List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 25

bakíta

Cebuano

n. plunger of a child’s toy as, for example, of a popgun.



bakíya

Cebuano

n. young female carabao or cow ready to reproduce.


baklà

Cebuano

a. homosexual; v. be a homosexual. Ug makig-uban-úban kag mga baklà, mabaklà sad ka, If you pal around with fairies, you’ll become one, too. paN- v. engage in male prostitution.


bakla

Cebuano

homosexual


homosexual


baklag

Cebuano

a. having a putrid odor of rotten food or decayed flesh; v. become putrid. Nabaklag na lang ang ilagà wà gayud níla ilubung, They did not bury the rat even though it has become putrid.


baklag

Cebuano

decay


baklag

Cebuano

rot


baklagon

Cebuano

adj. fetid


baklarit

Cebuano

n. stew made from dog’s meat, spices, and vegetables; v. make, obtain dog stew. Baklaritun ta nang inyung irù, Let’s butcher your dog and make him into stew.


baklaw

Cebuano

n. bracelet; v. wear, make into, get a bracelet.


baklay

Cebuano

hike


baklay

Cebuano

v. go on foot. Bakláyun ta lang ang piyir, Let’s just walk to the pier.


baklay

Cebuano

walk


v. bend one’s body far backward. Mubaklíad gánì ang bátà hayan mahúlug, If the baby bends too far back, it is likely to fall. Ibaklíad (bakliára) ug maáyu ang ímung láwas, Bend your body far back.


baklid

Cebuano

v. pin someone’s hand behind his back. Siyay mibaklid sa ákung kamut samtang gikuláta ku sa íyang mga kaúban, He pinned my arms behind me while his companions pummelled me. panghiN-, paniN- see -in-, v 1. -in- a. folded behind the back. Milakaw siya binaklid ang íyang mga kamut, He walked away with his hands folded behind his back; v. 1. fold one’s hands behind one’s back. Mibinaklid (nanghimaklid, nanimaklid) siyang nagpasupásu sa hawanan, He paced the courtyard with his hands folded behind his back; 2. see baklid.


baknal

Cebuano

a. 1. too big for the thing it was put in. Baknal kaáyu ang pistúla sa háwak, There is no room for the pistol in the waist; 2. be too big for the situation. Baknal ang kaniyun nga gigámit didtu sa Bitnam, The cannons they use in Viet Nam are too big for the job they have to do; v. 1. bulge out, make something bulge out. Unsa man nang nagbaknal sa ímung bulsa? What is making your pocket bulge? 2. put something which juts up on a road to block it or cause passers-by to stumble. Átung baknálan ang agiánan ug dakung batu, We’ll block the road with a huge stone; 3. consider something too big; n. something bulging or which prevents easy passage. -an see bakal, a2.


baknit

Cebuano

n. kind of wild, thorny vine with yellowish, inedible berries. ka-an n. thicket; v. become a thicket. Nakabaknitan ang uma nga gibyáan, Our abandoned farm grew into a thicket.


bako

Cebuano

bend


bako kurkubawo

Cebuano

curve


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