List of Cebuano words starting with the letter H - Page 98

húlad

Cebuano

v. 1. describe, depict. Mihúlad (nahúlad, gihúlad) sa íyang panagway ang túmang kabaláka, Extreme anxiety appeared on her face; 2. publish something in the newspapers and magazines. Ang gisangpútan sa piniliay mauy ihúlad sa tanang mantaláan dinhi, The results of the elections will be published in all the papers here; 3. copy something on the pattern of something else. Kining dibuhúa mauy hulári sa ímu, Pattern your drawing after this one. Ihúlad sa Katidral ang kapilya, Pattern the barrio chapel after the Cathedral; 4. translate. Hulára (ihúlad) ning bálak sa Ininglis, Translate the poem into English; n. 1. something which is exactly like something else. Ang átung mga batan-ung nagpataas sa ílang buhuk mauy húlad sa mga hípi sa Amirika, Our young men who wear their hair long are just like the hippies in America; 2. copy, full reproduction; 3. an issue of a magazine or newspaper. (→) see huwad.



hulagan

Cebuano

adj. fidgety


hulagway

Cebuano

(coined from húlad plus dagway) n. 1. picture, portrait; 2. image, mental picture of something v. 1. portray, picture, be shown. Ang íyang mga sinulat mihulagway sa kangil-ad sa kahiladman sa táwu, His writings portray how evil men are deep down inside them. Mihulagway sa íyang nawung ang túmang kabaláka, Extreme worry showed in her face. Hulagwáya (ihulagway) sa mga namínaw ang mga taras sa mga Muslim, Describe the traits of the Muslims to the audience; 2. imagine, picture for oneself. Makahulagway ku kun unsa ang íyang kalípay, I can just picture how happy she is. 3. take someone’s picture. Hulagwáyi nang nindut nga talan-áwun, Take a picture of that beautiful scenery.


hulagway

Cebuano

depict


hulagway

Cebuano

effigy


hulagway

Cebuano

icon


hulagway

Cebuano

n. panel


hulagway

Cebuano

n. picture


hulagway

Cebuano

photo


hulagway

Cebuano

photograph


hulagway

Cebuano

portrait


hulagway

Cebuano

reflection


hulahúla

Cebuano

(not without l) n. hula-hula, a Hawaiian dance performed by women; v. dance, do the hula-hula.


hulahup

Cebuano

(not without l) n. hula hoop; v. play with a hula hoop.


húlak

Cebuano

v. for the delicious taste of food to come out. Muhúlak ang lamì sa tinap-ánan basta utánan, The delicious taste of smoked fish comes out if you cook it with vegetables.


hulam

Cebuano

borrow


hulam

Cebuano

n. loan


hulam

Cebuano

v. 1. borrow something Gihulaman (gihugman, gihudman) nákù ang íyang lápis, I borrowed his pencil; 2. adopt, take over as one’s own. Ang mga Pilipínu daghang gihulaman (gihugman) nga kinaíya, The Filipinos have adopted many foreign traits. pa- v. lend. Pilay ímung pahuwaman? How much are you going to lend? n. loan. -anan(←) n. one one borrows from. Kinsa may ímung hulamánan ug kwarta? Who do you borrow from? -in-an a. 1. something borrowed; 2. adopted, taken over as one’s own; 2a. affected, put on. Wà ku kaangay sa batásan níyang hinulaman, I don’t like her affected manners.


hulangyud

Cebuano

v. slip and fall. Nahulangyud ku sa sínaw nga salug, I slipped and fell on the slippery floor.


hular

Cebuano

see hurar.


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