Meaning of gabii

gabii

Cebuano

n. evening



gabii

Cebuano

n. night


gabíi

Cebuano

n. 1. night; 2. see ka-. gabhiúna n. particular night. Niánang gabhiúna walà mahimutang si Liliya, That night Lily could not rest; v. 1. be night. Mugabíi na ang alas singku, It gets to be night at five o’clock. Magkítà sila magabíi, They see each other at night; 2. do something until night. Maggabíi tag tuun, Let’s study until night; 3. be overtaken by night. Nagabhian (nagabin-an) siya sa íyang pagpaúlì, He was overtaken by night on his way home. pa-(→), paka-(→), pa-, paka- v. 1. spend the night. Nagpagabíi (nagpagabii, nagpakagabíi) sila sa mutil, They spent the night in a motel; 2. allow oneself to be overtaken by night. Ug magpagabii (magpakagabíi) ka sa ímung lakaw, piligru kaáyu, It will be dangerous for you if you allow yourself to be overtaken by night while you are out. panghi- v. for it to be almost night. Manghigabíi tingáli siya muanhi, He’ll get here round about nightfall. Culu-, gabiigabíi evenings. Malígù siya gabiigabíi, He swims in the evening. -in-(→) a. happening every night. Ginabii ang ílang dúlà sa hay-alay, They play Jai-Alai every night. ka- last night. Ang pulis gipatay kagabíi, The policeman was killed last night. kagabhíun n. nighttime. gabhíun, gabhiánun a. taking place at night. Ang gabhíung (gabhiánung) tulumanun sa radiyu, The evening program on the radio.