Category: H

habit

English: habit Cebuano: batasan (n); kinaiya (n); gawi (n); naandan (n)   Example: English: My habit is to pray every morning. Cebuano: Naandan ko ang mag ampo taga buntag. Please follow and like us:0

haggle

English: haggle Cebuano: hangyo (v)   Example: English: I will haggle with the vendor. Cebuano: Mo hangyo ako sa tindera. Please follow and like us:0

hair

English: hair Cebuano: balahibu, buhok   Example: English: I love hair. Cebuano: Gusto nako ako’ng buhok. Please follow and like us:0

hairbrush

English: hairbrush Cebuano: sudlay   Example: English: Can I borrow hairbrush? Cebuano: Pwede mahulaman ang imong sudlay? Please follow and like us:0

haircut

English: haircut Cebuano: alot (n); tupi (n)   Example: English: The boy has a new haircut. Cebuano: Bag-ong alot ang batang lalaki. Please follow and like us:0

hairgrip

English: hairgrip Cebuano: pugung   Example: English: How much is the hairgrip? Cebuano: Tag pila man ang pugung? Please follow and like us:0

hairpin

English: hairpin Cebuano: hairpin (hirpin)   Example: English:┬áThat hairpin is beautiful Cebuano: Manindot kanang hairpin Please follow and like us:0

hammer

English: hammer Cebuano: martilyo (n); maso (n)   Example: English: She bought a new hammer. Cebuano: Nagpalit sya og bag-ong martilyo.   Please follow and like us:0

hand

English: hand Cebuano: kamot   Example: English: Raise your right hand. Cebuano: Ipa taas ang imong tuong kamot. Please follow and like us:0

handsome

English: handsome Cebuano: gwapo   Example: English: Jeffrey is handsome. Cebuano: Gwapo si Jeffrey. Please follow and like us:0

happen

  English: happen Cebuano: hitabo (v)   Example: English: I hope it will happen. Cebuano: Maayo unta ma hitabo Please follow and like us:0

happening

  English: happening Cebuano: panghitabo (n)   Example: English: The happenings make me happy. Cebuano: Makalipay ang panghitabo. Please follow and like us:0