"Bakbak" is a word in TAGALOG, HILIGAYNON, CEBUANO


bákbak - Also: to beat, drub, give one a
hiding, punish severely. (cf. tarítári,
torótóro, bakábáka, búnak, labá, pákas).

bakbak TAGALOG

Passive Verb: bakbakan
Definition: 1) detached, decorticated (adj) 2) to remove the bark or thick skin of something; to chastise someone (verb)

bakbak CEBUANO

bakbak n frog, toad.

bakbak CEBUANO

bakbak = balakbak.

bakbak CEBUANO

bakbak n abaca hemp made from the outer stalks of the abaca.

bakbak CEBUANO

bakbak n path of hardened dirt.
v [B1256] harden from being trod upon.
Nabakbak ang tugkaran sa ímung pagbinalikbálik, The yard got all trampled down the way you kept going back and forth through it.

bakbak CEBUANO

bakbak n {1} piece of metal or precious stone used to orna-ment a surface, usually a comb.
{2} sole of footgear.
Pánit ang bakbak sa íyang sapátus, His shoes have leather soles.
v [A; b] {1} inlay with precious metal, stones.
Sudlayng binakbákan ug sinúbung, A comb plated with gold.
{2} put soles on footgear.

Few words of positivity

My prayer is an attitude of pure gratitude for having the opportunity to experience life on this earth with all its pain, heartache, worry, and turmoil; coupled with this gratitude is the thankfulness for just having the opportunity to have lived. That is fairly easy on good days but difficult when life puts rocks and boulders in the road.

David W. Earle

Laugh your heart out.

The nurse who can smile when things go wrong is probably going off duty.

balakbak CEBUANO

balakbak n {1} cloth or similar material to lie, walk, sit on. Duguun ang bakbak nga giangkan, The sheets on …

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