List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter H - Page 61

huád-huád

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of huád. Also: changeable, not firm, fickle.



huádan

Hiligaynon

(B) Example, model, type, original, something to be copied or imitated. (see huád).


huáran

Hiligaynon

(H) Model, etc. See huádan, huluáran, palanganináwan.


huás-húas

Hiligaynon

To push and pull; to masturbate.


húas, hú-as

Hiligaynon

To take out of, extricate, liberate. See háwas, húwas.


huásò

Hiligaynon

False, counterfeit, spurious. (see kulirô, pálso).


huáy

Hiligaynon

Free from work, idle, having nothing to do, able to take it easy, unoccupied.


húay

Hiligaynon

To be light or easy (of work, etc.). Mahúay nga trabáho. Light, easy work. Mapahúay akó. I am going to take it easy, to take a rest. Nagapahúay na siá, kay nabúdlay. He is resting, for he is tired. Papahuáya na ang karabáw, kay maínit. Give the buffalo a rest, for it is hot. Ginpapahúay níya kamí sa íya baláy. He let us take a rest in his house. (see pahúay).


húbad

Hiligaynon

To open, untie, unfasten, solve-, loosen-, undo-, a knot, unbind, unlace. Hubáda (-ára) ang písì. Untie the string. Ginhúbad níya ang pinutús. He opened the parcel. Hubádi akó sang higót sang ákon sapín. Undo my shoe-strings or: unlace my boots. Ihúbad akó ánay sing isá ka binúgkos nga bungálon. Please loosen up a bundle of green fodder. Ihúbad iníng dágum sa hílo nga nagbalíghot. Use this needle to open the knotted thread with. Makahúbad ka siníng paktákon? Can you solve this riddle? (see huád, lubád).


hubág

Hiligaynon

(H) Swelling, boil, ulcer, tumour; to swell, bulge. Nagahubág ang íya kamót. His hand is swollen. Ginhubagán ang íya bútkon. His arm swelled up. Pahubagá lang ang ímo hubág túbtub nga magbúswang kag ugáling búlngon. Just let your boil swell till it bursts, then apply remedies. Nahubág ang padér, pángpang, etc. The stone wall, river-bank etc. bulged (and broke down).


hubág

Hiligaynon

Landslide; to cave in, crumble, fall down. (see típhag, dálhay).


hubán

Hiligaynon

A large cloth or blanket worn round the neck and used to carry a baby in; to wrap (a baby) up in such a blanket or cloth. (see abóyaboy, hubánan).


hubánan

Hiligaynon

The pouch in which marsupial animals carry their young. Ang hubánan sang kangúro ginahubanán níya sa íya nga bátà. The kangaroo carries her young in her pouch.


hubás

Hiligaynon

Evaporated, dried up, shrunk (of eggs, etc.).


hubás

Hiligaynon

To evaporate, dry up, pass off in vapour, vaporize. Nagahubás na ang túbig sa áwang, sa tiníg-ang etc. The water in the well, in the boiling rice, etc. is evaporating, (drying up). Nahúbsan na ang tiníg-ang sing túbig. The water in the boiling rice has evaporated. Sa tingádlaw madámù nga mga áwang ang ginahúbsan (pagahúbsan) sang túbig. During the dry season many wells run dry. Pahúbsa ánay ang túbig. Let the water first evaporate.


hubáyhubáy

Hiligaynon

Neighbourhood, border, rim, edge; to be or walk in the neighbourhood of, go along the side of. (see binít, kílid, alíhid, panghubáyhubáy).


húbgon

Hiligaynon

From hubúg-to be drunk, etc. See húgbon id.


húblag

Hiligaynon

To move, get moving, stir, bestir oneself, get busy, be active, be up and doing something. Indì ka maghúblag. Don't stir. Halá, húblag kamó sa pagtánum, sa pagdúmug, sa paglakát, etc. Now then, bestir yourselves and plant rice,-and wrestle,-and march, etc. Pahublagá silá sa trabáho. Hustle them in their work. Get them to set to work with a right good will. (see húlag, íwos, etc.).


húblas

Hiligaynon

Naked, bare, stripped, deprived of; nude, undressed; to strip, take off, bare, despoil, deprive of. Ang Aton Ginúo ginhublasán sang mga soldádo sang íya mga panápton. The soldiers stripped Our Lord of his garments. Indì mo pagpahublasón ang ímo mga bátà nga dolodalágkù na. Don't allow your bigger children to go about naked. Nahublasán siá sang tanán níya nga mánggad. He was deprived of all his wealth. (see hubû).


húbol, huból

Hiligaynon

Feeble, weak, enervated, debilitated, lacking strength or vigour, dull, unable to resist fatigue or physical exertion; to be or become feeble, etc. Kútub nga naumpawán siá sa balatían naghúbol siá nga sádto ánay mabákas sa tanán nga mga bágay. Since he recovered from sickness, he who before was able to work hard at any task, has become unfit for work. (see hábul, pígaw, lúya).


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