List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 91

dri

Cebuano

short for diri.



dríbul

Cebuano

v. dribble a ball; n. action of dribbling.


dríl

Cebuano

n. a coarse linen or cotton cloth with a diagonal weave, used for work clothes, etc.


dríl

Cebuano

n. drill, repetitive exercise in school, in athletics, etc; v. do a drill.


dripwud

Cebuano

n. driftwood used for ornamental purposes.


drísing rum

Cebuano

n. dressing room.


drísir

Cebuano

n. dressing table with a mirror.


drismíking

Cebuano

n. dressmaking, course or business of making dresses.


drisrihirsal

Cebuano

n. a final rehearsal of something to be performed. Dris rihirsal sa píi, Final rehearsal of the P.E. performance; v. hold a final rehearsal of a play, an operetta, etc.


dristukil

Cebuano

a. dressed up for a purpose, usually more than necessary (colloquial). Dristukil siya kay mag-aplay sa trabáhu, She’s all dressed up because she is applying for a job; v. be dressed to kill.


drú

Cebuano

v. 1. hold a lottery drawing. May drú sa Duminggu, They will hold the drawing on Sunday; 2. draw a card; 3. draw a revolver. Diriyut mi magkadrú. Púsil giyud untà tu, We nearly drew our guns on each other. It would have been a gunfight; n. drawing of lottery, cards.


drúwing

Cebuano

v. 1. draw a picture. Gidrúwing níyang ákung dagway, He drew my face; 1a. dílì ma- words can’t describe. Dílì madrúwing ang íyang kalípay, Words cannot describe her happiness; 2. put eyebrow pencil on. -ánan n. drawing table, board.


drúwir

Cebuano

n. drawer, desk, bureau; v. make, put a drawer.


dry cleaning

Cebuano

dry cleaning


du

Cebuano

n. the note do. way — have no knowledge of music.


Cebuano

short for undù or dudù.


duas

Cebuano

a. exposed to everybody’s view, to the elements; v. be exposed to public view, to the elements. Nagduas ang dughan sa baylarína, The dancer’s breasts were bare. Naduas ang mga tanum sa kaínit sa adlaw, The plants lay exposed under the heat of the sun.


duaw

Cebuano

n. visit


dúaw

Cebuano

v. 1. pay a visit. Duáwun nímu ang ímung trátu? Are you going to see your girl friend? — ang katulúgun v. fall asleep (literary). Wà siya duáwa sa katulúgun, He did not fall asleep; 2. go s.w. and see how things are. Duáwa ang kábaw ug nainitan ba, Take a look at the carabao to see if it is in the sun. -um-r-/l- n. visitor.


dúay

Cebuano

see dul-ay.


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