List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 89

hublut

Cebuano

see hulbut.



hubo

Cebuano

abstract


hubo

Cebuano

adj. naked


hubo

Cebuano

adj. nude


hubo

Cebuano

adj. unclad


hubo

Cebuano

bare


huboan

Cebuano

strip


huboan

Cebuano

undress


hubog

Cebuano

adj. drunk


hubog

Cebuano

adj. groggy


hubog

Cebuano

intoxicated


hubog tiil

Cebuano

barefoot


hubog-hubog

Cebuano

groggy


hubog-hubog

Cebuano

tipsy


huboy

Cebuano

n. bump


huboy

Cebuano

node


húbù

Cebuano

v. 1. take off something one wears. Hubúa ang ímung sapátus, Take off your shoes. Gihubúan níla ang bag-ung pyánu sa íyang tabun, They took the cover off of the new piano; 2. — sa katungdánan, sutána resign from one’s duties, be relieved of duties. Maghúbù siya sa íyang sutána únà magminyù, He will resign from his priestly duties before he marries. Gihubúan siya sa íyang katungdánan, He was relieved of his duties. — sa Santu Ninyu n. the Friday following the feast of the Holy Child (held on a Sunday) during which the elaborate attire of the image is changed. pa- n. the dress that a bride wears after taking off her wedding dress. (→) a. 1. bare, naked. Hubung láwas, A naked body; 2. devoid or wanting in. Hubù sa mga mwiblis, Bare of furniture. Hubù sa pagláum, Devoid of hope; 3. simple, plain. Dì siya musúruy tungud sa hubù nga katarúngan nga wà siyay kwarta, He won’t go out for the simple reason that he has no money. hubùhúbù n. showing off nakedness. Salídang hubùhúbù, Film full of nude scenes; v. show off nakedness. -in-an(→) n. clothes that are too soiled to wear. Ihayhay ang ímung mga hinubuan arun mamala ang singut, Hang your soiled clothes up so that the perspiration will dry out. ka-(→) n. barrenness, being unadorned. Ang kahubù sa kinaiyáhan, Unadorned nature.


hubug

Cebuano

a. drunk, intoxicated. Hubug kaáyu ang táwu kay nagsusapinday na, The man must be very drunk. He is staggering. Hubug sa kalípay, Intoxicated with happiness. Hubug sa báhù, Whoozy from the stench; v. 1. make drunk. Hubgun ku si Pípi, I’ll get Pepe drunk; 1a. make oneself drunk. Maghubug ku arun malímut, I will get drunk in order to forget; 2. be groggy from some outside cause. Nahubug ang buksidur sa nagpungasing kúmù sa kuntra, The boxer became groggy from the blows his opponent rained on him. Ang anghit nímu makahubug, Your stench can make one pass out; 3. excite greatly, overcome with powerful emotion. Nahubug siya sa gahum nga gisángun kaníya, He was intoxicated by the power entrusted to him. Hubgun ku ang babáyi sa mga pasálig, I’ll intoxicate the girl with promises. (←) engage in drunken revelry. Maghúbug sila kay nakadawat ug bakpi, They will go on a spree because they received their back pay. hubgánun a. easily getting intoxicated with liquor, smoke, nauseating odors. Dílì ku makasustinir ug panabákù kay hubgánun kaáyu ku, I can not stand smoking because I easily get intoxicated by the smoke. hubughúbug v. get drunk habitually. Dílì ka maghubughúbug samtang mag-iskuyla ka, You should not drink while you are attending school. -in- v. act or do something as a drunk would. pala-(→) n. drunkard.


hubun

Cebuano

n. fontanel, the soft, boneless areas in the skull of a baby or young animal which are later closed by the formation of bone. hubunhubun see hubun.


húbung

Cebuano

a. full and plump. Húbung ning mga síku, These sapodillas are nice and plump; v. full and rounded. Magkahúbung ang láwas sa babáying maghinága, The body of a girl becomes full and rounded as she approaches adolescence.


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