banggirahanna dish rack, for eating utensils such as cups, glasses, saucers, spoons
bangguknthe grunt of a pigsyn'īgukSqueal of a pig: 'iwik.24, Sounds of Animals and Fowl
bāngi'1bangi'bangi'nA small crab with one large and one small claw.Nagbu'uy si Tiruy ning bangi'bangi' sa hunāsan.Teroy got crabs in the tidal flats.kabāngi'none of a matched pair of objects, as an earring, shoe, sock'Ang kabāngi' nang 'akun 'arītus hay nadūya'.One of a matched pair of my earring was lost.magkabāngi'nA matched pair, of objects as described above.Nagbakay si Pidru ning midyas pīru bukun magkabāngi'.Pedro bought socks but [they] were not a matched pair.nagatigkabāngi'Nagatigkabāngi' kami ni Līta nang bakya'.Lita and I arewearingoneeach of a matched pair of wooden slippers.tigkabāngi'1adjAn unmatched pair of objects, as a pair of earrings, arītus; shoes, sapātus; socks, midyas, are one each of two matched pairs of objects.'Ang tyinīlas ni Līna hay tigkabāngi' kay 'ang 'isa hay puya', ang 'isa hay 'asul.Lina's slippers are one each of two matched pairs because one is red, the other is blue.2vTwo people wear one each of a matched pair of something as described above.
bangkawna metal-tipped javelinWithout barbs and with a roundwood shaft, one or more meters in length. It is kept in one's house or carried for protection against enemies, or carried for spearing wild animals.cfpana' sayangsang sumbiling
bangkilna canine or bicuspid tooth; a boar's tusknbangkil sa 'ibābawna canine toothbangkil sa 'ubus1na bicuspid tooth2vSomeone or something bites someone or something with canine and/or bicuspid teeth.binangkilBinangkil ni Bābuy si 'Alimāngu.Pig bit Crab with his canine and bicuspid teeth.
bangku'na bench or chair'Ang manga tāwu nga may kāya 'ang nakakabakay nang 'aparadur nga nāra, bangku' nga nāra kag lamīsa nga nāra.The people with resources are the ones who are able to consistently buy narra cabinets, narra chairs, and narra tables.cfpungkū'ansilya
bangkudnthe back non-cutting edge of a bolo sundang, suyut, or knife sipuy
bangkūrunan Indian mulberry treeMorinda citrifolia (Linn.)Young leaves are used as a poultice and applied to the temple for headaches.
bangkwangna clothes basketMade of woven rattan; round, about 60 to 70 cm. high. Used for storing clean or dirty clothes.
bāngunvSomeone gets up.Nagdali'dāli' si Nistur bāngun kag diritsu sa kusīna.Nestor got up hurriedly and went right there to the kitchen.mabāngunMabāngun na 'aku kay mangabri nang tindāhan.I will get up now because [I] will open the store.makabāngunDaw kung hālus 'indi' 'aku makabāngun.It was as though I would not be able to get up.nagabangunbāngunMilba, katūyug na 'ābi; bāsi' nagabangunbāngun ka?Melba, please sleep now; why are you always getting up?nagbāngun'Ang 'uning, nagbāngun kag nagpanlam'us sa 'iya pisngi.As for the cat, it got up and washed its cheeks all over with [its] paws.
bapurna shipPagdunggu' matū'ud nang bapur hay yāra' sa bapur nakasiling gid 'aku sa 'ākun sarīli, "'Ay! Matū'ud 'adtung 'ākun pananamgu nga, si Sam, hay makari sa Rumblun."Upon the docking of the ship, [he] was there on the ship; I said to myself, "Oh! That dream of mine is true that, as for Sam, [he] will come to Romblon."
baranggayna village'Intirisādu 'aku sa pagpamāti' nang mīting nang manga baranggay 'upisyal.I am interested in listening to the meeting of the village officials.baranggay kapitan1a village leaderbaranggay tānud1a village policeman