Browse Vernacular - English



hanighanígn underside protectorAn akon higdaan na tiheras ginkuhaan ko sin hanig kay maati na an dati.For my reclining cot I got an underside-protector because the former one is dirty.maghanígv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. use an underside protectorcfsagang shieldsalipod shield
hanohanó?interr prn What about it? Is that so?Hano? Makadi siya?What about it? Is he coming?
hanothánotn whipAn iya hanot dili matagalan.His whip is unbearable.hanútonv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal. whip, flog, lashHanuton mo si Pedro.You whip Pedro.
hantakhántakn coin game. This refers to a game in which three large coins are dropped onto the floor or pavement. Players bet on matching heads or tails of the falling coinsmaghántakv [c2] MAG- act. gamble with coinsPanabihi ina sinda na mag-udong pagharantak.Tell them to-stop gambling-with-coins.
hantikhantíkn large ant. These can refer to either large black or red antscfhurmigas small antkutitob red antkutitaptiny black antVarianthamtiklarge ant
haonhâonv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- accmaghâonv remove from firehàúnav be removed from fireHauna na an linuto agod dili matubod.Let the cooked-rice be-removed from-the-fire so-that it-will not be-scorched.
hapahapâCebv [c5] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goalmaghapâv prostrate oneselfNaghapa siya sa salog.He prostrated-himself-face-down on-the floor.pahapàónv be prostratedPahapaon an bata sa imo paa.Let the child be-prostrated face-down on your lap.synhapla
hapay1hápayn starvation, severe hungersyngutom hungry
hapay2hápayadj pinned up, pinned backGingamitan niya sin kimpit an iya buhok agod mahapay.She used a hair-clip on her hair in-order-that it be-pinned-back.maghápayv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. pin up. Refers to pinning up the hair to keep it from danglinghapáyonv be combed straight backGinhapay ko lang an akon buhok.I just combed my hair straight-back.
hapay3hapáyn root vegetable ; vegetable, root...
hapdoshápdosadj MA-mahápdosadj painful, hurts, sore. Refers to pain on the inside of human flesh as from a small laceration or inner acheMahapdos an akon surok-surok kun aga.My solar-plexus is painful in-the morning.synhadlat maghápdosv [c4] MAG- exp; -ON pat. hurt, ache, be painful, be soreNaghapdos naman an tiyan san budos.The abdomen of-the pregnant-one is painful again.
hapinhapínCebn amulet, charm, shield, cover. Considered a charm against enemies, evil spirits, against bladed arms, etc.Dili ina masamadan kay may hapin sa lawas.He cannot be-wounded because he has-a charm for-the body.cfanting-antingcharmbirtodcharmbugnamascotsynsangodamuletihapínv [c7] 1MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc. use something to cover, spread overIhapin mo an habol sa kama.You use the blanket to-cover the bed.2pad, add lining. Means to use something as a pad or to add as an additional layer to protect in some way, such as a lining for a dressGinhapin ko an sako sa likod san karabaw.I used the sack to-pad the water-buffalo's back.
hapithápitv [c2] MAG- actmaghápitv visit unexpectedly, visit briefly. Latter meaning implies something like dropping in to avoid a rain shower, or such
haplahapláv [c2] MAG- actmaghapláv 1prostrate one's self, lie on the stomachsynhapa prostrate2flatten something
haplasháplasn oil mix. Refers to a mixture used as an analgesic to ease pain, or to cast a spell on someone. One person suggested that Omega brand oil is sometimes usedhaplásanv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal/ben; I- acc. be rubbed with oilHaplasan ko sin liniminto an akon likod kag bitiis.My back and legs will-be-rubbed with liniment by-me.cfhaplos synhapros
haplosháplosv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patmagháplosv massage someone with oil, knead, rub downcflugod1 bagnos synhagod hapros banyos bag-id
hapnighápnigv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmaghápnigv arrange, put in orderhapnígav obligatorily arrangeHapniga sin maayo an imo yamit agod makaigo sa maleta.Arrange your clothes well so-that they will-fit in-the suitcase.
hapo1hapôadj tired, wearyHapo si Pedro sa maghapon na trabaho.Pedro is tired from day-long work.synguol tiredkapoy tiredpagal1 tired
hapo2hápòn asthmaSi Patria igwa sin hapo.Patria has asthma.cfsip-on head coldplemaphlegmbadlophlegmhapùónadj asthmaticBaga'n hapuon ini na bata.This child seems-to-be asthmatic.hapûonv [c14] -ON pat. have an asthma attackGinhapo siya kahapon.He had an asthma-attack yesterday.cfkughad
hapon1v [c5] fish line
hapon2hapónn fishing linePira ka mitro an imo hapon?How many meters is your fishing-line?synpasol fishing lineparaháponn hook and line fishermanMabakal kita sin isda sa parahapon.Let us-incl buy fish from the hook-and-line-fisherman.maháponv [c3] MAG-, MA-, MANG- act; -AN goal/loc. hook fish, fish with hook and line, fish with rod and reelMahapon kita niyan na gab-i.Let us-incl fish-with-hook-and-line tonight.
hapon3háponn afternoonMakadi ako niyan sa hapon.I will-come this afternoon.kagaháponadj yesterdayAdi ako kahapon.I was here yesterday.Variantkahaponyesterdaymagháponadj all dayMaghapon ako na wara sa balay.I was-not in-the house all-day.hapon-háponadv every afternoonHaros hapon-hapon nagakaranam kami.Almost every-afternoon we-excl play.maniháponv [c14] MANGI- act. eat supperpaniháponn supper
Hapon1HapónSpn Japan, JapaneseAn amon mga trak ginamit san mga Hapon.Our trucks were-used by-the Japanese.
hapothapótBklv [c14] -ON pathaputónv be askedGinahapot niya sinda kun nano an inda ginahimo.They are-being-asked by-him what they are-doing.cfhunga question
haprosháprosv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goalmagháprosv rub something. As for example to rub or massage with oil etc.cflugod1 bagnos synhagod haplos banyos bag-id haprusánv be rubbed onHaprusi an akon bitiis sin lana.Let my leg be-rubbed-on with oil.