Atúmọ̀-Èdè (Yorùbá-Gẹ̀ẹ́sì): G1

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Yoruba-English: G

1. Gá: v. to be tired: Ó gá mi (slang); I am tired/I give up.

2. Gàn: v. to despise: Ó gàn án; He despised him (ii) sneer: Ó gàn mí; He sneered at me.

3. Gẹ̀: v. (i) to cut: Ó gẹ irun; He cut his hair (ii) to pet: Ó gẹ̀ mí; He petted me (iii) to put something on in a jaunty way: Ó gẹ gèlè’ She puts on her head-kerchief in a jaunty way.

4. Gọ́: v. to be tired (slang): Ó gọ́ mi; I am tired.

5. Gọ: v.to lurk in hiding: Ó gọ; he lurked in hiding.