a. inattentive to what one is doing. Danghag siya nga naglakaw, mau nà nga nabulásut, He wasn’t paying attention to what he was doing, so he stepped into a hole; v. fail to pay attention. Nagdanghag ka tingáli pagpanuklì maung naalkansi ta, You were probably careless in making change. That is why we are short now. Nagdanghag nang ímung nawung, You’re looking everywhere but where you are supposed to be.
a. lacking alertness and attention. Danghal nga iksplikahan. Dílì manimátì, She has a dopey expression on her face when you explain something to her. She doesn’t listen; v. be dopey, unalert. -an(→) a. of a dopey sort.
n. fish similar to and of same genera as danggit (and loosely also called danggit) but which have a mosaic pattern: Teuthis spp.
n. kindling; v. set a fire with kindling. Sinipilya ang idangílag pagháling, Set the fire by using wood shavings.
v. warm something gently by placing near a fire, usually in order to dry it. Idangka (dangkáha) ang mga basang sinínà, Put the wet dresses near the fire.
n. kind of edible jellyfish, to 20″ in diameter, dome-shaped, violet, fading toward the edges, with short tentacles that inflict a mild sting.
v. 1. jump playfully on someone Gidangkulúsan (gidangkúlus) sa dakung irù ang ituy, The big dog leaps about playfully on the puppy; 2. frolic with physical intimacy. Láin tan-áwun ang babáying makigdangkúlus ug mga laláki, It looks terrible for a woman to engage in horseplay with men.