List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter D - Page 3

dagámi

Hiligaynon

Straw, especially rice-straw.



dagánas

Hiligaynon

Murmur, babble, purl, the noise of rushing water; to murmur, rush, babble, purl, run by noisily (of water); to sigh, sough, whistle, moan, howl (of wind; to rustle (of dry leaves, etc.). (see dagáas, hugánas).


dagándan

Hiligaynon

A fence of horizontal split bamboo fastened to posts about a yard apart; to make such a fence. Dagandaní ang sa idálum sang baláy, ang pamulákan, etc. Make a dagándan-fence around the lower part of the house, around the flower-garden, etc. Dagandaná iníng mga kawáyan. Prepare this bamboo for a dagándan-fence or make a dagándan-fence of it. Idagándan iníng mga kawayán. Use this bamboo for making a dagándan-fence. Diín si tátay mo?-Nagadagándan siá sang talámnan. Where is your father?-He is making a dagándan-fence round the field. (see síklat-a fence of vertical split bamboo).


dagándan

Hiligaynon

To step quickly down a ladder, run quickly down-stairs. (see dalándan).


dagangbúlan

Hiligaynon

March, the month of March. (see márso).


dagángdang

Hiligaynon

Bright red, scarlet, etc. See dagáang id. Nagadagáang gid (nagadagángdang gid) ang íya báyò, bisán kon tan-awón sa malayô. Her dress is conspicuously red, even if seen from a great distance.


dagangkáhoy

Hiligaynon

February, the month of February. (see pebréro).


dágas

Hiligaynon

(B) To gather fruit with pole and hook, to hook and shake down fruit. The kalawít is mostly used for the purpose, which, in plucking mangoes, etc. that might be injured in falling, has a little sack or bag (dawín) attached, into which the fruit drops. Dagása ang mga páhò. Pluck the mangoes with pole and hook. Dinágas níya ang dúldul. He collected the pods from the cotton-tree with pole and hook. (see dúgus id.).


dagás

Hiligaynon

Fallen, dropped from the tree, wind-fall (of fruit).


dagásà

Hiligaynon

Plentiful, abundant, galore; to be or become plentiful, etc. Ang ísdà dagásà or nagadagásà karón. Fish is abundant at present. (see dagáyà, bugánà, abúnda).


dagasâ

Hiligaynon

To run over, knock down. Ang bátà nahúlug sa hágdan, kay gindagasâ sang idô. The child fell down-stairs, for it was knocked over by the dog. (see dalasâ).


dagásan

Hiligaynon

See dagánas.


dagasánan

Hiligaynon

The channel of a river, that part of a river-bed which the river occupies when the water is not in flood. (dagánas, dagásan).


dágat

Hiligaynon

Sea, ocean, main, deep, salt water. (see lawúd).


dagát

Hiligaynon

To make seasick. Ginadagát akó. I am seasick. Ang madagatón dagatón gid, bisán hagánhágan ang linggílínggi sang sakayán. One very liable to get seasick will get seasick, even if the boat should roll only a little.


dagátnon

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to-, of the-, sea, coloured like the sea, sea-green, (dágat).


dágay

Hiligaynon

A furrow-slice, the soil turned up by the plough, especially when ploughing in wet soil.


dágay

Hiligaynon

To rise, go to the head, said of alcoholic liquors or the like. Nagdágay na sa íya úlo ang tubâ. The toddy has gone to his head.


dágay

Hiligaynon

To show, expose, display, exhibit, bring forth, produce, set out or forth, put out, place so as to be seen. Idágay ang mga pagkáon, ang mga balalígyà, etc. Put the food on the table, display the merchandise, etc. Dagáyi akó sing mga lápis. Show me some pencils. (see kúyang, pakítà).


dagáyà

Hiligaynon

Plentiful, swarming, teeming, etc. See dagásà, bugánà. Dagáyà or nagadagáyà na ang humáy. Rice is now to be had in abundance.


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