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

gápus

Hiligaynon

To bind, tie, fetter, trammel, pinion, handcuff, gyve, shackle, manacle, chain, put in bonds. Gapúsa ang íya mga kamót. Bind his hands. Gingápus níla ang báboy, kay dálhon sa tiénda kag ibalígyà. They have trussed up the pig, for they are going to take it to the market to sell it. Gapúsi akó siníng mga manók nga binakál ko. Tie the legs (of some) of these chickens I bought. Igápus akó siníng mga manók. Please tie the legs of these chickens for me. Gindakúp sang polís ang makáwat kag gindalá níla sa bánwa nga nagápus ang íya mga kamót. The police caught the thief and brought him handcuffed to town. (see higót, gáid, bángot).



gará

Hiligaynon

(B) To allure, entice, induce, persuade, prevail upon. Nagará siá sa pagbáile. He was enticed to dance. Gingará siá sa pagtámbong sa íla píknik. They prevailed upon him to assist at their picnic. Garahá siá sa pagupúd sa áton. Persuade him to come along with us. (see gánya).


gará-gára

Hiligaynon

To stroll, roam about, saunter; converse, have social relations with. (see higála, higára).


garabáhan

Hiligaynon

Anxious, afraid, upset, nervous, fearful of grave consequences on account of a small matter, of a slight illness, etc. Garabáhan siá kaáyo, kay bisán diótay lang ang balatían sang íya anák nagapangúlbà sing dalû. She is very easily upset, for even if her child is but slightly ill, she is trembling all over with fear. (see darabáhan, garapáhan).


garabáyan

Hiligaynon

(B) See galabáyan, gabayán, alobáybay, gabáy.


garagadáng

Hiligaynon

A kind of small frog. (see mánwit, mánlà, pakâ, pánkà). A small drum, tambour. (see tambór, tamból). Not up to the mark or standard, imperfect, not very good, defective. Ang orkésta nga inâ garagadáng gid lang. That orchestra is not very good, (does not play well). (see kúlang, dílì, maáyo, mínus).


garáhe

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garage) Garage, a shelter for automobiles.


garaló

Hiligaynon

Ladle, scoop, dipper, large spoon. (see kalándus, luág, galó).


garámpà

Hiligaynon

Thoughtlessness, carelessness; rash, hasty, happy-go-lucky, listless, heedless, without consideration for the consequences, without distinction or difference; to do in a happy-go-lucky way, etc. Ginagarámpà gid lang níya ang amó nga báyò sa mga ádlaw nga piésta kag sa matagádlaw. She uses the same dress without distinction on feast-days and work-days. Garampaá lang silá nga tanán sang amó nga tráto. Just treat them all alike without distinction. Indì nínyo paggarampaón ang pagsílhig. Don't sweep perfunctorily. (see saláma, pasalipákpak, pasapayán, pasaburák, pasipákpak, dagumák, saguláy).


garanás

Hiligaynon

Knife, especially one used for cutting meshes, repairing nets, etc. (see urutúp, galanás, súndang, kotsílyo, lansítas).


garanátsa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. echar granos) To waste, squander, spend freely, be prodigal, lavish, thriftless, extravagant; spendthrift, improvident. Garanatsahá lang ang pílak mo, kon amó ang buót mo. Waste your money, if such is your will. Ang buhahâ nga táo amó ang nagagaranátsa. The spendthrift squanders money. Napúto siá, kay gingaranátsa gid lang níya ang kwárta. He became bankrupt, because he spent money too freely. (see granátsa, garnátsa, hinguyáng, úsik).


gárang

Hiligaynon

Small thorns, pricks, spines, points of prickles, as on the leaf-stalks of the buri-palm, etc.


garáng-gárang

Hiligaynon

Dim. of gárang. Madámù sing garánggárang iníng tanúm. This plant is covered with sharp prickles.


garángan

Hiligaynon

See galangán.


garansíang

Hiligaynon

A kind of small bird.


garányon

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garañón) A jackass, the male of the ass; wild, noisy, mischievous, rude. Iníng bátà daw kabáyo nga garányon. This boys is-as wild as a jackass,-is very noisy,-is boisterous,-is always up to tricks.


garápa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garrapa) Carafe, decanter.


garapáhan

Hiligaynon

Easily troubled or upset. See garabáhan, darabáhan.


garapáta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garrapata) Tick, sheep-tick. (see kalapáta, id.).


garapátan

Hiligaynon

Common property, in common, joint, that belongs to several persons in common. Garapátan níla iníng kalubihán. This coconut plantation is their joint property, belongs to them in common. (see guráptan, guráput).


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