang láray sa síya, Don’t put the chairs in a crooked row; 2. make a face at someone paN-(←) v. make a face at someone Nanghíwì siya nákù kay wà siya tagái nákù ug mansánas, He made a face at me because I did not give him an apple. ka-an(←) n. misdeed. Ang kahiwían sa mga pulitiku, The misdeeds of the politicians.



hiwi

Cebuano

adj. foul


hiwi

Cebuano

adj. unjust


hiwi

Cebuano

deform


hiwi

Cebuano

pervert


híwid

Cebuano

see huyátid.


hiwid

Cebuano

stretch


hiyá

Cebuano

getty-up, word used to prod a horse to start running or to run faster. (←) v. do all at once, at the same time. Naghíyag pamumba sa syudad ang mga bámir, The bombers bombed the city all at the same time. Gihiyáan kug bíyà sa ákung tanang binatunan, All my servants quit at one time.


híyà

Cebuano

see hiyà.


hiyak

Cebuano

v. 1. for a surface to get a chasm or trough formed in it. Mihíyak ang yútà paglínug, The earth opened up into a chasm in the earthquake. Nabundak ang sakayan dihang mihíyak ang dágat paglabay sa dakung balud, The boat lurched downwards in the wake of the huge wave; 2. pull in the stomach. Hiyáka (ihíyak) ang ímung tiyan arun masirhan ímung sípir, Pull in your stomach so we can close the zipper; 3. feel a hollow sensation in the pit of the stomach. Mihíyak ang tiyan ku pagdulhug sa ilibítur, I got a hollow feeling in the pit of my stomach when the elevator went down.


hiyas

Cebuano

attribute


híyas

Cebuano

n. good qualities, virtues not inherent in something Mga híyas nga pagabatunan sa usa ka pangúlu, Qualities that a leader must possess. pa- n. something used to make a woman beautiful; v. use jewelry or make-up. Nagpahíyas siyag aríyus, She wore earrings as jewelry. Ipalit na lag bugas ang ímung ipahíyas, Why don’t you buy rice with what you spend on personal adornments?


hiyas

Cebuano

virtue


n. virtue


hiyawasa

Cebuano

see aliwasa.


Hiyúba

Cebuano

n. Jehovah. Saksi ni — n. Jehovah’s Witness.


híyud

Cebuano

v. 1. squeeze something soft to make something come out of it. Hiyúra ug maáyu ang hubag arun muguwà ang tanang nánà, Squeeze the boil so all the pus comes out. Sudlig túbig ang tináig hiyúra, Run water into the intestines and squeeze them (to clean them). 2. squeeze something that is long with the fingers to straighten it out. Hiyúrun ku ang alambri arun mutánus, I will squeeze the wire with my fingers to straighten it out.


híyud

Cebuano

v. get curled up from dampness, heat. Nahíyud ang tabla nga nainitan, The lumber curled because it was left in the sun; 2. see hiyudhíyud. hiyudhíyud v. undulate, wiggle about with an undulating motion. Naghiyudhíyud ang kílid sa tulda nga gidasmagan sa huyúhuy, The wall of the tarpaulin tent undulated as it was blown by the breeze; n. undulation.


híyum

Cebuano

v. press the lips tight. Inay mutíngug mihíyum na hinúun sa bàbà, Instead of talking she pressed her lips tight. hiyumhiyum see kipìkipì. see kípì. pa-, pa-(→) v. smile. Mipahiyum kanímu ang kapaláran, Lady Luck smiled on you. Pahyúmi ang bátà, Smile at the child; n. smile. mapa-un a. smiling.


híyung

Cebuano

v. for the eyes to squint, close, particularly to see something better. Mihíyung ang mata ni Imuy nga mitútuk kanákù, Emoy squinted as he looked at me. (→) a. slit-eyed, having a piece of epidermis over the eyes so that they look very narrow. -un a. somewhat squint-eyed. hiyunghiyung, hiyunghíyung see kipìkipì. see kípì.


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