List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 35

daplin sa dagat

Cebuano

shore



daplin sa dalan

Cebuano

n. roadside


daplus

Cebuano

v. slip, move slowly down, make something slip down. Mudaplus ang písì kay walà maáyung pagkahukut sa pusti, The rope will slip slowly down because it’s not well tied to the post. Kinsay nagdaplus (nagpadaplus) sa halayan? Who moved the clothesline down?


dapsut

Cebuano

v. slip from the grasp, hold. Ug makadapsut nang isdang ímung nagunitan, dì na gyud nà nímu hidakpan ug usab, If the fish you’re holding slips from your grasp, you’ll never catch it again. Ang tásang nadapsut sa ákung kamut, nasinsíyu, The cup slipped from my hand and broke into pieces.


dapu, dapù

Cebuano

v. touch something lightly with the hand. Dapua ang úlug gihilantan pa ba, Touch him on the head to see if he is still feverish. Dapua ang duha nímu ka kamut, Place your hands together, palm to palm. (←) v. 1. treat a supernaturally caused skin affliction by putting a bundle of herbs wrapped in leaves which has been heated on the afflicted area; 2. touch something lightly with the hands. Idápù ang ímung kamut sa utaw, Touch the iron with your hands; 3. for animals to be attracted s.w. Mudápù ang amígas sa asúkar, Ants will be attracted to sugar. Mabungáhung sanga ang gidapúan sa mga langgam, The birds alighted on the fruiting branch; n. preparation for applying the dápù treatment.


dapug

Cebuano

n. place in the kitchen where the cooking fire is built. -an(←) see dapug.


dápug

Cebuano

v. pile things of the same kind in an orderly fashion. Dapúga (idápug) ang mga pinusù, Pile the ears of corn up in an orderly way.


dapug

Cebuano

v. strike, usually the head, with something bulky. Dapuga siya íning batu, Strike him with this stone. Idapug ku ning libru sa ímung úlu, I’m going to slam this book on your head.


dapúgan

Cebuano

see dalapúgan.


dápul

Cebuano

n. holdup man (slang). paN- v. hold up. Nangdápul ang mga matun sa draybir, The ruffians held the driver up. -íru n. holdup man.


dapúlas

Cebuano

(from púlas) v. 1. rub the hand lightly, usually over the face, occasionally, also over other parts of the body. Kinsay nagdapúwas ug lápuk sa ímung nawung? Who spread mud on your face? Dapulása ang singut sa ímung agtang, Brush the sweat off your brow; 2. eat something with utmost speed as if just rubbing the hand over the mouth. Gidapúlas lang níya ang usa ka plátung pansit, He wolfed down a whole plate of noodles.


dapya

Cebuano

v. splash, be splashed. Ang balud midapya sa baybáyun, The waves splashed onto the shore. Kinsay nagdapya ug túbig sa bintánà? Who splashed water through the window? Nakadapya ang tubà kay punù ang sudlanan, Some of the toddy splashed out because the container was filled to the brim.


dapyas

Cebuano

v. glance off, graze off something Midapyas lang ang bála sa íyang úlu, The bullet just grazed his head.


darámi

Cebuano

n. piece of meat sliced off by the butcher of an animal without the owner’s knowledge; v. for a butcher to steal the owner’s meat in this way.


dariyut

Cebuano

see diriyut. see diyut.


darling

Cebuano

n. 1. darling; 2. having lesbian relations. Darling nà sila si Líta ug si Pína, Lita and Pina are going steady; v. call someone ‘darling’.


daro

Cebuano

plow


daro

Cebuano

plowing


dáru

Cebuano

v. 1. plow. Unsay itanum ninyu sa inyung gidarúhan? What will you plant in the area you are plowing? 2. have sexual relations (somewhat coarse). Gidáru aku sa ákung bána gabíi, My husband had relations with me last night; 3. fall down and scrape the ground. Pagkasukámud níya nadáru ang íyang nawung sa asíras, When he stumbled, his face scraped the sidewalk; n. plow. (→) n. young water buffalo, just big enough to use for plowing. mag-r-(→) n. farmer. daruhan n. field that is planted with something ig-r-/l-(→) n. 1. animal used for plowing; 2. something worn for plowing, used in plowing.


darudaru

Cebuano

n. kind of olive shell.


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