List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter H - Page 47

hinánggup

Hiligaynon

Soaked in salt and water. Nakakáon akó sing hinánggup nga kamóti, kán-on, etc. I ate some tomatoes, rice, etc. soaked in salt and water. (see hánggup).



hinangíban

Hiligaynon

Arms, weapon. See hinganíban.


hinangílid

Hiligaynon

Trimmings, shavings, a part taken from the side of a thing. (see kílid, hangílid).


hinángput

Hiligaynon

To arrive, reach, come to. (see sángput, sámput, abút).


hinápal

Hiligaynon

To slap, strike; to revile, rail at, curse and swear, use strong language. (see dapál).


hinapús-tapús

Hiligaynon

Towards the end, near completion, nearly finished, almost complete; extreme, consummate; to be nearly finished, etc. (see tápus, talipuspusón, hingapús).


hinarákhak

Hiligaynon

Loud laughter, merriment; to guffaw, laugh heartily. (see harákhak, talángkaw, arík-ik).


hinaramáy

Hiligaynon

A kind of tree whose bark is used for medicinal purposes.


hinaráya

Hiligaynon

The language of mountaineers or of people living in districts away from the coast-line; pertaining to that language; pertaining to the customs and manners of mountaineers; to speak that language. Nagakalaínláin ang hinaráya kag ang hiligáynon. The language of the mountains and that of Iloilo are different. Maálam ka balá maghinaráya? Do you know how to speak the dialect of the mountains? Naghinaráya siá sa ákon-or-ginhinarayáhan akó níya. He spoke to me in the mountain-dialect. Dirí siníng lugár hinaráya ang hámbal. Here in this place the mountain-dialect is spoken. (see hiniráya id.; layá, ilayá, binukídnon).


hinásà

Hiligaynon

Much in demand, selling well, having a ready sale, much called for, to sell well, sell off quickly, etc. Hinásà (nagahinásà) ang bákal sa tiénda ni Fuláno. The goods for sale in N.N.'s shop are much in demand. (see hásà, bákal, áka).


hinát

Hiligaynon

Stretched, smoothed out, open. See hínat.


hínat

Hiligaynon

To stretch out, smooth, hold tightly to, open, (a book, cloth, paper, etc.), unfold, straighten out. Hináta ang hénero. Stretch out the cloth, smooth it out. Hináti akó sang ákon báyò nga yokô. Smooth out my creased jacket. Daláyon lang siá nagahínat sang baráha sa adláw-ádlaw nga tanán. He opens the cards every day, (i.e. he is always playing at cards). Palabása gid siá; dáyon lang níya ginahínat ang líbro. He is an omnivorous reader; he always keeps a book open before him. (see hítad).


hináw

Hiligaynon

(H) To wash the hands. Nakahináw ka sang ímo kamót? Have you washed your hands? Maghináw ka ánay sang ímo kamót kon magkáon ka. Wash your hands before you eat. Hinawí ang íya kamót. Wash his hands. Pahinawá siá sang íya kamót. Let him wash his hands. Ihináw iníng túbig sa ímo kamót. Wash your hands in this water. (see hunáw, libánaw, ribánaw, panghináw).


hinawâhawâ

Hiligaynon

Small or trifling matters, litte things, easy work. Walâ gid siá sing mga mahágò nga pangabúdlay, kóndì mga hinawâhawâ gid lámang. He has no heavy work, but only easy jobs. (see mahúay).


hínay

Hiligaynon

Slow, leisurely, gentle; to do slowly, leisurely, tenderly, gently, etc. Hínay! Slowly! Be careful! Hínay ka! Go slow! Be careful! Hináya lang ang ímo paglakát. Walk slowly. Ginhínay níla ang trabáho. They worked slowly. Ang kabáyo nagahínay na, kay nabúdlay. The horse goes slowly now, for it is tired. Hináya ang paghákwat sang masakít. Lift the sick man tenderly, gently, slowly, carefully. (see búndul, pákok, etc.).


hináy-hínay

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hínay. Hináyhínay lang kamó. Go slow. Be on your guard. Take care. Gently. Take your time.


hinayón

Hiligaynon

(B) Pause, rest, interruption, stop, interval, intermission, cessation, breathing spell. Walâ sing hinayón ang íya nga pagkánta, pangabúdlay, paglágaw, etc. He is constantly singing, working, walking to and fro, etc. He sings, etc. without a pause. (see langán, puút).


hinébra

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ginebra) Gin; also (loosely) brandy, cognac, whiskey, any strong alcoholic liquor.


hinéte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. jinete) Rider, horseman; jockey. (see mangangabayó).


hingában

Hiligaynon

To finish (weaving, etc.). Nakahingában ka na sang ákon delargóhon? Have you finished the cloth for my trousers? Pilá ka térno ang ímo ginhingában? How many suits of clothes have you finished weaving? Mahingabánan mo balá akó sang ákon térno sa sulúd siníng pituádlaw? Can you finish (weaving) my suit of clothes this week? Indì akó makahingában sang ímo háblon sa sulúd sa isá ka búlan. I cannot get your cloth off the loom within a month. (see ában).


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