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GenesaletanGenessaret9.7.2Name of a place
Genesaleta GabogabonaNPSea of GennesaretFuya esega Yesu ya obiꞌobiyo Genesaleta Gabogabona gelegelena yaiOn time Jesus was standing on the beach at the Sea of Gennesaret9.7.2.8Names of oceans and lakes
gesaadv1not2un-Tau asi'asiyebo gesa dodogadi mate doketa hige ti fanuha,...the one's who are NOT sick people do not want a doctor,...3lackingcomp.ainauya fafamaisa gesanaNPgracegift costing nothingfafawisiya gesatautaumaya gesanaNPshamelessder.ainauya fafamaisa gesanaNPgracegift costing nothingfafawisiya gesa
gesa-Vin > gerpfxRDP
gesadiadjlacking, their
gesagesanagerlacking, its
gesiadvhidden mannerLoma 1:20
geuVtrcarry with a trumpline, toEda'eda yai 'e laulau na ema 'wayowa hamahewa la'ila'i ya nali, yo fede E geu, na 'e lau.We went along the path, and our dog grabbed a possum in his teeth, so I carried it along on my back.ov. synbahei 1bahei 3iloloi 1kapu1laba 1Alternate spelling is {ge'u}.
ge'uVtrcarry him, toYo fede Beleidi wa, taulina yai ya ge'u be ya lauwen luma be ahena ya kobai. And then he carried Beleidi on his back and he took him to the house and then he treated/or did medicine on his leg.This seems to sometimes NOT mean "carry something with a trumpline."Alternative spelling is {geu}.
geu-Vtr > VtrpfxRDP{geugeui}
geugeuiVtrcarry with trumpline, to; carry with a headstrap, to"Wahagu u leyama ya geugeui, na um u lau ho'owa ada u yahi."Brng me my grandchild carrying her with a headstrap, and you go and fetch our water.
GeuwanGeuwa[Betuela] Lofuna esega in tau baguna mate hesana Geuwa.Betuela's first born sister was named Geuwa.
gewagewa1adjcrookedantbwalabwala1ov. syndudulai3unspec. var. ofdudulai~lau~fote2ncrooked one
gewagewana yaiPPin a crooked placeYo fede ya finahe~oyagi, aho gewagewana yai be ya bawabawa.

And then he climbed a tree, now,and was sitting in a crooked place.
GewainGewaiTinagu hesana Yaluma. In Yaluma tinana hesana Gewai.My mother's name was Yaluma. She, Yaluma's mother was named Gewai.Gewai was the grandmother of Eida Bania. (whose maiden name was Kanabouli Duisae).9.7.1Name of a person
Gewala1Lory2Lorikeet
geyaVtrbreak off chunks, to
geyageyanchiselLumana sa ginauli mate hige hama, geyageya e aba~paisowa ginaulidi.As for the house they built, there as no hammer, chisel or other tools (there).
GibogibonGibogiboAmainiya 'e leta, mate Gibogibo Luma 'e kalamahano.BHIPLWPS, Peliman, Patrick Sadileutu, Buhutu Language, 1987, Milne Bay Province, PNGGibogibo is an inland hamlet between Leileiyafa and the Saga'afo River.
GibsonnGibson
gibudinclaws, theirBeya sa la'i heyaheyaya yo sa adidili. Nimadi yo ahedi sa la'i yo nimadi gibudi sa lolofa yo sa mo'a. Bears are very big and strong. Their arms and legs are big, and their claws are long and sharp.
gibulagunlips, mysynsopagu2.1.1.4MouthCompare {sopagu} "lips, upper lip"
gibulagu ya kautiIDIOM1lip hangs down, my2sulking, to be3pouting, to be
gigiVtrtear, to