List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 94

dugang pa

Cebuano

besides



dugang pa

Cebuano

encore


dugangan

Cebuano

add


dugangan

Cebuano

augment


dugangan og

Cebuano

plus


dugangi pa

Cebuano

more


dugaon

Cebuano

sappy


dugap

Cebuano

v. 1. intervene, take part in others’ affairs uninvited. Midakù ang áway kay gidugapan sa ugángan, The quarrel got worse because the mother-in-law joined in. 2. do something, usually unnecessary, as a sideline to one’s main business. Gidugapan níyag panlabáda ang súhul sa íyang bána, She took in wash as an addition to her husband’s salary.


dúgay

Cebuano

a. 1. taking a long time. Dúgay nga intirbiyu, A lengthy interview. Dúgay ang kaayuhun sa sangla, It takes long for leprosy to heal. Dúgay siyang nag-ílis (mag-ílis), It took (takes) her long to change; 2. late. Dúgay ang ámung paniudtu, Our lunch was late. Dúgay ming natúlug, We went to sleep late; 3. — na long ago. Dúgay na nà, That was long ago. Dúgay nang nalútù ang sud-an, dúgay nang pagkalútù sa sud-an, The food has been ready for some time; v. 1. take a long time. Dì siya madúgayng pirma, He doesn’t take long to sign. Ug madúgay pa kining sakíta, ... If this sickness lasts much longer ... Wà madúgay, namatay siya, It didn’t take long before she died. Dì ku magdúgay dinhi, I won’t stay here for long. Dì ka makadúgayg tubag, You may not take long to answer. Dugáya (idúgay) ug tágù, Put it away for a long time. Unsay gidugáyan ninyug isturya? Why are you talking so long? 1a. last long. Dílì magdúgay kining klasíha sa sapátus, This type of shoes doesn’t last long; 2. get to be late, delayed. Ug mudúgay tag adtu, mudúgay sag paúlì, If we go late, we’ll come home late. Nadúgay ang suwat, The letter was delayed; 3. — na get to be a long time. Sa nadúgay na níyang trabáhu didtu, After he had worked there for a long time ... Sa nagkadugay na, As time went on ... dugaydugay a. 1. taking some time; 2. somewhat late; 3. — na some time ago. -an(→) a. tending to take long to do things. Dugayan siyang sugúun, He takes long to do things he is told to do. gi-un(→), ka-un(→) n. length of time. hiN- it’s been long enough now. Hinúgay na niánang ímung paghilakhílak, You’ve been crying long enough now. (Stop it.) v. keep doing something too long and too much. Ayaw ug hinugáyi ug lisùlísù ang siradúra, Don’t keep turning that lock. ka-an the long run. Sa kadugáyan maáyu ra nà, In the long run it will surely get better.


dugay

Cebuano

adj. long (time)


dugay

Cebuano

chronic


dugay

Cebuano

long-term


dugay

Cebuano

time


overdue


dugbak

Cebuano

a. for something firm to be thoroughly rotten. Dugbak nga káhuy, A piece of wood completely rotted. Dugbak na kaáyu ang patay, The body was in an advanced state of decomposition; v. rot.


dugdog

Cebuano

thunder


dugdug

Cebuano

see dalugdug.


dughan

Cebuano

n. 1. chest, breast. Ipahigdà ang bátà sa íyang dughan, Lay the child on its chest. Bugdu nga dughan, A full bosom; 2. breast, as seat of emotions. Mikúba ang ákung dughan, My heart beat rapidly; 2a. sakit ang — be deeply worried about some situation. Nagsakit ang ákung dughan ánang batáa kay dì magtuun, I’m worried about that child because he doesn’t study; 3. part around the chest of a garment. Guut ang dughan sa ákung sinínà, My dress is narrow around the chest; v. hit in the breast. -un a. full-breasted, buxom. -un ug tiyan a. pot-bellied (humorous).


dughan

Cebuano

n. bosom


dughan

Cebuano

n. breast


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