List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 22

bakalaw

Cebuano

n. god



bakáling

Cebuano

n. kind of ring-like contrivance used to steady round-bottomed pots when put s.w; v. make into a steadying ring. Bakalíngun nímu ang sáku arun katungtúngan sa kúlun, We’ll fix this sack so that you can put the round-bottomed pot on it.


bakan

Cebuano

n. kind of fish. bakanbákan n. kind of goatfish.


bákan

Cebuano

n. kind of tree important for driving away the unglù: Litsea sp.


bakanan

Cebuano

see balakanan.


bakang

Cebuano

a. 1. bowlegged; 2. deprecatory term for the Japanese; v. become bowlegged. Mabakang (mubakang) ang bátà kun punáyan ug tambid, A child becomes bowlegged if he is always carried astride. (←) v. get tired out from looking for something Diin ka ba nga nabákang man kug pinangítà nímu? Where have you been? I’ve gotten so tired (lit. become bowlegged) looking for you.


bakante

Cebuano

adj. vacant


bakante

Cebuano

empty


bakanti

Cebuano

n. 1. vacancy. Wà na mi manáwat ug bag-ung kawáni kay way bakanti, We’re not accepting new employees because there’s no vacancy; 2. vacant place. Nangítà mig bakanting lingkuránan, We were looking for a vacant seat; 3. piece of land left to lie fallow; v. 1. for a vacancy to open up, leave something vacant. Magubà ang balay nga bakantíhag dúgay, A house that is left vacant for a long time will go to pieces; 2. for a piece of land to lie fallow.


bákas

Cebuano

n. one who contributes capital to a venture. Ang ákung bákas dakug gipuhúnan sa ámung nigusyu, My partner has chipped in a sizeable capital to our partnership; v. be partners. Dílì na sila magkumpitinsiya. Bakásun níla ang ílang nigusyu, They will join their businesses in a partnership. Kanang ímu usa ka líbu ibákas na lang sa átung puhúnan, Add your one thousand to our capital. ka- see bákas, n.


bakas ng daliri

Cebuano

fingerprint


bakasi

Cebuano

see balakasi.


bakasiyun

Cebuano

n. vacation; v. take, spend vacation. Adtu ku sa Hungkung bakasiyun, I will spend my vacation in H. K. -ista n. one who is taking a vacation. Ang Bagyu nagsugwak sa mga bakasyunista, Baguio is crowded with vacationers.


bakasyon

Cebuano

n. furlough


bakasyon

Cebuano

n. vacation


bakat

Cebuano

n. kind of hamper, a woven container about 2′ high with a top. -in- kind of large, round, smooth tomato.


bakatin

Cebuano

n. wild pig.


bakatya

Cebuano

v. 1. subject someone to hard, severe treatment. Kusug mubakatyag súgù nang agalúna, That master drives (his servants) to work very hard. Gibakatya siyag bukbuk sa mga buguy, He was severely mauled by the roughnecks; 2. discipline someone wild, unruly. Mabuútan ang irù ug dúnay makabakatya íni, A dog will become meek if someone disciplines it.


bakawan

Cebuano

see bakhaw.


bákay

Cebuano

v. 1. move the line from which one starts, shoots, puts, etc. in a game. Mubákay siya kay ang íyang dyúlin simpig man sa bungbung, He moved his shooting line because his marble was right against the wall. Ibákay lang níya ang búla sa gulp kay natambug man sa línaw, He will just move his golf ball because it landed in a pond; 2. move, move something from its place. Mibákay siya dihang dihay miági, He moved to make room when someone passed by. Layù silag gibakáyan ug puyù, The place they have moved to now is far away.


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