List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter H - Page 56

histórya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. historia) History, story, event. (see marágtas).



hítà

Hiligaynon

The groin.


hitâ-hítà

Hiligaynon

Dim. of hítà. Anything resembling the groin, as an angled groove, indentations in fruits, etc.


hitáas

Hiligaynon

High, elevated, above, eminent, elated, lofty, tall, towering; above, before, previously, some lines or pages back. Ibutáng mo ang krús sa hitáas sang simbáhan. Put the cross on the highest point of the church. Ang nasámbit sa hitáas--. What has been stated above or before--. (see táas).


hitabû

Hiligaynon

Event, accident, incident, happening, deed, occurence. (see tabû, hatabû).


hítad

Hiligaynon

To stretch, open or smooth out cloth, paper, etc. Ginahítad mo lang ang tulún-an nga walâ mo pagabasáha. You are keeping the book open without reading it. Hitáda (-ára) ang mantél. Smooth out the table-cloth. (see bítad, hínat).


hítam

Hiligaynon

Remains of food adhering to the inside of a kettle, pot, pan. Tinloí sing maáyo ang kólon, agúd makúhà ang tanán nga hítam. Clean the rice-kettle well, so that all the adhering particles of food may be removed. (see ríka).


hitáo, hitáwo

Hiligaynon

To impersonate, personify. (see táo, táwo).


hitápul

Hiligaynon

To come to an understanding, agree. (see sápul, hitúpul).


To throb, pulsate, beat (of boils, etc.).


hitô-hítò

Hiligaynon

Management, contrivance, resourcefulness, machination, ways and means. Maáyo silá sing hitôhítò. Their management is good, (they are managing well). They are quite resourceful. Maáyo ang íla hitôhítò sang piniliáy. Their election-campaign is well managed or organized. (See pahitôhítò-to manage, etc.).


hitóhog

Hiligaynon

To agree, pull well together, get on well together, hit it well together, be well joined, harmonize, square with, suit or fit together. Silá nga duhá nagahitóhog gid. The two of them are well mated or matched,-are pulling well together. Ang ibán nga mga magasawá walâ paghilitóhog (paghitóhog). Some married couples are not well suited,-are ill-assorted. Hitohóga silá. Try to make them pull together. (see tóhog, alóghog, hisáhò, hiúsa, hitúpul).


hitsúra

Hiligaynon

Form, figure; impertinence, shame, cheek. (see etsúra, tsúri, súri, hitsúri).


hitsúri

Hiligaynon

See hitsúra.


hitúkul

Hiligaynon

To seize suddenly, make a dash for, fall upon, jump and catch; to overlap, overtake, catch up with. (see túkul, tóklò).


hitúpul

Hiligaynon

To come together, meet, conspire, agree, make common cause, pull together. (see túpul, típon, húmon, húmut, hitóhog).


hiúgyon

Hiligaynon

To cooperate, collaborate, work together, unite, combine, join in, help each other, have unison. Hiúgyon (maghiúgyon) kamó. Cooperate, unite. Naghiliúgyon silá sa pagpatíndog sing ermíta. They helped each other to erect a chapel. They joined together in building a chapel. Hiugyoní nínyo ang kalaíngnon, aradohón, etc. Assist each other in burning out the jungle, in ploughing, etc. (see hitóhog, hiúsa, binuligáy).


hiúpud

Hiligaynon

(H) To accompany, be or go together, live together, consort with, bear or keep company with. Maghiúpud ka sa íya-or-hiúpdi siá. Bear him company. Go along with him. (see upúd, búylog, tawás).


hiurúng, hioróng

Hiligaynon

To be taken aback, be astonished, be surprised, etc. See oróng, urúng, tingála, búlung.


hiúsa

Hiligaynon

(H) To be one, be of one mind, be in unison, have union. Nagahiúsa ang íla pagtóo, or: Nagahiliúsa silá sa pagtóo. They are one in faith. (see isá, usá, hiúgyon, hitóhog, hisáhò).


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