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byahiIlongo biyahevTo go from place to place with a purpose in mind, as jeepneys looking for passengers.Byahihi kut kun nam e ntuk do mà dì.Please go and collect a payment from uncle for me.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.synógów 1
byakunMegalurus palustris.Striated warbler.Appendix 10 Birds
byaku bikónStachyris whiteheadi.Whitehead or chestnut-faced tree babbler.Appendix 10 Birds
byaku lahaknHysipites philippinus.Philippine bulbul, any of various thrushlike birds of the tropics, feeding on fruits, berries and insects.Appendix 10 Birds
byebed1nMillipede.byebed2idiomSpoken of a person who is very, very slow.Matay laan hólól tihen byebed.A millipede died under his feet.Appendix 13-02 Worms and other crawling creatures
byolungTagalog narranPterocarpus indicus.Smooth narra, the Philippine national tree having very hard wood, used in making furniture.Tô nulut Goson yem bogul byolung.Goson was about to pick up the stick of narra.Appendix 09-02 Trees for lumber and other uses
byouTagalog lumbang1nAleurites moluccana.A tree and its nut-like fruit which produces oil used for hair oil and for light.Appendix 09-02 Trees for lumber and other uses2nMuscle at the elbow.Appendix 12 Body parts of a person
byou faknMuscle above the eyes.Appendix 12 Body parts of a person
byou tbakalnMuscle between the thumb and forefinger.Appendix 12 Body parts of a person
byunBark or root cuttings from the base of a certain tree used for chewing.
byukungnLand snails, many varieties.The shell is used for lime by people who chew betel nut.Appendix 13-02 Worms and other crawling creatures