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GulenGule
gulelenpandanus species1.5Plant
gulewanclay potIn, Hinau Masali mate, ana kalahe gulewa mo'isa yai ya lau bu'aidi. As for herself, Hinau Masali cooked her own food in a real clay pot.
gulewa li'unaNPsoup from the cooking pot
Gulewa Tau Ginaulina GabunaNPPotter's FieldYo fede, sa oi'oiliba be Gulewa Tau Ginaulina Gabuna sa uneAnd then they had a discussion and bought the Potter's Field.Literally, "the garden/field of the one who makes clay pots."
GulfnGulfAs in Gulf Province.
guliVintopple over, toov. synbe'ube'ube'u~lidiguli lidi
guli-Vin > gerpfxRDP{guliguliyamdi} "hungry"
-gulisfxtopple overMahudo'idi sa eno guli, yo fede, imo wa ya tala'a.All of them fell over flat, and with that the taro was pulled out.
guli lidiVintopple down, toov. synbe'ube'ube'u~lidiguli
guli mulimuliVinfall over backwards, toWritten with or without "thin space" marker {~}.
guli~mulimuliVin1fall over backwards, to2topple over backwards, toNogeya, ma'imo'imodi sa guli~mulimuli mate, hidadi ibwau sa enohafiti, yo fede malau pupuna.It was too bad! they all toppled over backward with the taro, and they startedled their friend the rat lying [underneath], so he went and broke wind.Written with or without "thin space" marker {~}.
guliyam1Vinhungry, to beYau walagofe, na E guliyam.I am a crocodile, and I am hungry.ov. synguliyam la'ila'i 1unspec. comp. form ofguliyam2guliyam1comp.guliyam~bodaVinhungry again, to beunspec. comp. formguliyam la'ila'iNPbig hungerfamine
guliyam2nhungerunspec. comp. formguliyam la'ila'iNPbig hungerfamine
Guliyamnhunger
guliyam la'ila'iunspec. comp. form ofguliyam2guliyam1NP1big hungerov. synguliyam12famineMulina yai habahim, guliyam laꞌilaꞌi nuꞌuna ni ya tafo~nuhuli,After that a big famine (hunger) over ran that country.
guliyam~bodacomp. ofguliyam1boda2Vinhungry again, to beHige gonowana ti guliyam~boda;They can not be hungry again;
gulumenbromeliads, plant varietiesgulumebromeliadBtomeliads grow in the crotches or trunks of trees, and typically have broad overlapping leaves which often serve to collect rainwater high up in the trees.
gumagumanaadjdried upIte tatau te, doha yomayoman gumagumana yo doha hwayahwayau adi'adidilina yada ya yufifahidi. These men are like a dried up spring, and like wind blowing strongly blows the clouds away.
GuminGumi
Gumi WopuNPGumini BridgeHaisa sa abidi be sa lau Gamadoudou sa paisowa na haisa sa lau Balaga (Gumi Wopu na Tefana).They got others and took them to Gamadoudou to work, and others went to Balaga (in the Gumini Bridge area).
gumwati??
gunnrump
guna~fesasaVinsit or recline, toAna hewali hesa ya fanufanuha mate Yesu sadaina yai ya guna~fesasa.His disciple whom Jesus loved was sitting (reclining?) beside Jesus.Only occurs once in the data as of 2018-08-23, Likely means "to sit beside someone." (Possibly) to recline
guna~fesasa~fuyoVinlean over again, toYa guna~fesasa~fuyo Yesu lisina, na ya fati'oiHe leaned over again to Jesus and questioned him,Only occurs once in the data, probably means something like "to lean over again."