Meaning of gaan

gaan

Cebuano

adj. light



gaan

Cebuano

a. 1. light, not heavy in weight. Gaan ka kay kanákù, You’re lighter than I am. 2. easy, not strenuous. Gaan nga búhat, Light jobs; 3. not grave. Gaan ra ang sílut, The sentence was too lenient. — ug buut 1. in a good mood, having a light disposition by nature; 2. somewhat mentally deranged. — ang dugù having specially good feelings toward a person. Parinti diay nákù maung gaan ang ákung dugù níya, I have special feelings for him as he turned out to be a relative of mine. — ug kamut 1. quick to lift a hand when provoked. Manumbag kun masukù ang gaan ug kamut, A quick-tempered person lifts his hand when angry; 2. quick to get at or steal something without being noticed; 3. good at drawing or doing things with hands. Himúang dibuhista kining batáa kay gaan ug kamut, Make this child an artist because he has creative hands. — ang láwas feel better after an illness. Gaan na ang ákung láwas human kaindiksiyuni, I feel better now after the injection. — ug sulti speak in a disorganized way as if mentally deranged. — ug úlu have a light-headed feeling from lack of sleep, seasickness, and the like; v. 1. become light. Mugaan kanang ímung gipas-an kun kuháag katungà, Your load will be lightened if you remove half of it. Gigaanan ku sa trabáhu, I consider the work not strenuous; 2. lessen in intensity. Ang pagtug-an makagaan (makapagaan) sa sintinsiya, If you confess, your sentence will be lighter. — ang buut v. 1. get to be in good mood; 2. get somewhat deranged. Nigaan ang íyang buut pagkamatay sa íyang anak, She went nearly crazy when her son died. — ang láwas v. get recovered from an illness. — ang úlu v. get light-headed from lack of sleep, airsickness, etc.