List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter D - Page 5

dagóldol

Hiligaynon

See dagóldagól.



dagón-dágon

Hiligaynon

(B) To step out, walk briskly, walk with quick steps. Nagadagón-dágon siá sa íya paglakát. He is walking with rapid strides. Dagóndagóna ang ímo pagtikáng. Hasten your steps. Quicken your pace. (see dalîdálì).


dagóok

Hiligaynon

A rumbling, rolling sound; borborygmus, borborygm; to emit such a sound. Abáw, kabáskug sang dagóok sang tián mo! Oh, how loud your stomach is rumbling! (see dághob, dagúbdub, dagúob).


dagósò

Hiligaynon

To throng, swarm, move in crowds. See dalagósò.


dagótdot

Hiligaynon

A continuous, steady, but not very heavy, rain; to rain a long time, but not in heavy showers, to rain-steadily,-without a break.


dagótdot

Hiligaynon

A kind of grass; a weed growing in barren soil; barren, waste.


dagótdot

Hiligaynon

Debris, refuse, rubbish, weeds, roots, small pieces of wood, etc. lying on the beach. (see dágsà).


dágpà

Hiligaynon

To fall prone, to fall face downwards. Nakadágpà siá. He fell on his face. He fell prone on the ground. Padagpaá siá. Throw him down on his face. Dagpaí siá. Throw yourself down on him. (see dúsmò).


dágpak

Hiligaynon

Matting coated with pitch added to a dug-out to give the boat depth, weather-board; keel, bottom, hold (of a vessel). Sinulúd sang túbig ang sakayán nga may dakû nga búhò sa dágpak sa idálum. The water entered the ship through a large hole in its side (below the water-level).


dágpì

Hiligaynon

To rap, fillip: to tap, pat. (see lágpì).


dágras

Hiligaynon

To be thoughtless, act recklessly or without reflection. (see dalás, dágmit, tabinás, hinalî).


dágsà

Hiligaynon

Drift-wood: to drift, float, carry-, bear-, afloat. Ang túbig nagadágsà sang káhoy. The water carries along the wood. Kon may bahâ madámù nga mga káhoy ang ginadágsà sang subâ sa báybay. When there is a flood, much wood drifts down the river to the beach. Iníng mga káhoy pulús gid mga dinágsà sang paglubás sang bágyo sang tinalíkdan nga búlan. All this wood was-drifted,-floated, here, when the storm passed last month. (see rórok).


dágsang

Hiligaynon

To fester, suppurate, gangrene, become septic or infected, to gather or form pus, discharge matter. Nagadágsang ang íya hubág, pilás, etc. His boil, wound, etc. is festering.


dágtà

Hiligaynon

Stain, blot, blotch, splash, smut, smudge, grime, spot, smear, daub, smirch, blemish; to stain, blot, mar, foul, etc. Ang dágtà sang salâ. The stain of sin. Nadagtaán siá sing lúnang, tínta, etc. He got stained with mud, with ink, etc. Idágtà mo sa íyang báyò iníng tínta. Stain his jacket with this ink. Ang kalág sang Mahál nga Birhen walâ madagtaí sang salâ nga panublión. The soul of the Blessed Virgin was not stained by original sin. Dinagtaán níya ang kadunggánan sang íya panimaláy. He besmirched the honour of his family. (see músing, bulíng, hígkò).


dagtaón

Hiligaynon

Stained, blotched, sullied, slurred, soiled, contaminated, polluted. (see dágtà, bulingón, mahígkò).


dagúbdub

Hiligaynon

To rumble, boom, etc. See dághob. Ang mga bagón sang perokaríl nagadagúbdub. The railway wagons are rumbling past.


dagulás

Hiligaynon

To wear out by constant use, etc. See dagumák, saguláy, sarabóg. Also: To take without ceremony, make use of another man's property without his permission. (see lámang, lábni, kúhà, buúl).


dagúldul

Hiligaynon

See dagóldol.


daguldúlan

Hiligaynon

A kind of small fish, also called dánglay (when very small) and dalupanî (when full-grown).


dágum

Hiligaynon

Needle.


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