List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 57

gubut

Cebuano

a. 1. tangled. Gubut ang íyang buhuk nga gitís, Her hair was all tangled because it had been teased; 2. disorderly, topsy-turvy. Panghípus kay gubut ang kwartu, Straighten out your room because it’s all in disorder; 3. full of trouble and ill feeling. Gubut ang ílang panimuyù kay way pagsinabtanay, Their family life is full of trouble because there’s no understanding. — ang hunàhúnà troubled, confused mind. Dì ku mahinultul kay gubut ang ákung hunàhúnà, I don’t know what to do because my mind is confused and troubled. — ug pálad for a woman to have her life bothered by too many suitors. (Lit. Having palms with lines criss-crossing each other in a disorderly way.) n. trouble, discord. Arun way gubut angáyun mug hátag, So there won’t be any trouble each of you will be given an equal share; v. 1. entangle, be tangled up. Ayaw gubta ang iskuhídu kay dúgay husáyun, Do not tangle up the fine abaca fiber because it takes time to comb it out; 2. put into disorder. Nagubut ang balay kay nagdúlà ang mga bátà, The house is in a mess because the children were playing in it. 3. create trouble among several people. Gubta ang ílang míting arun maundang, Make trouble in their meeting so it will break up. Ang pirmi nílang kagubtan mau ang kwarta, Money is what they always quarrel about. Gisalída na ang gikagubtang sini nga law-ay, They are showing the obscene film that was the cause of so much controversy. (←) v. be in utter confusion. Naggubut ang ákung hunàhúnà tungud sa ámung panagbángì, My mind is troubled because of our quarrel. Nagkagúbut ang hílu, The thread is completely tangled up; n. commotion due to a fight. Nanambù mi arun pagtan-aw sa gúbut, We looked out of the window to watch the commotion. gubutgúbut n. squabbles, fights over something trivial; v. for there to be squabbles or fights over something trivial. Ug maggubutgúbut ang míting, If there are squabbles in the meeting. ka-(←) n. 1. troubled, confused state; 2. major hostilities such as war, revolution. Namakwit mi panahun sa kagúbut, We evacuated during the war. magubtánun a. 1. full of disorder; 2. bring disorder. maN-r- a. troublemaker, disturber of the peace.



gubyirnu

Cebuano

see gubirnu.


gud

Cebuano

[deictic, demonstrative pron.] very


gud

Cebuano

[deictic, demonstrative pron.] very!


gud

Cebuano

short for ugud.


gugma

Cebuano

n. esteem


gugma

Cebuano

n. love


gugma

Cebuano

n. love. Krás lang nà dì gugma, That’s not love. That’s just a crush. Gugma sa inahan, A mother’s love. Dakù ang gugma níya sa pagpangabáyù, He has a great love for horseback riding. hi-/ha- v. 1. love someone Makahigugma kahà kag disgrasyáda? Can you love a girl that is no longer a virgin? Higugmáun ku ikaw kanúnay, I will love you always; 2. like something Mahigugma kung mukáun ug úbas, I love to eat grapes; 3. learn to love someone Sa nadúgay nahagugma ra siya nákù, As time went on, she learned to love me. Ang íyang dagway mahagugmaan lámang sa inahan, Only a mother could love that face. higugmaay, hinigugmaay v. be in love. -in- n. 1. loved one; 2. sweetheart. mahigugmáun a. 1. loving, affectionate; 2. fond of. Mahigugmáun siyag sáyaw, She is fond of dancing. gugmagugma n. matters regarding love and courtship. Kun maglikay ka sa gugmagugma matigúlang kang dalága, If you avoid love affairs you’ll become an old maid. gugmahánun a. pertaining to love. Gisinsur ang gugmahánun nílang isína kay hílas, Their love scene was censored because it was obscene.


gugma

Cebuano

n. romance


gugol

Cebuano

spend


gúgu

Cebuano

see balúnus.


gúgul

Cebuano

see gulgul.


gugul, gúgul

Cebuano

v. 1. spend money on, appropriate money. Ug gugulan nang baláya ug kinsi mil, gwápu giyud, If you spend fifteen thousand on that house, it will be beautiful; 2. spend time, effort. Wà kuy panahung igúgul (gugúlun) sa binúang, I have no time to spend on foolishness; n. amount allotted for something a. entailing great expense. Gúgul kaáyu ning magsunudsúnud ta sa múda, It’s very expensive to keep going with fashions. ma-un n. spendthrift.


gúgul, guguls

Cebuano

n. sunglasses; v. wear sunglasses.


guhà

Cebuano

see gihì.


guhab, gúhab

Cebuano

see galhab.


guhang

Cebuano

n. hole which penetrates to the back or other side. May dakung guhang ang ímung sinínà, Your dress has a big hole; v. make a hole. Giguhangan sa mga prísu ang bungbung ug ígung agían, The prisoners made a hole in the wall big enough (for them) to pass through. ka-(←) v. full of holes. Nagkagúhang ang atup nga wà libwási, The roof was full of holes because it never was repaired.


guhang, gúhang

Cebuano

n. toddy made from the buri palm.


guhay

Cebuano

v. 1. tear something into strips or shreds; 2. slice a large fish for drying; n. 1. strip torn off of something; 2. slice from a dried fish.


gúhit

Cebuano

n. 1. a line on a drawing; 2. design, drawing; v. 1. line, draw lines on. 2. make a design, draw pictures. guhitguhit v. doodle; n. doodle.


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