*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.
*buno'bun`o'Der.kabuno'Enemy; foe. One you do not like, undesirable one, there is a deep hatred within and there is no reconciliation.mamuno'One who leads a prayer and others will respond to her.To be the one that leads by being over against the other in a responsive utterance.mibuno'To be unreconcilably fighting.pakakibuno'Fighting.pibubuno'A separation and hatred of two groups which may consider each other heretical or arch enemies.
*bunrakbun-rakDer.ibunrakTo unload the contents of a container, such as to empty a wash basin or basket.
*bungeybuŋëyDer.binungeyA sticky rice cake cooked with coconut and salt in bamboo tubes on an open fire.mamungeyTo make bamboo cake.
*burangbur`aŋDer.burangenQuick to get angry; lacking patience and forbearance; quick-tempered; irascible; choleric; exasperated; rude; irritable
*burasb`urasDer.burasenshell off somethingmamurasShell corn.naburasnakaburasTo remove all of the fruit from its growing position (e.g. corn from the cob; all the guavas from a tree.)Figurative: To knock out someones teeth.
*busalbus`alSpnbozalHalter; Muzzle worn by horses, dogs, and calves.nBol:Siti a katat a naibarungos sa marukmok nan kabayo pigaw siti a mangrinda kona sa rabay mon pangipuntawan kona.Tag:Busal.Eng:A bit or bridle used on a horse.
*busbosbus-b`osBol:Mangibwat sa sayay nangwan ibu'bo' nin tumuro' o umagos a likido o bagay a main nin likido sa luta', tawo o saya et pangwan. Tag:Buhos.Ilo:Bukbok.Eng:The emptying of something that flows such as a liquid or wet cement from a container.Der.busbusanThrow water.; To pour something out indiscriminately.ibusbosTo pour water somewhere.mibusbospammusbospouring of something
*busngawbus-ŋawTag:Sinabi ang sama ng loob.Der.ibusngawTo express; voice out something; to speak out
*busob`u-soSpnbuzoDiver, one that goes underwater in search of things dropped into the sea or rivers. vTagTag:Silip.Der.buswenDive into the water and loosen a caught net.mamuso
*butadb`utadEng:Umbilical and Inguinal Hernia.Der.butadenThe navel of a child which expands when he cries perhaps because of a previous infection or it being cut longer than it should have.
*buti'but`i'Tag:Nakaawang.Der.butienTo open a vegetable pod such as to split a bean pod lengthwise; to open an envelop; to hold open a sack; to open anything that is long.mamuti'open; split lengthwise
*butilinbut`ilinnBol:Nabisbis a kawayan nin maimpis a iyusar nin panaker nin panis ting-ting pigaw mipasayay ti.Eng:Strips of bamboo that are thin and are used to bind a broom, panis, together.
*butyakbutyakTag:Saksakin.Eng:slashDer.butyakanTo cut or slash something - abdomen, bag, etc.
*buyonbuyonnTag:Tawas.Eng:Things that are used to find out something from the spirit world (Key, book, paper, water and rice).Der.ipabuyonTo have someone use an object to discern from the spirits what needs to be done to solve the problem they have.ipamuyonmamamuyon
*bwalbwalSpch var.buwaladjBol:Kayo a alaki a natumba ket pati say yamot nadutdot ket nabwal yay puon na.Tag:Buwal; tumba; cf; balintong.Ilo:Buwal; natumba; nabwalEng:Elongated tall things fallen flat on the ground; uprooted.Der.bwalenTo uproot; to tear up by the roots, bringing up soil.nabwalUprooted taking the dirt with it; to pull the dirt from its natural position; eroded (dam, dike, etc.); washed away.
*byinti singkobyin-ti siŋ-koSpnveinticincotwenty fivenTagTag:Bemte singko; dalawamput lima.Eng:twenty five