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gabu3ngardenIyeloma ena gabu.Iyeloma's gardenNa bobon hesa, aufa luwaga yo kanuwa luwaga yo, sa abidi gabu yai..But the day after that, they took two taro sprouts and two sweet potatoes to the garden.'E lau ama gabu mate sa bagili.We go to our gardens and they are grown over with grass.Ama gabu ganana mahudo'ina hola.Our garden fence is still not all doneHabahim, E lau E lidi laisi gabuna yai.Then I went down to the rice garden6.2Agriculture
gabu1Vtr1burn it (to)Taiyede, oyagi sa gabu, ya ala balebalelem.With that they burned the tree and it burned with a flame.2burn off a garden, to6.2.3Plant a field6.2.1Growing crops3roast it, to4bake it (to)Na haba sa gabudi, edi aba tegatega yai.And then they baked them, in the place where they make cakes.5singe them (to)6cook it (to)ov. synala~gabu1angabu1bu'a, lau~b'ualafuliga 2See also inflected forms {gabumiu} and {gabudi}.
gabu-Vin > VinpfxRDPgabugabu~fahudo'idicomp.der.gerburnt up completely, beingYosiyosi gabugabu~fahudo'idi aba antalasam yai mate hige u fanuhadi, Animals being burnt up completely on the altar are not what you desire.
gabu an'andiNPgarden foodGabu an'andi, bwaha yo wa'amo ya andi.He ate up the garden food, the pumpkins and the corn.
gabu goluunspec. var.golu2Vtrburn something up (to)Waihin wa ya lau tafotafo lau mate, wahiluna wa ya abi be ya gabugolu.Then the woman went running, and she grabbed the snakeskin and burned it up.Na habahim, Yaubada oyagi galewa yai ya fatamali lidiyen, be Sodom ya gabu golu.But then God sent fire dopwn from the sky and he burnt Sodom up.
gabu lawenVtrburn it, to
gabu paisowadiNPgarden workTine'eu, umi ena tinamiu ya fanuha bena gabu paisowadi yo tobo fatufatulidi ya fatalahamiu, bena ami awa'abi.Young women, when your mother wants you to work in the garden or orders you to weave a basket, you should obey.
gabu ta'i'ili1Vtrgirdle a tree by burning (to)Ena abi'abi me dofa awa'e: oyagi ie gabu ta'i'ili, abo kopina youyou wa i opafai.What she did was like girdling an "awa'e' tree by burning. Then she shed the youyou snake skin.
gabu tau maliyahoinaNP1ones who work a garden2gardenerE fatamalimiu, be gabu tau maliyahoina hudo'i haba ami lau gabuiI sent you so that you would harvest the garden of the one's who worked the garden.
gabu tau umahinaNP1gardenerYo fede, gabu tau umahina ya faliba, Then he spoke to the gardener2one who plants a garden
gabu uma'umaNPgardening{Gabu uma'uma} LIT "planting garden," that is "gardening."
gabu ya'oina2NP1clearing garden6.2.1Growing crops2slashing in a garden
gabu ya'oina1NPslashing6.7.1Cutting tool
gabu, auVtrburn it, you5.5.4Burn
gabu~goluVtrburn up completely (to)Yena antole ya ota ee–, ya lahai, hwalahwalana bena sa gabu~golu.If there are any leftovers remaining, until daylight, they should be burned up completely.
gabubu1nkind of pigeon
gabudi2Vtr1singe them (to)Kwatilina mate ai mata'asi sa fapaisowadi be salai sa gabudi.They use the dried coconut fronds at a feast to singe the pigs.2burn them (to)
gabudi1ngardens (their)
gabu'i'igerroastedGabu'i'i (Wa'uli te ifi be mani'o yai te gabu).Roasted (we break off the sago and then roast it on the coals.)
gabulan1underneath area2underneath parts
gabuladi1nunder them Bolowada sa wewe mate sa laoma luma gabuladi yai.The floods rose and they came up underneath the houses.2PPunder them
gabulagu yaiPPunder my authorityna tau hiyala mate iti gabulagu yai.and my soldiers are under my authority.
gabulanan1underside of something2the open area underneath a house, a table, a wharf, etc.E aiԡiheya pampeԯ yai, na salai ya laoma mate, gabulana yai, be hige ya siba.I was playing on the ladder, and a pig came under the house, but I didn't know it.Bolowada sa wewe mate sa laoma luma gabuladi yai.The floods rose and they came up underneath the houses.anthewa yai 1maiti yaiov. syngabulana yai 1ubuna yai 13underside of it