v. 1. for something to happen after something else happened. Mibanus ang kaínit human muulan, The sun shone after the rain shower. Bansun gánì ang tímug, mukalma ang bagyu, The typhoon abates when the east wind lets up. 2. take over after someone Bansi ku dinhi sa kusína kay gikápuy ku, Take my place in the kitchen because I’m tired; 3. put on or wear something which belongs to someone else. Mamanus ku sa ímung tráhi kay wà kuy ikapatahì, I’ll wear your suit because I don’t have money to have one made. Maluag ang midiyas ug bansan (bansun) sa dakug tiil, The socks will loosen if someone with big feet wears them first. banusbánus v. 1. take turns in doing something Magbanusbánus tag dala sa baskit, Let’s take turns in carrying the basket. Banusbanúsi (banusbanúsa) ninyug pas-an ang kawáyan, Take turns in carrying the bamboo on your shoulders; 2. occur repeatedly one after the other. Magbanusbánus ang kalípay ug kasákit, Joys and sorrows follow one another repeatedly.