List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter H - Page 65

húkas

Hiligaynon

To unhitch, release (animals, etc.) Hukási ang báka. Unhitch the ox. Nahukásan na ang karabáw. The buffalo is unhitched. Sang hinúksan na níya ang kabáyo sa kílis dáyon níya hinukás ang síya nga nagakábit sa díngding, gindápat níya sa likód sang kabáyo kag sumakáy siá pakádto sa íya palangúmhan. When he had taken the horse out of the rig he at once snatched the saddle that was hanging on the wall, put it on the horse's back, mounted and rode off towards his farm. (see hukás).



hukáw

Hiligaynon

A small beetle or weevil very injurious to corn, monggo, cadios, etc.


húkaw

Hiligaynon

To interrupt one's sleep, hinder or prevent from sleeping. Nahúkaw ang íya katulúgon sang súnug. His sleep was interrupted by the fire. (see uláng, útud).


hukawón

Hiligaynon

Infested or attacked by the hukáw-weevil.


húkay

Hiligaynon

Assemblage, aggregation, cluster, heap, bunch, collection; to gather, collect, be or become many. (see katilíngban, katipúnan, púnsok, púngpung, búnghay, hút-ong, dámò, típon, tingúb).


hukáy-hukáy

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of húkay. To cluster, crowd, be many together.


húkdò

Hiligaynon

To burrow in the ground, crawl, creep along the ground, squat, crouch. Nagahúkdò siá sa kalóg. He is squatting in the ditch. Naghúkdò siá dirâ nga nalípdan sang kawáyan. He sat, watched or crouched there under cover of the bamboo.


húkhuk

Hiligaynon

To suck, sip, lap. See hókhok.


húklas

Hiligaynon

To tear away, take down, etc. Ginhúklas (ginhuklasán) níla ang punót. They cleared away or took down the fish-trap, i.e. removed the lág-i, etc. (see húblas).


húkmay

Hiligaynon

To be soft or tender, to soften. (see húgmay, lúm-ok, hálmok, hómok).


húkmong

Hiligaynon

To hide, conceal oneself; to stay, lodge, reside, be stationed at, have a base or headquarters at. (see dáyon, tóon, lúntad, puyô, púngkò, tágò, panágò, hókmong).


hukó

Hiligaynon

One who seldom goes out, a stay-at-home, recluse. (see húkò).


húkò

Hiligaynon

To be a-stay-at-home,-recluse. Hukó siá, kay nagahúkò sa baláy. He is a stay-at-home, because he scarcely ever leaves the house. N.B. Notice the different accent in noun and verb. Kútub sang pagpakasál níya nughúkò siá sa baláy. Since her marriage she has become a stay-at-home. (see lokoón, lókon, balayón, baláynon).


hukód

Hiligaynon

(B) To stop flowing or running, cease to flow or run, to merely or barely trickle (of tubâ, etc.). (see kúntà, kunól, kutóng).


huksáray

Hiligaynon

To fall down unconscious, lie on the floor in a fit or swoon, tumble to the ground, have a breakdown. Sa hinálì naghuksáray siá. Suddenly he dropped and lay there motionless (without a sign of life). (see hupsáray, hurápsay, id.).


húkson

Hiligaynon

From hukás-seize, snatch, take away.


húl-ab

Hiligaynon

To loosen, peel or scale off, take off as plaster from a wall, etc.). (See ukáb, lúk-ab, húk-ab).


húl-an

Hiligaynon

From huól-to be difficult, trying, etc.


hulâ

Hiligaynon

To stop, cease, give over, leave off (of wind, rain, etc.). (see húlaw, húraw, puút).


hulá-húla

Hiligaynon

A witch, sorceress; one in league with the devil.


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