List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 67

gut-ub

Cebuano

n. kind of owl.



gutab

Cebuano

see gutlab.


gutad

Cebuano

v. chop something not very hard into pieces using heavy strokes; n. piece chopped off of something gutadgutad v. chop up into pieces. Gutadgutara nang kalbásà, Chop the squash up into pieces.


gutang

Cebuano

v. 1. develop cracks in the calluses of the feet from going barefoot. Gigutang (gigutangan) ang mga bakwit kay wà maánad ug tiniil, The evacuees developed cracks in the soles of their feet because they were not accustomed to going barefoot; 2. make a slash, incision in something Gutangun (gutangan) ku unyà nang agtang mu, I’ll slash your forehead; n. 1. cracks in the calluses of the feet; 2. a slash, incision.


gútas

Cebuano

n; a. bitter, black medicinal liquid taken for stomach ailments and also used as an abortifacient. — amargas see gútas.


gutay

Cebuano

v. 1. tear completely into shreds. Mugutay siyag papil nga iadurnu, She will cut paper into shreds to use as decorations; 2. for cloth or paper to weaken to the point that it falls to pieces, cause it to do so. Mugutay ang papil ug bas-un, The paper will weaken if you wet it; a. 1. torn to shreds; 2. weakened to the point of falling apart.


gutgut

Cebuano

v. 1. cut, mark something with a slicing motion. Putla ring písì gutgúta lag kutsilyu, Cut this rope with a knife; 2. make a sawing motion on something Kaáyu níyang mugutgut sa byulin, He plays the violin very well; n. instrument used in using a slicing motion on something.


gutì

Cebuano

see gutlì.


gutíba

Cebuano

n. kind of seashell.


gutlab

Cebuano

v. 1. cut a long slash into. Nagutlab ang ákung karsúnis nga nasángit sa lansang, My pants got a long slash in them because they got caught in the nail; 2. cut something with a single long slashing stroke. Gutlaba na lang ang baat, You might as well just cut the string. Sa íyang pagsibsib, nagutlaban ang kamátis. As he was sickling, he accidentally cut some tomato plants down.


gutlì

Cebuano

a. brittle, breaking off easily; v. break off, pick something tiny or soft with the fingers. Ákung gutlían (gutlíun, gutlíhun) ang may udlut sa mga tanum, I’ll pick off the ends of the young shoots.


gutling

Cebuano

jiffy


gutling

Cebuano

n. moment, second, period of time shorter than gutlù.


gutling

Cebuano

n. second


gutlo

Cebuano

n. minute


gutlù

Cebuano

n. 1. minute of time; 2. — nga lúhà teardrop. Manaligdig ang pila ka gutlung lúhà sa pawíkang iháwun, A sea tortoise will shed a few tears when it is about to be slaughtered; 3. lines on the inner parts of the fingers.


gutlub

Cebuano

v. chop something long down, or into pieces. Gutba ang lubi, Cut down the coconut tree; n. a piece cut off of something long. gutlubgutlub v. chop something long into pieces. Gutlubgutluba ang tangígi, Cut the Spanish mackerel into pieces.


gutmon

Cebuano

v. starve


gutom

Cebuano

adj. ravenous


gutom

Cebuano

hungry


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