List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 195

buskad

Cebuano

v. see bukhad. — ug ngábil thick-lipped. -íra a. given to spreading gossip; v. get to be a gossip.



buskag

Cebuano

v. 1. undo, untie something, esp. so that the contents spread; for something wrapped or tied up to open. Mibuskag ang tákung ug migímaw ang mga bungul sa lubi, The coconut sheath opened and its buds spread out beneath. Nabuskag ang íyang bálun, His lunch broke open allowing the contents to spread out. Makabuskag ka ba sa balitùtù? Can you untie the knot? 2. for hair neatly groomed to get dishevelled. Nabuskag íyang hinápay sa hángin, Her hair got all dishevelled in the wind; 3. expose someone’s secret. Akuy mubuskag sa makauúlaw mung tinagúan, I will expose your shameful secret.


busla

Cebuano

v. confront someone to belie his assertion. Ákù siyang gibusla (gibusláhan) arun matin-aw ang tanan, I confronted her so that everything would be cleared. buslahay v. confront each other to disclaim what each said.


buslot

Cebuano

hole


buslot

Cebuano

opening


buslung

Cebuano

v. look at something squarely without hiding that one is looking. Si Ána ra giyuy nakabuslung kay nag-antipára mag dikulur, Ana was the only one who was able to get a good look because she was wearing dark glasses. Buslungi (buslunga) arun makahibalu mug unsay riaksiyun níya, Look at him square in the face so you will see what his reaction is.


buslut

Cebuano

v. 1. make a hole. Ayaw buslúta ang púyu, Don’t punch a hole in the paper bag. Buslúti ang láta sa gátas, Punch a hole on the milk can; 1a. knock down bowling pins in a row, thus making a hole in the set-up. 2. — sa bulsa make one flat broke. Buslútun nímu ang ákung bulsa? You want to drive me to the poorhouse? 3. break in a virgin; n. 1. hole through something Dakug buslut ang ákung midyas, My socks have a big hole in them; 2. knocking down of pins in a row in bowling. — sa íyang ina euphemism for bilat sa íyang ina. (→) 1. having a hole in it. Buslǔt nga takurì, Kettle with a hole in it. 2. — ug bulsa penniless; 3. no longer a virgin; 4. failing to catch, return a ball, failing to strike the mark. paN- n. instrument for punching holes.


busngal

Cebuano

v. cut short someone talking by asserting the contrary, often in an impertinent way. Patákà ka lang dihag pamusngal, How dare you interrupt like that? Busngálun nátù ang íyang hambug, Let’s cut his big talk short.


busngì

Cebuano

a. buck-toothed; v. get buck teeth. Ang pagsinupsup sa kumagkù mauy nakabusngì (nakapabusngì) sa bátà, Thumbsucking made the child buck-toothed.


busog

Cebuano

adj. full


busog na

Cebuano

already full


busog pag-ayo

Cebuano

overfeed


bustipul

Cebuano

n. pith helmet; v. wear a pith helmet.


bustu

Cebuano

n. bust; v. make a representation in bust.


búsu

Cebuano

v. 1. dive, esp. using diving paraphernalia. Busúhun níla ang nawálang káha diyíru, They will dive for the steel safe that sunk; 2. be a diver in net fishing; 3. peep to get sexual pleasure; n. 1. paraphernalia for diving; 2. see busíru. busíru n. 1. person in net fishing operations who dives to keep the net repaired and collect the catch; v. be, become the busíru.


busug

Cebuano

a. full, sated. Busug na ku. Dì na ku layhang mukáun, I am full, I don’t feel like eating any more. Busug run ang íyang pitáka kay bag-ung giswilduan, His wallet is full now because he has just received his salary; v. fill oneself to satisfy. Magbusug ku kay lamì ang sud-an, I’ll eat my fill because the food is tasty. Busgun kung ákung mga mata pagtan-aw sa ímung katahum, I’ll let my eyes have their fill in gazing at your beauty. way ka-un, kabulusgun without ever getting satiated.


búsug

Cebuano

n. downward movement of the baby during labor; v. for the baby to move downwards during labor. Nagbúsug na ang bátà. Dad-a siya sa uspital, The baby is struggling to come out. Bring her to the hospital.


busug

Cebuano

v. fluff up cotton or kapok in preparation for further use. -an n. 1. fluffer of cotton or kapok fibers; 2a. bow for shooting arrows (so called from the cotton fluffer which is a small bow). 2b. a tube with a tie at the end which propels a spear in spear fishing.


busun

Cebuano

n. mailbox into which mail is dropped for collection; v. drop a letter in a mailbox. Gibusun nákung sulat, I dropped the letter in the mailbox.


búsung

Cebuano

n. the punishment inflicted by God on someone for misusing the blessings bestowed on him. The punishment usually consists of deprivation of the thing which had been bestowed by God; v. 1. earn God’s punishment for being wasteful. Busúngun ka sa Diyus sa ímung kausikan, God will punish you for being wasteful; 2. get stomach pains from overeating. Busúngun kag magpalábi kag káun, You will have stomach pains if you overeat.


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