List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter H - Page 7

hágyon

Hiligaynon

To swing one's arms to and fro. Nagalakát siá nga nagahágyon. He walks with swinging arms. Ginahágyon níya ang toó, ápang ang walá walâ, kay nagabítbit sang maléta. He is swinging his right arm, but not his left, because he is carrying his suit-case. (see háyon).



hagyón-hágyon

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hágyon. Also: Gesture, gesticulation.


háha

Hiligaynon

To say "ha-ha", to guffaw, laugh aloud. (see halákhak, talángkaw).


hâhâ

Hiligaynon

To strip, tear off; disembowel (an animal). Hâhaá ang pánit sang káhoy. Take the bark off the tree. Strip the tree of its bark. Hâhaí ang báka sang íya tinái. Disembowel the cow. (see ák-ak, bákbak, rîrî).


haín

Hiligaynon

Where, at, or in, what place? (see diín, kaín).


hák-on

Hiligaynon

To breathe, sniff or suck in through the nose. Ihák-on or hak-oná ang kahamút siníng insyénso. Sniff the fragrance of this incense. (see háklò).


hák-um

Hiligaynon

To sniff, etc. See hák-on.


hákab

Hiligaynon

To desire vehemently, crave, yearn for, hanker after, long for, be bent upon, wish for, like to. Nagahákab gid siá sa pagtán-aw sang síne. She likes very much to see the motion-picture. Indì ka maghákab sinâ. Don't hanker after that. (see hánggab, wíli, lúyag, íbug, híngyo, hándum, pangabáy, úyon).


hákad

Hiligaynon

To take out the contents of, empty a box or the like, remove from a receptacle. Hakáda ang ákon ulús sa baúl, kay inanáyan. Take my clothes out of the trunk, for they have been attacked by white ants. Hakádi (-ári) akó sang kán-on sa kólon. Empty the rice out of the kettle for me. Ihákad ánay sang sulúd sang ákon maléta. Kindly take the things out of my suit-case. (see súkad-to ladle or scoop out rice from the pot, etc.).


hákal

Hiligaynon

To talk big, vaunt oneself, brag, boast, prattle, talk proudly of one's achievements, be a great chatterbox. Indì ka maghákal. Don't talk big. Hinakálan akó níya. He talked to me with great self-assertion. Ihákal mo lang ang agrót mo kon nagadúmdum ka nga madámù ang mga búang nga magapáti sang ímo nga hámbug. Go on with your foolish chatter if you believe there are many simpletons that will give credence to your silly stories. (see hádak, hámbug, etc.).


hakalán

Hiligaynon

Boasting, bragging, vaunting; chatterbox; braggart. (see hadakán, wakalán, buraán).


hákbut

Hiligaynon

To flick, strike, beat. Ihákbut ang ímo bastón sa íya nga talúdtud. Beat him on the back with your stick. (see háplik, hánot, búnal, etc.).


hákhak

Hiligaynon

To cut in small pieces, chop up. Hakhaká ang sákwa kag idamóg sa báboy. Chop up the banana stump and feed it to the pig. (see tóktok).


hákhak

Hiligaynon

To eat like an animal. Indì mo pagihákhak ang ímo bábà sa pínggan súbung sang ísa ka báboy. Don't put your mouth to the plate like a pig. (see hábhab).


hakíd

Hiligaynon

(B) To scoop out rice from a kettle, etc. Kon maghakíd ka sang tiníg-ang, ímo ánay kalikádon (-áron). When you scoop out the boiled rice, stir it up first with the ladle. Patakídla ang kólon, kalikádon mo ang kán-on kag hakidón (-irón). Lean the kettle, stir the rice with the ladle and scoop it out. Ihakíd akó ánay sang tiníg-ang sa kólon. Please take out the boiled rice from the pot. (see súkad).


háklap

Hiligaynon

To cover with, spread upon, superpose, overlay, plate, veneer, coat. Haklapí ang lamésa sing mantél. Cover the table with a cloth. Iháklap ang mantél sa lamésa. Spread the table-cloth on the table. Ang háklap sang husáy níya buláwan-or-ang íya husáy nahaklapán sing buláwan. Her comb is plated with gold. (see táklap).


háklò

Hiligaynon

Inhalation; to inhale, breathe in, draw in. Hakloá lang ang asó, kon malúyag ka, ápang akó sing ákon magahalín na sa digamohán. Breathe the smoke, if you like, but I for my part will get out of the kitchen. Hakloá ang tuób nga mahamút sang roméro. Inhale the scent of the fragrant rosemary. (see hákon, súyup).


hákmal

Hiligaynon

To bite, seize or tear with the teeth. Ginhákmal sang idô ang batíis ko. The dog bit the calf of my leg. (see kagát, gús-ab).


hakô-hákò

Hiligaynon

To challenge, defy, provoke, dare. (see ángkat, ákyat, hákyat).


hakón-hákon

Hiligaynon

To despatch quickly, work under pressure, work against time, perform or work with despatch, be anxious to do something quickly. Ginhakónhákon níya ang íya buluhatón. He performed his work with great dispatch. Ginahakónhákon níla ang íla mga kaáway, kay ginapanán-aw níla nga dáan ang íla nga pagdaúg. They are anxious to fight their enemies, for they are convinced that they will overcome them.


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