Dictionary of Cebuano Loaned Words

Bisaya - - Mirror Of Forture -

--Bb-bidyilansi­ya, (Sp. vigilancia) vigilance bidyilante, (Sp. vigilante) vigilant bidyo, (Sp. video) 1. Video. 2. a tool made of sharp pointed rod. biga, (Sp. viga) 1. beam. 2. lust ( bigaon – lustful) bigorisar, (Sp. vigorizar) invigorate, to invigorate bigoroso, (Sp. vigoroso) vigorous bikarya, (Sp. vicaria) vicariate; vicarage bikaryo, (Sp. vicario) 1. deputy. 2. vicar biktoryoso, (Sp. victorioso) victorious; victor. Also biktoryus biktoryus, (Eng. victorious) simp. of biktoryoso bilyano, (Sp. villano) 1. peasant; commoner. 2. Villain binagrera, (Sp. vinagrera) vinegar bottle binateriya, (Sp. vinateria) wine shop bindikar, (Sp. vindicar) avenge; to vindicate, to claim or recover bindikasyo­n, (Sp. vindicacio­n) vindicatio­n binil, (Sp. vinyl) simp. of (see) binilo binilo, (Sp. vinilo) vinyl. Also (see) baynil or binil birtuwal, (Sp. virtual) virtual bise alkalde, (Sp. vice alcalde) vice mayor bise almirante, (Sp. vice almirante) vice admiral bise gobernador, (Sp. vice gobernador) vice governor bise mayor, (Sp. vice mayor) vice mayor

bise presidente, (Sp. vice presidente) vice president

bisibilida­d, (Sp. visibilida­d) visibility

bisible, (Eng. visible) visible

bisibol, (Eng. visible) simp. of (see) bisible

bisyon, (Sp. vision) vision

bisyonaryo, (Sp. visionario) visionary biyolente, var. of bayolente

bolamano, (Sp. bola + mano) cue ball. Syn. awayan

bruheriya, (Sp. brujeria) witchcraft; sorcery

brutal, (Sp. brutal) brutal; terrific; tremendous

brutalidad, (Sp. brutalidad) brutality; stupidity; foolishnes­s

brutalisar, (Sp. brutalizar) brutalize; maltreat

brutsa, (Sp. brocha) 1. paintbrush; shaving brush. 2. a euphemism for an act of romance

budaya, (Sp. cultura) culture

buhiya/s, (Sp. bujia) candlepowe­r; lightpower

bujinggit, (Bol.) wen. Also buwinggit

bujot, (Bol.) a bag made of weaved buri leaves. Also buyot

buka, (Ceb. & Tag) open or an opening as in “gibuka niya iyang mga mata” (he opened his eyes)

bukey, (Sp. buque) bouquet

bukto, 1. a very small type of marine crab, a parasitic crab that thrives in the gills of fish. 2. wrist bone

buldog, (Sp. bul(l)dog) bulldog, a kind of dog

buldoser, (Eng.) bulldozer

bulgar, (Sp. vulgar) 1. vulgar. Syn. law-ay. 2. a secret that became known or revealed

(Pasidaan: Kining maong kapulongna­n naglakip lang sa mga pulong hinulaman sa Binisaya diin ang matag entri gisundan sa etimolohiy­a (anaa sulod sa parentesis) o gigikanang pulong. Mga minugbo: Sp. – Spanish, Eng. – English, Lat. – Latin, simp. – simplified o gipasayon, pl.—plural.)

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