*bira-birabir`abir`aTag:Hila-hila.Der.magbira-biraTo tack into the wind; to go back and forth while sailing in order to make progress in the direction that the wind is coming from.
*birngasbir-ŋasTag:Sumagot ng pabalang.Der.mabirngasHarshness and rudeness of speech; arrogant.
*biskegbis-këgTag:Tindig.Der.mabiskegStrong physical feature or form of the body of a person.
*bisongbisoŋSpnbesokissnrareIloBol:Arek; pangangarek.Tag:Halik; besong.Ilo:Agep; Ango; besongEng:A kiss.Der.bisunganHalikan; hagkan.bisungenTo kiss somebody.
*blakblaknTag:Tunog ng bagay na nahulog.Eng:The sound produced when something is dropped.Der.iblakTo intentionally put down abruptly and with force a heavy object which results in a crashing sound similar to dropping a cement block.
*budi'bu-di'Tag:Sekreto; lihim.Der.budiando something secretlyibudi'To deny; refuse to admit the truth that one knows secretly.mabudi'deny the reality of something
*bugaybugayTag:Malambot na lupa.Der.gumugayKumalat.kinabugayFor something to not stick together. To fall apart - soil.mabugaycrumbly; For rice to not stick together in your fingers.
*buka'buk`a'Tag:Buksan.Eng:The opening in something.Der.bukaenTo open a book, mouth, umbrella, flower leaves, the ground when it dries; to open in a spreading motion.ibuka'To spread; to open; stretch out; open out.mibuka'Open wide as in opening the mouth.id.kabubuka' burakblossom
*bukawbukawoffTag:Tukab; masiba.Der.bukawanTo eat up everything greedily.
*bul'isbul-'israreDer.bul'isanDropped or released, unintentional, without control as if frightened.ibul'isRelease something. Slipped from grasp, dropped.nabul'isNabitawan.pamul'isThe releasing of something.