List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 26

dan-uk

Cebuano

v. 1. dump something s.w. carelessly. Ayaw idan-uk sa suuk ang inyung mga bulingun, Don’t just dump your dirty clothes in the corner; 2. dump blame on someone Aku ang gidan-úkan sa pagbásul, They put the blame on my shoulders.



dánag

Cebuano

a. half-conscious. Dánag na lang ang tinan-awan sa táwu nga hubug kaáyu, That drunkard looked at us as if he were only half-aware of what was going on; v. be half conscious. Nagdánag na lang ang pamínaw sa himatyun, The dying man is only dimly aware of what is going on.


danakit

Cebuano

see dalakit.


dánas

Cebuano

see gánas.


danasdánas

Cebuano

v. use a vehicle or wear clothes going through a place it might get damaged. Kinsay nagdanasdánas sa bisklíta nga nagkagarasgaras man? Who treated the bicycle so rough? There are scratches on it. Kining maung idanasdánas sa kakugnan, Wear the denim in going through the saw grass.


danaw

Cebuano

lagoon


danaw

Cebuano

puddle


dánaw

Cebuano

v. form a pool in, flood. Magdánaw (danáwan) ang nátad basta muulan, The yard gets flooded when it rains. Nagdánaw ang túbig sa nátad, The water is forming a pool in the yard. (→) v. see dánaw; n. pool of water.


danay

Cebuano

it is likely to happen. Danay man ta hibyaan sa dyip ning ímung pagkalanganlanganun, We are likely to miss the jeep because of your dilly-dallying.


danga

Cebuano

v. for a failure to do something to lead to misfortune. Nakadanga ang ímung pagkatabian. Naapil ka sa kasámuk, Your big mouth got you into trouble. Now you’re involved in the quarrel. Gidangahan ka sa ímung pagkagáhig úlu, What happened to you is the result of your stubbornness.


dangàdangà

Cebuano

v. approaching. Nagdangàdangà na si Máma. Tabángi sa íyang dala, Mother is approaching. Help her carry her things. (←) v. approach for help. Dì siya madangàdangáan kay kuríput, You cannot approach him for help because he is tight.


dangag

Cebuano

see danghag.


dángan

Cebuano

n. 1. any pest that destroys crops. Ang mga tanum nadáut sa dángan, The plants were destroyed by the pests; 2. destruction caused by pests. Tungud sa dángan sa ilagà gamay mig áni, Because of the destruction wrought by the rats, we had a small harvest; a. destructive. Dángan kaáyung bataána. Manggisì sa balasahun, What a destructive child. He rips up the magazines; v. for pests or something comparable to destroy. Ang súgal ug ínum makadángan sa pagpuyù, Gambling and drinking are destructive to family life. Gidangánan (gidángan) ang ámung humayan, Our ricefield was destroyed by pests.


dangan

Cebuano

n. blight


dángan

Cebuano

n. kind of palutput fish.


dangan

Cebuano

parasite


dangarag

Cebuano

v. 1. be careless, heedless, heedless of detail. Ug magdangarag kang mulabang sa karsáda, maligsan ka giyud, If you are careless in crossing the street, you will get run over. Ayawg dangaragi nang inyung búhat arun dílì magkasáyup, Don’t be careless with your work so that you won’t make mistakes; 2. come suddenly s.w. for a reason. Mudangarag dáyun nà siya dinhi kun may kasuk-an sa íla, She runs here if anything goes wrong at home; a. careless.


dangarang

Cebuano

v. 1. approach. Maung nagláin ang panahun kay náa may nagdangarang nga bagyu, The weather is rather bad because a storm is approaching; 2. come into view. Ang nagdangarang nga bapur, The boat coming into view.


dangas

Cebuano

a. having a receding hairline; v. have a receding hairline. Mudangas (madangas) ang ímung agtang ug magsígi kag kálù, You will get bald on your forehead if you keep wearing a hat.


dangas

Cebuano

v. be inattentive to what one is supposed to be doing. Nagdangas siyang nanáug. Nahúlug hinúun, She wasn’t paying attention when she went down the stairs, so she fell.


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