List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 19

bahirig

Cebuano

a. tilted, leaning to one side; v. lean to one side. Nagbahirig ang mga tanum tungud sa kusug nga hángin, The plants are leaning because of the strong wind. Ayaw ibahirig (bahiriga) pagtáud ang halígi, Don’t install the post in a leaning position.



bahis

Cebuano

v. go back and forth. Nagbahis ang mga pulis sa dálan nga nangítà sa mga tulisan, The policemen are going back and forth over the streets looking for the bandits. (←) v. go back and forth without regard to anyone or anything else. Nagbáhis na ang buáya; walà siyay gikahadlúkan, The crocodile went about where he chose. He feared no one.


bahista

Cebuano

n. bass fiddle, guitar player; v. be a bass player.


bahíya

Cebuano

n. bay. Ang bahíya sa Manílà, Manila Bay.


baho

Cebuano

foul


baho

Cebuano

n. aroma


baho

Cebuano

n. odor


baho

Cebuano

n. smell


baho

Cebuano

scent


baho

Cebuano

smell bad


baho

Cebuano

stink


bahog

Cebuano

feed


bahog-bahog

Cebuano

n. banquet


halitosis


bahù

Cebuano

a. 1. odorous, ill-smelling. Limpiyúhi ang kasilyas kay bahù kaáyu, Clean the toilet because it stinks; 2. having been ‘it’ in a game for a long time. (←) n. smell, odor. Ang báhù sa litsun abut sa ámù, The smell of the roast pig reaches our place. — nga smell of. Báhung singut, Smell of sweat. — nga paryinti having some sort of distant tie of kinship. Walà miy báhù nga paryinti. Nagkaparíha lang ang ámung apilyídu, We are not related. We just happen to have the same name; v. 1. be, become smelly. Mubahù ang banig kay giihían man sa bátà, The mat will become smelly because the child urinated on it. 2. a smell. Nakabahù ka ba átung humut nga rúsas? Did you smell the fragrance of the roses? b. see paniN-, 3. 3. (→) 1. for meat and fruits to rot, spoil. Nabahù ang karni kay walà nímu malútù gahápun, The meat became spoiled because you did not cook it yesterday; 2. cause coconut milk to ferment in making oil. Bahúa úsà ang túnù unyà lanáha, You first ferment the coconut milk, then make it into oil. tiN- v. perceive odor. Nakatimahù ka ba ug patay nga ilagà? Do you smell a dead rat? paniN-(←) v. 1. emit odor. Nanimáhù kang nangkà, You smell of jackfruit; 1a. -ng kandílà death is near (lit. the odor of candles is being emitted—facetious usage). Lúya na kaáyu ang masakitun. Nanimáhù nang kandílà, The patient is weak. You can smell the funereal candles; 2. smell, perceive odor. Midágan ang lagsaw dihang nakapanimahù ug táwu, The deer ran when it perceived the odor of man; 3. find out, get wind of. Nanimáhù ug unsang kumbiráha maáyu níyang suhútan, He’s finding out what party is good to attend. Ag tuntu nakapanimahù (nakabahù) sa ámung mga plánu, The fool got wind of our plans. ig-(←) n. — nga paryinti be in any way a relative of. Dílì ka igbáhù nga paryinti ni Títa. Makaminyù mu, You are in no way related to Tita. You two can get married. ka- n. stench. Ang kabahù sa yánang dílì maagwanta, I can’t endure the stench of the pool of mud.


báhu

Cebuano

n. 1. bass singer; 2. bass instrument; v. play, sing bass.


báhu

Cebuano

no wonder, it is not surprising considering that (subject) is what it is. Báhu ning tapulan, diyútay rag ági, No wonder this fellow doesn’t accomplish anything. He’s so lazy.


báhu

Cebuano

see abáhu.


báhu, bàhu

Cebuano

see baw-u.


báhud

Cebuano

v. for wounds to swell and redden. Mibáhud ang íyang núka kay hiinitan man, His wound became swollen because it was exposed to the sun. Ug musúd kag mintiryu mubáhud ang ímung kabahung, If you go into a cemetery your wound might swell and redden.


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