Hanga - English


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gaAdvtoo muchO bu u ga.He beat him too much.
gaa1plgaasiNebony tree or fruit
gaa2Advmore than
gaa3gaariVgoO gaa moo.He went to bush (toilet).
gaa mooVgo to bush to urinate or defecate
gaa moo puwaVgo hunting
gaabuplgaabusiNonion leaf
gaafaraexclexcuseGaafara m nuzaa.Excuse my left hand.
gaagaAdvforcefully or greatlySaa maa cheni gaaga.It is raining heavily.
gaaliŋgaNmost ofA gaaliŋga bi veela.Most of them are bad.
gagiriplgagaNgourd for fetching water
galiV1step over2pass by3do excessivelyO kuuli n gali.He is drunk too much.
galikiFrom English 'garlic'Ngarlic
galimiV1be naughtyBii maa galimiya.The child has become naughty.2uncooperativenaafu maa galiminithe cow is uncooperative3be stubborne garimi nira gayou greatly argue with a person
galisiV1interrupt2talk at same time3answer back
gamsiV1take out ofM gamsirini kpi.I am taking shea nuts of of their shells.2separateO gamsirini bonsuma ni chi niŋi.He is separating groundnuts from grain.3catch, perhaps a ballM naa bool lobi u, o gamsi.I threw him a ball and he caught it.4discriminate in favour of a particular personE gamsira ga.You discriminate too much.
gariV1fastenNaa waje gari nuŋgori.Take a cloth & fasten it around you neck.2hold tightlyTakpab gariyaThe trap has caught an animal.3dogs stuck together during sexBaasi maa gariya.The dogs having sex are stuck together.
garidamaattrtroubleE mari garidama ga.you cause a lot of trouble
gedeuwaloan wordplgedeusiNbed
gerinsiguplgerinsaN1spiny plum tree2fruit of the spiny plum tree
giligiVavoid (place or person)
giŋgaŋNa specific dance
giŋgaŋŋuNdrum (specific type)
girisiVburp
goVhunt