golòfromolò 1varsgolòvTo follow through.Tu hatayen deng tódô golò lem sol klinguhen tuhod seben.The cause of his death was the stump of a small bamboo just followed through the hole in his ear (when he fell).h-, k-, -m-.Tu se gmolò kdol maen tum ngà deng ukol towoken.That child who died was the one who followed through in his father's way.s-.
golongnA bottleneck-type of deformity that a person or animal is born with on some part of the body.adjDeformed.Tu laen deng bemli du yem ngà dik golong tihen.What has not been bought was the little pig with the deformed foot.cfholong 1
gongvTo lean, as a tree.ge-, he-, ke-, me-, ne-, se-.adjArched, as a branch across the path, bent forward.
gosonnTree frog, a long, slender, small brown frog with a whitish stomach.Tódô ton le Goson ne le Ksidung nim Hnu le ganag hkonul gu leged, nbóen gunuen, ne ya tey kuli le du.Immediately, Tree Frog and Bullfrog all saw Turtle slowly being carried away (by the rising water) from upstream; he was carrying his house (on his back), and how they laughed at him.cffak 1kegot 1ksidung 1tala 1teming 1téték 1Appendix 30 Fro
gotu1adjAll, the entire substance, space, number of.E ten-ngelem dé, Sembilà, deng gotu mékéng dounen soging huluhu, gotu tógó kem dumuhen.O look Friend, already all the leaves of the bananas I planted are dry, part of them are all ripe.2advEntirely.varsgotusynimot 1kdê 1kfung 2
goyunThe fruit-bearing part of a crop, as corn or bananas.Sok là dengen mosò yem silà, laen deng goyuhen.If the corn hasn't eared, it doesn't have a cob yet.vTo cook corn on the cob, in the husk.ge-, he-, ke-, -m-, -n-.Yó gel kmò le du yem silà, gel gnoyu le, ne gel tnétê le, ne gel nmò le snóbów.What they usually do with the corn is cook it in the husk, roast it, or make it into soup.s-.One cob; one stalk.Balù tek sgoyu geblaen bulung bolos.Even if it's only one cob (of corn planted) it's enough for a first planting.
gólódnShredded or chopped pieces, as greens are cut before cooking.Henekem gólód yem koti.Make the shredded pieces of greens small.vTo cut young corn off the cob; to slice a bunch of something into tiny pieces, as greens.ge-, he-, ke-, -m-.Sabi tolo hyu métê du he, okóm là buden hyu masà du, ne là buden hyu gmólód du.Mature corn is still good for roasting, but not for grating or to cut (the kernels) off the cob.-n-.Gel gnólód le kmò le du, ne tey lemnek yem kgólód le du yó.They usually cut it into very small pieces.Appendix 08 Ways of cutting
gólólfromólólvTo divide, as division among people socially (marital, political).he-, ke-, me-.se-, sem-, sen-.mególól lel élOne body of water already divided into two or more after a flood.mególól tauUsed to be followers of one leader, but now divided into groups as followers of two or more leaders.adjCompletely divided up and given out.mes-.synsekla 1mesgólól nawaidiomUndecided.
gólóng1nA variety of chicken with wings growing up instead of down flat against its body.2vTo roast meat on a skewer.h-, k-, -m-, -n-.
gónó heblàvargunu heblànAvailable resource (lit. place to get from) for an immediate need.Tey sidek ke laen gónó te heblà sok wen des te.It's really hard when we have no available resource when we get sick.
gsalàfromsalàvTo accidentally undo or make something void.Là hyuhen ke wen ngà mung, kô gsalà le bulung halay.It's not good if children go along, they might accidentally-make void the rice ritual.he-, ke-, -em-.cfhsalà 2salà