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bangkalbangkáln bangkal tree. Refers to a large tree whose roots are believed to have medicinal value, especially for womenAn gamot san bangkal nakapunit.The root of-the bangkal-tree can-cause-abortion.Nauclea orientalis
bangkatbángkatn large basket. Refers to a large woven basketAn tanan namon na plato nakasulod sa bangkat.All our-excl plates were-able-to-be-placed-inside the large-basket.
bangkawbángkawCebn spear. Refers to a spear for throwing in hunting or battle.Nagkadi ka para atuhan ako sin bangkaw.You have-come-here in-order to-fight me with a spear.magbángkawv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal. spear
bangkilbangkíln tusk, fang, prongbangkilánadj long tusked, long toothed
bangkitabangkítaTagn sidewalk, walkwayDili ginapatinda an mga binder sa bangkita.Vendors are-not-allowed to-be-selling-things on-the sidewalk.
bangkitobangkítoSpn small stoolcfbangko1 bench
bangko1bángkòSpn benchBuhaton mo an bangko.You lift-up the bench.bangkíton stoolmag-alsa san iya sadiri na bangkov [c2] MAG- ag. boast, brag, blow his own horn, sing his own praises. Literally means, "to lift his own bench"Nag-alsa siya san iya sadiri na bangko.He boasted about himself.
bangko2bángkoSpn bank, financial institution
bangonbángonCebv [c6] MAG-, -UM- act; -ON pat; I- accmagbángonv awaken, wake upMagbangon ka sin atab buwas.You awaken early tomorrow.cfmata eyesynalimpungat bumángonv arise, get upKaya lang si Pedro bumangon kag dumalagan sa suba.So Pedro immediately-arose and promptly-ran to-the river.
bangosbangósn milkfishNagbalakwit sinda sin bangos sa punong kahapon.They rod-and-reel-fished for milkfish in-the fish-pond yesterday.
bangot1bángotn cradle, children's hammock. This is often improvised by tying the two ends of a blanket to house rafters or tree limbs
bangot2bángotv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accbangútanv flavor, season, enhance. Usually means to flavor something with fish or meatBangutan mo'n isda an gulay.Flavor the vegetable with fish.
bangungotbangúngotn heart attack in sleep
banhawbánhawCebv [c6] MA- exp; -ON pat; I- acc.mabánhawv 1be resurrected, be restored to lifeNabanhaw si Cristo san ikatulo ka adlaw.Christ was-resurrected on-the third day.2rejoin society, get out of jailSan-o ka lang nabanhaw?When did you get-out-of-jail?pagkabánhawn resurrection, revivificationSilibraron naton an pagkabanhaw ni Cristo.Let us-incl celebrate Christ's resurrection.
banigbanígCebn sleeping mat. Refers to a mat of woven palm leaves usually used for sleeping on the floor of a house at bedtime and rolled up in the morningAn amon banig dili na magamit.Our sleeping-mat can no-longer be-used.banigónv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. make sleeping mat. Refers to making sleeping mats described aboveBanigon ko ini na buri.I will-make-sleeping-mats-of this buri-palm. banigánv be covered with a matBanigan mo an katri.Use-the-mat-to-cover the bed.
bankitebankíteSpn banquet, feast
banlawbanláwv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- accmagbanláwv rinsepabanlawónn rinserAko an imo pabanlawon san habol.I-am your rinser of-the blanket.banláwann clothes rinsing place. May refer either to a tub or some place where water is available to rinse withbanlawánv be rinsedn rinseable objectHugasan kag banlawan an samad segon sani na mga tugon.Let the wound be-washed and be-rinsed according to these instructions.Dara didi an mga banlawan.Bring here the things-to-be-rinsed.
banogbanógCebn hawkSadto, mag-amigo pa an banog kag an manok.Previously, the hawk and the chicken were still friends.
bansagbanságTagn nickname, aliasAn iya bansag 'Iraga'.His nickname is 'Mouse'.bansagánv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc. be nicknamedGinbansagan si Lucas sin Alimango.Lucas is-nicknamed Crab.
bansilbansíln gold tooth
bantaybántayCebn 1guard, watchman, sentry, sentinelTurog an bantay kaya nakasulod an makawat.The guard was-asleep so the thief was-able-to-enter.2tenantSinda an amon bantay sa uma.They are our-excl tenants on-the farm.parabántayn professional guardIkaw an parabantay niyan sa opisina?Are you the professional-guard at-the office today?magbántayv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. be on guard, watch over, take care ofMaayo kun magbantay kita san aton libro.It is good if we take-care of our book.Bantay kamo kay adi an mga paradukot.Be-on-guard because the pickpockets are here.bantayánv be watching for, be on the look out ; be guardingBantayan an senyales sin naubusan sin tubig sa lawas.Be-watching for the signs of dehydration.makabántayv able to guard, can guardMakabantay kita san aton mga hayop.We can-guard our animals.
bantogbantógCebadj famous, well-known, popularSi Eranio bantog na abugado.Eranio is a famous lawyer.Variantbantugan
bantog kaybántog kayconj just becausesynmili kayjust because
bantuganadj Variantbantogfamous
banyobányoSpn bathroom, lavatory, water closetMay tubig sa banyo.There-is water in-the bathroom.