List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 153

bughaw

Cebuano

a. 1. faded, pale in color. Bughaw nga itum, A faded black color; 2. light blue in color. Pinintálag bughaw, Painted light blue; v. for colors to fade, get to be dull. Nabughaw ang íyang sinínà kay gihayhay sa ínit, Her dress faded because she hung it in the sun.



bughuan

Cebuano

see abubhuan. see *abubhu.


búgi

Cebuano

n. boogie; v. dance the boogie.


bugì

Cebuano

n. kind of skin disease characterized by intense itching and development of scales; v. 1. get infected with scabies. Bugiun ka ug makighagwà ka ánang irù nga pulgasun, You will be infected with scabies if you frolic with that flea-infested dog; 2. light curse expressing irritation. Gibugì man ning trabahúa, wà magkadimáu, Damn this work. It’s done all wrong.


see bumbil.


buging

Cebuano

n. small ear of corn.


bugírit

Cebuano

a. boastful, putting on airs (euphemism for hambugíru); v. become boastful.


bugkas

Cebuano

see bugtas.


bugkos

Cebuano

bundle


bugkos

Cebuano

dagat


bugkos

Cebuano

pack


bugkos

Cebuano

package


bugkos

Cebuano

v. bind


bugkus

Cebuano

a. slender around the stomach; v. be, become slim in the abdominal region. Ug sígi kang ihirsisyu, mabugkus ímung tiyan, If you keep exercising, your stomach will get trimmed down.


bugkus

Cebuano

v. tie a piece of string or something similar around something long, usually to tie it together with something else. Bugkúsa ang mga lipak, Tie the bamboo slats into a bundle. Bugkúsi ug panyù ang ímung samad, Tie a handkerchief around your wound; n. 1. something used to tie around something Alambri ang gamítang bugkus, Use wire to tie it up. 2. bundle. Tagtrayinta ang bugkus sa káhuy, Each bundle of firewood costs thirty centavos. -in- n. something tied into a bundle.


bugkut

Cebuano

v. 1. tie something around something to secure it. Bugkúta nang sugung dinhà arun dì matumba, Tie something around that bamboo tube container so that it won’t fall over; 2. for supernatural beings to kidnap a person rendering him invisible. This is usually done in the thickets, rocks, etc. where these spirits are thought to dwell; n. something tied around something to secure it.


bugnà

Cebuano

n. Book of Revelations. Ang bugnà usa ka basahun sa Bag-ung Túgun nga nagsaysay sa umalábut, The Book of Revelations is a book in the New Testament that reveals something about things to come. hiN- see mugnà.


bugnà

Cebuano

v. rub bark scrapings into a fishing line to strengthen it. Bugnáa (ibugnà) nang pasúla arun malig-un, Dye that fishing line to make it strong.


bugnaw

Cebuano

a. 1. cold or cool to the touch. Bugnaw nga imnun, Cool if you drink it. Bugnaw nga panahun, Weather that makes you feel cool; 2. gentle, low in sound, not loud or harsh. Bugnaw kaáyung tíngug nang mag-aawíta, That singer has a mellow voice; 3. cool in temper. Ang táwung bugnaw ug hunàhúnà dúgayng masukù, A cool-tempered person doesn’t get angry easily; 4. cool, indifferent. Bugnaw kaáyu siyag tinagdan sa íyang inaína, She is cold toward her stepmother. — ug mantíkà lazy (humorous). — ug simud widower (lit. one whose lips are not so ardent) (humorous); v. 1. cool something, be, become cold. Idálit ang sálad ug mubugnaw (mabugnaw, mamugnaw) na, Serve the salad when it cools; 1a. be exposed to cold, draft. Hibugnawan gánì ku, ubhun dáyun, Whenever I’m exposed to the cold, I readily come down with a cough; 2. dampen one’s enthusiasm for going ahead with something Dì ka makabugnaw (makapabugnaw) nákù pagminyù, You can not discourage me from getting married; 3. for a sound to become soft; 4. cool someone down, pacify his anger. Ang mga asáwa mau giyuy mubugnaw (mupabugnaw) sa kasukù sa ílang mga bána, Wives are the ones who know how to calm their husbands down. pa- v. 1. cool oneself, something off; 2. take refreshments; n. something taken for refreshments. Dalítig pabugnaw ang mga bisíta, Serve the visitors some refreshments. pa-an, pa-anan n. refreshment parlor. paN- v. have the chills, be chilled all over. May hilánat ka kay namugnaw man, You (must) have a fever because you have the chills. Namugnaw ku sa kahadluk, I felt cold due to (my) fright. ma-un a. calm, cool-headed.


bugnaw

Cebuano

adj. cool


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