Meaning of hinay

hinay

Cebuano

adj. light



hinay

Cebuano

feeble


hinay

Cebuano

lag


hinay

Cebuano

slow


hinay

Cebuano

weak


hínay

Cebuano

a. 1. slow; 1a. lacking in speed. Hínay kaáyu ang íyang mga lákang, She walked slowly; 1b. taking long to happen. Hínay ang umintu sa swildu sa maistra, The teacher’s raise in salary is slow in coming; 2. soft; 2a. low, not loud. Hínayng tíngug, Soft voice; 2b. light, not strong. Hínay ra ang ákung sagpà níya, I gave her a very light slap; 2c. gentle. Nabátì ku ang hínay nga dápat sa íyang mga ngábil sa ákung áping, I felt the gentle touch of his lips to my cheeks; v. 1a. do something slowly, become slow. Nahínay (mihínay) ang dinaganan sa bangkà kay daghag karga, The boat has slowed down because of the heavy load. Hináyi (hináya) pagpadágan ang kutsi, Drive the car slowly; 1b. become soft, gentle; do something quietly. Nagkahinay ang radiyu kay nagkadiskarga na ang batiríya, The radio is becoming weak because the batteries are running down. Hináya (ihínay) pagbutang ang bátà, Put the baby down gently. hinayhínay a. 1. rather slow, soft; 2. bit by bit. Ang usa ka lungnik sa hinayhínay nahurut giyud níya, Bit by bit he finally finished a whole fifth; v. do something slowly, gradually. -an(→) tending to move slowly by nature. Hinayan kanà. Dì mahímung padaliun, He’s a slow sort. You can’t rush him. ka- n. slowness, softness. -un(→) a. slow in movement. Hinayun siyang mulíhuk kay masakitun, He moves slowly because he is sickly.


hínay

Cebuano

v. always do something Ngánung naghínay ka na lang núug katúlug dihà? Why do you do nothing but sleep? hinayhínay v. 1. continue to do something Naghinayhínay lang mig káun samtang nagpaábut sila, We continued eating while they waited; 2. leave, get going. Maghinayhínay na lang ta kay hápun na man, Let’s get going because it’s late.