List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 40

dawat

Cebuano

acquire



dawat

Cebuano

adopt


dawat

Cebuano

concede


dawat

Cebuano

confess


dawat

Cebuano

receive


dáwat

Cebuano

v. 1. receive, accept. Mudáwat ba nà siyag suburnu? Does he accept bribes? Mudáwat mig kasíra, We accept boarders. Mudáwat siyag labáda, She takes in laundry. Dílì aku makadáwat niánà, Sorry, I cannot accept that. Nakadawat ka ba sa ákung suwat? Have you received my letter? 2. take, receive something conveyed. Dawáta ning ákung itúnul nímu, Take this thing I’m going to hand you; 3. take hold of the hand that delivers a blow or fend it off. Dawáta ang íyang kamut ug musukmag, Fend off his arm if he delivers a blow; 4. gather palm toddy. Walà siya kapanáwat karun, He hasn’t gathered toddy today; n. amount the lender gives for something pawned. Trayinta písus ang dáwat ánà, You can only pawn that for thirty pesos. (→) n. palm toddy. Ang íyang dawat ganíhang buntag tam-is kaáyu, The palm toddy he gathered this morning was very sweet. dawatdáwat v, n 1. see bùbuay. see bùbù; 2. uvula. hiN-(→) a. fond of accepting. Hinawat ug suburnu, Fond of accepting bribes.


dawat

Cebuano

yield


dawdaw

Cebuano

daydream


dawdaw

Cebuano

v. gather leftovers, the last remaining things. Wà pay makadawdaw sa nasunúgan, Nobody can salvage the leftovers from the fire. Wà diyuy madawdaw bísag bukug, There’s nothing to get, not even bones.


dawdaw

Cebuano

v. tinker with something without any definite purpose. Dawdáwa ang plansang gubà básin pa ug makumpunir nímu, Try tinkering around with this broken iron. Maybe you can fix it.


dawhug

Cebuano

see dalhug.


dáwi

Cebuano

v. for a fish to bite on bait. Gidawíhan siyag mamsà, A large crevally bit his line; n. fish that bit. (→) see dáwi, n.


dawin

Cebuano

n. a single banana. Mikúhà siyag lima ka dawin nga tinanuk, He took five boiled bananas; v. separate bananas into pieces. -in- n. bananas sold by the piece.


dawíraw

Cebuano

v. 1. grope about, as in the dark. Magdawiraw ang buta ug mulakaw, A blind man gropes about when walking; 2. for the mind to wander without concentration. Wà kung kasabut sa liksiyun kay nagdawiraw lang ákung hunàhúnà, I didn’t get the lesson because my mind was wandering.


dawo

Cebuano

adj. ravenous


dawo

Cebuano

n. glutton


dawpang

Cebuano

see dalúpang.


dawu-

Cebuano

see also dalu-.


dáwun

Cebuano

a. be knocked down in boxing; v. knock one’s opponent down in boxing.


dáwun

Cebuano

n. down payment; v. make a down payment.


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