List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 51

báluk

Cebuano

n. 1. layer of fluffy fibrous material that sticks to the lower end of the palm frond, used as a compress for open wounds or tinder; 2. tinder consisting of this material and charred coconut husks; v. put báluk on something.



balúkag

Cebuano

n. 1. bristle from plants or animals. Balúkag sa bábuy, Pig’s bristle; 2. pubic hair (vulgar). 3. corncobs.


balukanad

Cebuano

n. kind of forest tree.


balúkat

Cebuano

v. 1. see lúkat, v; 2. dig into one’s past. Dílì ku gustung mubalúkat (mamalúkat) sa ímung mapait nga kagahápun, I do not like to dig into your bitter past.


balukbáluk

Cebuano

n. kind of shade tree of the seashore.


balukbuk

Cebuano

n. 1. finishing touches. Balukbuk na lang ning átù kay human na ang trabáhu, All we have to do is the finishing touches because the work is done; 2. seasoning for foods. Mulamì ang sud-an bísan way balukbuk kun maáyu kang mulútù, Food tastes good even without seasoning if you are a good cook; v. 1. do finishing touches; 2. add a little to something to enrich it or season it. Balukbúkan tag balas ang simintu kay húmuk da, Let’s add sand to the cement because it’s too watery.


balukbuk

Cebuano

n. 1. kind of weevil that bores in grains, like corn; 2. kind of worm that bores into root crops; v. be infested with these insects. -un of a type infested with these insects; v. become infested with balukbuk.


balukbuk

Cebuano

v. 1. pound something into very fine particles or powder. Bukbúkun ku ning bugas nga iamirul, I’ll pound the rice for starch; 2. maul, rain blows on someone Hibukbukan siya sa mamarigla, The hoodlums mauled him.


balukbuk

Cebuano

v. dig up the soil around the lower portions of a small plant. Bukbúki ang rúsas, Dig up the soil around the roses; n. soil dug up around a plant.


baluktut

Cebuano

a. hunchbacked; v. 1. make, become hunchbacked; 2. be overly burdened. Nabuktut akug pinangítà ug inyu rang inúmun, I have been staggering under the burden of earning money, and all you do is drink it up.


balúkun

Cebuano

see bakúkun.


balúkut

Cebuano

v. 1. wrap up in a blanket, mat, or the like. Nagbúkut kug hábul kay tugnaw, I wrapped myself in a blanket because it was cold. Balukúti ug bakbak ang bátà, Wrap the child in a diaper; 2. for darkness, silence, and the like to surround or cover one entirely. Gibukútan sa kahílum ang sam-ang, The cemetery was enveloped in silence.


balúlang

Cebuano

(not without l) n. breed of fighting cock which runs away when wounded; a. one who quits when hurt. Balúlang nang baksidúra kay muundang ug masámad, That boxer is chicken because he quits when he is hurt. mistísu — ugly person of mixed blood.


balun

Cebuano

(not without l) n. 1. balloon; 2. wide bicycle tire of American type bicycles. — tayir see balun, 2.


bálun

Cebuano

n. food, money to take along on a trip. Ma, ambi na ang bálun, bi, Mom, can I have my spending money for school? v. 1. take along food or money. Mubálun ku sa trabáhu, I bring my lunch to work; 2. harbor emotions. Balúnun ku sa lubngánan ang átung gugma, I’ll carry our love to the grave. pa- v. 1. give something to someone to take along; 2. give something in addition to something else which was already sufficient. Humag sagpà gipabalúnan pag kasábà, Not only was he slapped, he was administered a sound scolding as well; n. 1. thing given to someone who leaves, or to a retiring employee. Ang pabálun sa tigúlang bayinti mil písus, The old man was given twenty thousand pesos as retirement pay; 2. prayer said for the soul of the dead on the night of the day of burial; 3. food brought by the Chinese to the cemetery at funerals or on special days for the use of the departed soul. balunbálun see pa-an. -anan(→), -anan n. lunch box, picnic basket. r-an, pa-an, -anan(→) n. 1. sides of the monkey’s mouth where food to be chewed later is stored, crop of fowls; 2. stomach (slang). balunbalúnan n. Adam’s apple.


balun

Cebuano

n. pad of paper.


balunábid

Cebuano

n. kind of dwarf herring: Dussumieri sp.


balúnas

Cebuano

v. clean something by flushing water on it and scrubbing it. Ákung gibalunásan ang banig nga giihían, I washed the mat that the child wet.


balunbalúnan

Cebuano

see bálun.


balungag

Cebuano

n. hunk of something paN- v. mouth a large hunk of food. À! Ipamungag man lang nímu ang karni! My! You sure eat your meat in large hunks.


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