List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 51

didbul

Cebuano

n. 1. dead ball, when the ball in a ball game is not in play or when the game is at a stop due to a referee’s call; 2. killed violently, dead (slang). Didbul ka na, matúna ka, Now you’re dead, you thug, you; v. 1. be a dead ball; 2. be a goner, dead.



dìdì

Cebuano

v. cut a slit in something Gidìdían níyang sáku arun makakuhà siyag bugas, He cut a slit in the sack so he could get some rice. Dìdíi lang ang hubag ug gamay, Cut a small incision into the boil.


dídi

Cebuano

v. suckle the breast (children’s talk). Mudídi na si Dyingdying, Jingjing wants to take the titty now.


didikisyun

Cebuano

n. dedication of a song or other entertainment to someone v. dedicate something to someone


didikit

Cebuano

v. 1. dedicate a song, poem, entertainment to someone Kining awíta ámung ididikit sa átung halangdun bisíta, We dedicate this song to our honored guest; 2. masturbate (humorous slang). Nahugù siya sa hinubra níyang pagdidikit, He got thin from masturbating too much (making too many dedications).


didiyut

Cebuano

see diriyut. see diyut.


didlayin

Cebuano

n. deadline; v. set a deadline to something.


didto

Cebuano

[deictic or demonstrative pron., second person plural (you, ye), prep. (alang kang, hangtud sa, etc.)] there (far)


didto

Cebuano

adv. there


didto

Cebuano

yonder


didto sa layo

Cebuano

adv. yonder


didtu

Cebuano

1. there (far from speaker, far from addressee). Didtu ibutang, Put it over there. Didtu níya ibutang, She put it there. Ug didtu siya, nagpaábut ni Maríya, And there he was waiting for Mary; 1a. — nga (noun)-a in that (noun) as opposed to other places. Didtung baláya siya mamatay, He died in that house; 2. there (at a point in time in the past). Didtu ku makat-un sa paghigugma níya, It was then I learned to love him; 3. —y there was, there were. Didtuy táwu sa asíras, There was someone there on the sidewalk.


diduksiyun

Cebuano

see didaksiyun.


didúsu

Cebuano

see dudúsu. see dúda.


dig-ab

Cebuano

see dug-ab.


díga

Cebuano

v. 1. ask for a definite answer to a proposal. Digáhan ku siya sa ámung sábut, I’m going to ask for his final answer to our agreement; 2. speak to a woman about love. Gidigáhan sa tigúlang ang dalága, The old man declared his love to the girl; 3. lay one’s cards (mahjong pieces) open to determine who wins. Digáhan tikaw. Duha kuy king, I’ll see you. I’ve got two kings; n. action of asking for an answer, laying open the cards.


digámu

Cebuano

v. prepare a meal. Akuy digámu sa pamáhaw, I’ll prepare breakfast. -in- n. prepared food.


digása

Cebuano

n. stiff cotton gauze fabric out of which butterfly-sleeve kamísa’s and panyulítu’s are made.


digastu

Cebuano

a. 1. for one’s personal, not business, use. Digastu ning dyípa, dílì dipasahíru, This jeep is for family use, not for passengers; 2. one who fails to get married and stays home doing chores (reserved for family use) (humorous); v. become an old maid around the house.


digkit

Cebuano

see díkit.


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