List of Cebuano words starting with the letter G - Page 9

galbanisádu

Cebuano

n. galvanized.



galeriya

Cebuano

n. gallery


galgal

Cebuano

v. entice someone to do something that leads to eventual misfortune. Nanggalgal siya nákù pagpangábang, He talked me into getting a prostitute. -an(→) a. fond of enticing people into doing things bad for them. -un a. tempting, enticing. Nahiráda ku sa magalgálun níyang pahíyum, I fell a victim to her seductive smile.


galhà

Cebuano

a. warm and airless; v. be, become warm and airless. Mugalhà (magalhà) ang kwartu basta daghang táwu sa sulud, The room will become hot if there are too many people inside. Gigalhà ka ba? Do you feel warm? Gigalháan ka ba áning kwartúha? Do you consider this room hot?


galhab

Cebuano

v. make a large, gaping tear or hole. Dinamíta ang nakagalhab sa kílid sa dinamitíru, Dynamite explosion made a gaping wound on the fisherman’s side. Galhábun ku ang ímung sinínà kun dì nímu hubúun, I’ll rip your dress if you don’t take it off; n. tear, wound; a. having a gaping wound or tear.


gálì

Cebuano

see gánì.


galihíra

Cebuano

n. printer’s galley.


galing

Cebuano

grind


gáling

Cebuano

see ugáling.


galing

Cebuano

v. 1. mill something or grind in a mill. Mugaling sila sa tubu run, They’ll mill the sugarcane now. Galinga ang kapi, Grind the coffee; 2. turn a wheel or crank to run some sort of machine; 2a. spin cotton into thread; 2b. turn the crank of a cable; 3. make a motion picture. Ang ‘Safari’ didtu níla galinga sa Aprika, ‘Safari’ was filmed in Africa. (←) v. do intense milling. Naggáling run sa tubu kay madáut ug taudtauran, They are rushing to mill the sugarcane now because it will spoil if the milling is delayed. -an n. 1. mill for grinding something; 2. spinning wheel. galinggaling n. another name for the bug called daging, so called because children play with it, tying a string to its waist and letting it fly around in circles.


gáling

Cebuano

v. make a post, tree, or anything rooted to the ground face a different direction or straighten up without removing it from its foundations or roots by means of ropes. Galíngun nátù ang dakung mangga, Let’s straighten up the mango tree. — nang — words uttered while letting a baby stand on one’s lap and allowing it to sway back and forth. galinggáling v. move or rock sidewise something rooted or stuck, usually to loosen it. Gigalinggáling níya ang pusti nga íyang hulbútun, He moved the post that he is going to uproot back and forth.


galingan

Cebuano

aguran


galingan

Cebuano

mill


galingan

Cebuano

n. grinder


galingan

Cebuano

n. grindstone


n. windmill


galiríya

Cebuano

n. gallery, place for the general public.


galit

Cebuano

angry


galmù

Cebuano

a. for food to be spoiled or damaged from too much touching. Galmù na ang sud-an nga gipunáyag híkap, The dish has become spoiled because they kept touching it; v. become spoiled or damaged by too much touching.


galon

Cebuano

n. gallon


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