List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 103

dumagsà

Cebuano

see dagsà.



dumala

Cebuano

administer


dumala

Cebuano

control


dumala

Cebuano

direct


dumala

Cebuano

guide


dumala

Cebuano

manage


dumála

Cebuano

see dala.


dumalága

Cebuano

see dalága.


dumálig

Cebuano

see dangílag.


dumaligyut

Cebuano

see diyut.


dumánu

Cebuano

n. kind of dwarf coconut.


dumar

Cebuano

v. keep someone disciplined. Maáyung mudumar ang ákung bána sa ámung mga anak, My husband keeps our children well under control.


dumating

Cebuano

arrive


dumay

Cebuano

a. worn-out, but not badly so; v. get worn. Gidumayan ka man kahà ning sinináa, ákù na lang ni, If you consider this dress old, how about giving it to me?


dumbay

Cebuano

see lumbay (dialectal).


dumbol

Cebuano

ram


dumbul

Cebuano

v. 1. see bungdul; 2. play billiards or pool (slang).


dumdum

Cebuano

remember


dumdum

Cebuano

v. 1. go to a specific place for a purpose. Nagdumdum ku sa maisan ug naunsa na, I went to the cornfield to see what became of it. Átung tagúan ug dumdúmun nátù unyà, We’ll hide it and come back for it later; 2. go to a usual place. Ang manuk mudumdum sa batugánan, The chicken finds its way to the roost. Ang ákung labad sa úlu mudumdum káda palis, My headache sets in every afternoon; 2a. know how to go s.w., locate something Nakadumdum ka ba sa ámù? Do you know your way to our house? Dumdúmun nátù ang utlánan, Let’s locate the boundary. Dì nákù madumduman, I cannot locate it. 2b. show someone the way. Dumdúmi siya dinhi, Show him how to get here; 3. remember to do something Nakadumdum siyag hátag nákù, He remembered to give me some; 4. think something would happen. Nákug kumidiya tu. Wà ku magdumdum nga tinud-un níya, I thought he was joking. I didn’t think he was really going to do it. hiN-/haN- v. remember. Hinumdumi ang ímung sáad, Remember your promise. pahiN-/pahaN- v. remind. Pahinumdumi siya, Remind him; n. reminder. ma-un a. not forgetting easily, not needing reminders. paN-an n. mind. Wà sa ákung panumdúman ang ímung gisulti kanákù, I did not implant your words in my mind. -l-un(→) n. 1. thanksgiving celebration in the form of a nine-day prayer during the planting and harvesting season; 2. any regularly observed religious celebration. Dumdumun námù ang kamatáyun sa ákung inahan, We regularly observe the anniversary of my mother’s death with religious services.


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