List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 206

buyog

Cebuano

n. insect



buyon

Cebuano

conform


buyon

Cebuano

parallel


buyprind

Cebuano

n. boy friend.


buysit

Cebuano

n. bad luck that is permanently associated with a person or thing. Kanang ímung nawung mau rag mauy nagdala sa buysit, Your face brings bad luck with it; a. having bad luck associated with it. Buysit kining baláya. Pirming kamatyan, This house brings us bad luck. Lots of people have died here. interjection Buysit! Gikuútan ku, Damned! someone picked my pocket; v. be constantly beset by bad luck. Nabuysit ákung panágat human nákù mapatay ang íhung putì, My fishing was beset by misfortune after I killed the white shark.


búyù

Cebuano

n. betel pepper, a cultivated and wild vine, the leaves of which are used together with búnga as a chew: Piper betle.


buyu, buyù

Cebuano

v. win over, entice someone to do something Buyuhun ta ka pagtrabáhu sa ámù, I’ll entice you to work for us. Ayaw pabuyu sa íyang mga sáad, Don’t let yourself be hooked by his promises; n. enticement.


búyud

Cebuano

v. be, become dizzy. Nabúyud siya tungud sa kagútum, He is dizzy from hunger.


buyug

Cebuano

n. 1. kind of solitary bluish-black wasp common near the house, nesting in the soil; 2. kind of solitary bee, colored black with reddish overtones. -un n. feather coloration of cocks which is black with reddish overtones.


buyug

Cebuano

v. leave or depart instantly, in a hurry. Dílì maáyung mubuyug ug lakaw nga way pananghid, It’s not good to leave instantly without permission. Ayawg ibuyug ug dágan ang búla ni Dyunyur, Don’t run away with Junior’s ball.


búyuk

Cebuano

v. cook cereals by pouring into water boiled beforehand (the manner of cooking corn grits or large quantities of rice which otherwise would take long to cook). Buyúka paglung-ag ang mais, Cook the grits by throwing them into boiling water. -an(→) n. pot with boiling water for cooking in this manner. -in- n. corn or rice cooked in this manner.


búyuk

Cebuano

v. feel nauseous, dizzy and weak, almost to the point of fainting. Buyúkun (mabúyuk) siya kun mudúngaw ug lawum, She feels dizzy and weak when she looks down from heights.


buyun

Cebuano

n. kind of shrub of thickets: Mussaenda philippica.


búyun

Cebuano

v. be situated beside and, usually, in line. Nagbúyun ang mga balay sa subà, The houses are in a line along the river. Makigbúyun siyag higdà nákù, She wants to sleep beside me; n. next to. Ang ámung kusína búyun ra sa balay, Our kitchen is located next to (or right in back of) the house.


buyung

Cebuano

n. highwayman; v. 1. for a highwayman to hold someone up. Ayaw pagbaktas didtu sa awáaw básig mabuyung ka, Don’t go on foot through deserted areas, you might get held up. 2. steal (humorous). Átung buyungun ang íyang alkansíya, Let’s steal her piggy bank; 3. trick someone into doing something Nabuyung ka lang pagpaútang níya, You were tricked into lending her money.


búyung

Cebuano

see búyud.


búyut

Cebuano

see balúyut.


bwabuwa

Cebuano

see lansúnis.


bwágas

Cebuano

v. for liquids or fine things to flow out profusely from a container. Mibwágas ang túbig sa pagkabuslut sa bangà, The water flowed out rapidly when the jar got a hole on it. Dì makabwágas ang bugas sa sáku ug sap-úngan ang lungag ug papil, The rice will not flow out if you cover the hole with paper.


bwáhan

Cebuano

see lansúnis.


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