Browse Sursurunga – English



gatransitive verb taking onSurartálár maiEnglishprovide for; sustainThis is used of food, clothing, money.Kalilik, gama obop palai má kesi rat balbal erei suri nák ga i gam aring i rahrah.Guys, you should put aside now a basket of root vegetables so that it will be provide for you (you can eat it) later this afternoon.5.2Foodfood
gagas / gáksisyncopated verbSurtalkai; rapti mai limEnglishclaw with the hand; grab with a clawed handNengen káp iau te mák pas tám aratintin a lu hanhan til namurwa iau mák áng iau, mái sár káp iau te longrai a áng iau. Pasi ák sangar i láklák pátum iau mák talka páptai kak rat. A gagas iau ngorer suri iak ilang suri.Earlier I did not see/notice the teacher coming from behind me and calling to me, and I did not hear him calling me. So he speeded up walking near (closer to) me and pulled holding on to my basket. He clawed/grabbed me like that so I turned toward him.Ur er a kopkom tangrai risán rum, gama gáksi mai lim gam suri nák marang. Má ngo a rangrang suri rapti, ki gama kanbái mai is.That grass growing along beside the house, you should grab it (out) with your hands so it will dry. But if it hurts (is difficult) to pull it out, then trim it with a knife.
gagatalienable nounEnglishleafy part of dance costumeThis is the leafy part of the tobuán (secret society dance) costume and is like an all-around shield. Traditionally, women did not know this word.
gagauintransitive verbSurkáukáu i rákán kubau uri lite rákánEnglishcrawl or jump from one thing to anothersásáir7.2Movemotion
galutalienable nounSurngisán sukEnglishvine typeGalut is a vine that climbs trees or coconut trees. And when it climbs a coconut tree and it chokes/smothers the coconut, then that coconut does not bear well. Its leaves are large and many-pointed. People get a leaf and singe (it on the fire and warm) a person's knees with it when they hurt.suk1.5.3Grass, herb, vinevine
gampronounEnglishsecond person plural (basic, realis subject, direct object, free, inalienable noun possessive)Tok Pisinyupela (planti)amugamagamágamákgamátekamu
gamapronounEnglishsecond person plural (irrealis)-a5gamgamák
gamápronounEnglishsecond person plural (realis sequential)2gamgamáte
gamákgamak, gamánggamakgamángpronounEnglishsecond person plural (irrealis sequential)gamgama-k
gamátepronounEnglishsecond person plural (realis completed)Gama ekesi atri kamu nemnem má holhol nák tántán urami bát suri tan táit imi, má koion na tirtir uramudi bim, kabin gamáte arsok tili ninas gam lu longoi á tungu ngorer i kálámul ákte mat. (Kol 3.2-3)You should permanently/always set your desires and thinking so it will look up to heaven concerning things up there, and it should not look down to the ground, because you have already left from the behaviours you did previously like a person who has died.gamgamáte2
gamhatpronounEnglishsecond person quadral (basic, realis subject, direct object, free, inalienable noun possessive)hat1amuhatgamhatagamhatágamhatákgamhatátekamuhat
gamhatapronounEnglishsecond person quadral (irrealis)-a5gamhatgamhaták
gamhatápronounEnglishsecond person quadral (realis sequential)2gamhatgamhatáte
gamhatákgamhatak, gamhatánggamhatakgamhatángpronounEnglishsecond person quadral (irrealis sequential)gamhatgamhata-k
gamhatátepronounEnglishsecond person quadral (realis completed)gamhatgamhatáte2
gamtulpronounEnglishsecond person trial (basic, realis subject, direct object, free, inalienable noun possessive)tul1amutulgamtulagamtulágamtulákgamtulátekamutul
gamtulapronounEnglishsecond person trial (irrealis)-a5gamtulgamtulák
gamtulápronounEnglishsecond person trial (realis sequential)2gamtulgamtuláte
gamtulákgamtulak, gamtulánggamtulakgamtulángpronounEnglishsecond person trial (irrealis sequential)gamtulgamtula-k