List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 24

gastador

Cebuano

adj. extravagant



gastador

Cebuano

adj. spendthrift


gastador

Cebuano

prodigal


gastádu

Cebuano

a. 1. for mechanical moving parts to be worn out. Ilísan nátù ang pistun kay gastádu na, Let’s change the pistons because they are all worn out; 2. having one’s body worn out from sexual activities; 3. having one’s body worn out from overwork; v. for mechanical parts of the body to get worn out.


gastadur

Cebuano

a. extravagant in spending; v. get to be extravagant in spending. -a(←) see gastadur (female).


gastahon

Cebuano

spend


gasti

Cebuano

(from tigas) n. toughie (slang).


gasto

Cebuano

expense


gasto

Cebuano

outlay


gasto

Cebuano

spend


gastos

Cebuano

expenditure


gastos

Cebuano

expense


n. gastroenteritis; v. get gastroenteritis.


gastu

Cebuano

v. 1. spend money. Nakagastu silag dakù sa dispidída, They spent a large amount of money for the farewell party. Makakuput gánì ug kwarta gastúhun dáyun, Whenever she lays her hands on money, she spends it right away; 1a. give a banquet on a lavish scale. Gastúhan ku giyud ang ákung kumplianyu, I’ll hold a big dinner for my birthday; 2. spend for some undertaking. Ang kumpaníya mauy naggastu sa íyang pagtuun, The company is paying for his studies; 3. use time, effort for some undertaking. Gastúha ang ímung kusug sa maáyung katuyúan, Use your strength for good purposes; n. 1. expenditures; 2. sumptuous feast as entertainment. a requiring great expense. Gastu na kaáyu kun grandi ang kasal, It means a great expense if the wedding is on a grand scale. pára — 1. something put out for public use for free. Pára gastu ning puspuru, These matches are for public use; 1a. player on a team used for minor duties which are not significant enough to warrant the expenditure of a major team member; 2. for one’s personal use. Kining kutsi pára gastu. Dílì paabángan, This car is for personal use, not for rent. galastúhan, galastuhan, kagastúhan n. expenses to be incurred. di- see digastu. -s see gastu, n, a. -su a. expensive, requiring lots of money. Gastúsu kaáyu ang pagtinir ug kutsi, It’s very expensive to have a car; v. entail lots of expense.


gastub

Cebuano

see gás.


gasulína

Cebuano

n. 1. gasoline; 2. food or drinks to provide a bit of energy (slang). Magkarga tag gasulína, Let’s have something to eat, take a little snort; v. 1. put gasoline into; 2. eat something as a snack, or take some liquor for energy. Gasulináhi siya arun mukanta, Give him a little snort so he will sing. -dur(→) accelerator on a motor vehicle. gasulinahan n. gasoline station.


gata

Cebuano

coconut


gatà

Cebuano

n. juice squeezed from coconut meat; v. cook something with the juice of coconut meat. Gatai ang mangkù arun lamían ang sabaw, Cook the mackerel with coconut juice so we’ll have a delicious sauce. ginat-an n. 1. something cooked with coconut juice; 2. kind of sweet soup containing sticky rice, corn, taro, and sweet potatoes cooked in coconut juice.


gátal

Cebuano

see gátaw, v.


gatang, gátang

Cebuano

v. divide into portions. Naggatang kug nangkà pára ibaligyà, I cut a jackfruit into portions to sell. Gatánga ang sibúyas, Apportion the onions into bunches. -in- n. cut into portions. Ginátang ang pagbaligyag bábuy, They sell the pork by portions.


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