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barbasbárbasSpn beardHalagba na an iya barbas.His beard is long already.barbásonadj beardedHadlok ako sa barbason na tawo.I am-afraid of-a bearded person.barbasánv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. shaveBarbasan mo an imo irok.Shave your armpit.
barberiyabarberíyaSpn barber shop, hair salon
barbonbárbonSpadj hairycfbarahibo barbas beard
bargobárgov [c4] MAG- act; -ON patmagbárgov feel, experiencingAn Pilipinas niyan na panahon nagabargo sin kaiwat sa kwarta.The Philippines at-the-present time is-experiencing a scarceness in money.
baribárìv [c2] MA expVariantbali be broken into bitsmabárìv be broken, be bustedNabari an karaptan san sampi.The handle of-the ladle was-broken.cfbali broken
baribadbaríbadv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc.magbaríbadv refuse, reject, excuse, declineKun agdahon ka magpakasal dili ka magbaribad.If you are-proposed marriage do not refuse.This root cannot occur unaffixed.pagbaríbadn refusal, alibiDili sa minaayo an iya pagbaribad.Her refusal was-not made-nicely.Variantbalibad
barinabarínav [c3] MAG- act; -AN goalmagbarínav bore into, drill into, bore a hole.
barita1barítàn news, hearsayNabati mo an barita?Have you heard the news?magbarítàv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. report news, broadcast news, disseminate newsSiya an nagbarita na patay na si Gaspar.He-was the-one-who reported-the-news that Gaspar was-dead already.synkalat disseminate
barita2barítaSpn small bar of something.Igwa ako didi sin isad ka barita na sabon.I have a small-bar of soap here.
barita3barítaSpn crowbarcftagad digging barsynbara1 crowbar
barkadabarkádaSpn companion, palSa barkada pilion mo an dili sa imo magadara sa karautan.You choose for-a companion the-one-who will not persuade you to wickedness.magbarkádav [c2] MAG- act. become a member of a social grouppagbarkadan socializing, camaraderie
barkobárkoSpn ship, vessel, steamship. Refers to ocean-going shipsAn barko para Cebu nalunod kagab-i.The ship bound-for Cebu sank last-night.synbaporship
barokbarókn tree bark, tree fiber. Bark of a certain tree used in dyeing clothes or shoes and coloring for coconut wine
BartolomeBartólomeSpn Bartholome. A man's name
barumbadobarumbádon irresponsible personNano kay nagaparaisip ka pa sidto na barumbado?Why-are you still continually-thinking of-that irresponsible-person?
barung-barongbarung-bárongn shanty, shack, hut. Refers to a rough wooden shanty used as housing by poor farmersAn mga barung-barong sani na mga tagabaryo hagrayo sa kada usad.The shanties of-these village-people are far-from each other.
barurogbarúrogn anchovy, smelt. Refers to a species of small edible fishsynbulinaw anchovy
barutobarútoCebn small outrigger canoe, small fishing canoeNaanod an akon baruto.My fishing-canoe was-carried-off-by-the-current.mabarútov [c4] MAG- act; -ON pat. travel by canoe , travel by rowboatMabaruto kita palunsod.Let us go-to-town by-fishing-canoe.cfkaskodory
baryobáryoSpn village, hamlet, barrioAn amon baryo dili maribok.Our barrio is not tumultuous/full-of-disturbances.tagabáryovillager, barrio residentMay nagadangadang na mga tagabaryo.There-are villagers approaching.
bas-okbas-ókadj packed tightlyVariantbus-okpacked tightly
basa1básav [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagbásav read somethingMaaram na si Julie magbasa.Julie knows-how to-read already.basáhonv be readDarha sa akon an diario kay akon basahon mintras nagaingkod ako didi.Bring me the newspaper because it-will-be-read by-me while I'm sitting here.pagbásan readingMahinay an iya pagbasa.His reading is very-slow.basáhonn literature, reading material. Usually refers to newspapers, magazines and books.Pagbakal anay sin basahon.You buy a newspaper first.cfdiaryonewspaperbarasahónn literatures, reading materials
basa2basân wetnessIni na trapo an imo ipahid sana na basa.This cloth is what will-be-used by-you to-wipe-up that wetness.adj wetBasa an iya bado.Her clothes are wet.magbasâv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN ben, I- acc. wet something, moistenbasàónv be wetbasâonadj wets easilybasàánv wet something for someoneBasaan mo siya sin trapo.You wet a rag for her.basá-basân moisture, humidity, dampnessAn gapos paraharuphop sin mga basa-basa.Cotton is an absorbent of moisture.
basa-basabasa-básan porridgemagbasa-básav [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- ben.Magbasa-basa ka para sa may sakit.You make-porridge for the sick one.basa-basáhonv be made porridgeBasa-basahon mo an luto.The cooked-rice will-be-made-porridge by-you.
basahonn newspaper, something to read
basangbásangv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagbásangv demean, talk nonsensically. This root cannot occur unaffixedpagbásangn talking nonsensicallyAyaw pagbasang sin surumaton.Do not be-talking nonsensically.magbasang-básangv 1trivialize, play down, belittle, make light of, underestimate2treat insolentlyNano kay nagabasang-basang ka sa imo lolo?Why-are you treating your grandfather insolently?bumarásangv act rudelyIdto na tawo bumarasang sin sulod san balay.That person burst-rudely into the house.basang-basángonv 1disparage, blaspheme. Refers to an attitude towards personsDili mo basang-basangon an ngaran san Dios.Do not disparage the name of God.2be trivialized, treat as insignificant. Refers to an attitude towards things or objectsGinabasang-basang niyo an mga butunes sa karsada pero kwarta ina.You treat the buttons on-the street as-insignificant but that is money.