List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 101

bayamban

Cebuano

see balanban.



bayan

Cebuano

town


bayanan

Cebuano

n. rent


bayanan

Cebuano

n. shell


bayanan

Cebuano

see balayanan. see balay.


bayang

Cebuano

n. kind of marine fish, wide as it is tall.


báyang

Cebuano

n. the flag-raising ceremony (so called from the Tagalog words of the Philippine national anthem: Báyang Magíliw ‘Beloved Country’.) v. hold the flag-raising ceremony.


bayang

Cebuano

v. go, put something where it is exposed to view or to the elements. Mibayang na siya sa íyang baráha, He has already spread his cards open for everyone to see. Nagbayang sa ulan ang mga bátà, The children were exposed to the rain. Gibayang sa lamísa ang inasal, The roasted pig was placed on the table where everyone could see it. Mabayang sa katilingban ang pulitiku, A politician’s life is exposed to public view. Pagtárug lingkud. Ayaw pagpabayang, Sit properly. Don’t expose yourself to public view. (←) v. set food on the table. Gibayángan (gibáyang) na ang lamísa, The table has been set.


bayang-ang

Cebuano

v. be displayed, exposed to others’ eyes. Dílì maáyung tan-áwun ang dalága ug mubayang-ang lang paglingkud, dílì manapu, It’s unbecoming for a young lady to sit down carelessly without covering her front. Bayang-ánga (ibayang-ang) ang ímung tinda, Lay out all the items for sale.


bayangbáyang

Cebuano

n. kind of small round-shaped marine fish.


bayani

Cebuano

n. hero


bayáni

Cebuano

n. hero; v. be a hero. bayaníhun a. heroic.


bayani

Cebuano

patriot


bayanihon

Cebuano

adj. heroic


bayanihon

Cebuano

adj. patriotic


báyas

Cebuano

n. 1. bias, a cut diagonal to the cloth; 2. piece of cloth cut diagonally about 1½″ wide to be used as facing. — tip a. prepared cloth tape for facing necklines, armholes, or hems; v. cut cloth diagonally, cut a bias tape. Bayása ang kwilyu sa ákung sinínà, Cut the collar of my dress diagonally.


bayat

Cebuano

a. 1. worn-out, dilapidated, esp. clothes; 2. poor in quality; 3. slovenly in dress. Bayat ang ákung pamisti run kay magtrabáhu man ku sa uma, I’m slovenly dressed because I am going to work in the field; 4. mentally slow, stupid. Kabayat. Dúgay kaáyu nga nakat-un, How dull he is. It took him forever to catch on. 5. sluggish, slow-moving; 6. poor in doing things. Bayat kaáyu nang musiyat, He is a poor shot. (←) v. 1. for things to get worn out and dilapidated. Nabáyat (mibáyat) na lang ning ákung sapátus sa pagkanúnayng gináwì, My shoes have become ragged and worn-out from constant use. Nagkabayat na ang ílang payag, Their shack is gradually falling into ruin; 2. be poor in quality. Mabayat (mubayat) giyud nang ímung trabáhug ímung kiátan, Your work will turn out shoddy if you go about it carelessly; 3. be slovenly; 4. get to be dull, stupid; 5. get to be sluggish, slow-moving; 6. get to be unskilled in doing things. kabayatbayat v. be hard put to do something because of the large number of things that have to be done at once. Nagkabayatbayat mig panghípus sa wà pa muabut ang mga bisíta, We were in a dither trying to clean up before the visitors arrived.


bayaw

Cebuano

n. brother-, sister-in-law; v. 1. get for a brother- or sister-in-law; 2. be brothers- and sisters-in-law. Dì ku gustung makigbáyaw níya kay palahúbug siya, I don’t want to have him as a brother-in-law because he’s a drunkard; 3. make someone a brother- or sister-in-law.


bayaw

Cebuano

n. brother-in-law


bayaw

Cebuano

siblings-in-law


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