List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 30

balaanon

Cebuano

adj. saintly



n. piety


baláat

Cebuano

v. tie something around something Baátun ta ning sugnud, Let’s bundle the firewood. Baáti íyang bàbà arun dì kasyágit, Gag her mouth so she can’t shout; n. something tied around something.


balabag

Cebuano

hindrance


balabag

Cebuano

n. impediment


balabag

Cebuano

n. obstacle


balabag

Cebuano

obstruction


balabag

Cebuano

rail


balábag

Cebuano

v. ; c1] 1. lie across a path. Balabágun (ibábag) nátù pagbutang ang káhuy, Let’s put the tree across the road. Gibabágan ang agiánan sa mga batu, The path was blocked by rocks; 2. block someone’s way. Ikaw ray nakabábag sa ákung kalípay, You are the only one who stands in the way of my happiness; 3. for a fetus to be in a transverse position. Naglísud siya pag-anak kay nagbalábag (nagbalabag) ang bátà, She had a hard labor because the child was in a transverse position; n. 1. a piece of wood or metal which lies across something Ang balabag mauy naglambing sa duha ka kasku, The crossbeam holds the two hulls of the boat together; 2. cross (not without l in this meaning). Gilansang si Hisus sa balábag, Jesus was nailed to a cross; 3. something which bars the way. Dílì balábag sa hangtúray nílang panaghigála, It is not a bar to their eternal friendship. (→) n. see balábag, n. -an(→) n. fishes with a transverse line, e.g., kind of snappers.


balabála

Cebuano

n. a children’s game played by hitting a ball one tosses himself with a stick. If another player catches the ball, he comes up to bat; v. play this game.


balad-un

Cebuano

see balà.


baladaw

Cebuano

see balaraw.


baladbad

Cebuano

see badbad.


baládin

Cebuano

(not without l) n. wooden container for palm toddy in the shape of a tapered cylinder; v. make a wooden container for palm toddy.


bálag

Cebuano

v. 1. find something by running across. Nakabalag silag mga ismaglir sa lawud, They ran into some smugglers on the high seas; 2. go meet someone Balága siya didtu sa piyir, Go meet him at the pier. balagbalag v. go around everywhere looking for someone or something Nagbagbág ang inahan ug pangítag kwarta, The mother went around everywhere looking for money. hi- v. encounter, meet someone Nahibálag ku na gayud siya, At last I found him. Maghibálag ra gayud ta, We will certainly meet.


balag-ung

Cebuano

n. animal trap that clasps, snares, or encloses the animal; v. 1. catch with, set a balag-ung. Ákung gibalag-úngan ang sawa, piru wà mabalag-ung, I set a trap for the snake, but I did not catch it. 2. entrap someone into doing something Bantay kay balag-úngun ka sa pagpatug-an, Watch out! You’ll be trapped into revealing it. 3. make something into a balag-ung.


balaghuy

Cebuano

a. lanky, ungracefully tall and thin; v. be lanky. Nagbalaghuy ang láwas sa tin-idyir, Teen-agers have lanky bodies.


balagon

Cebuano

n. vine


balagsang

Cebuano

a. for like things in a row to lack pieces, having pieces missing. Balagsang ang mais kay pagawpaw ang gitamnan, The ears of corn lacked grains because the land was infertile; v. for pieces in a row to fall out, come out having pieces missing. Kanang baratuhung klási sa sudlay dalì rang mamagsang, It doesn’t take long for the teeth to fall out of cheap combs. -un(→) a. characterized by having members missing.


balagtásan

Cebuano

(not without l) n. contest of reasoning between two men consisting of spoken dialogue in high-flown language; v. hold such a contest.


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