List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 28

bakunáwa

Cebuano

n. a monster that is said to swallow the sun or moon during an eclipse. The bakunáwa is said to be disturbed by noise and will release the sun or moon if noise is made.



bákung

Cebuano

n. kind of common rice with white grains of average length.


bákung

Cebuano

see pagiyun.


bakúngan

Cebuano

n. kind of sea cucumber (balat).


bakúngun

Cebuano

n. kind of talisáyun-colored cock with dark green feathers interspersed with yellow feathers on the wings, sides, and breast.


bakus

Cebuano

n. 1. belt; 2. champion’s title in sports like boxing. Upat ka túig níyang kuput sa bakus pagkakampiyun, He held the championship title for four years. — sa amù n. a belt believed to be worn by female monkeys during pregnancy and shed after delivery. A woman who happens to find it should wear it during pregnancy to give her an easy delivery. hugut sa — v. take measures to meet a difficult situation, tighten the belt in the face of financial difficulties. Hugtun (ihugut) nátù ang átung bakus, kay naapikihan ta sa kwarta, Let’s tighten our belts because we’re short of money; v. 1. wear a belt; 2. tie around the waist. Gibakus níya sa háwak ang íyang bálun, He tied his provisions around his waist; 3. whip with a belt. Baksun ka gayud ni Tátay, Father will surely whip you with a belt. baksan n. kind of python with bands.


bakus

Cebuano

n. belt


bàkus

Cebuano

n. small rope used to prevent a yoke from slipping. It is tied to both ends of the yoke and runs under the neck.


bakus

Cebuano

n. strap


bakus

Cebuano

sash


bakus

Cebuano

waistband


bakus sa hawak

Cebuano

n. girdle


bákut

Cebuano

see gipakaingun (dialectal). see ingun.


bakutut

Cebuano

v. 1. stagger under a load that is too heavy. Makabakutut (makapabakutut) man sad ang kabug-at niíning baskíta, The weight of this basket can make one stagger; 2. stagger under the burden of debts.


bakwi

Cebuano

recant


bakwi

Cebuano

retract


bakwì

Cebuano

v. take back what one said. Bakwía ang ímung gisulti, Take back what you said; n. retraction. Ang bakwì ni Risal mahitungud sa tinuhúan, Rizal’s retraction of what he said about religion.


bakwia

Cebuano

take back


bakwit

Cebuano

v. flee s.w. in war time. Didtu mi mubakwit sa búkid, We evacuated to the mountains; n. war refugee. Napunù sa bakwit ang kampu, The camp is full of war refugees.


bakyà

Cebuano

a. appealing to the bakyà crowd (the proletariat). Bakyà kaáyung salidáha, A movie very appealing to the proletariat; v. get to be appealing to the proletariat. — krawud n. proletariat (those wearing bakyà).


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