damguvarpananamguvSomeone dreams something.nagapananamguPāti kamu sa manga pananamgu; kalukūhan lang 'itun kung sa 'ākun lang 'idīya; hay kūyang lang 'itun sa palīgus; nasubrahan sa 'īnit 'ang lāwas, gāni' nagapananamgu.You believe in dreams; that's foolishness in my opinion; this is the result of infrequent bathing; the body has [its] temperature increased, so [you] dream.nagdamguSa pagkatūyug ni Marsya nagdamgu siya nga may nakīta' siya nga lābut nga kāhuy.During Marcia's sleeping, she dreamed that she saw a strange kind of tree.napananamguBāgu kunu 'i'isturya sa tāwu 'ang 'iya napananamgu nga nagkatangsu' 'ang 'iya ngīpun, ginahutik 'ānay sa halīgi nang bayay kaysa halīgi kunu 'ina' nagatāma', bukun sa tāwu.Before, they say, what happened to be dreamed by someone will be told to anyone-that [all] his teeth happened to come out-[it] is first whispered to a house foundation post because, they say, this [then] comes true to the foundation post, not to the person [who had the dream].pananamguvar. ofdamgu1gersomeone's dream or dreamingOnly the form pananamgu occurs as a gerund.'Ang kagāsi ni Pidil, hay matū'ud 'ang 'iya pananamgu.What Fidel thought was that his dream was true.2vSomething is dreamed by someone.
dāmu'1dāmu'2varkadāmu'1madāmu'1adjPeople or things are numerous; many people or things; much substance, action.Functions as a substantive modifier preceding nga or ning.Kung di'in 'ang dāmu' ning taya'tāya' nga nagalupadlūpad patīyug, yadtu 'ang luta' nang lambīyung.Wherever there are manytayataya birds all flying around, [it shows that] that's where there are schools of lambiyung anchovy fish.Kadāmu' nga yūyu' 'ang mababakay ku 'ini nga kwarta.I can surely buy many yo-yos with this money.Madāmu' nga manga babāyi 'ang magaka'intiris nga sinda hay mag'asāwa.Many women are interested in taking spouses.antnagpakalāka'cfkadurudūru2Occurs in predicate position.Kung nagahurnal ka, dāmu' 'ang 'īmu ning na'u'uyak nga kabudlay bāgu ka makakīta' ning kwarta.If you engage in manual labor, much effort will have been expended by you before you will be able to see money.Nahuya' lang 'aku nang 'una nga magpangasawa sa 'iya kay kadāmu''ang 'ākun karībal sa 'iya.At first I was shy to court her because my rivals for her were numerous.3The topic is commonly indicated for plural with manga.Madāmu' na da 'ang manga tāwu diri, bukun parīhas nang 'ūna nga malaka' pa lang 'ang tāwu.People here are numerous, not like before in which there were still only a few.damu'dāmu'varkadamu'dāmu'int adjPeople or things are very numerous; very many people or things.Occurs in predicate position.Kadamu'dāmu' gid 'ang gingpanghūyug na papil; hay nakabu'uy da 'aku.Very many papers were dropped all around [and] I was also able to get [some].kadāmu'2adjmuch quantity of something, many things or people'Ang pagbutang ning sūka' hay dipindi kung ma'unu kadāmu' nga 'isda' 'ang 'īmu pangatun.The [amount of] vinegar put in depends on how many fish that will be cooked by you.kadamū'an, kadam'an1adjmost people or thingsSa baskitbul, kadamū'an nga lakut dira' hay manga sultīru; malaka' lang 'ang 'asawāhan.In basketball, most of those who join are unmarried men; few only are married men.Mapriparar ning bāyun nga day'un sa langūyan; kag pag'abut sa dāgat malanguy na. Kadamū'an nga tāwu nagadaya sinda ning 'ilimnānun.They will prepare a carried lunch which will be brought to the swimming place and when they are there at the ocean they will swim. Most people bring their liquor.2advFor the most part a particular state or event occurs.Kadamū'an 'ang gustu gid ninda nga 'ihāwun nga manuk hay 'ina' 'ang dumayāga nga madali' na mag'itlug.For the most part, the chickens they like to butcher are the pre-laying hens which are soon to lay eggs.3vPeople or things become many.magdāmu'infto become manyNagapangagda lang da kita ning 'iba pa nga mimbru pāra magdāmu'kita.We are just still inviting other members in order for us to become many.magpadāmu'infto let people or things become manyGāni' 'imaw 'adtu 'ang dahilan nga kung bāsi' 'aku hay nahadluk magpadāmu' ning bābuy nang 'ūna.That is the reason why I was afraid to let [my] pigs become many before.antlaka'mas dāmu'comp adjPeople or things are more numerous than other people or things; something is a greater amount than something else.Pa'unu 'ang 'iya pagbāyus kay mas dāmu' 'ang 'iya manga kakuntra?How could he respond [to their actions] because his opponents were more numerous [than he and his friends]?Sa masunud kunu nga pruyiktu, mas dāmu' 'ang 'indu nga parti kay naka'ikspiryinsya na da kamu.In the next project he said, your part will be greater [than now] because you are already becoming experienced.cfdūrunagadāmu''Ang hambay ku sa 'iya, "'Aba! 'Ikaw gali' 'ang nagabinū'uy nang 'itlug gāni' waya' 'ina' nagadāmu'."What I said to her was, "Oh! So it was you who has been taking the eggs; this is why they are not becoming many."nagapakadāmu'Nyan nga panahun 'ang nagasigarilyu hay nagapakadāmu' na gid.At this time, those smoking cigarettes are really becoming very many.nagdāmu'Nang nagdāmu' na 'ākun sūki' nagakūyang pa 'ang 'ākun lūtu'.When my regular customers became many, my cooking was not enough.padāmu'vSomeone lets things become many.nagpadāmu' let things become many
dāngatvAn event is experienced by someone or something.nadangātanMaskin 'ang 'ākun nadangātan hay kahuga' kag makakahuya' nga 'ikspiryinsya, hay ma'āyu da gihāpun.Even though what was experienced by me was difficult and [it was] an embarrassing experience [of being examined by a male doctor], [it] was still good.
dāngawmeas na nonspecific or specific number of hand spans; i.e., the distance between an extended thumb and index or middle finger; a linear measurement'Ang dāyum nang pagkutkut hay manga duha ka dāngaw masigkabū'ak.The depth of the digging is about two hand spans on both sides.
danggakadanggaadjSomething, as body temperature is high; heat is intense.Kung 'ang sakit ni Nurma hay sagnat, 'ābir 'anu nga kadangga, natutuyūgan pa siya ning mamū'uk.When the sickness of Norma is fever, even though it is high, she is still surely able to sleep soundly.kadanggadanggaint adjSomething, as body temperature is very high; heat is very intense.Sa pag'ugsung mu lang ning bunut kadanggadangga sa 'īmu lāwas 'ang ka'īnit kay pwirsādu 'ang bāga sa 'idāyum nang tapāhan.In your feeding of coconut husks the heat is very intense on your body because there are very many live coals under the smoking rack.
danggitna vermiculate rabbitfishSiganus vermiculatus (Valenciennes)Covered with a wormlike wavy pattern of dark brown and pale gray. The head is yellow and the caudal fin has brown spots. Inhabits shallow reefs, sandy-seaweed beds and muddy brackish waters.na scribbled rabbitfishSiganus spinus (Linnaeus)Olive brown above, silvery white below and covered with a network of pale-yellow lines. Inhabits shallow nearshore seaweed areas.
dāpatadjA particular event or state is appropriate, desirable, necessary, or right.Dāpat is predicate; the expressed event or state, preceded by an optional nga, is topic.Dāpat pagkadtu mu sa Manīla' magdaya ka ning kwarta.[It is] desirable when you go to Manila for you to take some money.Dāpat mabahuy 'ang 'īmu humanun nga baskit.[It] is desirable that the basket you will make is big.Kung 'ina' halimbāwa' nga bāka 'u karabaw nga prindādu sa 'īmu kag gustu nga 'ibaligya' nang tag'īya dāpat hay pasayūrun ka nga ginprindahan.If, for example, a cow or carabao which is mortgaged to you, and the owner wants to sell [it] that you, the one who was given the mortgage, will be informed is necessary.An event associated with dāpat refers either to a future or customary event.adjDāpat is negated by 'indi'.Naghambay ka nga 'indi' dāpat nga 'aku magmanggarānun kag 'ikaw hay pubri.You said that for me to become rich and you [remain] poor is not right.adjThe prefix mag- inflects the verb to indicate agent focus.Dāpat hay magpamati' ka ning ma'āyu kung ma'āyu 'ang ginalaygay sa 'īmu.It is appropriate that you listen carefully [to see] if the advice to you is good.'idāpatTina'u ku na 'ang risīta kag hambay ku hay, "'Ulība bakyan 'ina' didtu sa banwa kay 'idāpat 'ina' sa lāwas ni Ramun."The medical prescription was given by me [to Oliva] and I said, "Oliva, buy that [medicine] in town because that will be used for Ramon 's body."dāpat kunta'1adjIt would have beenappropriate, desirable, or right for aparticular event to occur or a state exist, but it did not.Dāpat kunta' is predicate; the expressed event or state, preceded by an optional nga, is topic.Dāpat kunta' taw'an ninda 'aku bīsan pila na lang ka pīsu 'u kung 'anu pa man nga makakabūlig da sa 'inda manga manghud.[It] would have been desirable [that] I would have been given any amount of money by them or whatever would really be able to help their younger siblings [but nothing was given].2vSomething is used for a particular purpose.
dāpu'1vBirds alight in a particular place; animals, people, birds, chickens, insects congregate or stay together in a particular place.nagadāpu''Ang dugus hay būnga nang rilasyun nang manga putyūkan kag 'iba pa klāsi nga manga 'alimbubūyug nga nagadāpu' sa manga kabuyākan.Honey is the result of the relationship between honeybees and different kinds of insects that alight on flower beds.May nagadāpu' nga dagku' nga langug; may bilabila, kay 'ini sigūru nga manga 'insiktu, 'imaw 'ini 'ang simbulu nang manga malā'ut.There are some big flies which congregate; there are [also] butterflies because, perhaps, as for these insects, these are a sign of evil spirits.