gagali2n1conversation2talking to one another3chitchatAfatinadi mate, haba somo ena gagali. Luma yai sa do'odo'o. Tan moho sa paipaisowa.As for their mothers, what then was her talk? They were silent in the house. All they were doing was crying.
gagayo1nlaw2regulationsNOT attested in text as an independent "word."laugagayo tau lau~fa'ataendi1unspec. comp. formNP1teachers of the law2scribesThe term "scribes" was used in older English versions of the New Testament, but "teachers of the law" was used in more current versions.
gaimumu1n1advice2proverbial wisdom3wise sayings4exhortationsWawaya sai hige gaimumu hige i lau-wataidi mate gaimumu asa'asaha.Whicever children don't follow advice, that is advice given in vain.Nanatugu egu gaimumu itete bena ami ata'atahi komakomani.My children, you should listen carefully to this, my advice.
gaimumu2Vin1advise (to)ov. synlauguguyaidi2give advice (to)Tabu ai gaimumu na au dagodago. Mate ibege au sibasiba.Don't be "jumping" when we give you advice. If you do that you won't know anything.Laulau hesa mate, ena bwaibwai sa gaimumu mate bena te tau'ulu be edi liba te lau watanidi.Another custom is that when the old women give advice we ought to pay attention and follow their advice.
gaimumu asa'asaha2NP1vain advice2advice given in vain3admonition given to no availWawaya sai hige gaimumu hige i lau wataidi mate gaimumu asa'asaha.Whichever children don't follow advice, that is advice given in vain.
gaimumuidiVtr1give someone advice (to)2advise someone (to)Yau mate, fuya ou'ouli, tatasigu E gaimumuidi sikulu halana.As for me, I always was giving advice to my younger brothers and sisters concerning school.
gaimumuimiuVtradvise you.pl (to)'E gaimumuimiu mate hige loholoho mahudo'ina lebemai yai.We inform you (advise you) that not everything is good concerning us.
Gaisulena man's name, Gaisule, one of the early Christian leaders at Ipouli.na Gaisule ibona ena luma hige'e, pa'ana ya laulau-'u'ula Yaubada lebena yai.Only Gaisule's house was not (destroyed) because he had prayed to God.Gaisule, a coastal man who migrated to Ipouli from Saga'afo village area, and who was the father of Mulatam, Lagesana and Yamauli. he became a christian in 1932 when Cecil Abel's team came into the area from the Milne Bay side of the range.
gaiyalintraditional sewn matGoyali [=gaiyali?] la'ila'i ba'uba'u yai sa heseli.They spread a a big sewn mat in the yard.