List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 62

gunas

Cebuano

n. grain texture, surface structure of wood.



gúnat

Cebuano

n. texture of meat. Pínu ang gúnat sa manuk kay sa báka, The texture of chicken meat is finer than that of beef.


gunaw, gúnaw

Cebuano

v. 1. melt, dissolve something Usa ra ka bumba ang migúnaw sa isla, One bomb was enough to obliterate the island. Mugúnaw (magúnaw) ang kandílà kun idangdang mu sa kaláyu, A candle will melt if you place it near a fire. Naggúnaw siyag tinggà nga himúung pamatu, He melted some lead to make into a sinker. Igúnaw (gunáwa) sa túbig ang pulbus nga gátas, Dissolve the powdered milk in water; 2. disappear as if melted. Usáhay anhà ra sa piskalíya magúnaw ug mamatay ang kásu, Sometimes the cases dissolve in the fiscal’s office and meet their end.


gundyà

Cebuano

see ganína (dialectal).


gúnga

Cebuano

v. for the nostrils to spread apart, make them spread apart. Migúnga ang íyang ilung kay dúna siyay natimahuan, His nostrils spread because he smelled something n. amount the nostrils are dilated; a. for the nostrils to be large. gungahun a. having large nostrils.


gunggung

Cebuano

1; n. grunts (Theraponidae) similar in appearance to the bugáung but very small; 2. name given to slow-witted persons.


gunggung

Cebuano

v. broil small dried fish by putting them in a dish with embers and shaking the dish back and forth.


gunggung

Cebuano

v. for a wound to swell. Dì makagunggung ang samad ug tambálag maáyu, The wound won’t swell if it is treated carefully.


gúngì

Cebuano

v. 1. break something off of something Gigúngì níya ang mga butúnis sa íyang dintru, He plucked the buttons off his shirt. Gungían ta kag sanga, I’ll break a branch off for you. Magúngì nang daplin sa kahun ug ímung ibundak, The edge of that box will break off if you hurl it down; 2. pick something out with a small stick or midrib. Kwarta ang íyang igúngì sa ákung barugánan, He will use money to pry me loose from my stand; 3. cut into small slices, segments; n. 1. small sticks or slivers; 2. midrib of palm; 3. something small and pointed that can be broken off like the tooth of a comb.


gúngut

Cebuano

v. 1. pierce into something and remain immobile there. Migúngut ang udiyung sa bukubuku, The dart was stuck firmly into his back; 2. be stuck so that it can’t move. Nakagúngut na ang mga sinumpayan sa silya, The joints in the chair have set; 3. be fixed, immobile. Ang íyang mga mata migúngut sa kisami, His eyes were fixed to the ceiling.


gunhub

Cebuano

see gun-ub.


gunit

Cebuano

adhere


gunit

Cebuano

grasp


gunit

Cebuano

n. hold


gúnit

Cebuano

v. 1. hold on to something to keep it from falling. Guníti pag-áyu arun dì muhilus, Hold it well so it won’t slip; 1a. ígù rang — sa dalunggan barely get a passing grade; 2. hold hands. Makiggúnit giyud siya kun manlákaw mi, She insists on holding hands with me when we go out; 3. hold something so as to keep it. Kinsa may naggúnit sa átung trupi? Who is holding our trophy? 4. get to touch. Bisan usa ka dakù sa íyang swildu dì ku kagúnit, I can’t get my hands on even one penny of his salary; 5. handle or play something skillfully. Kamau kang mugúnit sa sista? Do you know how to play the guitar? 5a. handle something Maáyu siyang mugúnit sa íyang nigusyu, He handles his business well. paN- v. 1. hold fast onto something to keep from falling. Panggúnit arun dì ka mahúlug, Hold on tight so you won’t fall; 2. — sa dalunggan hold on to your hats. Panggúnit sa dalunggan. Magpahaybul ta, Hold on to your hats. We’re going to put on the gas.


gunitanan

Cebuano

knob


gunitanan

Cebuano

v. clutch


n. doorknob


n. knob


gúns

Cebuano

n. goon, hired thugs.


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