List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 36

daruhan

Cebuano

farm



das

Cebuano

n. dash, hyphen; v. put a dash.


das-ag

Cebuano

a. 1. abounding, swarming around; 2. scattered, spread; 3. wandering, roaming aimlessly; n. stranger, wanderer; v. 1a. swarm, crowd around. Gidas-ag (gidas-ágan) ang artista sa mga táwu, The people swarmed around the movie star; 1b. abound. Nadas-ag ang mga tatlung sa ílang uma, There were snails all over their field; 2. scatter, be scattered. Piligrung madas-ag ang káyu, It would be dangerous if the fire were to spread. Das-águn (idas-ag) ku ning mga binhì, I will scatter these seeds; 3. wander aimlessly about. Sa lasang nakadas-ag (nadas-ag) mig dakung lángub, In our wanderings in the forest we came across a large cave.


das-ug

Cebuano

v. 1. move over, downward, cause something to do so. Ug mudas-ug mug diyútay makalingkud pa ang usa, If you move over a bit, one more can sit down. Nadas-ug siya sa kawad-un, He slipped down into poverty; 2. advance, make progress, flourish. Midas-ug ang íyang kaálam, His knowledge increased; n. 1. movement to s.w. 2. advance, progress.


dasà

Cebuano

v. become spoiled due to overindulgence. Pitúla ang bátà arun dì magdasà, Discipline the child so he won’t get spoiled.


dasag

Cebuano

v. thrust a mass forcefully against something else. Siyay nagdasag nákù sa bungbung, He pushed me hard against the wall.


dasdas

Cebuano

n. invasion


dasdas

Cebuano

v. advance to attack. Midasdas ang mga sundálu sa ílang kaáway, The soldiers advanced toward their enemies.


dásig

Cebuano

a. lively, full of action. Dásig pamatíun ang mga kanta sa Bítuls, The Beatles’ songs are lively to hear. Dásig kaáyu siyang manlíhuk, She is lively in her movements; v. 1. make something lively. Ang kumparsa nakadásig sa pista, The string band made the fiesta lively; 2. encourage, inspire someone to do something Ang ímung mga púlung midásig (mipadásig) kaníya pagtuun, Your words encouraged him to study. Nadásig siya sa pagsulat ug bálak, He was encouraged to write poetry. mag-r- n. one who inspires. ka- n. enthusiasm. ma-un a. 1. lively; 2. inspiring, arousing enthusiasm. dasigdásig v. divert someone’s attention by being lively. Dílì giyud kini mamilíti. Dasigdasígan lang níya ang kuliktur ug hinábì, He never pays. He just diverts the conductor with his stories.


dasig

Cebuano

encourage


dasig

Cebuano

vivacious


dasmag

Cebuano

ram


dasmag

Cebuano

v. 1. bump into, crash into. Ang awtu didtu mudasmag (madasmag) sa lubi, The auto crashed into the coconut tree. Nagkadasmag ang duha ka trák, The two trucks collided with each other; 2. lunge at, rush in to attack. Kun mudasmag (manasmag) siya, dì ku giyud siya sibúgan, If he lunges at me, I’ll not move an inch; 3. rush into doing something Mahangyù tà tu, apan midasmag ka man dáyun gud, We could have gotten the price down, but you had to rush into it! 4. fall down. Nadasmag siya ngadtu sa lápuk, He fell into the mud; n. attacks.


dasmag-dasmag

Cebuano

rampage


dasmagay

Cebuano

collision


dasngag

Cebuano

a. careless, inattentive to what one is doing; v. be careless and inattentive to one’s work. Subra ang ímung gisuklì kay nagdasngag ka man, You gave him too much change. You sure are careless.


dasngag

Cebuano

v. push someone’s face into something or something into someone’s face, bump the face. Ngánung gidasngagan (gidasngag) ka man sa íyang kúmu? Why did he thrust his fist at you? Ángay giyud kang idasngag, You deserve to have your face pushed against something.


dasok

Cebuano

adj. dense


dasok

Cebuano

adj. thick


dasok

Cebuano

compact


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