List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 6

badútu

Cebuano

see barútu.



badyang

Cebuano

creek location


badyang

Cebuano

n. kind of tuberous plant with arrow-shaped leaves reaching 4′ and more. Edible but itchy root, grown as ornamental and wild: Alocasia macrorrhiza.


badyang

Cebuano

see báyang.


badyángun

Cebuano

n. kind of fish, a small bulgan.


badyet

Cebuano

budget


badyi

Cebuano

see bayi.


badyibadyi

Cebuano

see bayingbaying.


badyikdyik

Cebuano

a. for a girl to be sexy (slang). Badyikdyik kaáyu, She’s very sexy; n. someone’s mistress; v. 1. become sexy; 2. make into one’s mistress. -an a. keeping a woman. Badyikdyíkan siya kay kwartáhan, He keeps a woman because he’s got lots of dough.


badyit

Cebuano

n. budget. Ang badyit sa Pilipínas mikábat nag duha ka bilyun, The budget of the Philippines has reached two billion; v. budget, allocate money. Kamau ka bang mubadyit sa ímung kítà? Do you know how to budget your income?


badyit

Cebuano

see kadlit.


badyù

Cebuano

a. for sweet potatoes to have a rotten, sour taste. Badyù ang lamì sa kamúti nga giúlud, Sweet potatoes that are infested with worms taste rotten; v. get infested with rot. Gibadyù ang tanan nílang mga kamúti, Their sweet potatoes are all infested with rot. -un a. of a rotten and sour quality.


badyung

Cebuano

n. prolonged humming, droning, buzzing sound; v. 1. make a droning sound. Magdalì ta kay mibadyung nang ayruplánu, Let’s hurry because the airplane has started to drone; 2. strike close to something so as to cause a whizzing sound without actually hitting it. Badyúngan ku sa ákung kúmù ang ímung nawung, I’ll make your face feel the whizzing sound of my fists.


bág

Cebuano

n. 1. bag, pocketbook; 2. kitty in a mahjong game; 3. see indibág; v. have, obtain a bag. Babáying nagbág ug putì, A lady with a white bag.


bag

Cebuano

recent


bag

Cebuano

word used in writing to indicate the sound of a blow.


bag-ang

Cebuano

n. molars. Mikágut ang íyang bag-ang sa labihang kalágut, He gritted his teeth in extreme anger; v. 1. hit in the molars; 2. be hit by the truth of a statement that hurts. Nabag-ang siya sa ákung sulti kay hingmatud-an, My words hit him in a vital spot because they happened to be true. -an a. 1. having molars; 2. be completely outstanding because of some possessions. Siya mauy bag-ángang dátù sa ámù, He is well-known for his wealth in our town; v. become rich, powerful.


bag-ángan

Cebuano

n. 1. spotted eagle ray: Aetobatus narinari; 2. kind of red and black porgy: Lethrinius rhodopterus.


bag-as

Cebuano

v. 1. for animal tissue to decay and dry up. Ug mabag-as, dílì na bahù, Once it has decayed and dried, it doesn’t smell; 2. for tough guys to die (slang). Nabag-as na ang matun, The tough guy kicked off.


bag-aw

Cebuano

v. be kept waiting. Nabag-aw man lang kug pinaábut nímu, You kept me waiting for a long time.


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