List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 178

búlung

Cebuano

v. get tired of something partaken or done with monotonous regularity or frequency. Nabúlung na ku sa íyang hitsúra, I’m sick of seeing him. Nabúlung na ku sa buwad, I’m tired of dried fish. Gibulúngan na kug pamínaw sa isturiya, I’m sick of listening to her talk.



búlung

Cebuano

v. have a difficult time doing something Nabúlung kug pangítà sa inyung báy kay wà may numiru, I had a hard time looking for your house. It had no number.


búlung

Cebuano

v. look for, search. Nagbúlung ku sa kwarta kung nawálà, I’m looking for the money I lost.


bulung, búlung

Cebuano

v. treat with medicine. Bulnga ang samad, Treat the wound; n. medicine. mag-r-(→) n. someone who treats illnesses.


bulúngan

Cebuano

n. kind of sweet banana with a green peel, similar in flavor to the type sold in the U.S.: Musa sapientum var. suaveolens.


buluníyu

Cebuano

(not without l) n. long wooden device with a lacerated tip for stirring the chocolate in the chocolate pot (batirul); v. use as a chocolate stirrer.


buluntǎd

Cebuano

(not without l) n. voluntary act. Buluntǎd kining ákung gibúhat, What I’m doing is a voluntary act; v. volunteer, present oneself voluntarily. Mibuluntǎd siyag tubag sa pangutána, He volunteered to answer the question.


buluntǎr

Cebuano

(not without l) see buluntǎd, v. -yu n. 1. volunteer, esp. the civilian soldier volunteers during the Japanese occupation; 2. voluntary act. Ang pagpirma ku sa kuntrátu buluntaryu, My signing of the contract is a voluntary act; v. 1. see buluntǎd; 2. hold a work bee with work contributed on a voluntary basis. Gibuluntaryúhan sa lungsud ang paglimpiyu sa plása, The people of the town had a work bee to clean the plaza.


buluntǐr

Cebuano

(not without l) see buluntǎd, v.


bulus

Cebuano

(not without l) a a great burden. Bulus kaáyu kining daghang anak, It’s a burden to have so many children; v. overly burden oneself. Ngánung magbulus kag lútù nga dúna kay kusiníra? Why do you burden yourself with cooking when you have a cook? Ngánung buslun siya nímug anhi? Why do you make him trouble himself to come here?


bulus

Cebuano

n. bamboo or sugar stem.


bulut

Cebuano

n. the shiny black crown of thorns which covers the tubers of the Dioscorea esculenta (apáli), esp. the wild varieties (balyákag).


buluungun

Cebuano

n. pomelo, a kind of widely grown citrus bearing large spherical or irregularly-shaped fruits, larger, drier, and sweeter than the grapefruit: Citrus grandis.


búluy

Cebuano

n. kind of halfbeak.


bulwang

Cebuano

a. for something enclosing an area or an enclosed area to be wide. Bulwang ra ning sayála níya, This skirt is too wide for her; v. 1. be wide in space. Ang pagkawalay mwiblis mauy nakabulwang (nakapabulwang) sa hawanan, The absence of furniture made the room appear wider; 2. add to the width of something n. see ka-. ka- n. width of an enclosed space or something enclosing an area.


bulwang

Cebuano

n. strong rush of water. Ang bulwang sa túbig mauy nakaánud níya, The rush of the water carried her away; v. for a liquid to rush out forcefully.


bulyum

Cebuano

n. 1. volume of sound; 2. volume of a set of books; v. increase the volume of sound.


búm

Cebuano

n. boom of a ship.


bumabatr

Cebuano

well-wisher


bumalik

Cebuano

come back


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