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bagatbágatv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; I- ben; -AN locmagbágatv meet together, accomplish together, do togetherNagbagat anay sinda sa inda paborito na lugar.They first met-together at their favorite place.synbakas mabágatv meetsynsugat meet
bagay1bágayn 1thingAyaw pagbaton sin maski nano na bagay hali sa iya.Do not accept any-kind-of thing from him.2matterNano kay ginbanggit mo ina na bagay kan Jake?Why did you mention that matter to Jake?
bagay2bágayadj 1suitable, appropriateAn iya bado bagay sa iya.Her dress is suitable for her.synangayansuitable, fitting2attuned, in tuneAn gitara bagay na.The guitar is in-tune now.makibágayv [c2] MAKI- act. get along with people, have good interpersonal relations, be congenialMaayo makigbagay sinda sa inda kapareho.They get-along well with their same-kind.
bagaybaybagaybáyBkln corn tassel, corn silk
baglabáglaadj lewdpagbináglan lewdness, lasciviousness, filthiness, vileness, profanity, uncouthnesssynpagbinastoslewdnessVariantpagbinagralewdness
bagnosbágnosv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal ; I- accmagbágnosv rub something vigorously. Refers to rubbing something against something elsecfhagod hapros banyos lugod2 scrub brushsynhaplos bag-id nusnos ibágnosv rub something against somethingGinbagnos san baboy an iya kilid sa bato.The pig rubbed his side against-the stone.bagnúsann rubbing placeAn bagnusan san baboy amo an harigi.The house-post is the rubbing-post of-the pig.
bagsakbagsákv [c9] MAG- act; I- patmagbagsákv fall heavilyibagsákv knock down hardmabagsákv 1fall, collapseNabagsak an balay sa kusog na hangin.The house collapsed in-the strong wind.2failNabagsak sa klasi an akon manghod.My younger-sibling failed in class.
bagsikbagsíkBkladj MA-mabagsíkadj active, lively, swift, strongMabagsik an mga bata.The children are active.Mabagsik an irimnon na bino.The wine drink is strong.cfalisto magbagsíkv [c2] MAG- act. become swift, be active
bagtasbagtásv [c2] MAG- actmagbagtásv cross barefoot. As to cut across a field or to cross a stream
bagtikbágtikCebadj MA-solidified, hardened, coagulated
bagtingn ringing of bells
baguongbagùóngn fish paste. Refers to edible fish paste made of salty decomposed anchovies and shrimp which are the sediment left from making patis, the salty fish oilNagasubak siya san baguong.She is-flavoring-something with-the fish-paste.
bagyobágyon storm, tempest, gale, hurricane. Refers to the typhoons which lash Masbate during the rainy seasonNalunod na an barko tungod sa kakusog san bagyo.The ship was-swamped because-of the strength of-the typhoon.magbagyóv [c3] MAG- exp; -AN loc. storm, blow fiercelyNiyan, myintras nagabiyahe sinda, nagbagyo.Now, while they were-traveling, the-storm-blew-fiercely.mabagyóadj stormy, tempestuous, rainy, blustery, squally
bahabahân flood, delugemagbahâv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON pat. flood something, inundate, submerge, swamp, saturatebahàónv be flooded, be deluged, be inundatedGinbaha na an amon balay sana na bagyo.Our house was-flooded then by-that typhoon.
bahagbahágn loin cloth, G-string
bahalbahálCebn coconut juice wine, palm toddy. Refers to aged wine made from the juice of coconut flower budssyntuba1 coconut wine
bahalabahálàTagn one responsible forKamo na la an bahala.Now you-all just be-the-ones responsible-for-it.magbahálàv [c2] MAG- act. take responsibility, take chargemagpamahálàv manage, supervise, directnagapamahálàn manager, overseer, master of ceremoniesDarhi sani an nagapamahala sani na ponsya.Take this to-the master-of-ceremonies of-this feast.bahálà naadj responsibleBahala na kamo sa iyo sadiri.You are responsible for yourselves.
bahawbáhawn leftover food, leftoverDamo na bahaw an bilin namon sa inda balay.We left a lot of leftover-food at their house.
bahinbahínn share, lootNauli sinda na pakakuha san bahin ninda.They returned-home taking their shares.makibáhinv [c8] share with othersNakibahin pa ako sa mga bagay ko.In-addition I shared-(with-them) of my things.bahínanv MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. share with, divide withBahini man ako san imo pahumot.Please share your perfume with me.bahínonv divide somethingGinbabahin ninda an pagkaon sin pareho sa inda tanan.They were-dividing the food equally among them all.
bahobáhòadj stench, stink, reekMaski may kinaiya na baho bantog na prutas an durian.Even-though it-has-a peculiar stench the durian is a famous fruit.synhangot body odorhungaw odormabáhòunpleasant smellingMabaho na nana an nagailig sa talinga.Unpleasant-smelling pus is what flows-from the ear.mabahu-báhòfoul smelling, stinks terribly
bahogbahógBkln animal feed. Refers to feed for domesticated animalsmagbahógv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc. feed animalsibahógv be fed to animalsIbabahog an lawas mo sa mga hayop.Your body will-be-fed to-the animals.bahugánv feed someonebahúgann feeding trough
bahurabahúrav [c2] MA- expmabahúrav crash, bumpNakaturog an timonil kaya nabahura an barko.The steersman had-fallen-asleep so-as-a-result the ship crashed.synbangga crashbunggo
baidbâidCebv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- accmagbâidv sharpen something, hone, whet. Refers to sharpening a knife or bolo by rubbing it against a stone or piece of metal barbàídanv make someone a sharpening stone. This is an insultbàidánn whetstone
baka1bákaSpn cow, heiferNagbakal kami sin linuto na karning baka.We bought some cooked beef (cow meat).
baka2bakâadj bowleggedmagbakâv [c2] MAG- act. walk bowlegged. Means to walk with legs apart, perhaps due to a boil on the inside of the thigh