List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 60

gulpi

Cebuano

a. 1. be done in great numbers at one time. Gulpi nang isdáa makúhà kay timputimpu man nà, That fish is caught in great quantity because it comes in seasonally; 2. be done in great force or intensity. Gulpi mangasábà ang ámung ámu, Our boss scolds us very harshly. Gulpi nga pagkaigù ang íyang suwang, His chin was hit very hard; v. 1. do something in large quantity at one time. Ayaw gulpíha pagkúhà kay muángal ang tag-íya, Don’t take a lot because the owner won’t like it. 2. do something with great intensity or force. Ayaw gulpíha pagbúnal ang bátà, Don’t beat the child severely. Nagulpihan ra nímu paghugut ang grípu, You closed the faucet too tight. — digúlat (not without l) a. boastful, braggart (slang); v. become boastful.



gulub

Cebuano

v. slice a piece or part of something with a single motion. Siyay naggulub sa kúgun, She cut down the saw grass. Guluban tika sa inasal, I’ll slice a piece of the roast pig for you; n. a piece or a part cut off of something with a single motion. Duha ka dagkung gulub sa kík ang nahurut, They consumed two large slices of cake. pa- v. have someone cut something off. Magpagulub siya sa íyang buhuk, She will have her hair cut short.


gulubgulub

Cebuano

v. mumble words unintelligibly, usually in dissatisfaction. Súkul gihápun nang maggulubgulub ug kasab-an, If you mumble when you are scolded, it is still an act of defiance.


gulunggulung

Cebuano

n. baby’s rattle.


gulut

Cebuano

n. 1. crease or long indentation in a surface. Gulut sa líug, A crease in the neck; 1a. a portion of bread broken off at an indentation in the crust. Usa ka gulut pán, A hunk of bread; 2. incision made in meat; 3. a piece, slice, or part of something Usa ka gulut nga isdà, A slice of fish; v. 1. get creases or become filled with folds. Migulut ang íyang tiyan sa katambuk, His stomach become creased with fat; 1a. become wrinkled. Nagulut ang íyang sinínà, Her dress got wrinkled; 2. make an incision in something Kinsay migulut sa lamísa nga bag-ung pinintálan? Who made a cut on the newly painted table? Guluta (guluti) ang isdang asinun, Cut an incision into the fish to salt it. 3. slice into pieces. Naggulut ku sa karni nga lat-an, I was cutting the meat into pieces to stew it; a. scarred, wrinkled. Gulut nga kapáyas, A scarred (wrinkled) papaya.


gulwà

Cebuano

v. go out, come out in a hesitant or forced manner. Dì mugulwà ang kágang ug náay táwu, The land crab won’t come out if there are people around. Dì makagulwà ang nánà sa hubag ug dì pislítun, The pus in the boil will not come out if you don’t squeeze it.


gum-os

Cebuano

n. wrinkle


gum-ot

Cebuano

crumple


gum-us

Cebuano

a. 1. wrinkled, crumpled. Gum-us ang sinínà, The shirt is wrinkled; 2. for hair to be disorderly, tangled. Gum-us ang íyang buhuk, She has tangled hair; 3. for a woman to be unchaste; v. 1. wrinkle, crumple. Ayawg gum-úsa ang papil, Don’t crumple the paper; 2. disarrange hair; 3. dishonor a woman by making love to her. Akuy mugum-us ánang istriktang dakù, I’ll deflower that professional virgin; n. wrinkle in cloth, paper, and the like.


gum-uson

Cebuano

adj. wrinkled


gum-ut

Cebuano

a. 1. see gum-us, a 1; 2. sullen in expression; v. 1. see gum-us, v 1; 2. be sour faced. Maggum-ut dáyun nang íyang hitsúra kun supákun, He gets a sour expression when someone opposes him; n. see gum-us, n. sa- see sagum-ut.


gúma

Cebuano

n. 1. rubber. Punúan sa gúma, Rubber tree; 2. rubber tire. Hiyúsi ang gúma sa awtu, Deflate the tires of the car; 3. stuff, put in cloth to give weight; 4. see di-; v. 1. see di-; 2. be filled with excitement or eagerness for something Gumáhan ang mga bátà ug náay bag-ung sinínà, The children get filled with excitement over new clothes. Gigumáhan kaáyu siya pag-adtu sa parti, She was all excited about going to the party. gumagúma v. wear rubber shoes on an inappropriate occasion or place. Gumagumáhan lang nímu ang simbahan, You’re wearing tennis shoes to church. di- 1. of rubber; 2. rubber shoes; v. wear rubber shoes. gumáhan n. rubber plantation. gumáhun a. for cloth to have something mixed in it to give it weight. Panaptung gumáhun, Weighted cloth.


gumagamit

Cebuano

consumer


gumagawas

Cebuano

outgoing


gumaran

Cebuano

n. philosophy


gumawa

Cebuano

make


gumbol

Cebuano

gripe


gumbol

Cebuano

grumble


gumbul

Cebuano

v. complain to express dissatisfaction over something Gisúsi na kun unsay gigumbúlan sa miaklas, They investigated the strikers’ complaints; n. complaint. -an(→) a. fond of complaining; v. get to be a grumbler.


gumikan niini

Cebuano

adv. therefore


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