List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter D - Page 17

dámpug

Hiligaynon

Of extraordinary size or strength, terrific, enormous, gigantic, huge. May napúlò pa lang kag tátlo siá ka túig, ápang daw dámpug na. He is only thirteen years old, but looks like a giant.



dampúgan

Hiligaynon

Overshadowing, lowering, threatening, terrible, fearful, awful, terrific, gigantic; of evil omen or impending misfortune. (see dámpug, makahahádluk, makakulúgmat, makalilísang).


dampúrat

Hiligaynon

Foolish talk, nonsense; to utter nonsense, talk like a fool, drivel, prate, prattle. Indì ka magdampúrat. Don't talk nonsense. Anó na man ang íya gindampúrat? What bosh or trash did he utter this time? (see lásang, búrà, lamádà, etc.).


(H) etc. See dámò, damô, damóg, damókol, etc.


damulága

Hiligaynon

Any female animal nearing the age of bearing. (see dumalága).


damúli

Hiligaynon

To soil, dirty, mess, muss, besoiled, dirtied, messed, mussed, stained. Nagadamúli gid ang íya mga panápton. His clothes are very dirty. (see búlit, damúlit, hígkò, dágtà, músing, táp-ing, etc.).


damúlit

Hiligaynon

(H) To stain, soil, etc. See damúli, búlit, etc. Nadamulítan akó sang lúnang. I was covered with mud.


dan

Hiligaynon

An exclamation of frequent use equivalent to: Yes, that is it. Here you are. Now you have got it-or-have understood it. So it is. So far so good. Now you see the point. Did'nt I tell you. (see , , ).


dán-ok

Hiligaynon

To shove, push, thrust, throw. Idán-ok siá sa kalóg. Push him into the ditch. (see balún-ok, tulúd, tíklod, dís-og).


dánag, dán-ag

Hiligaynon

To be light or clear, to shine, etc. See sánag.


dánas

Hiligaynon

To drag, draggle, pull, haul. (see gánoy, gúyud, bútong).


danáw

Hiligaynon

Pool, puddle, piece of swampy soil, small collection of water in a hole or depression as seen after a heavy shower of rain; to form puddles or pools. Nagadanáw ang túbig sa dálan or ang dálan ginadanawán sang túbig or may mga danáw sa dálan. The water is making puddles on the road.


dándan

Hiligaynon

To weave plain cloth without cross-stripes and consequently without the necessity of changing the colour of thread in the shuttle; the method of weaving without cross-stripes. Ang paghabúl níya sang patádyong dándan gid lámang. Her weaving of the skirt is (was) done without cross-stripes i.e. just straight on, quickly. Dandaná lang ang paghabúl, agúd madásig. Simply weave the cloth straight on without cross-stripes, so that it may soon be finished. (see dalándan-to fly down-stairs).


dáng-dang

Hiligaynon

Bright, conspicuous, visible from a far distance, gaudy, garish, showy, flaunting, glaring, flaring, vivid; to be bright, etc. Nagadángdang ang íya báyò, ang mga búlak siníng káhoy, ang duág sang íya baláy etc. His jacket is of a bright colour, the flowers of this tree are very showy, the colour of his house is visible from a great distance, etc. (see dagáang, dagángdang, dánggà).


dangál

Hiligaynon

Dull, blunt (of edged tools). (see hábul, mahábul, umál).


dangál

Hiligaynon

Fool, ass, simpleton, ninny, booby, zany, goose, gaby, nincompoop, looby. (see tampuháw, kalúndong, kólò, kóloy, kolôkolô, úmang, búang, lóko, tónto). Dangál siá. He is a fool. Dinangál gid lang ang íya nga sinúgid. What he said was bosh, he talked nonsense.


dángas

Hiligaynon

To strike, blow-, beat-, upon with full force (said of wind, etc.). (see ábong, dánggas, dángkal, yásyas, dásdas).


dángat

Hiligaynon

To reach, obtain, acquire, get at, receive, take hold of, win, procure, secure, gain. Makadángat ka balá sinâ or madangátan mo balá inâ? Do you think you can obtain-, secure-, that? Amó na inâ ang makaloló-oy nga kahimtángan nga dinangátan níya. That is the pitiable plight he is reduced to. Idángat mo akó siní. Kindly obtain this favour for me. Walâ sía makadángat sang íya katuyoán. His plan did not succeed. Buháta iní túbtub sa ímo madangátan. Do this according to the best of your abilities. Do it as well as you can. (see lámbut, dáb-ot, ámbit).


dángaw

Hiligaynon

The span of the hand between the tip of the thumb and the tip of the middle-finger. (see balángit-the span between the tip of the thumb and the tip of the fore-finger).


dangáw

Hiligaynon

To swim; ford a deep river, etc., using one's arms and hands somewhat like an oar in alternate strokes on the left and right.


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