List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 15

bagyo

Cebuano

n. tempest



bagyo

Cebuano

n. typhoon


bagyohon

Cebuano

adj. stormy


bagyohon

Cebuano

adj. tempestuous


bagyu

Cebuano

n. typhoon; v. for there to be a typhoon. Nagbagyu run sa Batánis, There’s a typhoon now in the Batanes Islands. Bagyuhun gánì ta, manglúpad giyud ang átung nípang atup, If a typhoon hits us, our thatched roof will surely be blown off. talibagyu, bumabagyu, balagyuhun n. about to have a typhoon.


bagyu bins

Cebuano

n. green and wax beans, the pods of which are eaten: Phaseolus vulgaris.


baha

Cebuano

deluge


baha

Cebuano

n. flood


bahà

Cebuano

n. flood; v. 1. flow in a flood, flood over. Mibahà ang sapà sa kakusug sa ulan, The river flooded over because of the heavy rain. Gibahaan (gibaháan) ang ámung sílung, The lower portion of our house was flooded; 2. come in great quantity, experience in great intensity. Mubahà ang sápì karung iliksiyun, Money will flow this coming election. Gibaháan ang ákung galamhan sa túmang kalípay, I was overwhelmed with joy; 3. sneeze. Bahaun (bàhun) ka ug mutan-aw kas adlaw, You will sneeze if you look at the sun. bahàbáhà v. go, come in throngs and swarms. Nagbahàbáhà ang mga táwu sa kadalánan kay musúgat sa Santu Pápa, People are flooding the streets to meet the Pope. balaháan, bahaánan n. subject to floods.


baha

Cebuano

n. sneeze


báhad

Cebuano

v. 1. threaten to do something Nagbáhad síyang ikíha ka, He was threatening to sue you; 2. make up one’s mind to do something one is really not in a position to do. Dúgay na nákung gibaháran nang awtúhang palitun, I have been threatening to buy that car for the longest time; n. 1. threat; 2. mutual agreement to meet s.w. for a fight or contest. May báhad silang magsumbagay sa plása, They have an agreement to have a fight in the plaza. mabahárun a. threatening.


baháda

Cebuano

a. 1. downhill grade; 2. for a price to be low. Baháda ang prisyu sa mais run, The price of corn is low now; v. 1. go downhill on a road. Kusug kaáyu ning dyípa kun magbaháda, This jeep runs fast when it goes downhill; 2. go down in price.


bahádu

Cebuano

a. 1. below normal, low. May bagyung umalábut. Bahádu ang barumítru, A typhoon is coming. The barometer is below normal. Bahádu ang prisyu sa kupras, The price of copra is low; 2. in a bad mood. Pagbantay mu. Bahádu bayà ang átung maistra run, Better be careful. Our teacher is in a bad mood today; v. be in a bad mood, go down below normal.


bahag

Cebuano

g-string


bahag

Cebuano

loin cloth


bahag

Cebuano

n. G-string. Dì masaghirag bahag bayhána, That woman is terribly fertile. (Lit. You can’t brush a g-string against her without her getting pregnant.) v. wear, make a g-string. Gibahag níya ang íyang kamisin, He made a g-string out of his undershirt. — ang íkug v. 1. tuck the tail between legs. Mabahag ang íkug sa irù basta daug, A defeated dog tucks his tail between his legs; 2. run away in cowardice. Mibahag ang íyang íkug nga gigúkud sa íyang kaáway, He turned tail when his enemy pursued him. bahagbahag n. harmless kind of long thin jellyfish, semi-transparent, resembling a snake. Used in sorcery called sampal.


bahaganan

Cebuano

plate


bahagi

Cebuano

detail


bahaginan

Cebuano

share


baháhà

Cebuano

n. bleat of sheep and goats; v. bleat.


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