A Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of the Swatow Dialect, Arranged According to Syllables and Tones/go̤
— gô̤ —
梏gô̤454757 Fetters or gyves.
i khṳt i lîah khù gô̤; he was seized and fettered by them. kùa châ gô̤; wear wooden gyves. cí sang ôi hìeⁿ tăng chēng lío chin-chĭeⁿ kùa châ-gô̤ hìeⁿ-seⁿ; these shoes are so heavy that wearing them is like being fettered with wooden gyves. khṳt i gô̤ tŏ̤ kò̤ ku-ā kâi gûeh; was fettered for several months.
蛾gô̤6271427 Nocturnal moths; a disease of the throat.
chôiⁿ gô̤; the silk-worm moth. teng gô̤; moths that flutter around a light. gô̤ bâi; delicate eyebrows. gô̤ bâi gûeh; the thin crescent moon. toaⁿ gô̤; a swollen tonsil. sang gô̤; swollen tonsils.
鵝gô̤6271967 The domestic goose.
cêk ciah gô̤; a goose. gô̤-bó̤, gô̤-hêng, gô̤-kíaⁿ; goose, gander, and goslings. cháu-gô̤; the common goose. thien-gô̤; a crane. hái-gô̤; a pelican. tèⁿ sí phŏ̤ hái-gô̤; feign death in order to catch pelicans. gô̤ mô̤ⁿ sìⁿ; goose feather fans. gô̤ mô̤ⁿ kńg; a goose-quill. gô̤ cíeⁿ; a goose's foot. gô̤ kîaⁿ ah pō; an humble bearing. lîah gô̤-kíaⁿ pìen nâng cò̤ ah-kíaⁿ; depreciate for the sake of selling at any price.
餓gō̤6271847 To starve; to go without food.
gō̤ sí; starve to death. gō̤ kúi; io gō̤ kúi; starving ghosts, the manes of those who have no descendants to offer them food. tó sĭ būe cêng gō̤ tîeh; I am not yet hungry. cêk jît tó̤ gō̤; ate nothing all day. tâng mn̂g-khí gō̤ kàu mêⁿ-hng cìaⁿ cîah; ate nothing from morning till night. gō̤ khah kùe tǹg cîah lío àiⁿ sieⁿ; if you go without food too long, when you eat the food will distress you. i to sĭ m̄ pat gō̤ tîeh; he does not know what it is to fast. gō̤ kàu sáng-sáng n̂g-sng n̂g-sng; starved till he was thin and cadaverous.