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bingkitbíngkitn Siamese twin. Refers to babies, fruits and vegetables born physically attached to each other in some way
binhebínhèn seed. Refers specifically to seeds of vegetables or fruits reserved for plantingMay baligya kami na binhe san mga utanon.We have-some seeds of vegetables for-sale.binhìánv [c14] -AN pat. use as seedAn iba iyo binhian kag itanom sa inarado na duta.The rest you use-as-seed and plant in plowed ground.
binhigbínhign stomach ache, abdominal pain, ailment
binhodbínhodn numbnessAn binhod san iya tiil amo an dahilan na wara siya kadalagan dayon.The numbness of his feet was the reason he did not run immediately.mabínhodadj numbMabinhod an akon bitiis.My leg is numb.
binlodbínlodn rice particlesAn hali sa Bulan na bugas damo sin binlod.The polished-rice which comes-from Bulan has-a lot of rice-particles.binludónadj full of rice particlesAn iyo bugas binludon.Your polished-rice is full-of-rice-particles.
binobínoSpn wine. Refers specifically to wine manufactured commerciallyDili siya mahilig sa bino.He is not fond of wine.
binsolbinsólCebadj stinger spine. Refers specifically to a stinger spine of a sting ray fish
binta1bíntaSpn 1profitPira an imo binta?How-much is your profit?cfkita1 synganansiyagain, profit2advantage. Refers to an advantage in a game or contestcfbintaha
binta2bíntaSp; Spn sale, cash receiptsNag-uli sinda sa inda balay na wara sin binta.They returned home to their house without any sales.kómpra de bíntadeed of saleHain an kopya san imo kompra de binta?Where is the copy of your deed-of-sale?
bintahabintáhaSpv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagbintáhav take advantageNagbintaha siya sa iya katabang.He took-advantage of his helper.pamintáhav MAG- act. take advantagemagpamintáhav take advantage of others, gain advantage. Refers to taking advantage of others as a habit of lifebintahásoadj opportunist, speculator, entrepreneurSi Edgar bintahaso.Edgar is an opportunist.Variantbintahoso
bintahosoadj Variantbintaha opportunist
bintanabintánaSpn windowAbrihi an iyo mga bintana.Open your windows.
bintebínteSpadj twentyIgwa ako sin binte pisos didi.I have twenty pesos here.Variantbáynte
bintolbíntoln crab trap, lobster trapPirme may dakop an akon bintol.My crab-trap always has a catch.
birEngn beerAn maisog na irimnon, bino kag bir, makahubog.The strong drinks, wine and beer, can-make-one-drunk.synsirbisa1beer
birandabirándaSpn veranda, porchmagbirándav [c2] MAG- act. make a veranda, make a porch
birangkatbirángkatv [c2] MAG- actmagbirángkatv straddle, place feet apart, spread feet apartNagabirangkat siya.He is-standing-with-legs-apart.synbika straddle
birdebírdeSpadj greenAn iya bado birde.Her dress is green.
birdugobirdúgoSpn executioner, hangman
biri-biribiri-bíriEngn beriberi. Refers to the illness caused by lack of vitamin C
birikbírikadj askew, out of line, awry, crookedAn imo ingkudan birik.Your seat is askew.biríkonv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. be turnedBirikon mo an imo ingkudan.Turn your seat.
birikisbiríkisv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patmagbiríkisv twist, twirl, rotate. Refers to twisting something such as an arm or leg
birindonbiríndonCebn caretakerSiya an amon birindon san amon babuyan.He is our caretaker of our piggery.cfbilin leftoverbaya left over
birsikulobirsíkuloSpn verse. Refers to a numbered section of a passage in religious literature, or a passage of a poemMay namimorya ka ba na birsikulo sa Bibliya?Do you have a memorized verse from the Bible?
birtodbirtódBkln charm, magical power. Refers to an ability to perform extraordinary featscfanting-antingcharmbugnamascothapin amuletsangodamulet