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bambanenvar. ofbanbanennalupihanCentipede.
bampiranA type of witch whose face look likes a vampire.rel wdmangalok
banabanbanabaA type of large tree whose leaves have medicinal value.The leaves or bark are boiled and then the water is drunk when one has a kidney problem or UTI (urinary tract infection).
banagbanāgviActor: -om-For something to shine; to be bright and noticeable.Ang babay ang tata-lib, pisan ang babanāg tang lambong na.The woman going by, her clothing is very bright. ov synpalabadsinggat 1
banat1ndaan, landasTrail; path.rel wddalan 1getet 1
banat2advTo do something vigorously, with total enthusiasm, uninhibited."Gimpisan da tang pamangan ong kombida?" "Ee, banat da!""Have they started eating already at the banquet?" "Yes, with total enthusiasm!"Ala, banat amo tang kanta!Come on, sing with all you have! rel wdma-sik 1
banatanThe length of one panti fishing net, approximately 100 meters. (This term can also refer to the fishing net itself.)Pirapang banata tang panting tina-tak mi?How many lengths of panti fishing nets did you set out?The fishing nets are set out very close together, usually tied together at the ends.rel wdpanti1 1
banawvtActor: maN- Goal: -anhugas ng kamayTo wash one's hands.Mamanawa kang lagi ba-loa mamangan.Wash your hands first before eating.Namanaw tang kalima na tang nanay, oman pinainem ong ana nang agliwagan ang pangana.The mother washed her hands, then gave her daughter, who was having a difficult childbirth, some to drink.Some people say that if a woman is having difficulty in childbirth and has a sin against her mother, her mother should wash her hands to get rid of the sin and then have her daughter drink some of the water that she just used for washing her hands.rel wdlo-lotogat2palamanawander.npinamanawander.n
banda11<Not Sure>1.1advLocated, situated somewhere; approximate whereabouts of something; general location.Aripa banda tang balay mi?Whereabouts is your house?2adv2.1Approximately, around (referring to time).Sigoro mga bandang alas diyes ami ra naolik talabi.We went home last night maybe around ten o'clock.
banda2nbandaBand of musicians.
bandahi1nbendaBandage; Band-Aid (an adhesive bandage).antplaster2vtGoal: -anTo bandage something.Bandahian mo agod indi milig tang dogo.Bandage it so that the blood doesn't flow.
bandanvtActor: mag- Goal: -anbintang, hinalaTo accuse someone of a crime, without sufficient evidence or proof; to suspect someone of doing something.Sinopay pagbandan ong nio ang nanakawa ta mano?Who is accusing you of stealing the chicken?ov syndata2 1sospitsa 1rel wdakosarbasol
bandi1nbandiNative candy made with brown sugar and cashew nuts, coconut or peanuts. (It is similar to peanut brittle.)2vi., vtActor: mag- Undergoer: -enTo make bandi candy.Magbandi tanandia ta ekelan na ang magbiahi.She is going to make bandi to take on the trip.Bandien ta ra lamang tang mga kasoy ang na.Let's just make these cashews into bandi candy.
bandihavar. ofbandihadonbandihadoA platter, usually used for rice.
bandiranbandila, watawatFlag.
bandovi., vtActor: mag- Undergoer: i-bandilyoTo announce something publicly on street corners, using a drum or megaphone.Sinopay magbando para ong komabot ang kandidato?Who will publicly announce the arrival of the candidate?Nontokaw, mga may miting, may pagbando ang paglibot ong karsada.In the past, when there was a meeting, someone would announce it (i.e. using a drum) while walking around the streets.This practice is no longer common. Instead, a vehicle goes around town with a loudspeaker.ov synabiso 1anonsio 1
bandorianBanjo.
baneg1viUndergoer: ma-For fruit to become bruised.Indi ipelek-pelek mo tang atis, itaben mabaneg. Don't throw the atis fruit around, it might become bruised.2vtActor: mag- Undergoer: -enTo bruise someone over his body, by always beating or spanking them.Ang taw ang asi dorog kākig, pirming agbanegen na tang mga ana na.That man is very cruel, he is always bruising his children.3statbaneg dalamogFor a person's body to be covered with bruises, due to continuous beatings.Baneg da tang molang asia ong papalo.That child's body is covered with bruises due to being whipped often.rel wdbogbogleb1 1lem 1
banet1<Not Sure>1.1viFor something to pass on down, pass through; for something to sink deeply into something, out of sight.Mamangana ta ponsi para mābanet tang doli ong tetenlan mo.Eat a banana so that the bone will pass on down your throat.India magkalo-kalo tang beretangan tang singgoay, itaben mābanet ong adalem.Don't shake the pin cushion, the needles might sink down deep.2vi2.1vtTo press, stuff things down deep into a container to make lots of room for the contents; to fill a container full by pressing down the contents.Ibanet mo ta osto tang mga lambong ang rilip ong sako agod magigo tang tanan.Press the relief clothes down well into the sack so they'll all fit.Mga magsekeba ta ipon indi ibanet mo, para india malogi.When you measure out the small shrimps, don't press them down so that you won't lose money.Onopay banetan mo tang mga inayeg mo, tamping?What will you fill up full with the rice you just harvested, a tamping basket?3vt3.1To stuff clothes somewhere, usually where they don't belong, instead of hanging them up.Ongari si binanet mo tang mga lambong mo?Where have you once again stuffed your clothes?
banganbangaA medium-sized water jar, usually made of clay, also used for storing vinegar.rel wdtapayantibor
bangal1<Not Sure>1.1vtTo put many seeds in one hole so that many will sprout and grow.Ang panobo nira tang paray bangal, animan ang liminongay kadoro-doroan.Their planting of rice seeds was by putting many seeds in one hole, therefore what sprouted was very many.Agbangalen nira tang panobo tang kamait agod yading lomongay.They are putting many corn seeds in the holes in the planting of the corn so that many will sprout up.2vt2.1To put a large amount of food in one's mouth; to put other things in the mouth.Loay-loayan mo ka tang bangal mo, itaben matolpota.Slow down with putting all that food in your mouth, you might choke.Aroy! Babangal da tang mola tang koarta ong anga na!Oh! The child is putting a coin in his mouth!
bangalognlambakA wide depression where there is stagnant water; a pond full of water.rel wdgaloang 1
bangbang1<Not Sure>1.1vtTo destroy something by making holes in it.Binangbang ta kiro tang lebleb tenged galiag ang tenled ong kosina.The wall was destroyed by a dog making holes in it because he wanted to come into the kitchen.1.2statFor a woven item to be all ripped up, full of holes.Aroy! Bangbang da tang sako ang agbetangan ta belat, sigoro bina-not ta kiro.Oh my! The sack filled with rice is all full of holes, maybe it was ripped apart by a dog.2stat2.1viFor a wound to become larger, developing a large hole in the skin or a tropical ulcer; for the beach to be badly eroded.Nabangbang tang bisito ang inalat tang kiro.My calf which was bitten by the dog has developed a large hole in it. Don ong kambian ang baybay agbangbangen da tang langeb.There in the north part of town the beach is being badly eroded by the waves.