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gangihtransto strike one metal thing against another, e.g., a boloInggangih kud gumek eya pinway ku ey nebangwah.I hit my bolo on iron and my bolo was broken.Impanggangih mi pinway ey nebahbah pinway tu.We hit each other's bolo and his bolo was destroyed.7.7.1HitiC1-/iN-Class 3E Move an object directionally
gangngawna foot disease2.5.2Disease
gangnguktransto hit against something; to bump against somethingInggangnguk tud lehung etan pa-nay et mabhi.He bumped the rice-wine-jar against the mortar and so it cracked.Neigangnguk hu uluk di tukud.My head hit the post.7.7.1HitiC1-/iN-Class 3E Move an object directionally
gannana health problem or sickness that is incurable, permanent or inherited, e.g., asthma, deafnessNakka um-enuk-uk tep ya gannak ni niyyeh.I am always coughing because of my health problem, asthma.2.5.1Sick
gansungooseWaday idan gansu mi.We have geese.1.6.1.2Bird6.3.6Poultry raising
ganuadv.pred1to do something quickly; to hurryGinaganu tun kinan hu sinapay ni indawat mu. She quickly ate the bread that you gave her.Ganui yun umlaw tep immen ali udan.You go quickly because the rain is coming.Simabutelistugahhuhagedud7.2.1.2Move quickly-en/-in-Class B Time Adverbial Predicates2to hurry to go and do somethingImminah hi Ahab et ganuganun limmaw di leguntan Nabot et pambalin tun legunta tu. (1 Kings 21:16)(King) Ahab got up and hurried to the orchard of Nabot and made it his orchard.anggegannu
gapadna duckling1.6.1.2Bird
gapasnsickle“Alam eya gapas et mu panggapasen neitnem, tep nedatngan law ahianid puyek.” (Revelation 14:15b)You get the sickle and harvest the crop, because the time to harvest on the earth has arrived.6.7Tool
gapattransto include someone in an activity or groupIgepat mu hi Peter di listaan mu.Include Peter in your list.Ya kakinayyaggud ni elaw tu hu nengigepatan dan hi-gatun mekillaw di Lagawe.His good character is the reason they included him to go along to Lagawe.4.2.1.6ParticipateiC1-/iN-Class 3C Move an object and combine it with or attach it to another object
gapgaptransto cut sweet potato leaves into piecesSweet potatoes and their leaves are the main food for pigs.Lakkay ey mu gapgapen etan bulung ni pekkan ni killum.Go and cut those sweet potato leaves to feed the pigs.Kali pamulung nunya tep ginapgap kun nahdem ni emin hu bulung.Go and get sweet potato leaves today because I cut all the sweet potato leaves last night.Simgipgiptagip7.8.3Cut-en/-in-Class 4A Changes the structure of an object
gapusp. var.gapuhvto be the cause or reason for some event or actionYa mengippengngan ni kekakkabbuhhan ni ahhu hu kaumgapun daka pambekkali.Feeding the dog every morning is the reason why they quarrel.Simhulun3.2.2.3Evaluate, test3.2.1.5Logicalum-/-imm-Class 2G Processesgapu tepgaputu
gapu tepcomp. ofgaputepconjthis compound conjunction functions as a predicate meaning the reason being becauseTuwak kalalamhihan Charles gapu tep ya kinelaing tu.Charles disregards me (the reason being) because of his intelligence.9.6.2.5.1Reason
gapuhsp. var. ofgapuThis conjunction marks the reason for the action, activity or event expressed in the main clause.
gapuntransto castrate a roosterGinepun kun nunya tellum peltan da.I castrated three of their roosters today.Heni mettey etan hakey ni peltan ni negapunan da.As if that one rooster was about to die when they castrated it.Hipa ngu agmu pengippegeppuni eyan peltan mu ma-lat tumeba?Why don't you let your rooster be castrated so it will become fat?6.3.8.2Castrate animal-en/-in-Class 4A Changes the structure of an object
gaputucomp. ofgapuadv.predthe reason beingYa gaputun wada hu petang ey tep ya aggew.The reason why there is sunlight is because of the sun.Huyya inamnuan ni neitudek lad Tugun Moses e kantuy ‘Anggebe-hel da-ak ni endi gaputu.’ (John 15:25This fulfills the writing in the Law of Moses that says "They hate me for no reason."
gassinsp. var.gatsin1nfootsteps Heni mu binangkiling hu helik niya muka hellipat-i keglidan ku, anin ya gassin ku. (Job 13:27) It's like you bind my feet with chains and you carefully observe my movements, even my footsteps.This word used as a noun is spelled with two "s" i.e. gassin.1.1nfootprintDakel hu gassin ni ahhu di pitek.There are many dog paw-prints in the mud.2transstep on something; take a stepInggasin ku uleg di dalan. I stepped on a snake on the road.This word used as a verb is spelled with only one "s" i.e. gasin.7.2.1.1WalkiC1-/iN-
gastuv1an expenseEteng hu gastu min nemehwatan min baley mi.We had a huge expense when we built our house.Ey kan etan ni ap-apun sindalu ey “Hedin hi-gak, man et-eteng ginastuk et hannak maibilang ni tuud Rome.” (Acts 22:28a)And the commanding officer said, “As for me, I had to spend/pay a large amount of money before I was counted as a Roman citizen.”Simumah1 16.8.6Money2to spend moneyHi ama nan ina hu nanggastun hi-gak ni nan-adalan ku.My father and my mother spent (money) for me for my education.maN-/naN-
gatangtrans1to buy somethingGettangen tu balwasik ni nelakah.He will buy my shirt that is cheap.Ginetang tu etan kantun pinpinhed tun balwasi.He bought the shirt that he said he liked best.Gimmatang kamin banga ey ngimminan peteg nunya.We bought a pot and it became very expensive now.6.8.4.1Buy-en/-in-, um-/-imm-2to sell somethingInggatang tun emin kukuwah tu tep ya tugal tu.He sold all his property because of his being a gambler.Hi-gatu annengigetang ni payew mi.He was the one who sold our field.6.8.4.2SelliC1-/iN-Class 3G Conversive action processiggatang
gatassp. var.gattaknmilk6.3.3Milk
gatelsta1an irritating sensation on the surface of the skin that creates the need to rub or scratch; for skin to be itchyMagettel annel ku tep aggak man-emeh ni telun aggew.My body is itchy because I did not bathe for three days.2.4Body conditionma-Class 6A Physiological process – state1.1stafor the skin to become itchyGimmatel mewan hu uluk tep dimmakkel ida kutu.My head became itchy again because the lice have become many.Nangguguan ku uluk ni ginetelan ey kimmuheyaw.I have been scratching my head when it was itchy and it bled.um-/-imm-
gatsileyna variety of cane palmThis palm variety produces a small nut that can be substituted for betel nut.Yad muyung hu kad-an idan gatsiley.It is in the forest where the cane palms are.1.5.1Tree
gatsinsp. var. ofgassinnfootprints
gattaksp. var. ofgatasnmilk
gatutadjthe cardinal number hundredInggatang tu babuy tun enem ni gatut.He sold his male pig for six hundred pesos.8.1.1.1Cardinal numberstellunggatut
gaud1na homemade wooden spadeBaneh mu gaud Tomas et itsu manggaud di payew mi.Borrow Tomas’ spade so we can go and plow in the rice field.2transto use wooden spade to loosen soil for planting; to plow soilGineudan dan emin hu payew nan Peter.They finished plowing Peter’s rice field.6.2.2.2Plow a field-an/-in- -anahigaudmageud