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haadj descriptive prefix
ha-ha-adj prefix(descriptive). The prefix ha- marks the stem to which it is attached as a descriptive adjective. For more information, see the Grammatical Sketch, section 3.3.synhi-descriptiveha(laba)adjlongNaalo siya kay halaba an iya apilyido.He was-embarrased because his surname was-long.
habagat1habágatn 1southSiya an reyna san Habagat.She is the queen of-the South.2southwest monsoon. The southwest monsoon is a weather condition which brings strong wind and heavy rains from June to Decemberantamihannortheastern windcfmaragitscorching heat
habanghábangTagconj whileMaglaba ka habang turog pa an bata.Wash-clothes while the baby is still asleep.synmyintrasmeanwhile
habasanhabásann surgeon fish
habayhabáyn girdle, corset, abdominal belt, cinch. Usually refers to girdles strapped around the body of animate beings in order to restrict the abdomenDili mo pagtangkason an imo habay.Do not remove your girdle.synpasa2 girdlebalhongirdle
habihábiinterj Hey!, Yo!. This is a particle used to get the attention of someone and has various possibilities of translation into English depending on the contextHabi anay ina na badil kay paharuka anay ako.Hey, give-me that gun for-a-moment because I will-kiss-it-good-bye before-you-take-it.Habi, Nonoy, pan-o gani an pagkindat sa daraga?Hey, Nonoy, how-do you really wink at-a young-girl?
hablonhablónn loom, woven clothcfhabol2 blanket
habohabôv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc/ben.antgusto wantmaghabôv refuse, dislikeNaghabo sinda pagbaya sa inda kaigmanghudan.They refused to abandon their kin-group.Habo siya magpirma san sabpina.He refused to-sign the subpoena.antgusto choicehabùónv be objected toHabua ninda na maeskwela ako sa MAC.They objected that I study at MAC.paghabôn refusal, rejectionTama an iya paghabo.His refusal was-right.hinabùánn jilted one, rejected oneKaluoy ko san hinabuan.I sympathized with the jilted-one.habùánv reject, repudiate, renounce, refuseGinhabuan siya san mga tawo.She was-rejected by-the people.
habol1habólCebn wounded, injured, bruised, laceratedGindara ninda an mga habol sa hospital.They brought the injured to-the hospital.cfsamad woundVarianthabulónmakahabólv [c2] MAG-, MAKA- act. can injure, can wound
habol2hábolCebn blanketIna na tawo parabaligya sin habol.That man is a blanket vendor.syndakmol1blanketmaghábolv [c7] MAG- ag ; -AN pat ; I- acc. weave, interlace, intertwine, braidhablónn 1blanket material, woven clothMadakmol ini na imo habulon.This blanket-material of yours is thick.Varianthabulón2loomhabúlanv cover with a blanketHabulan mo si Pedro!Cover Pedro with-a-blanket!
habol3habóladj MA-mahabóladj dull, not sharp. Refers to cutting instrumentsAn iya armas mahabol na guna kontra sa mga granada.His weapon is a dull bolo against the grenades.maghabólv [c3] MAG- ag; -AN goal. dull something, blunt something. Refers to making a cutting instrument dull
habulónn Varianthabol1 woundedVarianthabol2 1blanket material
hadalomhadalómadj deepcfdalom
hadihádìn kingMaaram ka kun sin-o an imo hadi?Do you know who your king is?synraha1kingVarianthari kingkahadìánn kingdomhadìánonadj kingly, royalNakita mo an iya hadianon na hitsura?Have you seen his kingly appearance?pagkahadìánonn royalty, monarchy, sovereigntymaghádìv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. rule, reignAn hadi nagahadi sa iya kahadian.The king rules in his kingdom.maghádi-hádìv be bullying, be harassing, be intimidatingAyaw didi paghadi-hadi kay istranghiro ka lang didi.Don't be-bullying-others here because you are only a stranger here.
hadianonn Variantpagkahadianonroyalty
hadlathádlatadj MA-mahádlatstings, painfulKun mahadlat dyutay lang na asin an ibutang.If it-stings put less salt in it.synhapdos sakit1
hadlokhadlókCebv [c4] MA- exp; -ON patmahadlókv fear, be afraidDili ka mahadlok sa akon.Don't be-afraid of me.hadlukónv -ON exp. be frightenedHadlukon naton an mga paraagi.Let the passersby be-frightened by-us-incl.cfabatonscarehadlúkanadj cowardlyHadlukan ako na tawo.I am a cowardly person.syntalaw makaharadlókadj fearful, frightful, frighteningAn iya pamayhon makaharadlok.His face is fearful.kahádlokn fear, cowardiceDako an inda kahadlok sa inda hari.Great is their fear of their king.synkalas fright
hadlukonv [c13] frighten, scare
hagahagâadj worried, anxious, distraught, troubled
haganháganv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc.magháganv go slowlymaghagan-háganv do very slowly, be very slowMaghagan-hagan ka san imo mga lak-ang!Be-very-slow in your steps!synhinay
haganashaganásn rushing sound. Refers to the sounds of water, rainstorm, windAn iya boses baga'n haganas san makusog na pagbulos san tubig.His voice seemed-like a rushing-sound of-a strong flow of water.
hagashagásadj selfish, stingy, greedy, miserly, parsimonioussynhakog selfishimot selfishpaslo selfishhangol selfishkahagásn selfishness, greediness, stingyness
hagayhayhagáyhayn sighing, whimperingNano kay sige an imo hagayhay?Why does your sighing go-on-and-on?maghagáyhayv [c9] MAG- act; I- acc. sigh, lament, whimperVarianthinagayhay
hagdanhágdanTagn stairsTinuklang niya an iloy hasta na nahulog sa hagdan.The mother was-pushed by-him until she fell-down the stairs.hagdánann ladder, stepping placePaghinay paglusad sa hagdanan.Be-careful descending the ladder.hagdanánv [c14] -AN loc. place a ladder