List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 4

dagaw

Cebuano

n. thoughts which come to the mind; v. be daydreaming, absent-minded. Gidagaw ka man tingáli. Láin man ang ímung gitubag sa ákung pangutána, You must be daydreaming! You gave me a funny answer to my question. -in- a. absent-minded. Mitangdù siya sa dinagaw nga pagtangdù, He nodded an absent-minded assent.



dagayday

Cebuano

stream


dagayday

Cebuano

trickle


dagayday

Cebuano

v. flow in trickles or little rivulets. Midagayday ang mga lúhà sa íyang mga áping, Tears trickled down her cheeks; n. trickling. Ang dagayday sa túbig dílì maatu ug páhid, We cannot wipe the water away fast enough as it streams down.


dagdag

Cebuano

v. 1. fall, make something fall from the place where it is growing. Uyúga ang punúan arun madagdag ug hurut ang búnga, Shake the tree so that all the fruit will fall. Idagdag (dagdága) ang búnga sa kayimítu, Shake the fruit from the star-apple tree; 1a. for hair to fall. Ayawg gámit ug tayid arun dílì mudagdag (managdag, mangdagdag) ang ímung buhuk, Don’t wash your hair with detergent or it will fall out; 2. pick coconuts; 3. for coconut trees to yield. Ang íyang kalubihan mudagdag hasta tagdiyis mil káda saka, His farm yielded as many as 10,000 nuts per harvest; n. yield of coconuts. ting- n. season when a particular tree loses its leaves.


daghag abot

Cebuano

prolific


daghag asawa

Cebuano

n. polygamist


daghag buhat

Cebuano

busy


adj. busy


daghag duga

Cebuano

adj. lush


daghag kahibalo

Cebuano

versatile


daghag kalaki

Cebuano

versatile


fussy


daghag lusa

Cebuano

infested with lice


daghag mani

Cebuano

nutty


daghan

Cebuano

a. much, many. Daghang mga batan-un karun nga walay trabáhu, There are lots of young people today who are out of work; v. become, make plentiful. Midaghan (nadaghan) ang ákung núka, My sores increased greatly in number. Dì ta na lang ni daghánun ug sulti, Let’s not say much about this. -an a. very many. gi-un(→) n. quantity. ka-an, karaghánan a. 1. owned by many people. Kining yutáa dílì mabaligyà kay sa kadaghánan, This land cannot be sold because it is titled to many people; 2. public. Maúlaw ta sa kadaghánan, We’ll be put to shame in public; 3. most. Kadaghánan sa íyang libru gíkan sa Amirika, Most of his books come from America. maka-, ka- many times. Kadaghan (makadaghan) ku na siya sultíhi, I’ve told her many times. -um-r- n. tending to come in large quantities. Dumadaghan silang pamilyáha, Theirs is a prolific family.


daghan

Cebuano

abound


daghan

Cebuano

abundant


daghan

Cebuano

adj. manifold


daghan

Cebuano

adj. many


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