bana-banabana-bánàBkln speculation, estimationmagbana-bánàv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON pat. speculate, considerbana-banâonv speculate about something, considerBana-banaon ko kun maupod ako.I will-consider if I will-accompany-them.
banaagbanâagCebn rays (of sun), glow (of fire)Nagtutuna na paglabas an banaag san adlaw.The rays of-the sun are-beginning now to-appear.cfbanagdaba-dabablazing
banababanabán banaba species of tree. This refers to a timber producing tree which is also cultivated for its large light purple or pink flowers. The leaves are used as a tea for kidney and stomach illnessLagerstroemia speciosa
banagbánagCebv [c8] MAG- exp; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagbánagv morning dawns, sun risesmamanag-bánagv dawns, dawn breaksNamanag-banag na an kaagahon.The morning is-dawning already.cfbanaagrays (of sun)
banaganbanagánCebn lobsterSadto igwa ako sin ginprisirbar na banagan.I once had a preserved lobster.cfhiponsmall shrimp
banalbanáladj holy, divineDili ako banal.I am not holy.kabanálann holinessNagatuod ka ba sa kabanalan san Dios?Do you believe in-the holiness of God?
banatabanátaCebn pole bundle. Refers to bundles of poles which are used to hold up the nets of a fishtrap in the waterKulang ako sin tulo ka banata para sa akon bunsod.I lack three bundles-of-poles for my fish trap.
banda1bándaadv in that directionMagkadto ka banda didto.You go in-that-direction over-there.
banda2bándaSpn band, marching band. Refers only to a musical bandAn banda san MNCHS makabulig sa katapusan na iskutinyo.The MNCHS band will-help in the final counting.
bandidobandídoSpn banditMadulom na kaya madilikaduhan kita san mga bandido.It is dark already so we will-be-endangered by bandits.kabandidúhanbandit bandsyntulisanthief
bandihadobandihádoSpn platterIgwa sinda sin duha na bandihado na luto.They have two platters of boiled-rice.
bandilyobandílyoSpn advertisement, announcementPangkomirsyo ina na bandilyo.That advertisement is a commercial.magbandílyov [c2] MAG- act. announce a meeting, convene a meetingparabandílyon town crier, announcer
bandobándoBkln public meetingmagbándov [c2] MAG- act. attend a public meetingmagpabándov call a public meeting
bandoriyabandoríyaSpn stringed musical instrument. Refers to an instrument which looks something like a banjo but may have from four to eight strings which are plucked
bandyobándyoEngn banjo. Refers to a stringed musical instrument. The strings are either plucked or strummed, or a combination of both
bang-ogbang-ógCebadj foul smell. Refers to anything which stagnates because of poor storage conditions and then produces a bad foul smellsynbahostenchmabang-ógsmelly, reeking, malodorous, fetid
bangagbángagn coconut beetleGinakaon kuno san mga Ilokano an bangag.Coconut-beetles it is said are-being-eaten by-the Ilocanos.
bangdaybángdayadj overlap, lying partly on another
banggabanggâCebv [c8] MAG- exp; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagbanggáv crash, bumpAn dyip nagbangga sa puno san lubi.The jeep crashed into-the trunk of-the coconut tree.synbunggobahuracrashtupacrashmagbanggàánv quarrel with each other, several persons clash in argumentSi Pedro kag an amon prinsipal nagbanggaan.Pedro and our principal clashed.
banggitbánggitTagv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagbánggitv mention, allude, suggest, tellibanggitv mention somethingNano kay ginbanggit mo ina na bagay kan Jake?Why did you mention that matter to Jake?cfunabi1synsambithunambitmention
bangkabángkaTagn outrigger canoe. Refers to a small fishing canoe with outriggers. At one time these were made by hollowing out logs, but today are made from boards or plywoodGinpundo ninda an bangka sa Lagundi.They had-anchored the small-fishing-canoe at Lagundi.