Meaning of bayang

bayang

Cebuano

v. go, put something where it is exposed to view or to the elements. Mibayang na siya sa íyang baráha, He has already spread his cards open for everyone to see. Nagbayang sa ulan ang mga bátà, The children were exposed to the rain. Gibayang sa lamísa ang inasal, The roasted pig was placed on the table where everyone could see it. Mabayang sa katilingban ang pulitiku, A politician’s life is exposed to public view. Pagtárug lingkud. Ayaw pagpabayang, Sit properly. Don’t expose yourself to public view. (←) v. set food on the table. Gibayángan (gibáyang) na ang lamísa, The table has been set.



bayang

Cebuano

n. kind of marine fish, wide as it is tall.


báyang

Cebuano

n. the flag-raising ceremony (so called from the Tagalog words of the Philippine national anthem: Báyang Magíliw ‘Beloved Country’.) v. hold the flag-raising ceremony.