barātuvarkabarātuadjSomething is cheap or low in price.Bīsan barātu matū'ud 'ang litsun.Truly even roasted pork was cheap.'Ang 'isa 'ini ka bilug nga balayan hay tigbaynti sintimus 'ang 'isa-masyādu nga kabarātu.As for one piece of this empty shell, it is twenty centavos each-very cheap.antkahuga'hūga'3kamahaykabaratubarātu1int adjSomething is very cheap or very low in price.Kabaratubarātu pa 'ang swildu sa 'ākun-'ang būlan hay kwarinta pīsus.My salary was still verylow-forty pesos a month.2advSomething is bought or sold cheaply.'Ang balayan nang 'ini nga sīhi' hay ginabakay da ning barātu lang gid kay 'ūnu trinta lang 'isa ka kustal.This empty shell is being bought very cheaply because it is one [peso and] thirty [centavos] for one sack.antkahuga'mahay
barilna gunNabati'an ku 'ang lupuk nang baril.I heard a report of a gun.vSomeone shoots someone or something with a gun.barilbārilna wad shooterbarilunHinadlūkan 'aku kay bāsi' kung barilun.I was frightened because what if [someone] will be shot.binarīlan1na game of cops-and-robbersKung 'ang 'inda baril hay 'igwa na ning bāla, matūna' na 'ina' sinda ning binarīlan.If their toy guns already have [paper wad] bullets, they will then start [the game] cops-and-robbers.bumarilKung 'indi' mu siya madaya pabālik, 'ayaw gid magkari sa 'ākun kay bāsi' kung 'aku 'ang bumaril sa 'īmu.If you cannot bring her back, do not come to me, because it might be I will be the one who will shoot you.mamarilvSomeone or something is shot by someone else.ma-+paN-=maN-Mahuyam 'ānay 'aku nang 'īmu baril kay mamaril lang 'aku 'ilāhas nga bābuy.May I please borrow your gun because I will just go shooting wild pigs.
barītana crowbar, used for digging or prying heavy objects or into hard ground.'Ūna 'ānay, 'ang pagkutkut nang batu, ginagamītan ninda ning barīta sa pagkutkut.First, as for the digging of [marble] stone, [it] is worked on by them with a crowbar in digging.vSomething is pried or pried out from a confined space with a crowbar.baritāhunKung nagagiltak na, masūhun naman 'adtu kag baritāhun.When [the marble] already cracks, it will be hammered with a sledgehammer and will be pried out with a crowbar.ginabarītaNagahūkay na 'adtu 'ang marmul kung ginabarīta.That marble moves when [it] is pried with a crowbar.
barkādanan associateMalīpay si Rūni kung 'ang 'iya barkāda hay napapa'inum nyay hustu.Ronnie was happy if, as for his associate, [he] happened to be caused by him to frequently drink in excess.'Aysus! kay ginapanāwan lang gid 'aku ni Dyūwil kay nagakinadtu sa 'iya barkāda.Oh my! because I am left behind by Joel because he keeps on going to his associates.magbarkādana group of associatesSa 'inūman may magbarkāda nga malīpay sinda.In drinking places there are groups of associates in which they are happy.
bāruna metal or plastic water pipe'Indi' kami gustu nga 'ang bāru hay guwa'; dāpat gid sa 'idāyum nang dūta' pāra 'ang tūbi' hay malamig.We do not like that the water pipes come out [of the ground]; [they] should be under the ground so that the water is cool.
bāru'na garment, clothes, clothing'Igwa 'aku ning pangkatūyug nga bāru' nga gintahi' ni Nanay.I have a sleeping garment which Mother sewed.Waya' da kami ning kāya nga 'ikakabakay ning labakāra; 'ang 'āmun ginagāmit hay 'ang limpyu nga bāru'.We do not have the wherewithal which can be used to frequently buy face towels; the things we use are clean clothes.nthe dress of a girl or lady'Aba nga kalīpay ku, kay mababakyan na 'aku ni Nanay ning bag'u nga bāru' kag sapātus!Oh, I am happy, because I will surely be able to be bought a new dress and shoes by Mother!nbāru' nga pangbayayna house dressbāru' nga pangkasayna wedding dresssynbisti sa kasaybāru' nga pangtrabāhu1nwork clothes2vSomeone wears a dress, attire.baru'bāru'na baby's dressginpabaru''Ang 'āmun ginpabaru' sa 'īmu, bukun bag'u kay pubri gid kami ka'āyu.As for the dress that was caused by us to be worn by you, [it] was not new because we were very poor.nakabāru'Nakikīta' kunu 'adtu siya nga may nakabāru' ning kaputi' nga kahāba'.That one saw, she said, someone who happened to wear a long white dress.pabaru'caus vA dress, attire is caused by someone to be worn by someone else.pagbaru'gersomeone's wearing of a dress, attire'Ang purmal nga pagbaru' hay 'adtung bāru' nga 'īmu lang gid ginagāmit kung may 'ukasyun ka nga kadtu'an.The formal wearing of attire is a dress which is used only by you if there is an occasion to which you will go.
barumbāduadjSomeone is ill-mannered or rude.'Ang tāwu nga naga'inum bukun parīhu 'ang batāsan; may barumbādu kag may ma'āyu batāsan bīsan bayung.As for people who drink, their moral characters are not the same; some are ill-mannered and some have good moral characters even when drunk.
barūtunan outrigger paddle boatBinayāwan na nāmun 'ang barūtu pakadtu sa mutur kag 'āmun ginggūyud pakari diri sa Lūnus.The outrigger paddle boat was then carried by us going to the motorboat and it was towed by us coming here to Lonos.An outrigger paddle boat is about seven or more meters long, 36 cm. wide and 30 cm. deep. The hull is constructed of plywood. Depending on its size it carries from two to ten or so people. It is usually propelled by paddling though sometimes a sail is used.cfbatilbinul'anunliplippasāhi
baryuna villageA village is under the administrative control sākup 3 of a town banwa.