List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 149

búda

Cebuano

n. formal gown. Daw rayna siyang tan-áwun sa íyang búda, She looks like a queen in her wedding dress. — dipláta silver wedding anniversary, or silver jubilee in the priesthood. — diúru golden wedding anniversary or golden jubilee in the priesthood; v. wear, make into a wedding dress.



budabil

Cebuano

n. 1. vaudeville; 2. combination of mahjong pieces consisting of dagger, mirror, and grass pieces. -ay v. play with extra money on the budabil combination.


golden, silver wedding anniversary or jubilee in the priesthood.


budbud

Cebuano

v. 1. wind string, wire, strips, etc. around something or into a ball. Budbúri nag bandids ang ímung samad, Wind a bandage around your wound. Ibudbud ang lúbid sa lápis, Wind the rope around the pencil; 2. make a stick of dynamite out of. 3. make the delicacy budbud. n. 1. coil, spoolful. Usa ka budbud hílu, A spoolful of thread; 2. stick of dynamite; 3. sweet prepared from crushed ingredients (rice, corn, pili nut, millet, etc.) formed into sticks, wrapped in banana leaves, and steamed. budburan n. reel, spool. budburun n. kind of small cylindrical mackerel.


budhi

Cebuano

betray


budhì

Cebuano

v. betray a faith or trust. Patyun ta kag budhían ku nímu, I’ll kill you if you betray me. ma-un a. 1. traitorous; 2. unfaithful.


budhì

Cebuano

v. for something to be not thoroughly cooked in the center.


budhianon

Cebuano

adj. treasonable


budíding

Cebuano

see buríring.


budíga

Cebuano

n. 1. warehouse for holding heavy materials; 2. place in the hold of a ship for cargo, often open; 3. cargo compartment of a plane, truck, car, etc; 4. stomach of a person (slang). Dakug budíga kay dakug káun, He has a big stomach because he eats a lot; v. 1. make into a warehouse. Budigáhun kung katungà ning bildínga, I’ll make the other half of this building into a warehouse; 2. make a cargo compartment in something budigíru n. one who works in a warehouse.


budígus

Cebuano

n. earthen jug with a long slender neck and a small opening.


Budista

Cebuano

n. Buddhist(s)


budlat

Cebuano

a. bulging eyes; v. for the eyes to bulge. Mibudlat íyang mata sa kasukù, His eyes bulged in anger. -an n. name given to fishes with bulging eyes, e.g. kind of slipmouth (palutput) with this appearance: Gazza minuta. -un(→) a. having bulging eyes.


budlat

Cebuano

bulge


budlat og mata

Cebuano

adj. popeyed


budlat og mata

Cebuano

goggle-eyed


budlay

Cebuano

a. tiring, tiresome. Budlay kaáyu ning magguna sa ínit, It’s tiring to cut grass in the sun. Budlay kaáyu ang magpaábut, It’s tiresome to wait; v. 1a. be inconvenienced, put to great effort. Mibudlay giyud ku pag-anhi, I took the trouble of coming here. Ayaw kug budláya sa ímung mga prublíma, Don’t trouble me with your problems; 1b. toil. Nagbudlay siya arun mabúhì, He toils in order to live; 2. tire. Ayaw budláya ang masakitun, Don’t tire the patient; 3. consider something tiresome. Gitilipunuhan ta ka kay gibudláyan kung muanhà, I phoned you because it’s easier than going to your house. ka- n. effort exerted to get something done. Nasalbar siya tungud sa kabudlay sa duktur, The doctor’s efforts saved him. -in-an, kina-an n. something earned by labor. hiN-, haN- v. take a rest. Anhà ku sa landung sa mangga manghimudlay (muhimudlay, magpahimudlay), I’ll rest under the mango tree. tinghiN- n. rest period.


budlis

Cebuano

n. long, thin mark, stripe, smear. Lagmit buláwan ang dág nga budlis sa batu, The yellow streaks in the stone are probably gold; v. mark with streaks or stripes. Ayaw budlísi ug úling ang salug, Don’t streak charcoal on the floor. -an n. name given to fishes with streaks.


budlísiw

Cebuano

see bidlísiw.


budlung

Cebuano

n. sweet made of cornstarch (tik tik), brown sugar, shredded coconut meat, wrapped in banana leaves to form a stick and steamed.


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