List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 109

dungug

Cebuano

hear



dungug

Cebuano

v. 1. hear. Nakadungug ka sa kasábà? Did you hear the noise? Wà nákù madungug ang íyang tawag, I didn’t hear him calling. Ayawg sábà. Hidunggan ta unyà, Don’t make any noise. someone will hear us. Hidunggan nákù ang ílang hunghung, I overheard what they were whispering about; 2. listen. Dungga ra gud ku úsà, Hear me out; 2a. heed one’s requests. Gidungug ang ákung pangalyúpù, He heard my prayers; 2b. dì na mudungug ug tawgun be distantly related (won’t heed if you call on them). Paryinti mi apan dì na mudungug ug tawgun, We’re related, but very distantly; a. audible. Dungug kaáyu ang inyung tábì diri, I can hear your chattering here; n. 1. action of having heard something Sa ákung dungug, dus sintus lang tu, The way I heard it, it was only two hundred; 2. reputation, honor. Dungug sa pamilya, The honor of the family. Panalípud sa ímung dungug, Defend your honor. (←) v. 1. be bruited about, widely known. Gidúngug siyang pinaangkan, It is widely known that she has had a child out of wedlock; 2. hear one another. Magkadúngug pa mi ánang distansiyáha, We can still hear one another over that distance; 3. hear from. Dúgay na siyang walà igdúngug, He hasn’t been heard from for a long time; 4. ig-, dungga, walà — (such-and-such) a case has never been. Wà igdúngug (dungga) nga may mamumúnù sa ílang pamilya, There has never been a murderer in their family. dinunggánay v. for siblings or close kin not to communicate directly but rather to hear from each other through letters or from other people either because of distance or because of bad personal relations. Nakigdinunggánay mi sa ámung igsúung bintahúsu, We broke off relations with our brother who took advantage of us. padungugdúngug v. say something in someone’s earshot to embarrass him or give him a hint. Nagpadungugdúngug siyag pinaskúhan, He talked about Christmas presents where I could hear him. Gipadungugdúngug ku níya nga kawatan ku, He let me overhear him calling me a thief. paka- v. 1. hear many things; 2. cause someone to hear. Duktur nga nakapakadungug ug bungul, A doctor that enabled a deaf person to hear. pasi- v. honor someone for an accomplishment. Gipasidunggan ang mananáug, The winner was given a victory celebration; n. honor bestowed on one for his accomplishment. pinasidunggan n. honoree. panunggan v. heed advice, instructions, and the like. Gáhì ug úlu. Dílì manunggan ug tambag, He’s stubborn. He won’t listen to advice. dunggan, dalunggan n. 1. ears; 2. ear-like projections on the end of sacks formed when the mouth of the sack is tied up. 3. ígù rang nakagunit sa — just barely made the grade. dalunggandalunggan, dalunggan sa amù see layat. dinalunggan n. 1. shaped like the ear; 2. kind of ear-shaped cookie. dunggánan a. famed, widely honored. ig-l-(←) n. something to hear with. kadunggánan n. honor. madunggánun a. honorable. pang-, pan- n. sense of hearing.


dúnguk

Cebuano

v. do, devote one’s entire attention to something, do something intently. Nagdúnguk siyag tuun kay iksámin na, She studied intently because it was exams time. Gidungúkan níyag usa ka adlaw ang pagpanglaba, She devoted an entire day to washing clothes.


dúnguy

Cebuano

see dungluy.


dunluk

Cebuano

n. heavy, continuous rain; v. for there to be a heavy, continuous rain. Kadunlukun run kay ngitngit man, It looks like we’re going to get a heavy rain because it is so dark.


dunluk

Cebuano

n. kind of acute chicken cholera; v. be afflicted with chicken cholera.


dunot

Cebuano

adj. rotten


dunot

Cebuano

adj. spoiled


dunot

Cebuano

corrupt


dunot

Cebuano

decay


dunot

Cebuano

putrid


dunsal

Cebuano

v. thrust the end or tip of something at something or strike with it. Lubut sa awtu ang midunsal sa pusti, It was the hind end of the car that struck the post.


dunsilya

Cebuano

a. 1. virgin. Sa taga Sibu pisù ray dunsilya, The only virgins in Cebu are baby chicks; 2. too small in opening (like the vagina of a virgin). Dunsilyag líab ning sinináa, The neck opening in this shirt is much too small; v. 1. turn out to be a virgin; 2. get oneself a virgin for intercourse; 3. consider an opening small; 4. break in a virgin. Aku ang nakadunsilya ánang bayhána, I broke in that woman.


dunsul

Cebuano

see dungsul.


dúnul

Cebuano

see túnul.


dúnut

Cebuano

v. 1. wear something out, become worn out. Dì ka makadúnut áning sinináa sa usa ka túig kay lig-un, You can’t wear this dress out in one year because it’s strong. Nadunútan kug upat ka pár nga sapátus sa usa ka túig, I’ve had four pairs of shoes wear out on me in one year; 2. spoil, rot slightly. Nagkadunut na ang mangga, The mangoes are going bad. (→) a. 1. worn-out; 2. somewhat rotten, spoiled; 3. lousy in situation. Dunut ang ákung kapaláran, I have a lousy fate in life; 4. for manners or personality to be evil, wicked. Dunut nga kinaíya, Bad in character; 5. — nga baráha 5a. lousy cards; 5b. unbelievable excuse. Ayaw ku patuhúa ánang ímung dunut nga baráha, Don’t try to make me believe your improbable excuses.


dunya

Cebuano

1. title before Christian names for rich ladies, esp. those of Spanish blood; 2. names given to varieties of the ornamental plant, buyun. — awrúra white flower. — imilda pink flower. — lílang pink and white flower. — lus dark pink flower. — tríning red flower.


dunyang

Cebuano

see damyang.


duol

Cebuano

about


duol

Cebuano

adjacent


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