List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter D - Page 49

dúnggan

Hiligaynon

From dungúg-to hear, etc.



dunggánan

Hiligaynon

Honourable, respectable, estimable, reputable, full of honour and dignity, distinguished, famous, well-known, of high esteem or repute, of good repute. (dungúg).


dunggánon

Hiligaynon

Worthy of-honour,-respect,-esteem, to be honoured, meriting distinction, honourable. (see dungúg, dunggánan, talahúron, talaháon).


dúnggas

Hiligaynon

A skin disease, a kind of eczema or herpes attacking large parts of the skin and spreading rapidly. Also used as a verb. May dúnggas siá-or-ginadúnggas siá-or-ginadunggasán siá. He has the skin-disease "dúnggas". Sang túig nga tinalíkdan dinunggasán ang íya bátà sang dídto siá sa umá, ápang karón maáyo na siá. Last year his child had the skin-disease "dúnggas", when he was staying at his farm, but now it is well again. Indì ka magságad óbog sa mahígkò nga mga danáw kay básì dunggasón ikáw. Don't wade through dirty mud-puddles, for you may get the skin-disease "dúnggas". (In the "dúnggas" the pustules, eruptions and excoriations are thickly spread over considerable portions of the skin and so near together that there is scarcely a healthy spot left between them. The head, cheeks and chin, especially of children, seem to be most liable to contract "dúnggas"). (see dukót).


dúnggò

Hiligaynon

To attack, assail, fasten on, take, afflict with, strike, lay low, get hold of, (said of a disease). Nagdúnggò sa ákon ang trankáso. Influenza got hold of me. Gindúnggò siá sang butí. He was attacked by small-pox. Andam ka, kay básì pagadunggoón ka man sang kólera. Be careful or you may also fall a victim to cholera. Dinúnggò siá sang balaúd. He was laid low with dysentery. He took sick of dysentery. He had an attack of dysentery. He had-,-was down with-, dysentery. (see sángkò, sákrò, tapík, abút).


dúngkà

Hiligaynon

To land, make port, arrive in port, put into-, attain-, gain-, port, obtain one's object. Magdúngkà kitá sa madalî, kay daw maabút ang bágyo. Let us make for port at once, for it looks as if a storm were coming. Kaína sang ága nagdúngkà ang bapór. The steamer arrived in port this morning. Padungkaá-or-ipadúngkà ang sakayán. Put the vessel into port. Padungkaá silá sa báybay, kay buót silá maglúsad. Effect a landing for them on the beach, for they wish to disembark. Nakadúngkà na siá sa palangakóan nga íya ginhándum nga dáan. He has now finally obtained the office he has aspired to so long. Pinadungkaán níla sang sakayán ang amó nga báhin sang pulô. They put the vessel ashore at that part of the island. (see tákas).


dungkáan

Hiligaynon

Port, harbour, haven, landing; goal, end, termination, fulfilment.


dúngkul

Hiligaynon

A piece of rather thick, stout fire-wood, often used to keep the fire alive for a long time and to rekindle the fire without the use of matches, a log, yule-log; to put a large piece of wood or a log on the fire. Dungkulí ang kaláyo. Put a log of wood on the fire. (see agipó).


dungkúl-dúngkul

Hiligaynon

Dim. of dúngkul. Also: to lie like a log. Nagapandungkúldúngkul siá; sa ákon bántà may ginabátyag siá nga balatían. I think he is ill; he lies there so quietly (like a log).


dungkulán

Hiligaynon

A log, a large piece of fire-wood.


dúnglay

Hiligaynon

To bend, incline, droop, get soft and pliable (as a candle from heat). Kon maínit gid ang tiémpo, magadúnglay ang mga kandílà. If it is very hot, the candles bend. Nadunglayán ang pínggan nga napatindogán sang kandílà. The candle bent over the plate on which it stood. Padunglayá ang úlo mo. Incline-, bow-, bend-, your head. (see dúplay, tabulî, talingí).


dúngon

Hiligaynon

A kind of hardwood tree and its valuable timber.


dungúg

Hiligaynon

Fame, repute, reputation, name, renown, celebrity, notoriety, notability, glory, distinction, mark, figure; also used as a verb: Ginapadúnggan ta ang mga Sántos. We venerate the Saints. Magpadungúg ka sa íya. Honour him. Respect him. Ang ímo dungúg nagapangáyò sinâ. Your reputation requires that. Húptan mo ang imo dungúg. Guard your honour. Keep your name unsullied. (see kadunggánan).


dungúg

Hiligaynon

To hear, overhear, catch (by hearing), get to know by hearsay. Nakadungúg ka nga --? Have you heard that --? Nadúnggan mo ang natabû sa Manílà? Have you heard what happened in Manila? Dúnggi akó kag pamatíi. Hear me and listen. Ipadungúg mo sa íya iníng ákon mga púlong. Bring these words of mine to his knowledge. See that these words of mine reach his ears. (see batî).


dungúk

Hiligaynon

To incline one's head forward, look down, bend-, bow-, the head. Dungúk ka or magdungúk ka. Incline your head. Gindungukán akó níya sang íya úlo. He bowed his head to me. Idungúk or padunguká ang úlo mo. Bow your head. (see dukô, tamúd, kuúb).


dungúl

Hiligaynon

Very poor, pauper, indigent, destitute, penniless, needy, necessitous, distressed, straitened, pinched, penurious; to be or become very poor, suffer great privations, etc. Dungúl siá nga táo, kay abátabát gid lámang kag kamús-kamús ang íya pagkáon. He is very poor, for he really lives only from hand to mouth. (N.B. Dungúl supposes a greater degree of poverty than either ímol or póbre).


dungúl-dungúl

Hiligaynon

Dim. of dungúl. Poor, needy, reduced, embarrassed, impecunious, straitened, living in reduced circumstances.


dúngul, dungulán

Hiligaynon

See dúngkul, dungkulán-a log, etc.


dunút

Hiligaynon

Rotten, putrid, spoilt, decaying, corrupt; soft, overripe. Dunút nga káhoy. Rotten wood. Dunút nga lángkà. An overripe jack-fruit. Dunút nga batásan. Depraved habits. (see gabúk).


dúnut

Hiligaynon

To decay, rot, spoil, putrefy, decompose, corrupt; to become or make soft. Nadúnut ang káhoy sa dútà. The wood rotted in the ground. Padunúta lang sa dútà iníng káhoy. Just let this wood rot in the ground. Dunúta ang linúgaw, kamóti, ságing, etc. Make the rice-porridge soft, let the sweet potatoes, the bananas, etc. get very soft. Nadunútan ang ámon baláy sing duhá ka halígi. Two posts of our house have become rotten. (see gabúk).


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