getngónfromtngónvTo be able to attend to someone or something.Hnifót ye o là deng getngónu kuy.Pardon me, I am not yet able to attend to you.Efet ni là kô olò getngónu kul kem huluhu.Until now I am not able to attend to my plants.ke-, -m-.
getsikfromtsikadjIsolated.Bê ye hetsik ebè gunun getsik kô wen tódô kuy.Don't isolate (yourselves) in an isolated place, something might happen to you.ke-.
gewàfromlewàadjFreed, free, as in salvation, from debt, bondage, from a situation.he-, ke-, -en-.cfhewà 1lewà
géhéladvQuickly; rapidly, promptly; Hurry up!; Come!Ke sbool ni kem ilô ni, hentlasik le mò nmò anì géhél le mehek.If these signs (from the stars) are mixed (unclear), they will work fast so that they can quickly plant.he-, ke-.antganag 1synkdel 1slò 1
gfadayv(Of things or problems) to be piled from every direction.Deng tódô segfaday bnukù nawa nù tahu ni.Problems are just piled on top of me now.he-, ke-, se-.Deng tódô segfaday tihen tau bè gunù mulu.The feet of people are piled in every direction (lots of people) at the wedding.synghifay 1hifaysfaday 1
gfaduvTo fall back headfirst due to improper carrying.Béem hnanguy smiwi du yem ngà kô gfadu.Don't carelessly hold that child, he might fall back headfirst.he-.Béem hegfadu yó ngà ngem kà tfok kwangen.Don't let the child fall back headfirst or he'll break his back.ke-, -em-, -en-.
gfanvTo appear, come into view; to be discovered, revealed.Mon le deng lemsob ke deng gfan udì towoken.They say (the corn) has sprouted when a little growth appears.he-.Ke miwoli libun, tódô hegfanem khulungem mò nmò, ne hol bnasahem kem tuhahen yem libun.If you desire a girl, you just let it appear that you know how to do work, and give gifts to the girl's parents.ke-, -en-.antbuni 1syndilô 1husung 2ton 1twà 1cfhekbéng 2kbénghusuk 1
gfànTrouble; disaster; misfortune; accident.Là ke laen angat gfà le du, kmutel he yem muhen ke deng malù lamang lanen maba yem tau funen, ne yó ne kehlós ktibahen du.If the turtle dove calls at the time when the clearing is already wide, that indicates no future disaster, and the owner can continue clearing the area for his field.vTo get into trouble.Yó gunun gel wen gfaen yem ngà ke là hnungolen du udél tuhahen.The reason a child gets into trouble is because he doesn't listen to what his parents say.he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.synbunù 1glumfak 1lumfakutun 1
gfesfromfesvarsulék segfesvTo be hit by a branch in passing.Gfes lem uyóhu.It hit me in the face.he-, ke-, -em-, -en-, se-.
gfufromfu 2vTo finish something; to survive, as a child.Sotu bélê le là gfuhen.One of them didn't survive.ke-, -em-, -en-, se-.
gfùvTo signal a pig trap in the area by making a warning sign with a branch or grass with the top bent down; to block an area off with a temporary fence around a planted area as a sign for people not to enter.Gfuem du law.Use reeds to block it off.-en-.Genfuem kut silau anì là bud na le du.Please block off my corn so that they won't take it again.cfhatik 1ilô 1tandà 1
ghangusvTo barely miss getting a hold of something, as when falling or jumping.Ghanguse tfod bengel.I missed getting a hold of the end of the floor joist.ke-.synkafus 1