Tausug - English


gantung liugnA necklace.Malingkat in gantung liug sin Dayang-dayang.The princess's necklace is beautiful.
gangatnA barb or hook (on the end of a fish spear, arrow, etc.).Hinangan gangat in sāpang.A fish spear has a barb.vAR ag mag-; ran -an.To make a barb (on something).Gangati in sāpang bat di' makaīg in ista'.Make a barb on the fish spear so that the fish won't escape.
ganggangadjDry, arid, desiccated, brittle, crisp (as of clothes, trees, land, etc.).Maganggang in manga kahuy bang waktu panuga.The trees are brittle during the dry season.vST pat -um-.To become dry, arid, etcGimanggang in lupa' sabab malugay na way ulan.The land became dry because there's been no rain for a long time now.pt*tigang
*ganggutvag mag-, -mang-; pat -un.To seize or grab (someone by their clothes or hair as in quarreling).Giyanggut niya in tau namung-mung kaniya.He grabbed the fellow who reviled him.pt*utung
gangkul1adj(Of the flesh of a mango or young coconut [bbutung|r]) brittle.In butung gangkul matugas in unud. BUTUNG???The flesh of a mature semi-ripe coconut is brittle.2nA mature semi-ripe coconut.ptniyug
gangsa'nA brass bowl.Mahalga' in gangsa' bihaun.A brass bowl is now expensive.ptbatilbatunjang
ganguadjmagangu(Of rice [pāy]) dry (such that when a grain is rubbed between the fingers, the hull comes off).
gapasnCotton, gauze.Basaa in gapas sin ubat ampa lanui in pali' mu.Wet the cotton with medicine and then clean your cut.ptkapuk
gapi'nAn associate, helper, ally (in matters where there are opposing parties).Mataud in gapi' sin Bangsa Muslim.Muslim people have many allies.vag mang-, -um-; ran -an.To take sides.Gapian ta in tau mabuntul.We'll take sides with the righteous man.vRC ag mag-.To be associates or allies.Bang kamu di' maggapi' katān di' kamu dumaug.If you will not all become allies you will not win.ptdapit *dinu
gapusvag mag-; pat -un.To tie, bind (as a cow to be butchered); grasp (someone) and hold firmly, (esp. one who resists).Gapusa niyu in sapi' bat masumbay'.You tie the cow so that it can be butchererd.pt*hukut
garabi1Tagalogunspec. var.grabi1adjSevere, bad, serious, extensive.Garabi na tuud in sakit niya.His sickness is very bad now.Garabi na tuud in hinang niya pa kangian.His bad deeds are extensive.ptpangsan
garapunTagalognA large glass jar (used for keeping cookies, candies, etc.).In garapun pagluluunan bangbang.A big glass jar is a container for cookies.ptkassa'3
garing1nElephant tusk, ivory.Garing in pagtawag sin taling sin gadja.The tusks of the elephant are called ivory.pttaling2vST pat -um-.(For bamboo) to become seasoned, aged.Bang in patung gumaring na matugas tuud.When bamboo becomes seasoned it is very hard.adjmagaring(Of bamboo) seasoned, old.
garna'nA physical defect or imperfection (not inherent but acquired), a crack on fragile objects.Awn na garna' sin baran niya sabab nabali' in buktun niya.There is already an imperfection in his body because his arm was broken.vran an-.To become (physically) defective or imperfect.Bang garnaan na in baran mu di' na kaw katiyu'-tiyuan.If your body becomes defective your health will become fragile.Giyagarnaan na in baran niya sin pag'uma.His body has become imperfect because of farming.ptsalla'
garulnA bowl made of brass.Naghakut sila tubig ha garul.They get water in the brass bowl.Malallay bang garul in paghahakutan tubig.It is slow when you use a brass bowl in fetching water.
gās1vAR ag mag-; ran -an.To prepare (a field for planting) by slashing and burning, prepare a kaingin.Gāsan ta in uma.We'll prepare the field by slashing and burning.npaggāsA kaingin.Sakapun ta na in paggās bat kita makatanum.Let's prepare the kaingin so that we can plant.
gās2EnglishnKerosene or bottled gas.Bī kaw madtu gās pa tinda.You buy kerosene at the store.ptlana gās
gasanThe mantle (of a pressure lamp or an Aladdin lamp).Maluhay tuud magisi' in gasa sin aladdin.The mantle of an aladdin lamp is easily torn.
gasadnIntention, purpose.In gasad ku mari mangayu' sīn.My purpose in coming here is to ask for money.Not commonly usedvag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To intend (to do something or see someone).Gasarun ku siya dāhun.I intend to take him with me.synmaksud gawi
gastuTagalognExpense, financial cost, expenditure.Pila in gastu sin pagtiyaun?How much expense did you incur for the wedding?vag mag-; pat -un, hi-; goal/ben -an.To spend (money), provide financial support (for someone).Aku in naggastu kanila ha sa'bu way usaha nila.I supported them when they were jobless.Pila in kiyagastu mu naghinang bāy?How much did you spend in building the house?Gastuhun ku in sīn ini kaymu.I'll spend this money for you.Gastuhan ta kaw bang kaw mag'iskul.I will support you financially when you go to school.adjmagastuRequiring or involving much money, expensive.Magastu in mag'iskul ha Manila'.It's expensive to study in Manila.ptbalanja' napaka
gasudnWhoop, yell, boo, hoot.Mahibuk tuud in gasud sin manga tau ha plasa.The yells of the people at the plaza are very noisy.vag mag-, -um-; goal -an.To yell, whoop, boo, hoot (at someone).Gasuran ta man kaw bang kita madtu na.I'll yell at you when it's time to leave.pt*ulakulang tawag2
gata'nEmulsion of coconut.A liquid preparation resembling milk obtained by soaking fresh grated coconut in water and then squeezing out the juice.vAR ag mag-, -um-; ran -an.To add emulsion of coconut in cooking to increase the flavor, to cook with emulsion of coconut.Gataan ku in ista'.I will cook the fish with coconut emulsion.ptniyug
gatas1nMilk.Marayaw ha bata'-bata' in gatas sin ina'.The milk from the mother is good for the baby.vAR ag mag-; ran -an.To add milk (to something).Gatasi kunu' in kahawa.Please add some milk to the coffee.2vpat -un.(For a woman) to begin to lactate.Giyatas na in ina' sin bata'-bata'.The mother of the child has begun to have milk in her breasts.
gatusnA hundred.adjHundreds.Gatus in kiyabalanja' nila pagpauspital ha anak nila.They spent hundreds for the hospitalization of their baby.adjgatusanBy the hundreds, in terms of hundreds.Gatusan in sīn diyarā niya.He was carrying pesos by the hundreds.ptumbul
gaus1nPower, means, strength, ability, capability.Way gaus ta pagpaiskul kaymu.We don't have the means to send you to school.adjmakagausPowerful, strong, capable.Makagaus in tau pilakan.A rich man is powerful.vag mang-; pat -un, ka--an.To afford to, be able, exercise one's power or strength (to do something hard or difficult).Di' ku kagausan in sukat nila.I can't afford the dowry they asked.Gausan ku in pagpaiskul kaymu.I will try to (afford to) send you to school (and will succeed).2vpat -un.To wrong, deceive, or kill (someone).Minsan bagay niya atawa kampung niya gausun niya da.He wrongs even his friends or relatives.ptkawasa kusug