List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 183

bungi

Cebuano

harelip



bungìngì

Cebuano

v. 1. for a surface to develop a crack and curl at the edges. Ang nangkà nakabungìngì na sa kahinug, The jackfruit broke open when it got overripe; 2. see bungíngi.


bungíngi

Cebuano

v. for something to have an abundance of something on it or in it. Mangga nga nagbungíngi sa búnga, A mango tree, laden with fruit. Namungíngi ang mga isdà sa púkut, The net was full of fish. Sanínang gipamungingíhag mga adurnu, A dress laden with decorations.


bungisngis

Cebuano

n. supernatural being, tall and hairy with a wide mouth, said to be grinning literally from ear to ear or laughing boisterously; v. grin widely, laugh like a bungisngis. Mibungisngis íyang dagway, His face burst into a wide grin.


v. 1. for the face to assume a frowning, disapproving expression. Sapútun gánì siya mubungíut íyang nawung, His face frowns when he is not in a good mood; 2. for the sky to get heavily overcast (metaphorical). Nagbungiut ang kalibútan, The sky is heavily overcast; a. frowning face.


bungkag

Cebuano

demolish


bungkag

Cebuano

v. 1. take something apart, break something up into its constituent parts. Kinsay nagbungkag sa rilu? Who took the watch apart? Bungkága ring písus, Change this peso bill; 2. break up a group, disarrange something in a group. Kinsay nagbungkag sa ákung sinínà? Who disarranged my clothes that had been stacked nicely? Nakabungkag si Magsaysay sa mga Huks, Magsaysay broke up the Huk rebellion. Nabungkag ang tígum pag-ulan, The gathering broke up when it rained; 3. break up a relationship. Ikay nakabungkag sa ámung pagpuyù, You broke up our home; 4. arrange music (slang). Ang Bítuls ray magbungkag sa ílang kantáhun, The Beatles arrange their songs themselves; 5. break the soil in a field that has never been cultivated or not cultivated for some time. Nagbungkag siya sa kaíngin, He plowed the clearing in the forest. -ay n. children’s game in which a bunch of rubber bands is separated; v. play this game.


bungkal

Cebuano

v. 1. dig up the surface of the earth. Dílì kinahanglan bungkálun ning yutáa kay húmuk, This soil need not be broken up because it is soft. Hibungkalan níya ang usa ka dakung kahun sa nagdáru siya, He turned up a big box as he was plowing.


bungkaliw

Cebuano

see bungkawil.


bungkas

Cebuano

v. undo something sewn. Nabungkas ang tahì sa ákung karsúnis, My pants came apart at the seams. Bungkási ang sákug usa ka dángaw, Open the sack a couple of inches where it was sewn.


bungkawil

Cebuano

n. kind of edible shell: the bubble conch.


bungkig

Cebuano

n. the amount by which something exceeds a certain set. Ug angáyun nátug báhin ang karmilítus, duhay bungkig, If we divide these candies up evenly, there will be two left over; v. become uneven in number, not in complete sets. Ayawg bungkíga ang plátung baligyà. Hinuygu giyud, Don’t sell the plates in odd lots. Sell them by the set.


bungkug

Cebuano

n. the very end of the spinal column, esp., in man or animals, but also said of birds.


bungkul

Cebuano

n. 1. place where the bones bulge in the knuckles, ankles, etc; 2. knot in a tree; 3. cyst; 4. see búkul; v. 1. hit in the ankle bone, knuckles; 2. turn into a cyst.


bungkut

Cebuano

v. suck money from someone Bungkútan lang nang byúdáha sa íyang bánang batan-ún, The young husband is just going to suck money out of the widow.


bunglay

Cebuano

v. remove weeds by using a bolo square at the end. Bungláyun ku nang sagbut, I’ll remove the weeds with a bolo; n. blunt-ended bolo used to remove weeds. -un(→) n. weeds to be cleared out.


bungog

Cebuano

stun


bungol

Cebuano

adj. deaf


bungol-amang

Cebuano

deaf-mute


bungot

Cebuano

moustache


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