List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 186

bunsálù

Cebuano

(not without l) see aguting, n 2.



bunsù

Cebuano

v. throw something forcefully downwards. Gibunsù siya sa matun sa asíras, The ruffian smashed him down to the ground.


bunsud

Cebuano

see bungsud.


bunsudbunsud

Cebuano

(from bungsud) n. murex shells.


buntag

Cebuano

n. morning


buntag

Cebuano

n. morning; v. 1. be morning. Hápit na mubuntag (mabuntag) kay mituktugáuk nang manuk, It is almost morning because the cock crowed. Musimba siyag mabuntag, She goes to church in the morning; 1a. do something in the morning. Buntága ang kasal, Have the marriage performed in the morning; 2. do something until morning. Nagbuntag kug bása, I read until morning. Gibuntágan nákug bayli, I danced until morning; 3. be overtaken by morning. Nabuntagan mi didtu sa lawud, Morning found us in the open sea. pa-, paka- v. stay s.w. till morning. Magpakabuntag ta sa barku, Let’s stay in the boat until morning. Pakabuntagi ang kinútil nga itlug úsà imna, Let the beaten eggs set until morning before you eat them. buntagbuntag, Culu- mornings. Malígù siya buntagbuntag, She takes a bath every morning. ka-un n. morning viewed as a phase of the day. Ang ínit sa kabuntágun, The morning heat. -un(→) n. 1. being in the morning. Buntagung mantaláan, Morning paper; 2. palm toddy gathered in the morning.


buntal

Cebuano

n. 1. fine, white fiber obtained from the stalks of unopened buri palm leaves, used for making hats; 2. hat made from buntal. v. wear, make into a buntal hat.


buntas

Cebuano

a. famished, half-starved; v. get to be famished. Nabuntas siya kay wà may káun gabíi, She is half-starved because she didn’t have anything to eat last night. Mu ra man nà siya ug gibuntas nímu, He must be famished for the sight of you.


buntaug

Cebuano

a. towering, looming huge; v. 1. loom. Dakung búkid nga nagbuntaug sa unáhan, A huge mountain that loomed in the distance; 2. for silence to reign. Kahílum nga nagbuntaug sa lawud, Silence that reigned over the seas.


buntaw

Cebuano

v. toss, throw something lightly. Nabuak ang plátu kay gibuntaw man lang, The plate was smashed because he just threw it down; 2. address an older person without his usual title of respect. Ayaw ibuntaw íyang ngálan. Tawga siyag manang, Don’t just call her by her name. Call her ‘big sister’. paN- v. go hook and line fishing, usually in the shallow part of the sea; n. hook and line fishing.


buntay

Cebuano

a. heavy in weight, weighty. Buntay ang ákung dala kay sa íya, The thing I carried was heavier than his; v. weigh something down. Ang usa ka pirásung puthaw ang nagbuntay (nagpabuntay) sa putus, The piece of iron made the package heavy. Nagbuntay ang mga búnga, The fruits are weighing down (the branches of the tree).


buntis

Cebuano

n. kind of tiny fish.


buntis

Cebuano

n. pregnant woman; v. 1. be, become pregnant; 2. be carried in the womb. Ang gibuntis ni Inday karun ikaunum níyang anak, Inday is pregnant with her sixth child.


buntis

Cebuano

pregnant


buntod

Cebuano

hills


buntog

Cebuano

defeat


buntog

Cebuano

lick


buntog

Cebuano

overthrow


buntog

Cebuano

subdue


buntog

Cebuano

suppress


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