List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 112

bikang

Cebuano

a. 1. busy, preoccupied because of too many things to do at once; 2. encumbering, causing extra work; v. get encumbered, too busy with many things. Makabikang (makapabikang) ning mga silya sa ákung paglampásu, These chairs make it all the harder to get the floor scrubbed. Nagkabikang ku sa trabáhu nga nagkadaghan na ning mga táwu dinhi, I have so much work now that there are so many people staying here.



bikang, bíkang

Cebuano

a. having the feet spread apart, front to back or sideways. Bikang íyang linaktan, He walked with his feet spread apart; v. 1. take a stride, take a long step. Dì siya makabikang kay guut íyang palda, She cannot take big steps because she has a tight skirt on. 2. set one’s feet apart. Napukling kay walà man mabíkang ang mga tiil, He fell because he had not set his feet well apart; n. large stride. -in- a. for the legs to be widely spread apart.


bikangkang

Cebuano

v. spread one’s legs apart. Ug dì ka mubikangkang, dúgay kang kahimugsúan, If you don’t spread your legs, you’ll have a hard time giving birth.


bikarbunátu

Cebuano

n. sodium bicarbonate.


bikaryu

Cebuano

n. officer of the church.


bikil

Cebuano

conflict


bikil

Cebuano

lapse


bikil

Cebuano

ok


bikil

Cebuano

v. 1. nudge, move something out of its position. Kinsay nagbikil sa kwadru nga naharag man? Who moved the picture, that it is tilting? Ibikil (bikila) ang tupad mung natúlug, Nudge the fellow beside you. He fell asleep; 2; a. protrude, stick out. Kun magtanum ug kamúting káhuy ibikil (bikila) ang píkas tumuy sa yútà, When you plant cassava stems, let one end stick out of the ground. b. encumber by protruding. Mubikil ang bátà sa íyang tiyan iglakaw níya, The child in her stomach sticks out and makes it hard for her to walk; 2c. trip someone Nabikil ku sa tuud, I tripped over the stump; 3. suddenly twisted so as to get sprained. Nagtakiang siyang naglakaw kay nabikil ang íyang tiil, He walked with a limp because his foot got twisted; 4; a. be contrary, opposed. Ang íyang anak mauy nakabikil sa íyang pagminyù ug usab, Her child made it difficult for her to remarry. Nagbíkil ang ílang mga hunàhúnà, Their opinions differed. b. provoke a quarrel, annoy someone with the purpose of angering him. Bísag unsa na lay ílang buhátun nga ibikil sa bátà, They never run out of ways to make the child cry; a. contrary, adverse. Bikil kaáyu ning batáa. Bisag unsay átung isulti, lalísun giyud, This child is very contrary. He gives back talk to whatever we say. (→) n. quarrel, provocation to a fight. Wà pa mahílut ang ílang bikil, Their quarrel hasn’t been settled. biklunun, biklúnun, bikilúnun a. 1. needing prodding. Biklunung batáa mabáwu kag paayun-áyun únà mulíhuk, The child needs to be prodded. You go wild trying to get him to do something; 2. very sensitive, easily disturbed. Biklunun si Pidru. Sabdan lag gamay, masukù dáyun, Pedro is sensitive. Just nudge him, and he gets angry right away.


bíking

Cebuano

v. carry something hanging down in the hands. Nagbíking ug baskit, Carrying a basket. Ayaw bikínga ang bátà, Don’t carry the child by the arms.


n. baking powder.


bikíni

Cebuano

n. bikini; v. wear, make into a bikini.


bikiri

Cebuano

n. bakery; v. get, make into a bakery.


bikit

Cebuano

ok


bikog

Cebuano

cramp


biks

Cebuano

n. Vicks, brand name for mentholated medicines. — inhílir n. Vicks inhaler.


biks

Cebuano

see bíku.


biktima

Cebuano

n. victim


biktima

Cebuano

n. victim of foul play; v. be made a victim. Nabiktima ku sa mamarigla, I was a victim of the thugs.


bikturi

Cebuano

n. the money used after the war, so called because of the legend ‘victory’ on the bill.


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