gåggao dalalai
Type of plant--mucuna gigantea. Wild bean.
gågågak
Piles.
gåhu
Node; cane joint or bamboo joint; sections--of citrus fruit.
gåke'
Selfish; stingy; niggardly; parsimonious; penurious; miserly. (Rota)
gålafati
Caulk.
gålagåla
Mastic; putty; sealing compound used for sealing gaskets or to stop leaks in boats; caulk.
gålaide'
Canoe.
gålak
Type of plant--asplenium nidus. Birdnest fern.
gålon
Gallon.
gåloppe
To gallop--as a horse.
gåluti
Hit--with a club or bat.
gåluti
Club; cudgel; bat; war club.
gåmbolera
Gambler; one who gambles. (female)
gåmboleru
Gambler; one who gambles. (male)
gåmson
Octopus.
gånansia
Profit; gain.
gånansiosu
Yeilding; fertile; rich; productive.
gånas
Appetite.
gånchiyu
1. Crochet. 2. Hairpin.
gåncho
Gaff; hook.
gåncho
To catch; to grasp; to grip.
gånggoche
Sack (burlap); typically large and of coarse material; as in rice or potato sack; burlap.
gånggosu
Chronic sore; an irritation or sore that will not go away.
gåni
Run aground; stall.
gånna
Win--something as in a raffle; defeat; overpower--someone; beat--an opponent; outmaneuver; earn.
gånnadot
Champion; defender.
gånsiyu
1. Crochet needle. 2. Hairpin.
gånso
Goose.
gånta
Unit of measurement--equal to a gallon.
gånte
Giant.
gånådo
Cattle.
gåpet åtayaki
Type of plant--wikstroemia elliptica.
gåpgåp
Type of plant--tacca leontopetaloides. Type of bush--used for starch and for medicine to treat heart trouble. Arrowroot.
gåpi
Resemble--as son to father; take after. Used only in constructions with indefinite object marker.
gåpi
To anger; to vex.
gåpot
To pull (by the hair).
gåpotulu
Hair.
Gårapan
Name of a village on Saipan.
gårapåtas
Tick (insect).
gårañon
Lustful; satyr; lascivious.

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