List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 180

búnak

Cebuano

v. wash clothes. Bunáki ang mga bulingun, Wash the dirty clothes. -an(→), -un(→) n. laundry.



bunal

Cebuano

adj. beaten


bunal

Cebuano

bat


bunal

Cebuano

beat


bunal

Cebuano

club


bunal

Cebuano

n. lash


búnal

Cebuano

v. 1. strike with a club or whip. Ayaw ku bunáli, Don’t beat me. 2. for a fighting cock to deliver a blow with its legs; 3. for a person to fall heavily with a thud. Nabúnal ku sa hagdan, I fell with a thud down the stairs. andir di- a. henpecked. (→) n. 1. club, whip; 2. blows of a fighting cock; 3. penis (slang).


bunal

Cebuano

whip


búnaw

Cebuano

see bunal.


bunáyus

Cebuano

a. shapeless figure; v. for the body or dress to be lacking in curves and full shape. Mubunáyus ang tútuy basta way bra, The breasts sag if you don’t wear a bra. Sayun rang tahiun ang mga sinínà karun kay bunayúsun man lang, It’s easy to sew dresses nowadays because they are just cut straight.


bunbun

Cebuano

n. fine sand; v. be filled with, covered with sand. paN- v. be defeated, lose overwhelmingly in a race or contest.


bundak

Cebuano

v. 1. let something fall with force. Ngánung nabuak ang kúlun? Kinsay nagbundak niíni? Why is the clay pot broken? Who threw it down? Ayaw ibundak ang tilipunu, Don’t bang the telephone receiver down; 1a. — sa salà lay the blame on someone Gibundákan siya sa salà nga dílì íya, They blamed him for something that was not his fault; 2. stomp one’s feet. Ayaw bundáka (ibundak) ang tiil mug manáug ka sa hagdan, Don’t stomp your feet as you go downstairs; 3a. for the rain to fall heavily. Mibundak ang ulan, The rain came down in sheets; 3b. for something heavy to come down by itself. Mibundak ang gawang sa garáhi, The garage door came down with a bang; 4. 4a. speak with a gruff voice. Pinabundak ang tíngug, mitawag siya sa íyang suluguun, He called his servant in a sharp voice; 4b. call someone by name with no title of respect. Ayaw ibundak ang ngálan sa ímung magulang. Tawga siyag manang, Don’t just call your elder sister by name. Give her the title manang. n. 1. crashing down of something, stomping of feet; 2. downpour.


accent


bundù

Cebuano

see bungdù.


bundul

Cebuano

see bungdul.


búng

Cebuano

see búlung.


bung-aw

Cebuano

abyss


bung-aw

Cebuano

n. chasm, narrow gorge. Natumpáwak siya sa bung-aw sa kasákit, She underwent a great emotional crisis. (Lit. She fell headlong into the chasm of sorrow.)


bung-aw

Cebuano

n. cliff


bunga

Cebuano

fruit


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