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darāga2sp. vardalāga2an unmarried woman
darlingcfDir
Darlingpers nDarling, an address or reference term of endearmentcfdir
dasayna prayer to GodPagkatāpus nang dasay sa simbāhan hay dinaya na siya sa kampusantu.After the prayers in church he was taken to the cemetery.cf'ipangamūyu'vSomeone prays to God.madasayPagmukyat ku nang 'ākun mata sa 'āga, 'ang 'ākun nga dā'an gina'īsip hay madasay.Upon opening my eyes in the morning, what I think about immediately is that [I] will pray.magdasayimper vPray! Someone must or should pray!Pagpungku' lang kamu kag magdasay!Just sit down and pray!masigdasayveach will praynagadasayNagadasay 'aku kāda 'āga bāgu 'aku magtrabāhu.I pray every morning before I do my work.nagdasayPagbuyag ninda mag'asawa, naglinūhud sa 'altar si Plurintīna kag nagdasay nga makabālik sa 'iya ning buhi' 'ang 'iya 'asāwa.When the married couple separated, Florentina kept on kneeling at the altar and prayed that her husband would be able to come back to her alive.pagdasaygersomeone's praying for someone elsecfpangamūyu'2
dāsigkadāsig, madāsigadjSomeone's body is robust, strong.Sa kalū'uy nang Ginū'u, madāsig pa da 'ang lāwas ku.With the mercy of the Lord, my body is still strong.
dastirna housecoatA loose-fitting dress for sleeping, casual wear; occasionally worn when visiting locally.
dasukvSomeone, a pestle tamps something in or into a space.'idasukTapus bumu'uy ka na ning 'isa ka panig kag 'idasuk mu didtu sa banganan.Then you get one [buri] leaf section and it will be inserted by you into the buri leaf cutter.ginadasukSomething is tamped in or into a space by a pestle.Ginadasuk nang bayu 'ang lūgit sa suyud nang kustal.The copra is tamped with a pestle inside the sack.kadasukdāsukKadasukdāsuk gid 'ang suyud nang kustal.The contents of the sack should be well tamped.nagadasuk'Aku 'ang nagakamāda kag nagadasuk nang dūta'.I was the one arranging [stones] and tamping the earth.pangdasuk1pur gerSomething is used for tamping something in or into a space.'Ākun na ngāni' gingbu'uy 'adtung bayu nang 'āmun lusung, kag 'imaw nang ginghīmu' ku nga pangdasuk didtu sa dūta'.I was the one who got the pestle of our mortar, and that was what was used by me for tamping the earth.2vSomething is inserted by someone into a space.
dātiadjformer; old'Adtu nga bayay hay dāti 'adtu bayay nang 'āmun Nanay, gāni' panātag na da 'ang pamāti' ku nga didtu gid kami magtinir.That house is the former house of our mother, so my feeling is peaceful if we stay there.Dāti siya nga mīyur sa Rumblun.He was the former mayor of Romblon.Dāti ka na ba diri sa Rumblun?Were you already a former [resident] here in Romblon?cfdā'an
dati'na dati eating banana plant or fruitMusa sapientumCommonly eaten raw as a snack food.
dawadvIt seems as though or probably a particular event happens or a state exists.'Ang 'āmun na'agihan, daw gid kami 'ang gina'abayan ning manga dimunyu kay tūdu gid 'ang 'inūyan.What was experienced by us, it seems as though we are accompanied by many devils because the continual rain was heavy.'Ang 'īmu manghud, daw madali' gid nga mag'asāwa kay kadāmu' 'ang nagapangasawa.As for your younger sister, probably it would be easy for her to take a spouse because there are many courting her.
dāwana pearl millet grass or seedPennisetum glaucum'Ang 'ūna nga sīlut nga ginta'u kay Magbayūtu hay 'ang pagbuyad ning dāwa sa baybay.The first punishment which was given to Magbayoto was the sun-drying of pearl millet seeds on the beach.The seed grain is cooked as a staple food.
dawadawanthe yoke of an eggKung 'ang 'itlug hay naglākut 'ang langitlangit sa dawadawa, kag 'igwa ning mapuya nga parīhu ning dugu', nagapakilāya kunu nga 'ang sakit hay grābi.If, as for an egg, the white of the egg is mixed with the yoke, and there is a reddish [substance] like blood, it shows that the sickness is serious.
dāwivSomeone catches fish on a hook.The uninflected form dāwi commonly follows a negative.Kadāmu' 'ang dāwi' nga 'isda' ni Kanduy.Kandoy's fish caught on a hook were many.Dinaya na ni Gilbirt pabālik 'ang kaban, bīsan waya' siya dāwi nga 'isda'.The big clothes trunk was then taken by Gilbert going back, even though he had not caught fish on a hook.cfpagbunit, pagpamunitmakadāwiHambay ku gāni' buwas 'ini hay makabunit naman 'aku kag makadāwi, magadaku'daku' 'ining bāyuy ku.I said, if tomorrow I will be able to fish with hook and line again and will be able to catch [them] on a hook, these dried salted fish of mine will be more.nadāwi'Ang nadāwi nga 'isda' ni 'Urli hay tulīngan.As for the fish which were able to be caught on a hook by Orly [they] were tuna fish.cfbunit nakakadāwivFish is caught on a hook by someone.Bihīra' 'ang nakakadāwi ning ma'āyu nga 'isda'.The ones who are consistently able to catch special fish on a hook are rare.padāwinthe time fish bite a baited hookMakadtu na 'aku kay 'alas dus na; bāsi' kung ma'ulihi 'aku sa padāwi.I will go now because it is already twelve o'clock; I might be late for the time fish bite.There are certain times known to fishermen minugbūnit as 'the time fish bite.'
day'a, day'i, day'unvardaya 1b
dayansomeone's carried personal things; i.e., things one carries around, as things found in a purse or pocketYadtu didtu 'ang manga daya ni Pilar.Those there are the carried personal things of Pilar.genkargahancfbāgay1bāgay1butang1 butang2gāmit gāmit ginapasūgatvSomeone or something brings, carries, carries away or takes someone or something else to a particular person or place.'ipadayavA particular place is where someone or something is sent by someone else; a person or thing is sent something by someone else.'Ang manga gāmit nga ginpangbakay ku hay 'ipadaya ku na lang.The many things which I bought will just be sent by me.day'aimper vDay'a sa banwa kag 'ipasiru' sa miyugbūyung bāsi' kung may sabid.He must be taken to town and allowed to be examined by a herbalist [to see] if there might be a spirit-induced sickness.day'unKung matū'ud nga nakapamakay na kamu nang bisti, hay day'un diri sa Rumblun.If it is true that you were able to buy the wedding wardrobe, it should be brought here to Romblon.dinayaPagkatāpus nang dasay sa simbāhan hay dinaya na siya sa kampusantu.After the prayer in church he was brought to the cemetery.ginapaday'i'Ang 'ākun manga 'unga' hay waya' gid nagabūlig sa 'ākun, waya' 'aku ginapaday'i ning kwarta.My children are not helping me; I am not sent money by them.gingpadayaGingpadaya ni Pirla 'adtu 'ang ka'ayu'āyu niya nga bāru' kag gingpadaya niya sa prinsipi.Her beautiful dress was sent by Perla and was sent by her to the prince.madadayaKung matin'aw na 'ang tūbi' nga nasāyud sa planggāna 'ibubu', dahandāhan; 'indi' mu gulpihun bubu' kay madadaya 'ang natuk nang buli.If the water which was already caught in the basin is already clear, pour it out slowly; do not pour it out quickly because a large amount of the buri starch will surely be accidentally carried away.madayaKung sya 'ina' mamatay, 'indi' da 'ina' niya madaya pakadtu sa 'iya kakadtu'an.When that one dies, [her belongings] will not be able to be taken by that one in going to where she will be able to go.magdaya11imper vSomeone must or should bring, carry, carry away or take someone or something!Kung sinda 'ini ginabu'uy dāpat hay magdaya ka ning martilyu!When they (i.e., cocks comb oysters) are gotten, you must bring a hammer!2infto bring, carry, carry away or take someone or something'Ikaw nga bantay hay 'ubligādu ka gid nga magdaya sa 'iya ning nyug.You as a tenant are obliged to bring a coconut to him.3vSomeone or something is brought, carried, carried away or taken by someone else to a particular person or place.magdaya2infto manage someone, somethingMay babāyi nga tīgu magdaya nang 'inda sarīli.There are women who know how to manage themselves.magpadaya1caus imper vSomeone must or should let or have someone or something brought or sent someplace!Magpadaya kamu ning pulis bīlang gwardya sa 'inda pabayli!You (pl.) should let the police be sent as guards to their benefit dance!Hinambay 'aku ni Mama nga, "Magpadaya na lang 'ikaw sa huspital sa 'īmu 'asāwa!"Mother said to me, "You must just have [yourself] brought to the hospital by your husband!"magpadaya21infto send someone or something to a person or placeSi Manung 'Awing nagpangayu' būlig sa munisipyu nga magpadaya ning pulis bīlang gwardya sa 'inda pabayli.Older Brother Awing asked help from the municipal office to send policemen as guards to their benefit dance.2vSomeone or something is sent to a person or place by someone.nagadayaMay nagadaya na 'ina' niyan ning manga prūtas; may nagadaya ning bir.At that time some were bringing various fruits; others were bringing beer.nagdaya'Ang nagdaya nang gitāra pakadtu sa 'Udyūngan si Bīni.The one who took the guitar to Odiongan was Benny.paday'anPinamatī'an nang Dyus sa lāngit 'ang 'ātun pangamūyu' nga kita hay paday'an ning magabūlig sa 'ātun.Our prayers were listened to by God in heaven that, as for us, [we] will be sent [someone] to help us.cfkarga sūgatpadayacaus vSomeone sends someone or something to a person or place; someone has herself, himself, someone else, something brought to a person or place.
dāyabna flamecfnaga'āputvA combustible material flames.dāyab sa ka'ugutvSomeone flames with anger.nagdāyab sa ka'ugut flamed with angercfkayadkad sa ka'ugutmagdāyab'Ang bunut nga ginabutang sa 'ibābaw hay lab'as pa; 'adtung mabirdi pa pāra kung magdāyab hay 'indi' kapa'ibabaw 'ang kalāyu.The coconut husks put on top are still fresh ones; the color is still green so that when [they] flame the fire will not go up.cf'āput
dayagnfallen leaves from a tree
dāyanvardayanunna road, a way in going somewhere'Ang dāyan nāmun nang 'ūna 'ang ginatakyuban nāmun 'ina' ning paywa kundi' 'indi' na makilāya 'ang dāyan.Our road before [during wartime] was what was being covered by us with [dry coconut] fronds so that the road could no longer be recognized.Sīgi lang 'ang dyāgan ku kay bāsi' kung may manga matapuk nga nyug kag tinamā'an pa 'aku sa dayanun.My running just continued because supposing there would be a coconut palm which would be broken over and I would be hit on the way.
dayangdangna brown-stripe snapper fishLutjanus lutjanus (Bloch)Brownish pink above, silvery yellow below with a brown stripe from the eye to the upper caudal peduncle. A schooler, found on shallow coastal reefs, often hiding in crevices during the day.