Miwāfu Dictionary - gi

gichyòku /ɡi.ꜜtɕjo.kɯ̥/ n. 1. A cutting or slicing force or energy.
gidajímo /ɡi.da.ꜛdʑi.mo/ n. 1. A marriage between an adult man and woman where the male is the primary or only caretaker for any children (including step-children). v. 1. A marriage ceremony performed with a significant amount of ceremony, guests, or planning.
gidajīmo /ɡi.da.dʑiː.mo/ n. 1. As *gidajìmo* (noun 1), but where either both members are equal in raising children or the marriage has not produced any children.
gidajìmo /ɡi.da.ꜜdʑi.mo/ n. 1. As *gidajìmo* (noun 1), but where the female is the primary or sole caregiver of any children. v. 1. A quiet or private marriage ceremony.
gimetsúi /ɡi.me.ꜛtsɯ.i/ v. 1. To give birth to a living child.
gimetsūi /ɡi.me.tsɯː.i/ v. 1. To lay eggs or other non-live birth.
gitamáfu /ɡi.ta.ꜛma.ɸɯ̥/ v. 1. To project senses or perceptions into someone else.
gitamàfu /ɡi.ta.ꜜma.ɸɯ̥/ n. 1. Shared senses among two or more people. v. 1. To recieve senses from an external source.
gitopóga /ɡi.to.ꜛpo.ɡa/ v. 1. To have unenthusiastic sex solely for purposes of reproduction.