ga'anmaga'anadjSomething is lightweight.Bukun da 'ini dāpat mabahuy 'ang 'īmu humanun kundi' 'ina' 'ang tama'tāma' lang kay pāra maga'an.What you make should not be big but exactly right so that it will be lightweight [to carry].
gab'i1nevening, night; i.e., any period from about 6 p.m. to 1 a.m.Waya' na kami magdūgay kay manayumsum na 'ang gab'i.We did not take a long time because the night was already early evening.'Ini 'ang kandīla' puydi 'ini nga 'iwag sa bayay kung gab'i pāra nga 'indi' ka na magbakay ning pitrulyu.It is possible for this candle to be a light in the house when [it is] night so that you will not buy kerosene.Magsāyud ka na nang 'adtung tūbi' nang kabūhi' bāgu mag'alas dūsi nang gab'i.You catch that water of life now before it will become twelve o'clock at(lit., of) night.Periods within a night have a possessed (i.e., part-whole) relationship with 'night', beginning about 6 p.m. 'alas sa'is nang gab'i to about one a.m. 'ala 'ūna nang gab'i.meas na nonspecific or specific number of nights; a time measurementNumbers one through ten are commonly followed by kagab'i; numbers above ten are commonly followed by nga gab'i.Bāli duha lang 'aku ka gab'i kag duha ka 'adlaw ning tinir didtu.I was about two nights and two days staying there.vIt becomes night.'ari nga gab'i1ti advthis evening'Ari nga gab'i, 'imaw 'adtu nga natabu' nga nagpananggut si Lurit.This evening, that was what happened while Loret was collecting coconut wine.2vSomeone is overtaken by night.kagab'i1nlast nightNatuyugtuyug lang baya 'aku ning duha ka 'ūras kagab'i.Maybe I only slept a little bit for two hours last night.maggab'iNaghuyat si Lūpu didtu hasta maggab'i.Lopo waited there until [it] became night.nagab'īhanNagab'īhan si Dilya sa banwa kay waya' ning traysikul.Delya was overtaken by night in town because there was no motorized pedicab.pagkagab'iti gerafter or upon its becoming nightPagkagab'i nang Sabadu, hay nagpang'abut'ābut 'ina' niyan 'ang 'ākun manga hāli.Uponbecoming Saturday night, my relatives arrived then one after the other.Simbang Gab'i1pre-Christmas Masstungang gab'i1nmidnight
gābina taro plantColocasia esculenta (Arac.)n'unud nang gābina taro rootstock, boiled and eaten as a main dish'ūtan nga gābincoconut flavored taro leavesThe leaf stems pakyang and leaves dāhun with or without the rootstock 'unud are thinly sliced and cooked in coconut milk extract. Dried fish bāyuy, dried shrimp putut or meat of some mollusks 'unud nang sīhi' are added as a meat complement lupus to create a delicious side dish.ginat'an nga 'unud nang gābina taro rootstock cooked in coconut milk extractEaten for breakfast, noon meal or as a snack.
gabigabina gabigabi plantTyphonium divaricatum (Linn.)A small aroid plant with arrow-shaped leaves growing on short stems directly from a corm.
gābutvA bolo or sword isunsheathed; a nail, plant, post, tooth ispulled out from where it is lodged, a gun is drawn from a holster.gabūta1imper vGabūta 'ang sundang sa tagub!The bolo must be pulled out from the sheath!2caus vSomeone lets a bolo be unsheathed, a nail, plant, post, tooth be pulled out, a gun be drawn by someone else.ginābutGinābut 'ang 'iya sundang kag labu'un si Budung.His bolo was unsheathed and Budung was stabbed.nagpagābutMay pasyinti sinda nga tagaAklan nga nagpagābut ning ngīpun.They had a patient from Aklan who let [her] tooth be pulled out.
gahāsa'vA girl, a woman is raped by a man.gahasā'unNang naga'idad 'akuy kinsi 'anyus, nasayangan ku nga ginbanta'an 'aku nga gahasā'un nang sultīru.When I was reaching the age of fourteen years, I experienced being threatened in that I was going to be raped by an unmarried man
gakudnthe climbing or running vine of a plant, including the rootscfkagang
gākutvSomething is tied onto something else.nakagākut'Igway 'ūmang nakagākut sa 'udyung.There was a hermit crab [bait] which was tied onto the spear head.
gali'advfor sure, really, surely, not at all, not in any wayMasayūran mu lang 'ina' nga may natabu' na gali' kung may nagatāngis na.[It] will be able to be known by you that something has happened for sure if there is already someone crying.Ka'ayu'āyu gid gali' 'ang magnunut sa pag'atlit.It is really very interesting for one to join in athletics.Hambay ku, "'Ay ma'āyu gid gali' 'adtu kay may kamūti didtu kay, 'aku, mahīlig gid sa kamūti."I said, "That is surely very good because there are sweet potatoes because, as for me, [I] like sweet potatoes very much."'Adtu gali', Hapun da ba 'adtu? 'Indi' gali', 'Amirikānu gali' 'adtu.Was that really a Japanese? Not at all; that was an American.Waya' da gali' ni Rubin ginbakyan 'ang kwarta kay gin'ūtang.The money was not in any way used by Ruben for buying because [he] lent [it].
gāling1advSomething will happen late or later.Gustu ku magkatuyug gāling lang kay kung gahigda' 'aku hay 'indi' 'aku kakatūyug.I just like to sleep late because if I lay down I am unable to sleep.Hambay ku hay, "Sīgi! Makara' gāling kami sa hāpun."I said, "Go ahead! We will come later this afternoon."Bay'ilang, Pari! Sa masunud gāling, mabūlig na 'aku sa baylīhan kay kung pwīdi 'aku magbūlig, mabūlig 'aku.Never mind, Friend! The next time later, I will help in the benefit dance because if I am able to help, I will help.
galingan1na grinder for grinding a substance into small, often granular, piecesngalingan nang bugasna hand rice grindergalingan nang humayvargalingan2na rice mill, a machine used for removing rice hulls from the kernelsNagbakay si Katalīnu ning galingan nang humay kay nagda'ug siya sa swipstik.Catalino bought a rice mill because he won in a sweepstake.galingan nang karnina hand meat grinder for making ground meat gināling nga karnialingagalingan nang ma'is1na hand corn grinder for making cornmeal gināling nga ma'īs2na rice-mill placeNakīta' ku si Nīta kahāpun sa galingan sa 'Agnay.Nita was seen by me yesterday at the rice-mill place in Agnay.