List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter H - Page 55

hiriábut

Hiligaynon

(B) To reach, etc. See hiliábut.



hirigíta

Hiligaynon

A worthless woman, a slattern. (see girigíta).


hirîhî

Hiligaynon

To laugh heartily. (see hîhî, harákhak, talángkaw).


hirihímo

Hiligaynon

Glad, pleased, content on account of some accession of help. Hirihímo akó kay dirí na ikáw. I am glad that you are here (to help me). Hirihímo akó kay naghánggud ka na kag saráng ka makabúlig sa ákon. I am pleased that you are now grown up and able to help me.


hiriláum

Hiligaynon

To rely one upon the other, trust that another will do what one should do oneself. Walâ níla pagbayári ang íla útang, kay naghiriláum silá. They did not pay their debt, because each one thought that the other one had paid (would pay).


hiringítyon

Hiligaynon

(B) The last of a series, end, termination, finishing stroke or touch. Amó iní ang hiringítyon nga tínday siníng matsóra. This is the last calf of this old cow. (see ití, hiringítyon literally means the last portion emitted by a hen evacuating her bowels; kinágut).


hiripáw

Hiligaynon

(B) To relieve, console, cheer up, gladden. Ang sulát sang íya anák nagpahiripáw sa íya. Her son's letter gladdened her. Nahiripawán siá sang íya ginháwa tungúd sang amó nga sulát. That letter cheered her up. (see lípay, úmpaw).


hirípo

Hiligaynon

To gather, collect, take in, appropriate, etc. (see harípo, hípu, karipón, típon).


híro

Hiligaynon

(Sp. hierro, herrar) Mark, brand; to mark or brand with an iron. May híro ang kabáyo. The horse is branded. Magahíro akó sang ákon karakáw. I will brand my buffalo. Magapahíro akó sang ákon báka. I will have my cow branded. Sa taghiriró madámù nga mga háyup ang pagahiróhan. During the branding season many domestic animals will be marked. (see márka, doón, óso, úso).


hírup

Hiligaynon

Intimacy, tender affection; to be intimate, have tender affection for. Nagahírup or nagahirupáy silá. They are very intimate. Ginahirúpan níya ang íya ábyan. He has a tender affection for his friend.


hísà

Hiligaynon

Envy, spite, grudge, malevolence, malignity, malice, ill-will, bad-blood, ill-nature, spleen; to envy, grudge, be spiteful, bear a grudge, vent one's spleen, harbour ill-will, etc. Indì ka maghísà sa íya-or-Indì mo siá paghisáan. Don't envy him-or-Bear him no ill-will. (see híkaw).


hísà

Hiligaynon

To slap, kick, pinch, strike, or the like (especially among children). Dílì ka maghísà sa íya. Don't pinch him. (see sakít, kodót).


hisáhò

Hiligaynon

To agree well, get on-, pull-, hit it-, well together, be in accord, correspond. (see sahô, hitóhog, hiúsa, hiúgyon, binuligáy).


hisálò

Hiligaynon

To fit, suit, agree, correspond, match. Walâ paghisálò ang íla sugilánon. Their conversation is all out of joint. They do not understand each other (their answers not agreeing with the questions, or the like). Walâ na silá paghisálò. They are not on good terms any longer. (see salô).


hisálo, hisálok

Hiligaynon

To sit down together with others, take meals in common; to agree, harmonize, live in harmony. (see sálo, hisálò, hisáhò).


hisáyod

Hiligaynon

To know, be aware of, understand, be acquainted with the facts. Nakahisáyod ikáw sinâ? Ginahisayóran (ginahisáyran, ginahisayódan) mo inâ? Do you know that? Have you knowledge of that? (see sáyod, hibaló, hántup, hangúp, áto, balíntúnod, álam).


hisáysay

Hiligaynon

To explain, expound, elucidate, enlarge upon. (see sáysay, ásoy).


hisô

Hiligaynon

Oil, ointment, pomade (for the hair).


híso, hísò

Hiligaynon

To oil the hair, use hair-oil. Hisói (hisóhi) ang ímo bohók sing lána. Oil your hair with coconut-oil. May hisô ikáw, kay manghíso akó? Have you got some hair-oil, for I wish to oil my hair? (see háplas, bádlis, pamánhop).


hisónò

Hiligaynon

According to, in consonance with, conformable to; to agree, correspond, be in consonance or harmony with. (see sonô).


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