List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 110

bigkas

Cebuano

v. 1. for string, rope, cloth, etc. to snap apart under tension, make something snap. Walà may nagbigkas ánà. Nabigkas lag íya, Nobody broke it. It snapped by itself; 2. rip stitches apart. Gibigkas (gibigkasan) sa sastri ang hawakan, The tailor took it apart at the waist.



bigking

Cebuano

see bíking.


bigkis sa hawak

Cebuano

n. sash


bignì

Cebuano

v. 1. for animals to fight with lots of noise but little action. Gibignían sa mga baktin ang lawug, The piglets fought over the slop; 2. have petty quarrels (derogatory usage).


bigote

Cebuano

n. mustache


bigsà

Cebuano

a. 1. with high spirits, tending to be noisy and uninhibited in speech and manner. Aligri nà siyag makainum kay bigsà, He is fun when he is tipsy because he is lively; 2. flirtatious, not passive or reserved towards men; v. get to be in high spirits or flirtatious. Mubigsà (mabigsà) nang bayhána basta náay mga láki, That woman gets coquettish when there are men around.


bigsyat

Cebuano

n. big shot (slang); v. get to be a big shot.


bigtas

Cebuano

v. for stitches or bonds which hold things together to snap; cause them to do so. Kinsay nagbigtas sa kawu sa bag? Who made the handle of the bag come off? Nabigtas (mibigtas) ang tahì sa sáku sa paghasuk sa kupras, The seams on the sides of the sack came open when the copra was pounded to stuff it full.


bigting

Cebuano

v. strike an animal in the leg to disable it, usually in preparation for butchering it. Nagsaguyud ang tarian sa manuk ingun kini sa hibigtingan, The cock’s fighting leg is dragging, as if it got slashed.


biguin

Cebuano

disappoint


biguk

Cebuano

v. cheat out of, steal something Kinsay nagbiguk sa kuliksiyun? Who pocketed the collection?


bigunya

Cebuano

n. begonias, kind of ornamental annual flowers: Begoniaceae spp. — dibumbilya hairy species of begonia with white flowers and small reddish leaves. — dikalbásà a hairy species of begonia with large squash-like leaves. — dikurasun kind of begonia with heart-shaped flowers.


bígut

Cebuano

a. for a woman’s or child’s body to be compact and well-rounded. Angayan ang batingsut sa mabígut níyang láwas, She is well-built, and a bathing suit looks good on her.


bigut

Cebuano

n. someone having ugly, knotted scars at the neck; v. for the neck to be ugly with knotted scars. Nabigut ang íyang líug sa lamparúnis, His neck was all scarred with skin eruptions.


bigut, bígut

Cebuano

v. 1. sew something with large, rough stitches. Gibígut (gibigutan) lang íning tapulan ang íyang muskitírung nagísì, The lazy girl just sewed her torn mosquito net with large stitches; 2. fasten something with a pin. Ibigut ang ríbun sa ímung púlu, Pin the ribbon on your shirt. (→) n. something that has been pinned or stitched with large stitches.


bigúti

Cebuano

n. mustache; v. wear a mustache. pa- v. grow a mustache. bigutíhun a. 1. have a mustache; 2. descriptive name given to various kind of fish with barbels. -lyu n. small thin mustache; v. have, wear such a mustache.


bigwis

Cebuano

n. offspring. Daghan silang bigwis, There’s a lot of kids in their family. paN- v. bear young. Mamigwis na sad ang iring, The cat is going to have a litter again.


bigwis

Cebuano

v. have loose bowel movements, light diarrhea. Mubigwis ka gyud ug magpatakà kag káun, You will get loose bowel movements if you eat just anything.


bihag

Cebuano

captivate


bihag

Cebuano

hostage


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