banyusvSomeone applies medicine, an ointment, paint, perfume onto someone or something.cf'ihību''ibanyusvSomething or someone has medicine, an ointment, paint, perfume applied by someone else onto it or them, a part of it or them.'Adtu 'ang tāwas, 'īmu 'ibanyus sa may sakit.As for those alum crystals, [they] should be applied by you onto those who have a sickness.Hābang si Buy hay nagasūka, ginabanyusan siya nang 'iya lūla ning nilā'ub nga dāhun nang katumbay sa 'iya tiyan pāra 'indi' siya sapdukun hāngin.While Boy was vomiting, he was having slowly heated chili pepper leaves applied by his grandmother onto his abdomen so that he would not have air enter him.cfhību'ginbanyusGinbanyus ni Sidru 'ang pintūra sa dingding.The paint was applied by Sidru onto the wall.nagbanyus1gersomeone's applying medicine, an ointment, paint, perfume onto someone or somethingSi Magda 'ang nagbanyus ning pahūmut kay Diling.Magda was the one who applied perfume onto Diling.Mapatūna' ka ning dasay sa kalag kag 'adtung 'īmu 'unga' nga may sakit hay sīgi lang banyus ning manga dāhun.Have a prayer said to a departed soul and as for your sick child just continue on applying [herbal] leaves.2vA medicine, an ointment, paint, perfume is applied by someone onto someone else, something.

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