List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 85

diswildu

Cebuano

a. spending a lot, as if one had a salary.



Disyembre

Cebuano

n. December


disyerto

Cebuano

n. desert


Disyimbri

Cebuano

see disimbri.


disyirtu

Cebuano

n. desert.


dít

Cebuano

n. date with a girl; v. have a date with. Makigdít ku nímu, I’d like to ask you for a date. Bísag kinsay íyang idít, She will date anyone.


dit.

Cebuano

n. an abbreviation for ditiktib ‘detective’.


dità

Cebuano

n. kind of big tree with a light wood used for making wooden slippers, the bark of which is medicine against malaria: Alstonia scholaris.


ditalyi

Cebuano

n. details of an incident, etc. Íyang gibutyag ang tanang ditalyi sa ílang rumansa, She related the complete details of their love-making.


ditiktib

Cebuano

n. detective. — aksiyun n. detective movie; v. become a detective.


ditirminasiyun

Cebuano

n. determination. Ditirminasiyun pagtápus sa íyang pagtuun, Determination to finish his studies.


ditsu

Cebuano

n. extemporaneous verse recited in the kulilísi, consisting of stanzas of four lines, at least two of which are rhymed, in a free meter. The participants in the kulilísi recite one or more stanzas and each person’s recitation is so fashioned as to be a witty response to the preceding recitation and a challenge to the recitation following. The subject is usually courtship; v. recite ditsu’s.


díwà

Cebuano

n. 1. mind, soul. Natúlug ang ákung mata, apan nagmata ang ákung díwà, My eyes are asleep, but my mind is awake; 2. spirit that pervades something Ang díwà sa Pasku, Christmas spirit. Ang díwà sa íyang tugtug, The spirit of his song. diwanhun a. pertaining to the soul. Diwanhun nga kauhaw, Spiritual thirst.


diwa

Cebuano

n. spirit


diwaanhon

Cebuano

v. spirit


diwaanon

Cebuano

adj. occult


diwaanong gahom

Cebuano

n. spell


díwal

Cebuano

see diwalwal.


diwalwal

Cebuano

v. for the tongue to stick way out, cause it to do so. Mudiwalwal ang dílà sa búang, An idiot’s tongue hangs out. Idiwalwal (diwalwála) ímung dílà, Stick out your tongue.


diwánag

Cebuano

(word coined from díwà plus sánag) n. inspiration, the light that animates the soul.


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