List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 88

bata pa

Cebuano

n. minor



bata pa

Cebuano

young


bata sa kaligo

Cebuano

n. robe


bata sa tiyan

Cebuano

fetus


bata-bata

Cebuano

n. protege


Bataan

Cebuano

n. Bataan, a province in Southwestern Luzon. — dí n. Bataan Day.


batad

Cebuano

n. sorghum, kind of coarse grass used for forage: Andropogon sorghum.


batadbátad

Cebuano

n. the space between the anus and the genitalia.


bátak

Cebuano

v. 1. split something long or break something open; be split, broken open. Nagbátak siyag kawáyan, He is splitting bamboo. Ayaw batáka ang nangkà kay hilaw pa, Don’t split the jackfruit open because it is still unripe. Palakul ang ibátak sa káhuy, Split the wood lengthwise with an axe; 2. pay off debts by splitting coconuts or bamboo. (→) a. cracked, broken. Batak ang dakung kaldíru, The large kettle is cracked. -an(→) n. board where something is sliced, esp. in circumcisions. l-an(→) n. 1. clumps of bamboo from which bamboo stems are usually taken; 2. debt to be paid off by splitting bamboo or coconuts open.


n. Constitution


batakan

Cebuano

gauge


batakan

Cebuano

mode


batakan

Cebuano

n. 1. measuring stick, ruler; 2. principle by which judgment of something is gauged. Ang púlung sa Diyus mauy batakan sa kinabúhì, Our lives are based on the word of God. — nga baláud n. basic law, the Constitution.


batakan

Cebuano

n. principle


batakan-balaod

Cebuano

n. constitution


batakbatak

Cebuano

n. 1. kind of frog that croaks very loudly; 2. loquacious person.


batal

Cebuano

n. hardened part on an otherwise soft or medium-soft surface. Dúnay batal sa abukádu, There was a hard spot in the avocado. Dúnay batal sa kutsun, There was a hard lump in the mattress. Mga batal sa samad, Clots of blood in the wound; v. 1. be something hard in an otherwise soft area. Mibatal ang pistúla sa íyang bulsa, One could feel a hard place in his pocket where his pistol was; 2. be, become brazen. Mibatal (nabatal) na ning náwung kug síging pangútang, I have become shameless from constantly borrowing money. — ang náwung a. shameless, hardened to insults. pa- v. stay put, refuse to move or budge from a position. Nagpabatal lang siya sa íyang gilingkúran bísag gipasíbug, He did not budge from his seat even when he was asked to move a little. -an n. flat floor of wood or stone raised above the ground found at the back of the kitchen, used for storing water jars, and washing. It usually has steps going down; v. make, add a batalan.


bataliyun

Cebuano

see batalyun.


batalya

Cebuano

n. 1. battle; 1a. fight (humorous usage). 2. soldiers arrayed for battle; 3. any large group of persons going s.w. or grouped together; v. have a fight, conflict, or battle. Kasayu ninyung nagbatalya ganína, How early you were at it this morning! -dur(→) a. one who fights for principles, causes, etc. Batalyadur kaáyu nang bayhána, That woman is a great fighter.


batalyun

Cebuano

n. battalion; v. make into a battalion.


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