List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 133

bista

Cebuano

see purbista.



bista

Cebuano

vista


profile


bisti

Cebuano

costume


bisti

Cebuano

dress


bisti

Cebuano

n. attire


bisti

Cebuano

n. clothing. Dunut nga bisti, Ragged clothes; v. 1. wear, put on clothes. Unsay ibisti nímu sa ímung kasal? What will you wear to your wedding? 2. put clothes on someone 3. provide with clothes. Pabistíhan (bistíhan) ka námù ug swildúhan pa, We will provide you with clothing and a salary.


bisti

Cebuano

n. garment


bistida

Cebuano

dress


bistida

Cebuano

gown


n. woman’s dress of one piece; v. wear, make into a dress. bistidahun n. dress material. Maáyung bistidahun ang lís, Lace is good as dress material.


bistig

Cebuano

see bip-istik.


bistipul

Cebuano

see bustipul.


bistu

Cebuano

a. 1. visible. Bistu kaáyu ang Kanlaun gíkan dinhi, You can clearly see Mt. Canlaon from here; 2. for a secret to be very much of public knowledge. Bistu kaáyung pagkapalikíru nímu, Your philandering is an open secret; v. 1. get to be visible. Mabistu sa karsádag ibílin dinhi, If you leave it here, it will be visible from the street; 2. make something open knowledge, for something to become open knowledge. Ikaw bay nagbistu nga minyù ku? Were you the one who let out the secret that I’m married? Nabistu ang ímung kaláki, Your doings are now an open secret. — ang baráha, bulitin see bistu, v2.


bisukut

Cebuano

see pisukut.


bisul

Cebuano

n. yautia, kind of arum, the roots of which are branching tubers and the lateral branches of which are eaten: Xanthosoma violaceum.


bisung

Cebuano

n. woman’s genitalia. hiN-(←) v. for women to blossom forth and be robust (humorous). Makapanghimísung diay ning gugma, Love makes a woman blossom forth.


bisyu

Cebuano

n. 1. vice. Bisyu sa babáyi, The vice of chasing women; 2. mau ra gihápun nga — it’s the same process, the same words as had been explained before. Ihúmul sa túbig, butangag asin, kutílun, basta mau gihápung bisyúha, Soak it, add salt, stir, and so forth; v. 1. indulge in vice. Ayaw bisyuha (ibisyu) ang pagtabakù, Don’t make smoking a vice; 2. do something always. Nagbisyu siyag kantakanta, He has the habit of singing. -sa, -su(←) a. fond of indulging in vice; v. become full of vices. Mabisyúsu ang bánag layù sa asáwa, A husband tends to indulge in vice when he is separated from his wife.


bitad

Cebuano

lug


bítad

Cebuano

v. pull, usually in the direction of a stationary agent. Bitára nang katri diri, Pull that bed over this way. — ug hábul afford a scanty amount of nourishment (provide just enough strength to pull a blanket over oneself). Ang panihápun nga ákung gikaun ígù ra giyung ibítad ug hábul, I had a very scanty supper. paN-(←) v. be at the tail end in a race or contest. Namítad siya sa lumbà, He finished last in the race.


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