List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter B - Page 95

búngug

Hiligaynon

Mind, head, brain. (see bagô, bángog).



bungúl

Hiligaynon

A piece of bamboo, or the like, with the small end cut off.


bungúl

Hiligaynon

Deaf, hard of hearing, without hearing; to be or become deaf, lose one's hearing. Nagbungúl siá. He became deaf. He lost his hearing. Indì ka magpakabungúl. Don't pretend to be deaf. Don't act the deaf man. (see ongô).


bungúl

Hiligaynon

To cut off piece by piece, cut-in pieces,-in lengths. Bungulí sing mga pátdan ang tubó. Cut the sugar-cane in pieces for planting. (see púnggul).


búngyud

Hiligaynon

High ground, plateau; island. (see bántud, búngsod, bóklod, polô).


búni

Hiligaynon

A skin disease, tetter, ringworm. (see empéine).


búni, buní

Hiligaynon

To divulge, spread, make or become public, get abroad, etc. (see balahúbà, buyágyag, bantálà, lápta).


bunít

Hiligaynon

Angle, hook (fish); to angle, hook. Bunitá iníng haroán. Hook this mud-eel. Isdà nga nabunít (binunít). A fish that has been hooked (caught by hook). Ipamunít iníng ákon bunít. Go and fish with this fishing-line of mine. Pamunít-to fish with line and hook. Pamunití iníng línaw, kay madámù sing ísdà. Angle with line and hook in this quiet water, for there is plenty of fish in it. (see saláit).


búnlak

Hiligaynon

The stalk of plants that are composed of various layers like the banana-stalk. (see tinúb-an, úpas, ángkag).


búnlaw

Hiligaynon

A medicinal plant.


búnlaw

Hiligaynon

To rinse, lave, finish washing or bathing by the use of clean, fresh water. Bunlawí na lang ang bátà, kay nagakúrug na sa katúgnaw. Finish off bathing the child by pouring fresh, clean water over it, for it is trembling with cold. Nakapalígos na akó kag mamúnlaw na lang akó. I have taken a bath and now I am going to rinse myself with clean water. Ibúnlaw iníng túbig nga matínlò sa mga panápton nga linábhan. Use this clean water for rinsing the wash.


búnlot

Hiligaynon

To draw-, pull-, drag-, pluck-, lug-, out with some force, to extract, wrench-, tear-, out. Bunlotá ang búlbul sang manók. Pluck the chicken. Ginbúnlot níya ang dílà sang báboy, ang gamót sang káhoy, etc. He tore out the pig's tongue, the tree-root, etc. (see búgnot, húnus, hábnus, gábut).


bunô

Hiligaynon

To stab, prod, stick, pierce, with a sharp instrument. Bún-a siá. Stab him. Bún-i siá sa kílid. Stab him in the side. Ibunô ang bángkaw sa báboy. Use the lance to stick the pig with. Ang binunô kahápon natabangán sa madalî kag naluás na sa katalágman sang kamatáyon. The one who was stabbed yesterday was given assistance at once, and is now out of danger of death. (see labô-to smite, slash).


bunóan

Hiligaynon

The inclosure in a fish-trap (punút) where the fish are caught and killed, often by spearing them. (bunô).


búnok

Hiligaynon

Heavy, pouring, drenching rain; to rain heavily. Nagabúnok ang ulán. The rain is falling heavily. It is pouring. (see bagókbok, bókbok).


bunót

Hiligaynon

(H) The fibre of coconut husks used for making doormats, etc.; the net-like integument at the bottom of the leaves of some palms.


búnoy

Hiligaynon

Drunk, fuddled; to be or become fuddled, drunk. (see hubúg, lingín, balúng).


búntal

Hiligaynon

A kind of grass whose fibre is used for hat-making, etc. Kálò nga búntal. A hat made of the fibre of buntal-grass.


búntal

Hiligaynon

See búngkol. Buntalá-bungkolá.


buntalán

Hiligaynon

A place or side of a thing open to blows, thrusts, waves, etc. Ang buntalán sang subâ. The bank or side of a river where the current is swiftest. Ang buntalán sang sakayán. The side of a boat beaten against by the waves. The weather-side opposite the lee-side. (see búntal).


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