v. 1. draw a line, for a line to show itself. Mibadlis sa íyang agtang ang dagkung ugat, His forehead was prominently lined with veins. Mibadlis sa íyang nawung ang kahadluk, Fear was written all over his face. Kinsay nagbadlis sa átung bungbung? Who drew a line on our wall? 1a. cross out the mark made by a bettor in cockfighting as an indication that the bet is taken on. Misulud aku sa galyíra ug gibadlísan ku ang naglugrug tris-idus, I went into the arena and I took on the bet of three to two; 2. set limits to a person’s behavior. Badlísan ku ning tawhána kay nagdahan ang batásan, I will put a stop to this guy because he’s getting worse and worse; n. 1. lines in the skin; 1a. — sa pálad, kinabúhì n. fate. Mau tingáli giyuy badlis sa íyang pálad nga maminyù siyag kriminal, Perhaps it was her fate to marry a criminal; 2. line drawn; 3. Ash Wednesday. — Myirkulis, ting- see badlis, 3. -an a. 1. having lines; 2. name given to kind of danggit and sapsap that have light vertical lines on the upper sides.
n. name given to various kind of crevalles and pompanos: Caranx compressus, stellates; Gnathanodon speciosus, etc.
v. tell someone to stop doing something, admonish. Ang kanáway mubadlung sa tímug, The west wind makes the east wind stop blowing. Badlúngun nímu ang himabáyi nímung bána, You should admonish your husband because he chases after women; n. admonishment not to do something pa- v. 1. allow someone to admonish one. Dì giyud nà siya pabadlung, He won’t obey (allow anyone to tell him to stop). 2. act in such a way as to cause admonishment. Nagpabadlung na pud ka, You’re making a nuisance of yourself again. -un(→) a. deserving to be told to stop, troublemaker. ma-un a. admonishing. Mabadlúngung tinan-awan, An admonishing look.
n. badminton; v. play badminton.
n. children’s word for genitalia.
n. kind of long sword made by Muslims.