List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter H - Page 73

húnul

Hiligaynon

Shoot, stolon, layer; a plant developed from the seed in a seedling-pot to be transferred later on, together with the seedling-pot, to some suitable ground; to rear or grow plants in that manner. Húnul ka sing páhò. Grow a seedling from the mango (in a seedling pot). Itanúm ang húnul. Plant the seedling, pot and all. Hunúli ang páhò. Layer the mango-tree (by bending down one of its branches to the ground and covering it partly with earth. Roots will develop in due time and the layer is then detached from the parent tree).



hunúl

Hiligaynon

To stop-, cease-, growing, be retarded or impeded in one's growth. Naghunúl ang pagdakû siníng bátà kútub sang nagbalatián siá. This boy has not grown from the time he became sick. Nagahunúl ang pagtúbò sang talóng kay nainítan sing lakás. The eggplants stopped growing, for they were exposed to too much sunshine. (see kunól, kutóng).


hunúl-húnul

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of húnul. Also: to rear, bring up, nurture.


hunulán

Hiligaynon

The receptacle or pot used in developing seedlings. (see húnul).


hunús

Hiligaynon

Gust, blast, gale, squall, capful of wind, strong wind, stiff breeze; to blow hard. (see unús).


húnus

Hiligaynon

To draw out, pull out, extract, drag or tear off from between or underneath. Húnsa (hunúsa) ang kawáyan. Pull out the bamboo, draw or drag it off. Húnsi akó sang hunúshúnus sang aparadór. Pull out open the drawer in the cupboard for me. Ihúnus akó ánay siníng káhoy sa idálum sang kawáyan. Please pull out this piece of wood from underneath the bamboo. (see hosô).


hunús-húnus

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of húnus-to pull out, etc. Also: A drawer. (see honóshónos).


húnyo

Hiligaynon

June. See húnio.


huól

Hiligaynon

Trouble, trial, hardship, hard lines; to be or become difficult, hard (of life, conditions, etc.); pahuól-to molest, trouble, vex, bother, pester, annoy, distress, cause misery or hardship. Indì mo akó pagpahúl-an. Don't annoy me. Don't make any difficulties for me. Nagapahuól siá sa ákon. Ginapahuolán (ginapahúl-an) níya akó. He is giving me trouble. He is putting difficulties in my way. Nahúl-an akó karón, kay napátyan akó sang ákon ilóy. I am in sore distress at present, because mother has died. (see hiól, lisúd).


húpà

Hiligaynon

Nightmare; to cause a nightmare. Ginahúpà siá. He suffers from nightmares. Ginhúpà siá kagáb-i. Last night he had a nightmare. (see hulupáon).


húpay

Hiligaynon

Nightmare. See húpà. N.B. The difference between húpà and húpay seems to be, that the former is usually combined with violent movements, shouts or unintelligible mumblings, whilst the latter is free from such symptoms. One affected with "húpay" lies stiff and motionless.


húpit

Hiligaynon

To join well, weave close, etc. (See hunápit). Hupíta ang pagrára sang amákan. Weave the bamboo-mat close.


hupsáray

Hiligaynon

To collapse, fall down unconscious, lie motionless. (see huksáray, hurápsay).


húptan

Hiligaynon

Passive form of hupút.


hupúg

Hiligaynon

Scented, perfumed, soaked, saturated, pervaded, impregnated, (with some odour, scent, etc.). (see humúg).


húpug

Hiligaynon

To soak, saturate, pervade, permeate, impregnate (of odours, perfumes, etc.). Nahúpug (nahupúgan) ang ákon báyò sang habón, tabákò, ágwa, etc. My jacket is saturated (reeking) with the smell of soap, tobacco, scent, etc. (see húgum, húmug, salúgsug).


hupúng

Hiligaynon

Scarcely able to breathe or think, upset, dizzy, confused; to be or become dizzy, confused, etc. Hupúng ang íya ginháwa. He is quite upset (scarcely able to breathe or think). Nagahupúng ang ákon úlo. I am confused-or-unable to think or collect my thoughts. Naghupúng ang íya ginháwa sang pagsákà níya sa matáas nga lubí. He became quite dizzy, when he climbed the tall coconut-palm.


hupút

Hiligaynon

Animals owned or taken care of. Madámù ang íya báka, báboy, kánding kag manók nga hupút. He owns (takes care of) many cows, pigs, goats and chickens.


húput

Hiligaynon

One kept or guarded by another (as a foster-child, a ward, a concubine, a servant, etc.).


hupút

Hiligaynon

Steeped, soaked, dyed in, imbued, imbrued, saturated, etc. See hugúm, etc.


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