Meaning of di

di

Cebuano

n. letter D.



Cebuano

see dílì.


di-

Cebuano

prefix, usually followed by nouns of Spanish origin; 1. having a (noun) where it is something special to have one. Púru dikutsi ang ámung silíngan, Our neighbors all have cars. Diamirkána pa ba diay muadtug upisína? You mean to say they wear jackets to the office? Diayskrim giyud ang ámung pabugnaw, We had refreshments with ice cream; 2. characterized by having being made of (noun). Sapátus digúma, Rubber shoes. Kísu dibúla, Cheese shaped like balls. Dialta ílang mga amígu, Their friends are high society. Manuk dirása, Special breed of chicken; 3. having (noun) as a source of motion. Plantsa dikuryinti, Electric iron. Makina dimánu, dipiyi, Hand-, foot-operated machine. Dinútang pagtukar, Playing from the notes. Ripling dirapidu, dibumba, Automatic, air rifle; 4. intended for the use of (noun). Rilu dipulsu, dibulsa, A wrist, pocket watch. Tráhi dibayli, Dancing costume. Bapur digíra, Warship. Trák dipasahíru, Passenger bus; 5. -kampanilya a. abugádu -kampanilya first class lawyer (one that calls his helpers with a bell). b. anything high class. Dikampanilya na kanang pamilyáha, That family is high class; 6. -kumbáti nga parul, sugà barn lantern.