daku'advAn action occurs extensively.Sinaylu naman 'adtung 'aparadur kay nagatamsak na ning daku' didtu sa 'āmun bayay.We moved our cupboard to another place because it was spattering extensively inside our house.advdāku' nga dāku'vSomething becomes increasingly extreme, intense, large; people, things, the amount of something becomes increasingly more.daku', kadaku'adjThe size of something is big; the distribution of something is extensive; a situation is extreme; an emotion, natural phenomenon is intense; people, things are many; an amount is abundant or plentiful.Siru'a 'ina' nyan! Nagapangita' ka gid ning daku' nga prublīma.Look at that now! You are surely looking for a big problem.Bāwal kunu 'ang magngilit 'u paligūsan 'ang 'uning kay 'ina' 'ang dahilan nang pagpanglinti' dayugdug kag 'uyan nga daku'.They say that it is forbidden to laugh at or bathe a cat because that is the cause of lightning flashing, thunder and intense rain.'Ang 'īmu nabubu'uy nga sīhi' hay sari'sāri' kung kadaku' 'ang hunas.Shells which you are able to frequently get are of various kinds when the low tide is extreme.Daku' 'ang kalīpay nang magūyang kay binugna'an kunu siya nang Dyus.The happiness of the old man was intense because, he said, he was blessed by God.Kahuga' 'ang nagapamutut kay kadūgay ka makatīpun ning daku' sa 'īmu pilit'an.Gathering pond-field shrimp is difficult because it takes a long time for you to gather many in your container.Busug gid 'aku ka'āyu kay kadaku' 'ang pagkā'un.I am really very satisfied in eating because the food is plentiful.Tāma' lang kadaku' a moderate amount; see tāma'.dāku'1vSomething becomes abundant, big , extreme, intense, much; people or things become many, plentiful.dāku'2vSomeone overdoes an action.daku'daku', kadaku'dāku'int adjvery big in size; very extensive in distribution; a very extreme situation; a very intense emotion, natural phenomenon; very many people, things; very much quantity; a very plentiful amount'Indi' kita kapahūway kay 'ang 'ātun bayay parīhu nay lanāsan 'ini kay 'ang lūnang hay kadaku'dāku'.We were not be able to rest because our house was already like a rice field because the mud was very extensive.Hambay ni Pari Saryu hay sīgi na kunu siya kay daku'daku' da 'adtung makikīta' kung pyista.Friend Sario said that he would go ahead [with the fund-raising project] because very much [money] can be realized if there is a fiesta.daku'daku'1int vSomething becomesvery extreme, veryintense, very large; people or things becomeextremely many.daku'daku'2vSomething is made very big in size, is made very extensive in distribution.daku'daku'anKung makabūlig kunu sinda, 'ang 'indu ginghīmu' nga būlig niyan, hay dāpat daku'daku'an pa gid.If they are able to help, they say, as for your help that is done now, [it] should be made very extensive.daku'daku'iimper vSomething must or should be made very big in size, very extensive in distribution!Daku'daku'i 'ābi 'ang pabīlu nang murun kag birabirahun ma'āyu 'ang pabīlu pāra makatākud sa hāngin.The wick of the bottle torch should please be made very big and the wick should be carefully pulled out little by little so that it will be able to survive in the wind.gadāku' nga nagadāku'Gadāku' nga nagadāku' 'ang 'ab'ab nang baybay didtu da sa 'āmun kwartu na 'isa 'adtung malapit sa dāgat.The holes in the sand in our other room near the sea becameincreasingly large.ginapakadaku'Ginapakadaku' ku gid 'ang 'ikaduha ku nga 'asāwa.My second husband is really admired by me.magdakū'aneg imper vAn action must or should not be overdone by someone!Kung 'ikaw naman magbahug nang 'īmu bābuy hay 'ayaw magdakū'a!When you feed your pig [the feeding] should not be overdone!nagadaku'daku'Nagpānaw na kami 'ina' nyan kay nagadaku'daku' na da 'ang 'uyan nga nagatūyu'.We left then because the rain that was dripping was becoming very intense.nagpadāku''Ang 'ākun lūla 'ang nagpadāku' sa 'ākun kay namatay 'ang 'akun nanay nga dā'an.My grandmother was the one who brought me up because my mother died early.padāku'vSomeone brings up a child.pagpadāku'gersomeone's bringing up a childMay tuyu ka klāsi sa pagpadāku' nang lapsag.There are three ways in bringing up children.pakadaku'vSomeone is admired by someone else.
dakupvSomeone arrests or seizes someone else; someone catches someone else or something.dakpunKung 'ang 'īmu manga manuk hay ma'ila, mahuga' nga dakpun.If your chickens are wild it is difficult that [they] will be caught.gindakupGindakup na 'adtu ninda; hay lumanguy, nagluksu dira' sa pantalan.That one was already arrested by them; [he] swam; jumped [into the water] there at the pier.ginpandakup, ginpinandākupDamu'dāmu' na kunu gāni' 'ang ginpandakup diri na manga tāwu.They say that the people who were all arrested here were very many.madakup1Kung 'ang 'isa nga tag'īya hay gustu magbaligya' ning manuk, madakup 'ini sya kag day'un sa banwa kag 'ibaligya' nya sa gustu magbakay.If the owner likes to sell chickens, she will catch them and bring them to town and sell them to [those who] like to buy.madakup2Ma'āyu pa kung kami 'ang madakup, 'indi' lang 'ang 'āmun tātay kag nānay.It is good if we are the ones who will happen to be arrested, not our father and mother.magdakup1infarresting, to arrest or seizing, to seize someone; catching, to catch someone or something'Imaw 'ina' nga manga lugar 'ang ginakadtu'an nang manga tāwu nga mahīlig magdakup ning dagku' nga manga pispis.Those places are where the many people go who are fond of catching big birds.2vSomeone is arrested or seized by someone else; someone or something is caught by someone.nadakupHay nang nadakup 'adtu, tapus 'ang gyīra.When that one happened to be arrested, the war was finished.nakakadakup'Indi' siya dāpat magkalibug kay kung nagakadtu sinda sa bakūyud kag nakakadakup ning pispis, 'iya gid tanan 'ang karni kag tuy'an.He should not be worried because if they go to the mountain and are frequently able to catch birds the meat and bone are all his.
dalāga1vardarāga1nan unmarried woman beginning at puberty until marriage; usually a young unmarried woman; a spinsterMaswirti 'ang maka'asāwa sa 'unga' ni Dun Lurinsu kay kagwāpa nga dalāga.The one who will be able to marry the daughter of Don Lorenso will be lucky because she is a beautiful unmarried woman.Kung si Pirla hay 'indi' pa maka'asāwa, magagūyang siya nga dalāga.If Perla is no longer able to take a spouse, she will become an old unmarried woman.Hay kami naman 'ina' pagsiling ninda na "Darāga, darāga," ga'iskapar na kami 'ina' sa pampang.As for us, when they said, "Unmarried ladies, unmarried ladies," we already escaped to the cliff.vA girl becomes a young unmarried woman.la'un nga dalāgana spinster, an old maid23, Social Relationshipsmanghud nga dalāgansomeone's younger unmarried sister'Ang 'iya manghud nga dalāga hay ginabakyan si Linda ning bag'u nga bāru'.As for her younger unmarried sister, Linda is having a new dress bought for [her by her younger unmarried sister].23, Social RelationshipsnagpamagdalagaNagpamagdalaga na 'ang 'āmun 'unga' kag nag'idad ning dyis 'anyus 'ang 'āmun kamanghūran.Our children had already each become young unmarried women and our youngest was already ten years old.
dalāgang ma'anghutna dalagang ma-anghut treeSigūru ginalipūngan si Nīlu nang duga' nang dalāgang ma'anghut.Perhaps Nilo became drowsy from the juice [of the leaves] of the dalagang ma-anghut tree.Bears tiny yellow and pink flowers. The tiny, coarse leaves are used as a source of herbal medicine for curing infected wounds.
dalagītana young unmarried girl, an adolescent female from about 12 to 17 years'Ang trabāhu diri nang manga dalagīta, kung 'indi' mag'iskwīla, sigurādu pangasaw'un lang gida 'ina'.What young unmarried girls here are doing is, if they do not go to school, they will surely be courted by someone.
dali'1dali'2varkadali'madali'2adjA particular event is easy or quick to happen.'Ang pagbuyad, hay 'īmu 'ini pahapya'un ma'āyu nga waya' nagasyawārang kag sugīran mu ning lugar nga batlākan sa sīlak pāra dali' ma'uga.As for sun-drying [buri leaves], these should be allowed by you to carefully lay flat so [they] are not scattered and [they] will have a place looked for by you which will be engulfed in sunlight so that [they] will be quick to dry.'Ang 'īmu manghud, daw madali' gid nga mag'asāwa kay kadāmu' 'ang nagapangasawa.As for your younger sister, it seems that for her to take a spouse is very easy, because there are many courting her.dali'dali'varkadali'dāli'int adjA particular event is very easy or very quick to happen.Distribution of kadali'dāli' is the same as described above for madali'.Kadali'dāli' lang gid nga lukarun kung 'igwa kay panglukad sa lūgit.It is very easy to gouge out [coconut meat from its shell] if you have a copra gouger.dali'dāli'vSomeone hurries in doing something.Dali'dāli' 'aku ning kadtu sa banig kag kumadtu sa 'iya nga nagawināwa, nagasiling nga "'Aruy!"I hurried in going to the sleeping mat and went to him who keeps on crying, saying "Oh how painful!"madali'1advSomething will happen or a state will exist soon.Kung 'ini hay 'uyānan, nga madali' na ma'uga, 'imaw 'ina' 'ang ginataliki'.When these [buri leaves] are rained on when [they] will soon be dry, that's why [they] become mildewed.madali'3ti advfor ashort timeBumu'uy ning dāhun nang sāging kag putusun 'ang 'implastu nga ginghuman kag bugkusun 'ang dahun nang sāging; tapus tu'ūmun ning madali' lang.Get a banana leaf and the medicinal plaster which was made should be wrapped and the banana leaf should be tied in a bundle; then it should be cooked in the banana leaf over live coals for just a short time.
dālitnpoison or infection, from a snakebite, the peck of a birdmadālitadjSomething is poisonous or infectious.Madālit 'ang tuka' nang tangkali'.The beak of the kingfisher is infectious.
dalukadjSomeone is ravenous with a strong desire for something, as for food.'Ang 'unga' nga nakukuyāngan sa pagkā'un hay naging daluk.A child who frequently lacks food becomes ravenous [for food].vSomeone becomes ravenous for food.nagdaluk became ravenous
damana game of checkersvSomeone plays checkers.nagdama played checkersvdamadāmaadja checkered or plaid design'Ang bāru' ku hay damadāma.My dress is plaid.
dāmana princess, a lady-in-waitingKung sin'u 'ang magbayli sa 'āmun dāma hay magta'u ning 'intrans nga pīsu.Whoever they are to dance with our princesses, [they] must give a peso entrance fee.Nang mapipirdi na 'ang kahari'an ni Prinsīsa Rusāna, nagdali'dāli' sakay sa kabāyu' 'ang mahal na rayna ka'ibāhan 'ang duha nga dāma.When the kingdom of Princess Rosana was surely to be lost, the beloved queen quickly rode on horse along with two ladies-in-waiting.