List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 49

giugmad

Cebuano

v. established



giugmad

Cebuano

v. was set up


giuhaw

Cebuano

adj. thristy


giuhaw

Cebuano

thirsty


giuhaw sa dugo

Cebuano

bloodthirsty


giuk, gíuk

Cebuano

v. remove grain from rice stalks with the feet. Gigiuk níla ang humay, They threshed the rice.


giunsa

Cebuano

how


giurog

Cebuano

stylish


gíut

Cebuano

a. tight with barely enough space because of closeness, proximity in distance. Gíut ang mga káhuy niánang bungtúra, The trees are dense on that hill; v. squeeze into a narrow space, be closely packed. Mugíut lang ta bísan punù sa mga táwu, We will just squeeze in even if it’s filled with people. Gigíut níla sa láta ang mga papílis, They squeezed the papers into the can.


giutgan

Cebuano

v. have an erection


giuyonan

Cebuano

v. agree (on)


giwang

Cebuano

n. fissure, narrow crack; v. make a fissure in. Giwangi ang ilisánan kay manglìlì ta, Make a slit in the dressing room so we can peep inside.


giwánun

Cebuano

n. fresh-water spring near the seashore, tasting a bit salty.


giwatay

Cebuano

a. badly torn; tattered; v. get badly torn, tear something to shreds. Naggiwatay ang mga ituy sa linadlad, The puppies tore the laundry into shreds. Nagkagiwatay ang íyang bisti, Her dress was all tattered and torn.


gíwit

Cebuano

v. torn into shreds. Nagkagíwit na giyud kaáyu ang mga kurtína, My curtains are torn to pieces from use. giwitgiwit a. badly torn, tattered. Giwitgiwit intáwun kaáyug sinínà ang makalilímus, The beggar’s clothes are in tatters; v. be, become badly torn.


giya

Cebuano

conduct


giya

Cebuano

n. guide


giya

Cebuano

steer


gíya

Cebuano

v. lead the way, guide someone to a place. Ang kumpas mauy maggíya sa barku, The compass guides the ship. Gigyáhan silag Manúbù, They were guided by a Manobo tribesman; n. 1. guide; 2a. tie rod of the steering system of a motor vehicle; 2b. steering cable in a boat which connects the steering wheel and the rudder; 3. a line with a ball of rope on one end and the other attached to the towline of a ship. When the ship docks it is tossed to the wharf so as to bring the boat’s towline with it.


giyakan

Cebuano

adj. threshing machine


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