n. coconut husk and shell. Nusnúsig bunut ang salug, Scrub the floor with a coconut husk; v. 1. husk a coconut; 2. scrub the floor with a coconut husk. Bunuti ang salug, Scrub the floor with a coconut husk; 3. punish or maul one severely. Ílang gibuntan ang kawatan, They mauled the thief (lit. husked him).
v. 1. pull something that is in between something Hináyag búnut ang húnus, Pull the drawers out slowly. Ákung bunútun ang madyungan, I’ll draw a piece from the mahjong set; 2. pull out something rooted, stuck in something Bunúta ang lansang, Pull out the nail; 2a. pull something out as if uprooting weeds. Ayaw ibúnut (bunúta) pagkúhà ang igtalánum, Don’t just rip out the seedlings; 3. draw a weapon. Makigbúnut ku nímug pistulahay, I’ll duel you with pistols; n. action of drawing. — lábay n. action of drawing and discarding what was drawn in a game in order to allow the game to continue without anyone’s dropping out. — madyung in mahjong, the action of getting a piece which enables one to go mahjong. — paníngit see singit. — supu n. 1. manner of betting in mahjong whereby a player bets that his next draw will cause someone (himself or any other player) to get mahjong; 2. amount bet in this manner of betting.
v. 1. baptize. Ugmà bunyági ákung anak, My child will be christened tomorrow; 1a. acknowledge someone’s new clothing or hair style by hitting or knocking the new thing; 2. name something Mga katsílà ang mibunyag sa átung násud ug Pilipínas, It was the Spaniards who called our country the Philippines; n. baptism. Way bunyag, Unbaptized. Inanak sa bunyag, Godchild in baptism. -an n. baptismal font. -an(→) n. garment worn by a child when baptized. -in-an n. 1. christian, baptized person; 2. christian name. Pidru ang ákung binunyágan, My christian name is Peter. maN-r- n. one who baptizes.
n; a. protrusion of the bone outwards at the base of the big toe.