Meaning of hilaw

hilaw

Cebuano

adj. raw



hilaw

Cebuano

adj. uncooked


hilaw

Cebuano

adj. unripe


hilaw

Cebuano

crude


hilaw

Cebuano

green


hilaw

Cebuano

immature


hilaw

Cebuano

light


hilaw

Cebuano

a. 1. uncooked, raw. Hilaw pa nang kan-un, The rice is still uncooked; 2. unripe, green. Aslum ang manggang hilaw, Green mangoes taste sour; 3. pale, light in color. Hilaw nga pagkapula ang pintal sa ílang balay, Their house is painted a pale red; 4. for one’s facial expression to be artificial and unnatural. Hilaw ang íyang pahiyum kay sad-an nákù siya, She gave me a forced smile because she had a guilty conscience for what she did to me. 4a. having an embarrassed expression on the face. Hilaw ang ílang dagway sa nasakpan sila, They had an embarrassed expression on their faces when they were caught; 5. in phrases: bibingka nga — n. woman’s genitalia. budbud nga — n. penis. — nga ayis ice that hasn’t frozen well, having a white soft part in the middle; v. 1. be halfway cooked, cook something halfway. Kinsay naghilaw sa paglútù sa kan-un? Who cooked the rice that is half done? 2. get an artificial, forced expression on the face; 3. get an embarrassed expression on the face; 4. be unripe, green. Ug mahilaw ang mangga ayawg ipakáun sa bátà, If the mango is green, don’t give it to the child to eat. tagilhaw a. not yet fully ripe.