List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter H - Page 6

hagubhúban

Hiligaynon

Moist, well-watered soil. (see lanág, longasóg).



hágud

Hiligaynon

To oil, anoint, grease, rub in fat, tallow, etc. Hagúda (-úra) ánay ang hénero, agúd maghapús ang pagtahî. Rub some fat into the cloth, that it may be easy to sew. Ginhágud níya ang háblon sing táro, kay kon dílì masápnot ang pagsodó sang ángkub. She first rubbed tallow into the materials for weaving, for otherwise it is difficult to beat the weft up to the web with the reed. Metaphorically: to waste, misspend, wear out. Nagahágud lang siá dídto sang íya nga ádlaw, panápton, etc. He merely wastes his time there, wears out his clothes, etc. (see pálhit, háplas, úsik, uyáng).


hagúk

Hiligaynon

One who snores; one that growls, grumbles or utters ill-natured complaints.


háguk

Hiligaynon

To snore. See hágok.


hagukâ

Hiligaynon

Loose, slack, not tight. (see halúg, halungkakâ, hugakâ, tugák).


hagúlut

Hiligaynon

To whizz, fizz, bubble; to throb, drum, din, sing, ring. Nagahagúlut ang dalúnggan ko sa gútum, sa ínit, etc. There is a ringing in my ears on account of hunger, the heat, etc. (see hagúrut).


hagúmhum

Hiligaynon

To hum, coo; rumble, roll, boom. Nakabatî akó sang hagúmhum sang mga balúd. I heard the rumbling of the waves. (see hágung).


hágung

Hiligaynon

To hum, coo, rumble, roll, boom. Nagahágung ang mga kanyón sa malayô. The cannons are booming in the distance. (see hagúnung).


hagúnghung

Hiligaynon

A dull, rumbling sound, boom, rumble, rolling; to emit such a sound. (see hágung, hagúnung, hagúmhum).


hagúnoy

Hiligaynon

To drone, buzz, hum, chirp; to roll, rumble. (see huní, hagúmhum).


hagúnung

Hiligaynon

To hum, roll, boom, emit a dull, rolling, rumbling sound. Nagahagúnung ang dakû nga linggánay. The big bell is booming. (see hágung, hagúnghung).


hagúnus

Hiligaynon

The howling, noisy blowing of wind; to blow, howl, whistle, shriek, scream, screech (of wind). May hagúnus sang hángin nga ginapamatián ko. I hear the howling of the wind. Nagahagúnus ang hángin. The wind is blowing strongly. (see unús, mádlus).


hagúot

Hiligaynon

Low, sunk, sunken; hard, trying, difficult. (see gúot, lapígot).


hagúp

Hiligaynon

To be tame, domesticated, broken in, gentle, meek, docile. Naghagúp na ang iláhas. The wild chicken has become tame now. Pahagupá ang simarón nga karabáw, báka, etc. Tame the wild buffalo, cow, etc. Pahagupí akó siníng períko. Tame this parrot for me. Ipahagúp ko sa ímo iníng kabáyo, kay índì akó makasaráng. I'll give this horse to you to train (break in), for I cannot do it. (see ántà, mánso).


hagúrut, hagurút

Hiligaynon

See hagúlut.


hagús

Hiligaynon

See hág-os.


hágut

Hiligaynon

To straighten, smooth, squeeze empty (by passing through the hand a wire, string, gut, piece of cloth, etc.). Hagúta ang tinái túbtub nga maggwâ ang hígkò. Squeeze the guts to remove the dirt.


hágwos

Hiligaynon

To become lean, thin, etc. See hágpis, hágas, níwang, hág-os.


hágyò

Hiligaynon

Sign, gesture; to gesticulate, make signs and gestures; to swing, move (the arms, legs, etc.; see hágyon).


hágyon

Hiligaynon

Gesture, sign; indication, intention, plan. (see túyò, tándà, timáan).


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