List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 187

buntog

Cebuano

vanquish



buntogs

Cebuano

quail


buntud

Cebuano

see bungtud.


buntug

Cebuano

n. general name for gobies.


buntug

Cebuano

n. quail. paN- v. catch quails. -un(→) a. quail-like in appearance; v. get to be small and round like a quail.


buntug

Cebuano

v. 1. overcome something Makabuntug ka ba niánang dakung trúsu? Can you lift the large log? Buntúgun ku ang mga kagul-ánan, I’ll overcome my sorrows; 2. throw something into the water to sink it. Gibuntug sa kriminal ang pistúla sa dágat, The killer threw the pistol into the sea. hiN- v. be set s.w. Ang ílang balay didtu mahimuntug sa pátag, Their house was located on the plain. Ang arka didtu mahimuntug sa Arárat, The ark was set down on Mt. Ararat. -un n. 1. anchor made of a forked stick with a stone tied in the fork; 2. kind of wrasse found in reefs.


buntúgun

Cebuano

see buntug.


buntul

Cebuano

n. 1. small hill; 2. top of a hill.


buntul

Cebuano

see bungdul.


buntul

Cebuano

v. see pa-. pa- v. take liquids, usually spirits, to follow or wash down food. Nagpabuntul silag bír sa ílang gikaung baklarit, They drank beer to go with their dog stew; n. liquor to take with food.


buntung

Cebuano

see butung.


bunù

Cebuano

v. kill. Nagbúnù sila, They killed each other. Nakabunù ang ákung manuk, My cock killed its opponent. Hibun-an kug duha ka manuk, I lost two roosters. (←) n. a fight to the death. -an(←) place in fish corral where the fish is trapped and taken. mamumúnù n. killer, murderer. palaN-(←), talaN-(←), taliN-(←) killer cock.


bunù

Cebuano

v. throw something at something Bun-un ka nákug batu, I will throw a rock at you; n. action of throwing.


búnug

Cebuano

n. general name given to small, somewhat slender-bodied fishes with extensive dorsal and ventral spines and tail fins in one piece: gudgeons and gobies. bunugbúnug n. general name for snakeheads.


búnuk

Cebuano

v. for rain to fall in torrents; n. the torrential falling of the rain.


búnul

Cebuano

v. 1. bruise something Ayaw bunúla ang kamátis, Don’t bruise the tomatoes. Nabúnul na ang íyang láwas, His body is badly bruised; 2. make soil, clay, firm and compact. Nabúnul na ang daruhan nga inyung giagían kanúnay, The field you keep walking over has become hard. (→) n. infected subcutaneous injury due to a blow; v. 1. for a bruise to become infected. Nabunul ang ákung bun-ug, My bruise turned into a boil; 2. get an infected bruise. Gibunul (gibunulan) ákung pálad, The palm of my hand got an infected bruise.


bunulun

Cebuano

a. for draft animals to be sluggish. Bunulun kaáyu ning kabáwa nga idáru, This carabao is too sluggish to use for plowing; v. be, become sluggish.


búnus

Cebuano

n. bonus; v. 1. give a bonus; 2. get a bonus.


búnus

Cebuano

see balúnus.


búnus

Cebuano

v. tie fibers end to end to form a continuous strand. Bunúsun sà nímu ang abaka parabir hablúnun, Tie the abaca fibers into long strands before weaving it. -an(→) n. a shallow woven tray or basket where the strands, joined end to end are kept coiled before weaving.


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