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hamboghambógv [c3] MAG- act; -AN goalmaghambógv boast, brag, show off, vaunt, gloatDili ka maghambog kay kilala ka na namon.Do not boast because we-excl know you already.hambúgonadj boastful, showy, proudHambugon ina na tawo.That man is boastful.synpasikatboastfulhambugéron braggart, boasterkahambógn boastingAn iya kahambog wara sin nahimuan.His boasting did not accomplish-anything.Variantkahambuganboasting
hamonhamónSpn ham
hamoshamóspart let's goHamos kita sa tyindahan.Let's-go to-the store.
hampakhámpakCebn strikingAn iya hampak sa akon dili tiaw-tiaw.His striking at me was-not playful.hampakónv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON pat. be struck, be hit, be slammed, be beaten. Means to strike something with force, slam something, beat upon (as a storm on a house)Nagtangis an bata kay ginhampak ni Pedro an ulo.The child cried because his head was-struck-hard by Pedro.
hampanghámpangv [c5] MAG- act -ON pat; -AN goalhampangónv face squarelyHampangon mo siya.Face him squarely.maghampángv 1be oppositeNaghampang siya sa akon pag-ingkod.He was-sitting opposite to me.2imitate, pretendMaghampang kita san Adan kag Iba.Let's imitate Adam and Eve.3copulate, have sex, engage in intercourse. This is a colloquial use of the wordNaghampang ako kag san akon nobya.I and my girlfriend had-intercourse.
hamtikhámtikCebn large ant. This can refer to either large black or red antsAn kagat san hamtik masakit.The bite of-a large-black-ant is painful.cfhurmigas small antkutitob red antkutitaptiny black antVarianthantiklarge ant
hamtonghámtongCebadj middle aged, mature. Refers to persons between 40 and 60 years of ageAn mga batan-on didi sa Masbate hamtong na niyan.The young-people here in Masbate are now middle-aged.
hamubohamubôCebadj 1shortHamubo siya.He is short.anttaas 1tallVarianthimubo1 1short2lowHamubo an iya mga grado.His grades are low.Huruhamubo la gayod an helicopter.The helicopter really was-hovering-low.maghamubôv [c3] MAG- act; MAGPA- exp; -AN goal; IPA- acc. lower, decrease, go downNano kay naghamubo an imo mga grado?Why have your grades gone-down?magpahamúbòv hover low, fly lowNagpahamubo an helicopter.The helicopter hovered-low.cfhalip-ot shortputot1 short
hamurawonhamuráwonn molave tree, mahogany tree. Refers to a hardwood tree whose wood and resin are used for house buildingAn mga ugat san kahoy na hamurawon daragko.The roots of-the mahogany tree are-very-large.synbalitemahogany treeDipterocarpus grandiflorus
hanaphánapv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goalmaghánapv search, look forAdto sinda didto nagahanap san amon karabaw.There they-are searching there for our water-buffalo.synkita1 rekisasearch forhanáponv yearned forGinhanap ko an init san imo lawas.I yearned-for the warmth of your body.paghanápn searchingAn paghanap san bumagsak na eroplano nakaabot sin duha ka bulan.The searching-for the airplane which crashed lasted for two months.parahanápn searcher, rescuerWara pa sin pasabi an mga parahanap.The searchers have no report yet.
hanapbuhayhanapbúhayTagn occupationAn akon hanapbuhay pagatukdo.My occupation is teaching.hanapbuháyansource of incomePagauling lang an amon hanapbuhayan.Charcoal-making is our-excl only source-of-income.cfhanap buhay lifesynpangitaoccupation
handahandâTagn preparationAn amon handa subra.Our preparation is more-than-enough.maghandâv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat -AN goal. prepareMaghanda ka sin meryinda.Prepare a snack.
handaann banquet
handalhándalv [c2] MAG- act; MA- exp; KA-..-I goal. worry, be anxious, be alarmedHandal ako kay wara pa sinda.I am anxious because they are-not-here yet.kahandáln worry, anxietyParaon mo an tanan na kahandal kag magkalipay.Erase all your worries and be-happy.mahandálonadj worrisome, full of worries, anxious, full of anxietyMahandalon an akon iloy.My mother is a worrywart.
handomhándomv [c5] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goalhandumónv be desired, be yearned for, be longed for, be cravedGinahandom ko an milon.I am-longing-for a melon.cfuyon synila3 2desirepaghandómn desire, desiringAn akon handom an makabalay sin matahom.My desire is to-be-able-to-have-a-beautiful home.handumánann souvenir, keepsake, remembrance, recollection, reminiscencePareho man san tawo igwa sinda sin handumanan.Like people, they also had keepsakes.
handonghándongn shadeNagsirong kami sa handong san kahoy.We took-shelter in-the shade of-the tree.mahandóngadj shadyMahandong idto na lugar.That place is shady.maghándongv [c2] MAG- exp. shading, become shadyNagahandong na an luyo san amon balay.The area-behind our house is-becoming-shady already.
handumananhandumánanCebn souvenir, keepsake, remembrance, recollection, reminiscenceIntatago ko an akon mga handumanan.I am-keeping my souvenirs.cfhandom
hangadhangádCebv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acchangadónv look up at. Means to look up by tilting the head backHangadon mo an bulan.Look-up-at the moon.ihangádv entrustIhangad ko na lang sa langit an akon hinanakit.I will just entrust my heartaches to God.
hangahang1hangáhangv [c2] MAG- actmaghangáhangv stare blankly, glance carelesslysynsud-ong stare
hangahang2hangahángadj MA-mahangahángspicy hot, pungent, tangy, zestyAn sili mahangahang.The pepper is spicy-hot.synharang spicy hotanghangspicy hotkarang spicy hot
hanginhánginn wind, air, atmosphereAn hangin dili nakikita.Wind is invisible.kahánginn windinessmahánginadj 1MA-. windyMasyado mahangin sa Tagaytay.It is very windy at Tagaytay.2boastfulMahangin gad man si Pedro.Pedro really is boastful.maghánginv [c4] MAG- exp; -ON pat. wind blowsNagahangin na kaya daragko an balod.The wind-is-blowing now so the waves are big.
hangolhangóladj selfish, stingy, greedy, miserly, parsimoniousHangol ina na bata. Dili nagahatag sa iya kapwa.That child is selfish. He does-not give-anything to his companion.cfpaslo selfishhangulánv [c12] -AN goal; I- acc. be selfish toward ; be greedy toward ; be stingy towardGinhangulan mo naman an imo amigo.You were-selfish again toward your friend.pagihangólv be greedy, be gluttonousAyaw pagihangol ina na pan kay damo sa bakery.Do-not be-greedy-with that bread because there-is-a lot in-the bakery.cfhakhak1 guffawhakmal haklab lamon synhakog selfishkahangóln selfishness, greediness, stingyness
hangoshángosv [c2] MAG- actmaghángosv 1breatheDoctor, nagahangos na an patay.Doctor, the dead-one is-breathing now.2gaspNag-abot siya na nagahangos.He arrived gasping-for-breath.paghángosn breathing, breathAn paghangos san dyutay na bata mas madagmit kisa mga gurang.The breathing of-an infant is more rapid than-that of adults.
hangothángotn body odorNaalo siya magtakin sa tawo dahil sa iya hangot.She is-embarrassed to sit-beside the person because of his body-odor.anthumot1 fragrantcfbaho stenchhungaw odormahángotadj MA-. malodorous, stinky, smelly, fetid, putrid. Refers to the smell of green wood or certain vegetables like celery, or certain bugs/insects, or body odorAn alugbati mahangot na utanon.The alugbati-vine is a smelly vegetable.maghángotv [c2] MAG- act. perspire, smell sweatycfbalhas sweat
hangyohángyòCebn request, desire, wishAn akon lang hangyo ayaw man intawon niyo pagrauta an kudal.My only request is please do not impoverish me by-destroying the fence.maghángyòv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal. request, desire, wish. Refers specifically to requesting a favor or a bargain priceNagahangyo siya sin piso.He is-requesting a discount of one peso.synhingyo request