List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 156

bugtaw

Cebuano

v. keep vigil over something at night. Nagbugtaw kug bantay sa nanganak námung bábuy, I kept awake watching over my pig that was giving birth; n. vigil, keeping watch over.



bugtì

Cebuano

v. swap, barter on a one-to-one basis. Bugtíi ug kabáyù ang ákung awtu, Give me a horse for my car. Wà kuy ikabugtì sa ímung kaáyu, I have nothing to give you in return for your goodness; n. thing given in exchange for something else. Kini bugtì unyà sa ákung báka, I will take this in return for my cow.


bugtik

Cebuano

v. 1. 2. for the stomach to be distended. Bitúkun tingáli nang batáa kay nagbugtik man ang tíyan, That child must have intestinal worms because his stomach is distended.


bugto

Cebuano

break


bugto

Cebuano

snap


bugton

Cebuano

n. sole


bugtong

Cebuano

adv. only


bugtù

Cebuano

v. 1. for string, rope, wire, etc. to break with a snap, make a string snap. Nakabugtù ang irù sa higut, The dog broke the tether. Mabugtù ang lastiku ug ímung inátun, The rubber band will break if you stretch it. 2. — ang ginháwa stop breathing (die). Nabugtù na ang gininháwa sa masakitun, The patient has died; 3. cut off ties or relationship. Dílì aku ang makabugtù (makapabugtù) sa átung panaghigála, I cannot break up our friendship. Bugtúun tang átung kasal, Let’s not go through with (lit. break off) our wedding. walay — without a break. Gipasundáyag ang pilikula nga walay bugtù, The film was shown without interruptions.


bugtuk

Cebuano

n. kind of disease that infects the fruit of bananas and cacao whereby the fruit gets hard spots; v. be infected with this disease.


bugtung

Cebuano

n. sole, lone. Pinanggà ku kaáyung bugtung kung anak, I love my only child very much. — lubi n. a coconut which grows all alone and not in a bunch. The oil of such a coconut is said to be highly medicinal; v. see -in-. -in- v. do something alone, single-handedly, do something with another in singles. Binugtúngun (binugtungun) ku nig dárung umáha, I’ll plow this field single-handedly. -an n. lone scale encircling a leg of a chicken. If a cock has such a mark it is believed to be a sign that it is to be a likely winner.


bugtus

Cebuano

n. sweet potatoes produced from the first harvest.


búgù

Cebuano

a. 1. slow in comprehension, dull; 2. poor in doing things. Búgù kaáyu ku ánang sáyaw, I’m a poor dancer; v. 1. be, become dull; 2. be poor in doing things. Nagkabugù ka na man run. Dì na man kang kasiyat sa búla, You’re getting poorer and poorer. You can’t even shoot the ball.


búgù

Cebuano

n. kind of fish; 1. name given to various kind of gobies; 2. name given to snakeheads.


bugu

Cebuano

n. kind of tree.


búguk

Cebuano

v. take a mouthful of liquid to gargle, rinse out the mouth. Makabúguk ba kug duha ka lab-uk sa ímung tubà? Can I get a mouthful of your toddy to rinse out my mouth? Bugúka (ibúguk) ning tambála, Gargle with this mouthwash.


buguk, -in-

Cebuano

a. 1. for an egg to be rotten; 2. rotten in character. Dì maantígung malúuy ang táwung binuguk ug kasingkásing, A man with a rotten heart doesn’t know pity; v. for eggs to fail to hatch, addle.


buguk, búguk

Cebuano

see búgù.


bugul, búgul

Cebuano

a. 1. rounded and full, in a lump. Ang búgul nímung áping, Your full and rounded cheeks. Makaiíbug tan-áwun ang búgul mung dughan, Your full breasts are entrancing to look at; v. 1. be, become full and rounded like a lump; n. lump. Butangig yílu ang búgul sa agtang mu, Apply ice to the lump on your forehead. Búgul sa kan-un, A lump of rice. ka-(←) n. 1. fullness, roundness.


bugun

Cebuano

n. 1. lump. Bugun sa yútà, Clods of earth. Bugun sa kan-un, Lumps of rice. Bugun sa kaláyu, Balls of fire; 2. cyst or any lump growing in the body. Naingun kag táwung nakalamuyg búla nang ímung bugun, You look like a man who has swallowed a ball with that goiter of yours; v. get full of lumps. Mubugun (mabugun) ang gátas kun mabáhaw, Milk gets curdled when it is sour. -an n. having a goiter, cyst.


bugung

Cebuano

a. very quick and fast in going; v. move in a hurry. Mibugung (mipabugung) ug dágan ang awtu, The car sped away.


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