List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 3

gabing

Cebuano

v. close up a rip, join two pieces of cloth together by sewing or pinning. Ákung gabingun (igabing) ang duha ka ngilit, I’ll join the two edges. Ákung gabingan ang gisì, I’ll close up the tear; n. closure made by sewing two edges together. -in-an n. aperture that has been sewed or pinned together.



gabiníti

Cebuano

n. government cabinet.


gabling

Cebuano

v. push or pull to the side. Gigabling sa iskultur ang tabun sa istatúwa, The sculptor pulled the cover off the statue; 2. snatch in a sidewise motion. Migabling siya sa íyang pitáka, He snatched her purse. Gablínga (gablinga, igabling) ang takup sa pultahan, Pull the door shutter to the side.


gabnut

Cebuano

v. pull up and uproot something flexible with a jerk. Nagabnut (nagabnutan) ku man pag-apil ang mga búlak nga gitanum, I accidentally pulled out the flowers along with the weeds. Ákung gigabnut ang íyang buhuk, I pulled her hair.


gabok

Cebuano

adj. brittle


gabok

Cebuano

adj. flimsy


gabon

Cebuano

n. cloud


gabot

Cebuano

adj. crumpled


gábù

Cebuano

v. heat medicinal herbs wrapped in banana leaves over live coals before applying them. Maggábù kug mga sagibunhun pára sa ryúma ni Tátay, I’ll warm medicinal herbs for Father’s rheumatism.


gabù, gábù

Cebuano

v. pull out by the roots. Gabúa lang ang mga balíli arun dì muturuk pag-usab, Just pull out the grass by the roots so it won’t grow back.


gabuk

Cebuano

a. 1. for wood and fiber to be weakened from decay. Nabugtù ang písì kay gabuk na diay, The rope broke because it was already rotten; 2. not well-founded, unsound. Tinuhúang gabuk, Unsound religions. — ug balatían readily persuaded. Kagabuk nímug balatían! Misálig ka man dáyun níya, How easily you are persuaded! You believed him right away! — ug láwas tending to get sick easily. — ug tinái having a lousy stomach; v. for wood or fibers to get decayed and weak. Nagkagabuk na kining sawug, This floor is beginning to rot. Ang káhuyng maáyung gamítun mau kanang wà pa gabka (gabuka), The best wood to use is the kind that has not begun to decay yet.


gabuk

Cebuano

n. kind of univalve.


gábun

Cebuano

n. fog; v. be covered with fog. Mugábun (gabúnan) ang búkid sa sayung kabuntágun, On early mornings the mountains are covered with fog. -un a. foggy.


gabun

Cebuano

see muung.


gabun, gábun

Cebuano

n. kind of half-woody herb, the leaves of which have medicinal uses: Blumea balsamifera.


gabunon

Cebuano

adj. cloudy


gabunon

Cebuano

adj. hazy


gábut

Cebuano

v. pull out plants not in a careful way. Ang lagwirta gigabútan na sa mga sagbut, The weeds in the yard have been pulled out now. -in- n. fatty tissue attached to the lining of the pig’s abdomen and rib cage which can be removed by simply pulling it off. -un(→) n. something that can be pulled out without digging. Maning gabutun, A variety of peanut that is just pulled out when harvested because the nuts hang on to the roots.


gádim

Cebuano

v. say god damn. Gadímun ka giyug magsurangsurang ka, He’ll say god damn to you if you pester him.


gadímit

Cebuano

expression of annoyance. Gadímit ning tawhána, Damn that guy.


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