List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 64

guput

Cebuano

v. tie something around the ends of bamboo, sticks, rattan, and the like which have been woven or fashioned into something in order to hold it together. Gupti ang daplin sa nígu arun dì mabuskad, Wind something around the edges of the winnowing tray so it won’t come undone; n. something tied around the edges of something woven of bamboo, rattan, etc. to hold it together.



gúra

Cebuano

n; a. cap with a short visor; v. wear such a cap. Naggúra ang mga hiníti, Jockeys wear caps with visors.


gurámi

Cebuano

n. gourami, a fresh-water food fish: Osphronemus goramy.


guratsa

Cebuano

see kuratsa.


guray-ut

Cebuano

a. 1. dilapidated, worn-down structure, shabby, ragged in dress. Guray-ut nga barungbárung, A dilapidated shanty. Guray-ut ug pamisti nga makililímus, A shabbily dressed beggar; 2. exhausted look. Guray-ut ug panagway, Worn-out face; v. 1. get to be dilapidated, shabby; 2. get an exhausted look on the face. Ngánung nagguray-ut gud nang dagway mu? Gibwágan ka? Why do you look so haggard? Did your girl friend break up with you? -un a. frowning, tired-looking face.


gurayan

Cebuano

n. kind of small anchovy.


gurdu

Cebuano

see dyakpat.


guro

Cebuano

teacher


guroy

Cebuano

hale


guroy

Cebuano

lug


gurùgurù

Cebuano

n. irregular, rough wrinkles in the skin; v. for the face to be deeply wrinkled. Nanggurùgurù ang nawung sa tigúwang, The old woman’s face is covered with wrinkles.


gurumíti

Cebuano

see grumíti.


gurung

Cebuano

n. large pile of unthreshed rice.


gurunggurung

Cebuano

see garanggarang.


gurutgurut

Cebuano

a. rough and covered with fine wrinkles. Gurutgurut kaáyu ang ákung mga kamut tungud sa kadúgay nga pagpanglaba, My hands got all wrinkled from washing clothes so long; v. get to be rough and covered with fine wrinkles. -un a. having a wrinkled face.


gúruy

Cebuano

see gúyud.


guryun

Cebuano

n. kind of sparrow: Passer montanus.


gus-ap

Cebuano

v. chew to pieces. Gus-ápun nang baskit sa ituy, The puppy will chew up that basket.


gusà

Cebuano

v. for a child to be restless, fussy. Ang kaínit mauy nakagusà (nakapagusà) níya, The heat caused him to be fussy.


gusa

Cebuano

v. have a tight feeling in the stomach from something one ate. Mugusa ímung tiyan ug dì ka kahilísan, Your stomach will feel tight if you have indigestion. Gigushan ku sa tantung káun, I got a tight stomach because I ate too much; n. condition of having a very tight stomach.


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