List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 96

dugmù

Cebuano

v. fall forwards with the knees hitting the ground first. Nadugmù ku sa nagbansiwag nga gamut, I tripped and fell on the root that was sticking out.



dugmù

Cebuano

v. wrestle, fight with grappling. Gidugmù (gidugmúan) sa asáwa ang babáyi sa íyang bána, The wife fought with her husband’s mistress.


dugmuk

Cebuano

v. 1. crush into small pieces or powder. Nadugmuk ang súpas sa garapun, The crackers in the jar got all broken to pieces. Dugmúka ang pasáyan úsà iságul, Crush the shrimps before you put them in. 2. change a bill. Dugmúka nang dyasingku, Please change this fiver; n. 1. something crushed into bits; 2. the little pieces of bread and pastry left over when baked goods have been cut for sale. sulting — statement not worth giving credence. Ayaw tuhúi kanang mga tabì. Púru nà sulting dugmuk, Don’t believe that gossip. They’re just stories.


dugmun

Cebuano

n. 1. rags; 2. things gathered by an animal to prepare its bed for giving birth; v. 1. lie down in the midst of disorder. Didtu siya magdugmun sa suuk, He lay down in the dirt in the corner; 2. spread rags for an animal to give birth on. Nagdugmun ang anay kay taliának na, The sow gathered stuff because she was about to give birth; 3. get enmeshed in a net. Sa pagdasmag, ang isdà madugmun sa báling, In lunging, the fish enmeshes itself in the net.


dugnas

Cebuano

v. for the leaves of annuals which yield roots or vegetables to wither when the crop has been gathered or is ready for gathering. Mudugnas (madugnas) na gánì ang dáhun sa úbi, kanà panglihun na, When the leaves of the yam die out, it means the tubers are ready for gathering.


dugo

Cebuano

bleed


dugo

Cebuano

n. blood


dugokan

Cebuano

backbone


dugokan

Cebuano

spine


dugokan

Cebuano

vertebra


dugos

Cebuano

n. honey


dugos

Cebuano

nectar


dugos sa bulak

Cebuano

honeydew


dugsak

Cebuano

v. thrust something long at something with force. Dugsáka ang halu sa bangag, Thrust a pole at the monitor lizard in the hole. Idugsak ang ísi sa íhu, Thrust the harpoon into the shark; n. thrust with something long. Dì pa madutlan sa usa ka dugsak, You can’t pierce it with one thrust.


dugsang

Cebuano

see dugsak.


dugsib

Cebuano

v. set fire to something with a burning torch. Dugsíbi ang ílang balay, Set fire to their house.


dugsù

Cebuano

n. kind of fish.


dugtà

Cebuano

a. worn out to shreds, rotten and badly decomposed, completely decayed. Dugtang banig, A mat worn to shreds. Dugtang láwas sa patay, Completely decayed body of the corpse. Dugtang balay, A house that is rotted through; v. get completely rotten, or worn out. Gidugtáan siyag tulu ka buuk karsúnis, wà gihápun kaswilduhi, He has worn three pairs of pants to shreds, and he still hasn’t received his pay.


dugtong

Cebuano

connect


dugtong

Cebuano

n. link


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