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gana1ganán crack in glass, crack markMay gana na an iyo bandihado.Your platter has a crack-mark already.Variantgaracrack in glass
gana2gánaSpn 1appetiteKun may gana pakaunon siya.If he has an appetite feed him.2interest, concern, regardAn bata mawaraan sin gana sa mga ada sa patalibod niya.The child will-lose interest in activities around him.ganádoadj full of appetiteganáhanadj have appetite
gana3gánaSpv [c4] MAKA-, MANG- act; -ON patmakagánav can win, able to winDili siya nakagana.He was not able-to-win.manggánav winManggagana gayod siya.He really will-win.ganahánadj victorious, winning, triumphant, championkaganáhann victory, triumph, successganadórn winner, victor, conquerorantdinaogloser
ganansiyan gain, profit
ganansyaganánsyaSpn gain, advantage, profitAn amon ganansya singkwinta porsyinto san amon kapital.Our gain is fifty percent of our capital.synbinta1 1profitbaktin2profiturig2profitmaganánsyav [c8] MA- ag; -ON pat; -AN ben; I- acc. gain, profit. Refers to profiting from business dealingsNaganansya siya sin damo.He is-gaining a lot.cfkita1
gandagandáTagn beautyDili ko gusto an iya ganda.I don't care for her beauty.magandáadj MA-. beautiful, pretty, lovelyKun an imo trabaho dili maganda, ayaw pag-ipakita sa akon.If your work is not beautiful, don't show it to me.gandahánv [c14] -AN goal. beautify, make beautifulGinandahan niya an paghimo san banig.She made the mat beautiful.antraot
gandolgandólSpadj listless, languid, loafing, goldbrickingantlisto alert
gangisgángisn cicada, seventeen-year locust. The male makes a loud shrill sound by vibrating a special sound organ on its abdomenMabati mo an nagaraginit na hinuni san gangis.You can-hear the chirping sound of-the cicada.
ganigániexclam indeed, reallyGinakula ko na gani an mga punda.I really have-bleached the pillow cases.syngayodreallygalisuprisinglyngay-an really
ganotgánotn fiber, strand, filament. Refers to fiber from tubers
gansogánsoSpn goose
gantanggántangn half a peck, ganta. Refers to a dry measure of about half a peckKulang sin duha ka gantang an bugas.The rice is lacking two gantas.
gaodgàódBkln oar, poleWara na sin gasolina kaya gamiton naton an gaod.There-is-no-more gasoline so we'll-incl use the oar.maggàódv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. row, oar a boat, paddle a boat. Means to propel a boat through the water by the use of a paddle or oarSi Mr Collins naggaod lang san iya yati san siya naglibot sa mundo.Mr Collins just rowed his yacht when he went-around the world.synrimo oar
gaonggàóngadj emptycfubos2 depleted
gapasgápasn raw cotton, cotton. This is a general term for cotton but there is another term for processed cottonLinison sin gapas an talinga uruadlaw.Clean the ear daily with cotton.cfalgudon processed cotton
gapas-gapas1gápas-gapásn cotton bush. Refers to a cotton plant
gapas-gapas2gapas-gapásn porgy fish. Refers to a species of salt water fishMonotaxis grandoculis
gaposgáposv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- accgapúsonv be bound up, be tied up, be restricted of movementGinapos namon si Pedro.We bound Pedro (hands and feet).gapusánn tying placepagkagáposn tyingAn akon pagkagapos san baboy tama na?Is my tying of-the pig alright?syngakot tying materialhigot2 tie
gapotgápotv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmaggápotv tie ends together. Refers to the tying of the ends of a bamboo or rattan of a basket so it will not unravelAn nito gingamit ko sa paggapot san akon basket.I used the cabo-negro-vine for tying-the-ends of my basket-weave.makapanggápotv clingNakapanggapot man sinda tanan sa katig san lantsa.They were all able-to-cling to-the outriggers of-the launch.synbuknit hold firmlyhawid huyot holdingkapot
gapusan1gapusánn tying placecfgapos
gapusan2gapusánn wristcfgapos
garagarán crack in glass. The word gara is a shortened form of garana, which is derived from gana, "crack in glass".syngana1crack in glassVariantgana1crack in glass
garabgárabHlgn harvesting sickle. Refers to a small sickle for harvesting rice by handMy huyot siya na matarom na garab.He was-holding a sharp harvesting-sickle.maggárabv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON pat. use a harvesting sicklesyngugtol harvesting sickle
garahigaráhiSpn garage, carport
garamgáramadj typically used, habitually used, deep rooted practice, accustomed to do