List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 9

dagúuk

Cebuano

n. steady roaring sound made by the rushing of water, machines in a distance, roar of a crowd, the sound of an empty stomach; v. make a roaring sound. Midagúuk ang ákung tiyan sa kagútum, My stomach is rumbling from hunger. Nagdaguuk ang ulan nga hápit na muabut, The rainstorm made a roaring noise as it drew near. -in- see dagúuk, n.



dagway

Cebuano

aspect


dagway

Cebuano

face


dagway

Cebuano

figure


dagway

Cebuano

looks


dagway

Cebuano

n. 1. face; 2. appearance, looks. Ang namiyáhuk níyang áping dagway sa kagútum, Her sunken cheeks portray hunger; 2a. — táwu human form. Nawálà ang ílang dagway táwu ug nahímu silang irù, They shed their human form and turned themselves into dogs; 3. perhaps, probably. Muulan dagway karun, It probably will rain now; 3a. — ug it looks as though. Dagwayg muulan, It looks as though it’s going to rain. -an a. pretty, handsome. ka- n. similar in appearance to someone else. Kadagway mu siya, He looks like you. paN- n. countenance. Ang kasubù sa íyang kahiladman makítà sa íyang panagway, The sadness in her heart can be seen in her countenance.


dagway

Cebuano

n. form


dagway

Cebuano

perhaps


dagway

Cebuano

phase


dagway

Cebuano

semblance


dagwayan

Cebuano

shapely


dagyaw

Cebuano

n. day’s work done by a group without pay for landlord or for a communal project (usually on a Monday). Dagyaw ang pagtúkud sa iskuyláhan, The school was built by communal work; v. do communal work.


dahan

Cebuano

v. 1. for something bad to persist, get worse. Nidahan ang íyang kabúang sa madiyung, Her madness for mahjong got worse. Gidahanan siya sa hilánat, His fever is persisting; 2. keep up with. Dílì ku madahan ang trabáhu sa balay, I cannot keep up with the work in the house. manga it is ridiculous, incredibly stupid that (so-and-so) happened. Madahan ba gud nímu nga gidisdísan siyang way anistisya, Imagine! They operated on him without anesthesia. ma- ug it would have been ridiculous if (so-and-so) had happened. Madahan ug dì ka mutambung sa kasal sa ímung anak, You surely could not fail to attend your son’s wedding! pa- v. allow something to persist, get worse. Dílì maáyung padahanun (ipadahan) ang íyang batásan, It’s not advisable to allow this behavior of his to go on.


dahay

Cebuano

n. sighs, bewailing of misfortune; v. moan, bewail one’s misfortune. Midahay siya sa dautan níyang gidangátan, She sighed mournfully over her misfortune. Dílì angayang dahayan ang ímung kakabus, It’s not right to bewail your poverty; 2. behave for no good reason in an unusually jolly, high-spirited manner, laughing gaily and easily. Such behavior is believed to portend something bad for whoever engages in it. Ngánung nagdahay man mu bísag nagngíub ning kalibútan? Why are you boisterously mirthful with such gloomy weather?


dáhig

Cebuano

see daláhig.


dahik

Cebuano

see dalahik.


dahil

Cebuano

v. 1. iron something over quickly to smooth it out. Dahili úsà kanang sinináa kay gigámit na man nímu, Iron out the creases in that shirt because you wore it once; 2. iron a few things. Mu ra niy ímung dahilun, This is all you are to iron.


dahili

Cebuano

avalanch


dahilì

Cebuano

n. kind of dwarf coconut, not more than 10′ tall, with thin-husked nuts the size of a grapefruit. — humay n. kind of small-grained rice with white husk and grains, considered desirable for consumption as staple.


dahili

Cebuano

n. slide


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