List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 9

hagsà

Cebuano

v. 1. fall heavily onto something hard, cause something to do so. Nahagsà ang ayruplánu, The airplane crashed. Kinsay naghagsà íning mga libru? Who slammed these books down? 2. for a younger person to call an older person by his name without a title of respect; 3. fail someone in school; n. 1. things that have fallen; 2. subject failed. -in- n. crashing sound. Hinagsà sa dagkung káhuy, The crashing sound of the falling trees.



hagsak

Cebuano

v. fall down hard, but usually not onto something hard. Ihagsak nang mga pinusù sa tápuk, Throw the ears of corn onto the pile.


hagtak

Cebuano

v. 1. make a cracking or banging sound of objects on colliding or falling, drop something making such a sound. Mihagtak ang íyang úlu pagkaigù sa búla, His head went bang when the ball hit it. Ayaw ihagtak ang mga kinúhang mangga arun dì mabuak, Don’t bang the mangoes we picked so that they won’t split open; 2. spend, lose a big amount in a single instance. Mihagtak ang íyang usa ka líbu sa búwang, He lost his one thousand in a single bet in a cockfight.


hagtik

Cebuano

n. sharp clicking sound. Ang hagtik sa íyang mga tudlù, The clicking sound of his fingers. Ang hagtik sa gátu, The click of the trigger. Ang hagtik sa kandádu, The clicking of the lock; a. for new paper bills to be crisp. Bag-u pa ning gipagawas kwartáha kay hagtik pa man, This must be a new bill because it is still crisp (lit. still clicks); v. make a clicking, ticking sound. Mihagtik ang íyang nawung sa ákung suntuk, His face made a clicking sound when I hit him. -in- n. continuous clicking sound. Ang hinagtik sa makinilya, The clicking of the typewriter keys.


hagtik

Cebuano

tick


hagtok

Cebuano

click


hagtub

Cebuano

n. loud thumping sound, sound produced by a blow on a hollow object. Ang hagtub sa bumbu, The thumping sound of the bass drum; v. produce a loud thumping sound. Muhagtub ug maáyu ang báhu sa istiryu, The bass of the stereophonic record player makes a loud thumping sound. Muhagtub ka giyud run dihà ug dì ka muhílum, You’ll get it (lit. you’ll go thump) if you don’t shut up.


hagtuk

Cebuano

n. loud knocking sound; v. 1. produce a loud knocking sound. Naghagtuk ang urasan katulu, The clock struck three times; 2. make loud footfalls on the stairs; 3. spend, release a large amount of money at once. Pag-usa ka úras nihagtuk dáyun ang tris sa abangan, At the end of one hour I coughed up three bucks for the rent.


hagtus

Cebuano

v. 1. for a line, rope to break under tension, cause it to do so. Mihagtus ang íyang tabánug dihang mikusug ang huyup sa hángin, His kite string broke in the heavy gust of wind. Dì makahagtus ning barútu sa íyang pundu, This boat can’t break away from its moorings; 2. for emotional feelings to give way. Nahagtus na ang tumuy sa íyang paílub, His last ounce of patience finally gave way.


hagu

Cebuano

exclamation of disgust. Hagu, kakápuy ba ning trabahúa, My! This work is so tiresome.


hágù

Cebuano

v. 1. exert effort. Naghágù kug limpiyu sa báy, I went to a lot of trouble to clean the house. Ayaw nag hagúi pagbása, Don’t bother reading that; 2. expend one’s effort uselessly. Naghágù lang kag kupya. Ipasíruks man nà, You’re wasting your effort in copying that. We’re going to xerox it. 3. exhaust someone with overwork. Nahágù ku pagpangarga, I got exhausted loading the cargo. Nahágù hinúun kag hatud íni dà! Thanks! You went to so much trouble to bring this to me; a. 1. requiring effort; 2. tired from overwork. Hágù kaáyu siya gíkan sa upisína, He arrived home from work exhausted; n. 1. penalty imposed on the loser in a children’s game; 2. see hatsuy. (→) a. see hágù; n. walay — failing to put something to good use. Gawía ning sapátus. Díay ákung way hagù, Use these shoes. I have some here that I’m not using anyway. ka- 1. effort; 2. exhaustion. -in-an n. fruits of one’s efforts.


hagubhub

Cebuano

n. prolonged, low, booming sound. Hagubhub ug báhu ang íyang sista, The bass string on his guitar produces a prolonged, hollow sound; v. make a prolonged, booming sound. Ang naghagubhub nga mga tíngug sa píkas kwartu, The booming sound of voices in the next room.


hágud

Cebuano

v. 1. rub material onto strings to impart a desired property. Hagúri ug kandílà ang hílu nga itahì sa sapátus, Rub wax onto the thread you will repair the shoes with; 2. make something smooth and pliable by rubbing it over the edge of something Naghágud kug buli arun laláhun, I am softening buri leaves to weave; 2a. for rope or similar things to get worn out from use. Nahágud ang higut sa bábuy sa tantung bag-idbag-id, The pig’s rope got worn from being rubbed so much; 3. for males to masturbate. (→) n. 1. substance to coat strings and lines to impart a desired property; 2. a mixture of pulverized glass used as a coating for kite strings. hinagúran a. possessing the desired property as a result of having been rubbed with something.


hagudilà

Cebuano

see hagurilà.


hagugma

Cebuano

see higugma. see gugma.


háguk

Cebuano

v. snore. Muháguk ka bang matúlug? Do you snore when you sleep? n. snores.


hagukà

Cebuano

a. 1. poorly built. Dalì rang matumba ang balay nga hagukà pagkagamà, A poorly built house will quickly collapse; 2. loosely bound, fastened, tied, etc. Hagukà ang pagkahikut sa kátig, The outrigger of the boat is loosely tied; 3. not firmly packed, flabby. Hagukang láwas nga naghíting sa katambuk, A flabby body with hanging folds of fat. Hagukà rang pag-impáki sa paldu, The bale was not tightly packed; 4. for plans or ideas not to be well thought out. Hagukang mga plánu sa pagdibisiyun sa ílang balay, The layout of their house was poorly thought out; 5. for boiled staple to be cooked very soft; 6. for promises, words to be empty or insincere. Dì na katuhúan ang hagukà nga mga sáad sa pulitiku, You can’t trust the empty promises of a politician; 7. weak, having little resistance to disease. Kay hagukà ka man kaáyug láwas ayaw pagpaduas sa úlan, You get sick so easily, so don’t expose yourself to the rain.


haguka

Cebuano

adj. empty


haguka

Cebuano

n. hollow


hagulhul

Cebuano

n. 1. sound of sobbing combined with crying; 2. sound of barking; v. 1. sob and cry; 2. make a barking sound. Nakamata ku dáyun dihang mihagulhul ang irù, I woke up instantly at the first growls of the dog.


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