List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 15

gana sa pagkaon

Cebuano

appetite



ganahan

Cebuano

v. be stimulated


ganahan

Cebuano

v. in the mood


ganansiya

Cebuano

n. 1. profit from a transaction; 2. one’s offspring (humorous slang); v. 1. make profit. Makaganansiya ka kun patas-an nímu ang prisyu, You can make a profit if you raise the price. Pílay ganansiyahun sa usa ka rím sigarilyu? How much profit do you get from a carton of cigarettes? 2. have an advantage over something Nakaganansiya siya sa kuntra kay dakùdakù siya, He has an edge over his opponent because he is much bigger. pa- v. make a profit on someone Dì ku mupaganansiya nímu ug dakù, I will not make a big profit on you.


ganansya

Cebuano

earnings


ganansya

Cebuano

n. gain


ganansya

Cebuano

n. profit


ganapikumpleto

Cebuano

complete


gánas

Cebuano

n. the ceremony of taking the bride from her house to the house of the groom after the banquet in the bride’s house. Both families accompany the newly-weds; v. take the bride in the gánas ceremony. Paghuman ug pangáun, gigánas ang babáyi ngadtu sa balay sa laláki, After the wedding reception, the bride was taken to the groom’s house.


ganas

Cebuano

see gálay.


gánay

Cebuano

n. reverberating sound which echoes and persists for a while. Ang gánay sa kampána muabut sa layù, The reverberating sound of the bell reaches far; v. reverberate with a persisting echo.


gánay

Cebuano

v. for things to go s.w. in a long line. Migánay (nanggánay) na ang mga kamwà. Maáyu untag dì mabahà arun dílì maánud, The young crabs are going upstream now. I hope it won’t flood so they won’t be carried away. Igánay (ganáya) ang mga bátà sa plúris, Line up the children to present their flowers. ka-, -an v. 1. walk in a long file. Nagganayan (nagkaganay) ang mga Subánun nga nanglákat, The Subanos walk in long lines; 2. for large number to go s.w. Nagganayan (nagkaganay) ang mga táwu pagsúgat sa Santu Pápa, The people flocked to see the Pope. -an n. group of people going s.w.


ganda

Cebuano

n. kind of leek: Allium odorum. It is used as spice or for rubbing ailing parts of the body. Sometimes called the onions of the Subanos.


gáng

Cebuano

n. 1. gang, a cohesive group of young people having a common name and purpose; 2. band of criminal elements; v. be a member of a gang. Dì ta makiggáng ug kídyi, We won’t have a KJ (killjoy) in our gang. ganggáng v. go around with one’s gang.


gangad

Cebuano

v. bend the end of something up or out with force. Nagangad nang tagáa kay nasángit sa batu, That fish hook is bent because it got snagged in a rock. Nagangad ang íyang náwung nga gilúwir dyú, His head was thrown back after being hit in the lower jaw; a. bent up or out.


gángan

Cebuano

see galangan.


gangay

Cebuano

v. 1. broil peeled bananas over live coals. Gangayun ku ning sagínga, I’ll broil this banana; 2. put something beside a fire to keep it hot. Igangay nang takurì arun ínit kanúnay ang túbig, Put the kettle beside the fireplace so the water will remain hot.


ganggáng

Cebuano

n. see bunsudbunsud.


ganggang

Cebuano

toast


ganggang

Cebuano

v. 1. put something over the coals to dry it or heat it. Nagganggang ku sa pán nga giumigas, I am heating the bread which the ants swarmed over. Akuy muganggang sa kupras, I’ll dry the copra in the drier; 2. broil bananas. Magganggang kug ságing ipaínit, I’ll broil bananas for a snack. -an(→) n. copra drier.


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