List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter H - Page 46

hinalángday

Hiligaynon

To decline, set, go down (of sun, moon, stars).



hinálì

Hiligaynon

Sudden, unexpected, instant, abrupt, hasty, all at once, thoughtless, unpremeditated, on the spur of the moment, without reflection, temerarious; to do something under a sudden impulse, act thoughtlessly, rashly. Sa hinálì gid lámang natúmba siá kag napatáy. All at once he dropped down dead. Indì ka maghinálì maghámbal. Don't talk under the impulse of the moment (without reflection). Patawára akó, kay nakahinálì akó maghámbal sang díli nagakaígò. Pardon me, for under the impulse of the moment I have spoken improperly. Sa hinálì ákon siá nakítà sa tungâ sang mga táo. Suddenly I saw him in the midst of the people. (see dalî).


hinalî

Hiligaynon

To act rashly, impulsively; to happen suddenly, unexpectedly. Nahinalián siá sang balatían kag napatáy. He suddenly fell ill and died. (see dalî, hinálì).


hinalígi

Hiligaynon

(H) Made into posts or columns, after the manner of posts, etc.; column (of a news-paper).


hinaló

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to or like an iguana; to act like an iguana. Nagahinaló siá. He acts like an iguana, (acts as if he were deaf). May batásan siá nga hinaló. He behaves like an iguana. (see haló-iguana).


hinalúp

Hiligaynon

Having set or gone down (of sun, moon). Hinalúp na ang búlan. The moon has set. (see sálup, tunúd).


hinálup

Hiligaynon

Plugged; embossed, studded. (see hálop, hálup).


hinalúp

Hiligaynon

To set, go down (of sun, moon, etc.). Naghinalúp na ang ádlaw. The sun has set. Nahinálpan kamí sang ádlaw sang ámon paglakát. The sun went down whilst we were on our way. (see sálup, túnud).


hinám-is

Hiligaynon

To take pleasure in, delight in, gloat over; drink something sweet. Mahinám-is kitá sing isá ka báso nga tubâ. Let us drink a glass of sweet toddy. Ginahinam-isán ko ang nahanabô. I am delighted at the way things have turned out. (see tám-is, panám-is).


hinámà

Hiligaynon

To exceed reasonable limits, do to excess. Nahinám-an silá sang básol. They were scolded more than they deserved. (see támà).


hinámbad

Hiligaynon

Millions, by the millions. (see hámbad, rinamák).


hinambalán

Hiligaynon

An oral agreement, understanding or promise, unwritten, by word of mouth. Walâ siá sing hinambalán. He does not keep his word-or-his oral promises or agreements are unreliable. Salalígan ang táo nga may hinambalán. Trustworthy is the man, who is as good as his word. Also: Perf. passive of hámbal. Hinambalán ko siá. I spoke to him (about it).


hinámbit

Hiligaynon

To mention, refer to, name, allude to, bring forward, give out, relate. Indì ka maghinámbit sang amó nga mga butáng. Don't mention such things. Nahinambitán níya akó sang íya báka nga binalígyà. He mentioned to me that his cow was sold. (see sámbit).


hinámpas

Hiligaynon

Struck; attacked. (see hámpas).


hinámpung

Hiligaynon

To reach, come to, arrive at, make. (see sámpung, abút, sáp-ong, sámput, dángat).


hinámput

Hiligaynon

To draw near, approach, come towards, move in the direction of the speaker. Nagahinámput na siá. He is drawing near. Ginhinampután akó níya. He approached me, came towards me. (see dámput, sámput, abút, palapít).


hinanákit

Hiligaynon

Pain, grief, sorrow, trouble. Walâ na siá sing hinanákit. He has no longer any grief or pain. (see sákit, sakít).


hinanarám

Hiligaynon

(B) To like, be attached or addicted to, have a craving for. Nagahinanarám siá sang sáut. She likes dancing very much. (see dimát, yánggaw, lúyag, wíli).


To lie upon or across, to lean upon. (see tángday, bángday, hinalángday).


hinangát

Hiligaynon

To reach, come to, amount to. Nagahinangát na sa limá ka líbo ka mángmang ang íya nga ginhinguyáng. He has already spent five thousand pesos. (see dángat).


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