List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter G - Page 10

garapón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garrafon) A large decanter or carafe; carboy, demijohn.



garás

Hiligaynon

Rough, unpolished, provincial, uncultivated, uneven, rude, rustic, not smooth; to be or become rough, etc. Garás nga hénero, papél, lamésa, hámbal, etc. Rough cloth, paper, a rough table, rude or coarse speech, etc. (see magarás).


gáraw

Hiligaynon

The opening in a lobster-pot or other kind of trap. The animal can enter, but cannot get out owing to points around the opening that turn inwards. (gálaw id.).


garáy

Hiligaynon

Saying, saw, proverb, maxim, dictum, aphorism, truism, adage, motto, epigram. (see hurubáton).


garáy-garáy

Hiligaynon

Dim. of garáy.


garbánso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garbanzo) The chick-pea, tare, garvance, dried peas.


gárbo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garbo) Elegance, ease, distinction, dignity, graceful carriage or demeanour; to have or show elegant airs or gracefulness; show off, pretend, put on airs, give oneself airs, assume superiority, be pretentious, natty, genteel. Garbohí siá. Show him your graceful bearing. Indì ka magpagárbo. Don't be ostentatious, don't show off. Sang pagkitaáy námon buót siá magpagárbo sa ákon. When we met she wanted to impress me with her elegance. (see aíre, padayáw, kiáykíay, kisáykísay, etc.).


garbóso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garboso) Elegant, spruce, spick and span, natty, dapper, genteel, graceful; ostentatious, giving oneself airs, displaying elegance of manner, etc. (see elegánte, dikumpotók, hípig, agrót, hámbug, hádak, apót, bugalón, etc.).


garí-gári

Hiligaynon

(B) To provoke, tease, urge on, incite. (see galít, garít, súdyot, tulúd).


gáring

Hiligaynon

(B) See ugáling id.


gáring, garíng

Hiligaynon

(B) See gáling, galíng id.


garís

Hiligaynon

Restless, lively, naughty; to be or become restless, etc. Garís nga bátà, táo, etc. A naughty boy, a restless man, etc. (see harásharás, darándarán).


garís

Hiligaynon

Severe, cruel. See barís.


(B) See galít, galítgalít id.


garíta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garita) Sentry-box, guard-house, observation-post. (see bantáyan).


garnátsa

Hiligaynon

To spend to no purpose, to waste. (see garanátsa, granátsa).


garó-garó

Hiligaynon

A talker, chatterer, chatterbox; glib, garrulous, loquacious, talkative, talking at random, rambling in one's conversation, voluble in one's speech, unreliable, untruthful; to prattle, chatter, babble, talk without consideration or without scruple as to whether a thing is true or not. Garógaró nga táo. A great talker, chatterbox. Indì ka maggarógaró. Don't talk at random. Gingarógarohán akó níya. He talked to me in a careless, thoughtless manner. (see tarádag, wákal, hádak, búrà, etc.).


garók

Hiligaynon

Riot, commotion, turbulence, tumult, turmoil, uproar; to disturb, cause a commotion, etc. See gamú. Ginagarokán ang bánwa. The town is in an uproar.


garók

Hiligaynon

Rotten, decayed, etc. See gabúk, dunút.


garót

Hiligaynon

Near together, dense, thick, packed, crowded; voluble of speech. Garót nga pagtánum. Close-set rice-planting. Iníng kalubihán garót kaáyo. This coconut plantation is too thickly set. Garót ang íya nga hámbal. He talks very quickly or volubly. (see íkit, sorótsot).


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