baja — (kwo) ring, ringing
Me audi-te baja pa dwar. — I heard a ring at the door.
bajika — (kwo) doorbell, buzzer
bak — (komo) 1) back (in space or time), backwards
Go avan, bu go bak. — Go ahead, don't go back.
Mata wud yao ke suy kindas lai bak a ela. — The mother would like her children to come back to her.
Gai pon bak olo ke yu pren. — You should put back everything that you take.
al bakdao — on the way back
bakmuvi — move back
dai bak — give back
Treba mah kloka un ora bak. — One should set the clock one hour back.
dwa yar bak — two years ago
Gro-longtaim bak ye rega. — Once upon a time (long ago) there lived a king.
baken — (konekti-komo) behind (at what place?) baken dom — behind the house
Me bu vidi surya nau: it es baken badal. — Now I don't see the sun: it is behind the cloud.
Wen me lai a shulin, me bu dumi om problema. Me lyu li oli baken in urba. — When coming to the forest, I do not think about problems. I leave them all behind in the town.
May kloka es pet minuta baken. — My watch is 5 minutes slow.
fon baken dom — from behind the house
basta — (komo) enough
nu hev basta pan — we have enough bread
sauna bu es haishi basta garme — it is not yet hot enough in the sauna (exklami)that will do! enough!
Basta! Me bu yao audi nixa om to. — Enough of that! I do not want to hear anything about it.
See also: sufi-shem
baston — (kwo) staff, stick; crosier
basu — (kwo) bass (low sound)
shwo pa basu — speak/say in low voice
basu-ney — (kwel) bass
basu-ney vos — bass voice
bat — (unisi)but Me hev kitaba bat me bu yao lekti. — I have the book but I don't want to read.
bati — (zwo) beat (hit or strike repeatedly)
bater — (kwo) bat (club); beater
baum — (kwo) tree
bavul — (kwo) suitcase
bay — (konekti) 1) by, with, by means of (a means or tool) skribi bay kalam — write with a pencil
lai bay avion — come by airplane
bay forsa — by force
bay to ke yu zwo — by what you do
ofensi bay bu shwo danke — to offend by not thanking
2) by (doer or author) se es zwo-ney bay me — this is done by me
kitaba bay Mark Twen — book by Mark Twain
baya — (kwo) bay (nautical)
bayan — (kwo) bayan, button accordion
bayanista — (kwo) bayan player
beton — (kwo) concrete (building material)
bey — (kwo) back (the rear of body); backrest
stula-bey — back of chair
stan al bey versu koywan — stand with one's back to smb
beybao — (kwo) rucksack
Bharat — India (also "India")
bharat-arya-ney — (kwel) Indo-Aryan
bharat-europike — (kwel) Indo-European
bharat-iranike — (kwel) Indo-Iranian
bi — (zwo) be (is — es, was — bin, will be — ve bi) Gai bi honeste. — One should be honest.
Bi hao! — 1) You are welcome! (a reply to thanking); 2) Bless you! (after smb's sneezing); 3) Good luck! (when parting)
bifoo — (konekti) before (in space or time) bifoo dom — before the house
bifoo festa — before the holiday
bifoo ke lu en-somni — before he fell asleep
bifoo olo — first of all
Woshi handas bifoo chifan! — Wash your hands before eating!
En-stan ba bifoo me. — Stand up before me!
bifoo-ney — (kwel) former, previous, one-time
pa bifoo-ney taim — once, in former times
bifoo-dey, bifoo-aksham — eve
bifoovati — (zwo) anticipate, act before
bifooen — (taim-komo) formerly, previously, before
Laojen oftem shwo ke bifooen olo bin pyu hao kem nau. — Old people often say that formerly everything was better than now.
Bifooen nu jivi in otre urba. — Previously we lived in another town.
pa bifooen — in advance, beforehand
biftek — (kwo) beefsteak
bigari — (zwo) spoil
bigara — (kwo) spoiling, spoilage
bigle — (kwel) squint-eyed, cross-eyed
bigla — (kwo) squint-eyed person
bigli — (kwo) squint (suffer from strabismus; look sideways or askance)
bli — (konekti-komo) near, nearby, beside, close to
bli may dom — near my house
bli klok char — around 4 o'clock
Ela zai sidi-te bli. — She was sitting beside.
bli-ney — (kwel) near, nearby, neighbouring
bliwan — (kwo) neighbour, fellow human
See also: sirke
blik — (kwo) catchlight, flare (reflection of light)
blin — (kwo) pancake
blinde — (kwel) blind
blinditaa — (kwo) blindness
blinda — (kwo) a blind person
blindisi — (zwo) blind; dazzle
borda — (kwo) border (outer edge; frontier), brink; edge; board (of ship)
pa borda de abisma — at the brink of the abyss
bay pamaborda — with edge of one’s hand lingwa borda inter jenmin — language borders between peoples stata borda — the state border
fule til borda — full to the brim
mucho jen on borda — many people on board
bordi — (zwo) border (on), adjoin
bordi-she — (kwel) adjoining, next, adjacent