List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter D - Page 26

dayáhan, day-áhan

Hiligaynon

See dai-áhan-beach, etc.



dayán

Hiligaynon

To walk or stroll about, promenade, saunter; to take out for a walk, give an airing to. Nagadayán siá sa plása. He is taking a stroll in (on) the public square. Ginadayán sang ilóy ang íya bátà, kay nagahibî. The mother is taking the baby out for a walk, for an airing, because it is crying. (see lágaw).


dayán-dáyan

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of dayán. Indî ka magságad batáng, kóndì magdayándáyan ka. Don't be always lying down, but take a walk. (see lagáw-lágaw).


dayáw

Hiligaynon

Dandy, coxcomb, fop, dude, masher, exquisite, swell; to be or become a dandy, etc., to deck oneself out for show, dress ostentatiously. Nagadayáw siá, kay dalagíta na. She is dressing herself for show, because she is now growing out of her girlhood. Abáw, kadayáw gid sa íya! Why, he is quite a dandy! (see padayáw).


dáyaw

Hiligaynon

To praise, exalt, extol, esteem, appreciate, magnify, glorify, make much of, speak well of, honour, admire, laud, think or speak highly of. Dayáwon ang Diós. Praised be God. Blessed be God. Ginadáyaw níla ang bág-o nga simbáhan. They are full of praise for the new church. Dayáwa siá, kay dalayáwon. Honour him, for he is worthy of honour. Gindáyaw ko siá, kay nakasáyod akó nga dalayawón siá, kag iniháwan akó níya sing manók kag ginpainúm sing tubâ. I flattered him, because I knew that flattery goes down with him, and he killed a chicken for me and gave me some toddy to drink. Idáyaw sa íya ang íya bág-o nga baláy, ang íya kaálam, etc. Speak well of his new house, of his learning, etc. Gindáyaw níla siá tungúd sang madámù níya nga pagkasampáton. They exalted him on account of his many accomplishments. (see padungúg).


dáyday

Hiligaynon

To form-, follow-, keep-, in line, stand-in a row,-in file,-in rank, walk in Indian file. Nagadáyday ang mga táo sa prosesyón. The people in the procession are keeping in line. Daydayá ang mga bátà. Draw up the children in line. Daydayí ang binít sang dálan sang mga eskwéla. Make the school-children stand in a row at the side of the road. Padaydayá ang mga bátà. Make the children form in line. (see ídas, andána, kóro).


Place for a line-up, where people or things are formed in lines or rows. (dáyday).


dáyhat

Hiligaynon

To receive, obtain, lay hands on. (see dáwat, dáwhat, báton, dángat).


dayók

Hiligaynon

Salt-fish, salted fish. (see ginamós, lílang, patís, lamayó).


dáyon

Hiligaynon

Continuous, permanent, lasting, perpetual, eternal, at all times, evermore, constantly, always, everlastingly; to continue, go on with, last, stay for some time, lodge, sojourn, visit or call upon for an extended period, spend some time. Dáyon ang kabúhì sang kalág, umalági ang íya sang láwas. The life of the soul is eternal, that of the body transitory. Sa dáyon nga ínit nagláyà ang madámù nga mga tanúm. On account of the long drought many plants withered. Dayóna ang ímo pagbása, paglakát, hámbal, etc. Go on with your reading, your march, your speech, etc. Magdáyon ka dirí sa ámon. Stay here with us for a time. Diín ang ginadayónan mo? Where are you staying? Kon magsakáy ka pa Manílà saráng mo madayónan dídto ang ákon tíò. When you go to Manila, you can stay at my uncle's there. Dáyon gid lang ang paghibî siníng bátà. This baby is always crying.


dayón

Hiligaynon

To carry out, go on with, perform, execute, accomplish; fulfil, put into execution, realise, get or go through a business. (see tarús).


debosyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. devoción) Devotion, piety. Mangadî ka sa may debosyón. Pray devoutly.


debóto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. devoto) Devout, pious, religious, devotee. (see madebosyónon, mainampóon).


dedál

Hiligaynon

(Sp. dedal) Thimble.


deklamár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. declamar] To declaim, recite. Gindeklamár níya ang isá ka matahúm nga binaláybay. He recited a beautiful poem. (see pamítlang, pamúlong).


delána

Hiligaynon

(Sp. lána) Woollen, of wool, flannel. (dilána id.).


delárgo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. de largo) Long trousers, pantaloons, pants, breeches, small-clothes; to wear trousers, etc. Nagadelárgo na iníng bátà. This boy is wearing long trousers already. Kon magbáklay ka sa bakólod índì ka magdelárgo, kóndì magpuróy ka lang. If you go over the hill, don't wear long trousers, but knee-breeches, knickerbockers, shorts. (see sárwal, pantelón, puróy).


demasyádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. demasiado) Too much, excessive, more than enough, exceeding, beyond proper limits. (see masyádo, lám-ag, lakás, dúro, támà, súkò, sóbra).


depékto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. defecto) Defect, imperfection, blemish, fault. (see samád, kasamarán, kakulángan, sayúp, salâ, balatían, torák, kinaláin).


dependiénte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. dependiente) Dependent, subject to, inferior to, menial; servant, employee. (see sologoón, sákup, ginsakúpan, ayóp, batâbátà).


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