List of Cebuano words starting with the letter D - Page 99

duko

Cebuano

duck



duko

Cebuano

stoop


duko

Cebuano

yield


dukot

Cebuano

adhere


dukot

Cebuano

stick


duktrína

Cebuano

n. doctrine. — Kristiyána n. rudiments of the Roman Catholic religion.


duktur

Cebuano

n. 1. doctor, physician; 2. title of a physician; 3. — láway a folk healer that treats by application of saliva; 4. — rural rural doctor; v. 1. be, become a doctor. Maduktur kag magtuun ka, You will become a doctor if you study. Magduktur siya damag, He hopes to be a doctor. Ang dakù níyang hílig sa pagpanambal muy nakaduktur (nakapaduktur) níya, His great inclination to treat sick people made him a doctor. Duktúrun (paduktúrun) ku ang ákung pangánay, I’ll have my eldest child become a doctor. Mau nang uspitála ang íyang giduktúran, That is the hospital where he works as a doctor; 2. doctor information. Dukturan nátù ang mga ansir arun makahandrid ka, We’ll doctor the answers so you get a hundred; 3. be treated by a physician. Gidukturan na siya piru wà maáyu, He was treated by a physician but he didn’t get well. (→) see duktur, n 1, v. pa- v. have a doctor treat something Magpaduktur ku ning ákung ubu, I’m going to the doctor for my cold. Padukturi siya kay nagkaluspad, Have a doctor treat her because she is getting pale. Wà tay kwartang ipaduktur, We have no money to get medical treatment. paka- v. 1. pretend to be a doctor, treat like a doctor; 2. strive to become a doctor.


duktúra

Cebuano

see duktur (female).


dukù

Cebuano

v. 1. bow the head, bend over. Mudukù lang siyag kasab-an, He just bows his head if they cuss him out. Idukù (dukua, ipadukù, padukua) ang ímung úlu arun makaagi ka, Bend over so you can pass; 1a. — ug paalut submissive, allowing people to do whatever they want to one without complaint; 2. for plants to bend. Sanga nga nagdukù tungud sa daghang búnga, A branch weighted down with fruit. Nagdukù na ang humay, The rice is nearly ripe now (lit. the stems are bent with grains). (←) v. be bent over one’s work in extreme concentration. Magdúkù tag tuun kay tís ugmà, Let’s engross ourselves in our studies, because we have a test tomorrow. padukùdúkù v. pretend to be working seriously. Magpadukùdúkù siyag makinilya ug bantayan, She pretends to be busy with her typing if someone watches her.


dukul

Cebuano

v. see dakul; n. stone used in fashioning clay pots. The stone is knocked on the inside at the same time as the outside is knocked with a paddle.


dukumintu

Cebuano

n. written document in proof of something Way dukumintu ang pagpalit ku sa yútà, There was no document made when I bought the land. — sa pálit n. deed of sale; v. prepare a document for something dukumintádu a. documented.


dukung

Cebuano

see dakul.


dukut

Cebuano

v. 1. get stuck in or to something Midukut (nadukut) ang trák sa lápuk, The truck got mired in the mud. Ang tíkug húmuk duktan ug pulug, Dye sticks readily to that kind of reed; 2. not move from a place, stick to a job. Ngánung midukut ka ánang palahúbug? Bulagi, Why do you stick to that drunkard? Break off from him. Pastilan nakadukut níya sa íyang trabáhu! My, how he concentrated on his work! 3. for starchy foods to form a crust at the pot. Midukut na ang nilung-ag, The rice has formed a crust; n. crust of boiled starches formed on the pot. (→) v. 1. stick to an intense degree. Nagdúkut ang buling sa kwilyu, The dirt is sticking terribly to the collar; 2. adhere to each other. Magdúkut ang pinyátu, The pieces of peanut brittle stick to each other; 3. be close to one another. Nagdúkut silag lingkud, They sat close to one another; 4. for fire to catch to something Nagdúkut ang káyu sa atup, The fire is spreading to the roof. Naduktan ang silíngang balay, The neighboring houses caught fire. duktanan ug buling tending to get dirty easily. Ang puting sinínà duktanan ug buling, White dresses get dirty easily.


dukuton

Cebuano

kidnap


dul-ay

Cebuano

v. spit up, for a baby to vomit up excess food taken in. Ug iug-ug ang bátà, mudul-ay nyà, If you shake the baby, he will spit up. Idul-ay níya ang kináun, She spits up what she had eaten; n. material spit up by a baby. -un(→) a. tending to spit up.


dul-it

Cebuano

v. touch the tip or end of something to something Dihay midul-it (nagdul-it) ug báraw sa íyang likud, someone poked a dagger in his back. Dul-ítun ta ning duha ka lamísa, Let’s join the two tables at their ends.


dul-u

Cebuano

v. deliver, take s.w. Idul-u ni ngadtu, Bring this there.


dul-ug

Cebuano

v. help someone lift a load to carry it on his head or shoulders. Kinsay nagdul-ug nímu sa usa ka sákung bugas, Who helped you lift the sack of rice to carry on your back?


dul-ung

Cebuano

v. 1. go up to a place. Nagdul-ung ang barku sa pantalan, The boat was about to dock; 2. deliver, take something to a place. Harbur paylut muy mudul-ung sa barku sa pantalan, The harbor pilot steers the boat to the dock. Idul-ung ning suwat sa íla, Bring this letter to their house. hi-/ha- v. reach a place. Paghidul-ung ku sa balay nagdilaab na, When I reached the house, it was in flames.


dula

Cebuano

a. for animals to be shy and not allow anyone to approach them. Lisud dakpun ang sunuy nga dula kaáyu, It’s hard to catch a rooster that is very shy; v. be shy. Nagkadula ang mga ungguy sukad napusilan ug usa, The monkeys are becoming shier now that one of them was shot.


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