v. 1. fall down with a bang. Pisti ning pálut sa ságing, mau niy nakadakdak (nakapadakdak) nákù, Damn this banana peeling. That is what made me fall; 2. throw something down with force that is heavy; fall down with a bang on the rump. Nadalispang ug nadakdak, He slipped and fell on his rear end. Ayaw ug idakdak ang lubi sa asíras. Hidakdakan unyà ang ímung tiil, Don’t smash the coconut on to the sidewalk. It might hit your foot; 3. wash clothing by hitting it against a flat surface. Dakdáki ang hábul ug maáyu arun malimpiyu, Beat the blanket thoroughly so it will become clean; 3a. knock someone on the head. Dakdákan ta ka ning kabù, I’ll knock you on the head with this dipper; 4. spend a large amount to win an election. Pila kahà ang idakdak ni Markus dinhi? How much money do you think Marcos will pour here? 5. — ulan for a rainstorm to break; 6. heap blame, abuse, etc. on someone Gidakdákan aku níya ug daghan kaáyung trabáhu, He heaped a huge amount of work on me. Pait nga panimalus ang íyang idakdak kanímu, He will wreak bitter revenge on you. -an(→) n. a piece of flat stone or anything where one beats his laundry on in washing.
n. kind of branching edible seaweed, dark-green in color, soft and spongy in texture, and about ¼″ thick. It tends to be flat on both sides.
[noun, verb] slip and fall
v. slip and fall. Paghínay, madanlug. Madakin-as ka unyà, Be careful. It’s very slippery. You might fall.
(from kalit) a. for a very short time. Daklit nga panagkítà, A momentary meeting. Nakadisidir siya sa daklit, He made up his mind in an instant; v. do something for a second. Daklítan (daklítun) kug tan-aw ang libru, I’ll look at the book for a second. Mahímu ning idaklit nímug hatud? Can you take out a second to deliver it?