List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter D - Page 25

dáwa

Hiligaynon

A kind of grain resembling Indian corn; millet. (see batád).



dawâ-dawâ

Hiligaynon

Satisfactory, middling, pretty well off, rather well to do, having enough, neither rich nor poor. (see dirâ-dirâ, ayádayád, hingánhingán, maáyo, gáwa).


dawát

Hiligaynon

A kind of shell-fish.


dáwat

Hiligaynon

To accept or receive something from the hand of another. Dawáta iní, kay ginadóhol ko sa ímo. Accept this, for I am offering it to you. Take this, as I am holding it out to you. (N. B. dáwat has often also the meaning of receiving something unpleasant or injurious, to get it, catch it. Nakadáwat siá sang sílot, balatían, kárà, etc. He was punished, contracted a disease, got a scolding, etc.). (see dáwhat, dawô).


dawát

Hiligaynon

To relish food again, begin to eat again, get back one's appetite. (see hawát).


dawát-dawát

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of dawát. (see hawáthawát).


dawatán

Hiligaynon

A receptacle, especially the bamboo receptacle used in the collection of toddy from the coconut palms. Ang sulúd sang salúd ginawaní sang mananggéte sa íya nga dawatán. The palm-wine collector empties the contents of the vessel attached to the fruit-stalk of the coconut palm into his collecting-receptacle. (see kawít, pasók).


dáwdaw

Hiligaynon

To turn round, spin, whirl, twirl. (see búyung, túyub, tíyog).


dawdáwan

Hiligaynon

Machine, engine, mill. (see dáwdaw, galingán, pábrika).


dáwhat

Hiligaynon

To receive, etc. See dáwat, dawô, dáb-ot. Dawhatá iní. Take hold of this. Receive this in your hand.


dáwi

Hiligaynon

To fish with rod, line and hook, catch fish (in the sea). (see pamunít, pangísdà).


dawín

Hiligaynon

A small basket used in gathering various fruits as kadiós, maní, maize, mangoes, etc.


dawô

Hiligaynon

To take hold of with one's hand, accept, receive. See dáwat, dáwhat. Dáw-a iní. Take this in your hand. (see dahô).


dáwog

Hiligaynon

The fruit-stalk of a coconut palm. Iníng isá ka dáwog may napúlò ka lubí. This fruit-stalk is bearing ten coconuts. (see balayóbay, báwog).


dawóg

Hiligaynon

Vine-shoots or branches going off in all directions; to creep, spread or extend over the ground, said of vine-shoots or the like. Nagadawóg na ang kamóte or may dawóg na ang kamóte. The sweet-potato is pushing its runners along the ground.


dáy-a

Hiligaynon

See dái-a-to drift, etc.


dáy-us

Hiligaynon

To slip, make a false step. Nakadáy-us siá sa latayán kag nahúlug sa túbig. He slipped on the gangplank and fell into the water. (see dalín-as, dúpyas).


dáya

Hiligaynon

(B) That, that there. (see diá, riá, ra, inâ, yanâ).


dáyà

Hiligaynon

Trick, cheat, wile, cheating, trickery, fraud; to cheat, trick, do, diddle, take in, defraud, overreach, swindle, impose-, practise-, play-, put-, palm-, foist-, upon. Nagdáyà siá sa ákon or gindayáan níya akó. He cheated me. He defrauded me. He played a trick on me. Ginaanó mo pagdáyà (Anó ang ginadáyà mo)? What tricks are you up to? (see dasiâ, limbong).


dayág

Hiligaynon

Visible, manifest, public, open, exposed, perceptible, discernible, apparent; to be or become manifest, etc. Nagdayág na ang baláy, kay gintapás námon ang páhò nga naglipúd ánay. The house is now visible, for we have cut down the mango-tree that hid it before. Dayág inâ. That is clear, manifest, known publicly, apparent.


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