List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter H - Page 5

hágkal

Hiligaynon

To pant, gasp for breath with the tongue sticking out. Ginpahágkal ang idô sang talunón. The wild boar made the dog pant. (see hágal).



hágkan

Hiligaynon

From halúk-to kiss. (see hádkan, hárkan).


hágkot

Hiligaynon

Dregs, sediment; to adhere or stick to. (see dágkut, dokót, pilít).


hágmak

Hiligaynon

To fall down prone, head foremost, headlong, head first, fall on one's face. Nakahágmak siá. He fell down foremost. Itíklod siá sa likód, agúd maghágmak. Push him from behind so that he may fall on his face. (see dúsmò, dágpà, sukámod).


hágmuk

Hiligaynon

To soften, mollify, ease. (see hálmok, hagánhágan).


hágnà

Hiligaynon

Proposal, motion, bill; to propose, purpose, intend. Hágnà nga pagbulút-an. A bill to be-brought in,-introduced, a project of law.


hagnáya

Hiligaynon

See agnáya.


hágnop

Hiligaynon

To inspire fear, cause a feeling of uneasiness, to haunt. Nagakahágnop silá sádtong baláy, káy may amaránhing, konó. They are afraid of that house, because, they say, it is haunted by a ghost. Nahagnopán akó. I feel uneasy, nervous, apprehensive. Ginakahagnopán sang ibán iníng lonók, kay may tumáo, konó. Some are afraid of (coming near) this mangrove, for, they say, it is inhabited by goblins. (see hádluk, dírham, kúlbà).


hagô

Hiligaynon

Tired, fatigued, weary. (see luyâ, paúl).


hágò

Hiligaynon

To tireout, fatigue, weary, wearout, exhaust. Hagóa siá sa trabáho. Tire him out with work. Ginhágò siá sang pagtánum. He was exhausted from planting rice. Ihágò ko sa íya iníng trabáho. I'll give him this tiresome job. Patrabahóhon ko siá túbtub nga mahágò siá. I'll make him work till he becomes tired-out. (see búdlay, lúyà, luyâ, pául).


hágok

Hiligaynon

To snore. Nagahágok siá kon nagakatulúg. He snores when he sleeps. Hágok-or-maghágok ka, agúd ang nagasákà maghunâhúnà nga nagakatulúg ka na. Snore, so that the one who is coming up may think you are already asleep. Indì mo siá pagpukáwon kóndì pahagóka lang siá. Don't awaken him, but just let him snore on. (see hulágok, hurágok).


hagónoy

Hiligaynon

A medicinal herb.


hagóyhágoy

Hiligaynon

To loaf, roam, loiter, ramble. See hadóyhádoy.


hágpis

Hiligaynon

To be or make lean, thin, slender, skinny, gaunt, lank. Naghágpis ang láwas níya. He has grown slender. Pahagpisá siá sa pangabúdlay, kay lakás katámbok sa íya. Make him thin by work, for he is too fat. (see hágwos, nipís, níwang).


hágpok

Hiligaynon

To be or make crisp, crimp, friable, short. Naghágpok iníng kiníhad nga tinápay. These slices of bread have become crisp. Pahagpoká ang pánit sang letsón. Let the skin of the roast pig turn into crackling.


hágrak

Hiligaynon

The death-rattle; to breathe heavily in agony. Malapít na ang hágrak níya. His death-rattle is approaching. Madalî na lang mautás ang íya ginháwa, kay nagahágrak na siá. He will soon breathe his last, for the death-rattle has begun. (see tingâ).


hágrak

Hiligaynon

To snore, breathe with difficulty due to stuffed nostrils or the like. (see hulágok, hurágok).


hágrok

Hiligaynon

To croak, emit a low hoarse sound as of a frog or raven; a croak. (see kálà, kalâkalâ).


hagúbhub

Hiligaynon

Echo, reverberation, repercussion; a low, heavy, rumbling sound; to echo, reecho, reverberate, rumble, boom, thunder, roar. (see dagúbdub, hagúnghung, lághong).


hagúbhub

Hiligaynon

Moist, well-watered; to be or become moist, etc. (see lanág).


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