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gogo~famohafuVinlive there and fill it, toSuisui hudo'i - hudo'i, ho'owa ti gogo~famohafuLet various kinds of animals live in the water and fill it up
gogo~gesagesaunspec. var.gogo1gerlacking goods, those Na monidi gogo~gesagesa u feledi, haba ai galewa wa fagogo.And give the money to those lacking goods, and you will have goods in heaven.Spelling: compare {gogo gesagesa} without thin space, and {gogo~gesagesa) with thin space, indicating a nominalized compound derived from a verb phrase.
gogodingoods, with their
gogogoVin1live, to2hang around, to3gather together, to4congregate, toAna kalahe mate halua. Ai ho'owa sadaidi ya gogogo.It's food is fish @@@, They congregate beside the water.Taumohona mate yaluwa heyaheyayadi ganahewana yai, be bo'usa yai ya gogogo.The man had evil spirits inside him, and he stayed among the graves.
gogogomanader. ofgo-gogoma2-naadjcoldGinauli te hudo'i pa'ana hige tanohi 'wau'wauna yo gogogomana yai ti in.These things are different because they do not grow on wet or cold land.
gogoiVtrput them together, to
gogo'idimaVtrcall them together, to
gogoidimaadvthem together here
gogolan1pen for animals2enclosure, outdoor
gogoma1Vin1cold, to be2be cold (physically of an object)Yisti ena laugagayo mate, tabu i gigibwali wananaha, yo tabu i gogoma.The rule for yeast is, it shouldn't be too hot, and it shouldn't be cold.3feel cold (physically of a person)4be weak (spiritually or emotionally)to be cold, i.e. a cold day or cold weather; also said of an object that is cold.antadidili4gigibwali2 2ov. synbelubelusee use of {gogoma} as a noun also.unspec. comp. formfagogomaVtrmake something cold (to)weaken ones faith (to)gogoma palapaVincold through and through (to be)
gogoma2n1coldov. syngogoma2 4wa'o'o 12cold weather3cold (as someone feels cold)4cold (as a weather condition)Na tamagu yo tinagu, ai amaite'i, mate, borowada ya wewe fuia ou'uli yo gogoma la'ila'i yo asiebo.But, my father and my mother, as for us here, their have been floods continuously, and big cold and sickness.na ami lau afulemai, na mulimiu yai usa la'ila'i ya usa mate, nawalahi faihona gogoma ya ota esegahi.But you left us, and behind you the big rains rained down, and cold weather has hung on for three months.ov. syngogoma2 1wa'o'o 1See use of {gogoma} as a verb also.der.gogogomanaadjcold
gogoma3adjgogoma
gogoma palapaunspec. comp. form ofgogoma1Vincold through and through, to beE gogoma palapa, aho hewa yai, na hige gonowagu bena ya lau ganahewa.I was cold through and through, up there on top, and it wasn't possible for me to go down inside.
gogomanan1cold, its2weak, not powerfulYau gogomagu ya hasae lisim yai, na em gigibwali ya lidima lisigu yai.My weakness (coldness) goes up to you, but you send your power (hotness) down to me.cold as an attribute, e.g. cold water.antadidili4gigibwali2 2ov. synbelubelu
gogonidiadvtogether, them
*goiVtrpour, to2018-03-16. Not attested as a free standing word. See {fagoi} "to pour."
GoilabanGoilabaA man's name.
golagolan1banana, wildMagesubu wa ya lofo lidima mate, ya abi lau golagola atipudi yai.Eagle flew down and then he grasped the wild banana stalks in the middle.ov. synbihiya 4misilukimulumuluwasamosamoa 1tembaMusa ingens Simmonds; Plant family: Musaceae.2banana (wild)Bush bananas are called {gongon} and {golabola}. Domesticated bananas are called {asai} and {bihiya}.
golengoldDiyeliko yai luhuluhu loholohona, siluba yo gole pi'ana E itadi, be E angafuhidi.In Jericho, I stole nice garments and silver and gold money that I saw.
golegoleVinboney and skinny Be Laban ena yosiyosi wa sa golegole, na Iyakobo ena sa tubu~loholohoSo Laban's animals were skinny and boney but Jacob's grew nice (i.e., ]fat and healthy).
goliVtrspear, to
goli-Vtr > VtrpfxRDP
goligoli1??3spearing
GologotanGolgotha Sa laoma nu'u hesa hesana Gologota. (Aniyona mate Kulukulu Nu'una).They came to a certain place named Golgotha (The meaning of which is Skull Place.)