List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 58

guhit

Cebuano

stripe



gúhù

Cebuano

see gulhù.


guitguit

Cebuano

n. layers of dirt on the body, teeth. Ang guitguit sa íyang líug katamnan ug sibúyas, You could plant onions in the layers of dirt on his neck; v. become covered with layers of dirt. Ang íyang ngípun giguitguitan (nangguitguit) sa talìtì, His teeth are thick with tartar.


guk-ung

Cebuano

v. be sitting or perched s.w. where one is easily visible. Dakung táwu nga nagguk-ung sa paril, A large man perched on the wall.


gukam

Cebuano

a. clumsy. Gukam kaáyu siyang manlihuklihuk, She moves clumsily. ka-(←) v. have difficulty in carrying more than one can hold. Nagkagúkam siyag dala sa mga libru, She had great difficulty carrying all of the books.


gukan

Cebuano

v. for the breast to be flowing over with milk. Maggukan ang súsu basta subra ug gátas ang inahan, If the mother has too much milk it tends to drip out. Gigukanan na ang bag-ung nanganak, The new mother’s milk is already flowing.


gúkang

Cebuano

see gukam.


gukdanay

Cebuano

n. chase


guknat

Cebuano

v. set out to go s.w. Sayu nga miguknat ang magdadaru sa báy arun magdáru, The farmer left the house early to go plowing.


gukod

Cebuano

obsession


gukod

Cebuano

persecute


gukù

Cebuano

v. bent, bowed, crouched. Migukù si Tim arun dílì masungkù, Tim bent low so he would not bump his head. Nagukù (migukù) na siya sa pagsinulat, He has become stoop-shouldered from too much writing; a. hunched, bent over.


gukud, gúkud

Cebuano

v. 1. run after, give chase. May irung naggukud, There’s a dog running after us. Gukdun tag patrul ning ímung drinayban, A police car will chase us if you keep on driving like this; 2. pursue someone to get revenge; persecute. Gigukud ni Níru ang mga Kristiyánus, Nero persecuted the Christians. Gigukud sa baláud ang pagdinamíta, Dynamite fishing is illegal. Gigukud si Buy sa gunting, Boy is badly in need of a haircut (being chased by the scissors). Gigukud ka sa sabun, You are badly in need of a bath (soap is chasing you). 3. catch up with someone after chasing him. Diin ka higukdi? Where did they catch up with you? n. chase. gukdánay, ginukdánay v. chasing one another. magukdánun a. persecuting, vindictive. gukdunun n. something chased. Daghan siyag uyab kay gukdunun kaáyug babáyi, He has lots of girl friends because he has a strong appeal to women.


gúl

Cebuano

n. 1. goal in a game; 2. basketball ring; 3. the opposite area in checkers to which the pieces are moved; v. 1. make a goal. Wà mi makagúl, We didn’t make any goals; 2. move a checker piece to the opposite side.


gul-anan

Cebuano

egress


gul-anan

Cebuano

n. exit


gul-anan

Cebuano

n. vent


gul-anan

Cebuano

outlet


gúla

Cebuano

a. for food not to be cooked well such that some parts of it are still raw; v. be half-cooked. Nagúwa pagkalútù nang bibingka, That rice cake is only half-baked. Daghang sustansya ang atay nga guwáhun (igúwa) paglútù, Pork liver cooked rare is nourishing.


gula

Cebuano

protude


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