n. 1. downtown; 2. a light passenger vehicle which plies a certain route and picks up passengers. — ikspris see dawuntawun, 2.
v. for something to hang out from a place in which it is contained. Miday-a ang íyang tinái, His guts were hanging out. Prútas nga nagday-a sa baskit, Fruits hanging out of the basket; a. sticking, bulging out from the place that contains it. Day-a na nang ímung tiyan, Your stomach is hanging out.
a. foreign to a place. Kalihúkan nga day-as sa kinabúhing Pilipinhun, Ways which are so foreign to the Filipino way of life; v. go to live in a far place, bring to a far place. Manay-as siya pag-áni, He goes to other places to help with the harvest. Iday-as na lang ang panaptun sa prubinsiya kay dì mahálin dinhi, Bring the cloth to the province because it won’t sell here.
n. foreigner, from another place. Batásang day-u, Foreign customs; v. 1. migrate to. Manay-u (muday-u) siya sa Mindanaw, He will migrate to Mindanao; 2. visit a distant place. Daghan ang mga turista nga muday-u (manay-u) dinhi, Many tourists come here for a visit.
n. diabetes; v. have diabetes.
a. clearly visible, obvious. Dayag dinhi ang Buhul, Bohol is visible from here. Dayag ang íyang gugma nímu, His love for you is obvious. Dayag na ang íyang kadaúgan, His victory is clear now. — na lang of course. Dayag na lang nga mulában ku kay igsúun ku siya, Naturally, I’ll take his side. He is my brother; v. 1. be visible, seen. Nagdayag ang ímung kamisun, Your slip is showing; 2. tell someone frankly. Daygan ku siya nga wà ku siya higugmáa, I’ll tell him frankly that I don’t love him. pasun-(←) v. exhibit, show before an audience. Nagpasundáyag ang sinihan ug malaw-ay nga salída, The movie house showed pornographic movies. Kadásig nga íyang gipasundáyag, The enthusiasm he showed; n. presentation. pasun-an n. place where something is shown. pa- v. reveal, make something clear. pina- n. 1. something made known; 2. Book of Revelation. dinayganay v. be frank with each other. madinaygánun a. open and frank.