List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 76

báraw

Cebuano

see balaraw.



báraw

Cebuano

v. 1. for fighting cocks to hit each other with their gaffs while in the air.


baraw, báraw

Cebuano

v. interrupt the tossing of the coin in gambling to annul that particular toss. Baráwa nang antugun kun suspitsádu ka sa inantugan, Interrupt the toss if you are suspicious about the way the coins are being tossed. (→) expression used to squelch a friendly request for something ‘Daúgan ka man. Paliti kug sapátus, ha?’—‘Baraw. Píla ra guy daug.’ ‘You won in gambling. How about buying me a pair of shoes?’—‘Just hold your horses there. That much I didn’t win.’


barawan

Cebuano

n. kind of large squid (núkus).


baraybaray

Cebuano

v. 1. pile something up. Baraybaraya ang mga kahun simpig sa bungbung, Pile the boxes against the wall; 2. fall, put in line. Mibaraybaray sila atubángan sa maistru, They lined up before the teacher.


barbahan

Cebuano

n. wooden container for coconut palm toddy in the shape of a rectangle 3′ by 4′.


barbaro

Cebuano

barbarian


barbas

Cebuano

razor


barbas

Cebuano

see balbas.


barbas

Cebuano

shave


barbas

Cebuano

v. wash infected skin with boiled leaves of medicinal herbs. Mu rag nagamay ang kabahung nga nabarbasan, The ulcer seemed to get smaller after it was cleaned and washed; n. the water and boiled leaves of medicinal herbs used in washing sores, ulcers, and other skin diseases.


barbekyo

Cebuano

barbecue


barbero

Cebuano

barber


barbikiyu

Cebuano

n. food barbecued on a stick; v. barbecue something.


barbil

Cebuano

n. bar bell; v. exercise with a, make into a bar bell. -ádu, -áwu a. having a well-developed physique of the sort that results from exercising with a bar bell; v. become well-built.


barbir

Cebuano

n. barber. — siyap see barbiríya. -íya n. barbershop.


barbíru

Cebuano

n. barber; v. become, make into a barber. barbiruhan n. barbershop.


barbityurits

Cebuano

n. barbiturates.


barbula

Cebuano

n. valve in a pipe or tire.


barbun

Cebuano

v. go to a banquet only for the sake of eating. Mamarbun si Isku sa bunyag sa anak ni Uduy, Isko will certainly be there for the food when Odoy’s son is baptized; n. act of attending a banquet for eating alone. Kung pamarbun na gánì ang hisgútan way katupung ni Alù, Talking of going to parties just for the food, no one can beat Alo. -íru a. attending banquets for the sake of food alone.


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