List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 35

balat-ang

Cebuano

n. the hips and pelvic region; v. have pains in the pelvic region. Balat-ángun siya ug magrigla, She has pains in the pelvic region when she menstruates. -un a. having prominent hips.



balatian

Cebuano

affliction


balatian

Cebuano

ailment


balatian

Cebuano

n. consciousness


balatian

Cebuano

n. emotion


balatian

Cebuano

n. feeling


balatian

Cebuano

n. sense


balatian

Cebuano

n. sickness


balatianon

Cebuano

adj. sickly


balátik

Cebuano

n. name of a constellation having three stars in a row.


balátik

Cebuano

n. trap consisting of a trip rope which releases a spear; v. 1. catch with, set a balátik. Hingbalatikan ang irù, The dog got speared in the trap; 2. set a balátik. Balatíkan nákù ag maisan, I will put a trap in the cornfield; 3. make a balátik.


balatong

Cebuano

bean


balátung

Cebuano

n. kind of string bean, reaching more than a foot and less than an inch around. The most commonly grown string bean: Vigna sesquipedialis. sintas — n. a variety longer than ordinary balátung. batungbatung n. kind of wild vine with a bean similar to the balátung, but inedible. -in-(→) n. kind of banana the fruit of which is light yellowish green, long and thin, eaten raw when ripe.


balatungol

Cebuano

coconut nut


balatwánun

Cebuano

n. kind of small sea fish: Gerres sp.


baláud

Cebuano

v. 1. issue an order. Gibalaúran kung Tátay sa dílì na pagtabakù, Father ordered me not to smoke; 2. give a warning. Gibalaúran tang may bagyung taliábut, We have been warned that there’s a typhoon coming; n. 1. (not without l) law, rules and regulations. Ayaw supáka ang baláud, Do not break the law; 2. warning. batakang — constitution. balauránan n. place where laws are passed. Ubus, ibabaw balauránan, Lower, upper house. mag-r-(→) n. lawmaker, -un(→), balaurun, balaudnun n. bill, future law.


balaúngun

Cebuano

see buluungun.


balaw

Cebuano

(not without l) n. 1. a resinous preparation used to caulk and waterproof a boat, obtained from the sap of the apítung and almasíga. 2. kind of timber tree, light species of trees called apítung. 3. reddish-brown color in feathers of fowls; v. waterproof a boat with balaw. Balawan nímu ang tibuuk kílid, Caulk the seams and put resin all over the sides.


bálaw

Cebuano

v. 1. get tired of doing something which takes a long time. Nabálaw kug pinaábut nímu, I got tired of waiting for you; 2. be satisfied to the point of not desiring any more, do as much as one wants to. Magbálaw akug bayli karung gabíi, I will dance to my heart’s content this evening. Nabálaw na kug kináug karni, I got tired of eating meat. ka-an, ka-un(→) n. ending up by being completely satiated. Walay kabaláwan ang íyang kagútum, There is no satisfying his hunger.


balawbaw

Cebuano

v. 1. put something over something else. Ang kík gibawbáwan ug aysing, The cake was topped with icing. Ibawbaw ang báhaw sa bag-ung kan-un, Put the leftover rice on top of the newly-cooked rice; 2. skim off the topmost portion of something Bawbáwun ku ang ispúma sa sabaw, I’ll skim off the foam from the soup.


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