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dayaryandiarrheaKadamū'an nga manga tāwu nga nagamasakit ning dayarya hay kung panahun nang tinguyānun kay waya' sinda ning kasilyas sa 'inda bayay.As for most people who become sick with diarrhea it is during the rainy season because they have no toilets at their houses.synbugritkursu2 sūka ma'ūyu
dāyuvSomeone goes someplace.cfpangkadtunagadāyuNagadāyu diri sa 'Udyūngan pāra lang makamanyanīta.[They] go to Odiongan just so that [they] will be able to serenade [someone].cfkadtu
dayugdugnthunderBāwal 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, thunder and heavy rain.vIt thunders.nagdayugdug thundered
dayūhanna foreignerWaya' madūgay 'ang pag'ināway kay napirdi nina Prinsipi Adūnis 'ang manga dayūhan nga ka'āway.The continual fighting did not take a long time because the foreign enemies (lit., foreigners who were enemies) were defeated by Prince Adonis and companions.
dayuknsalted shrimp made from rice field shrimp putut or imported from Iloilo, Capiz or ManilaKung limpyu na 'ang putut pwīdi mu na 'ini nga 'ibaligya' humanun nga dayuk kundi' man hay sabāgun.When the pond-field shrimp are already clean it is acceptable that they will be sold by you, will be made into salted shrimp, or will be roasted.vShrimp are made into salted shrimp by someone.dayukunKung 'īmu 'ini dayukun 'ang putut, hugāsan mu gid ma'āyu.If pond-field shrimp will be made into salted shrimp by you, they should be cleaned by you very well.
dāyum2na needleBumakay ka na lang ning dāyum kag bunang kag tahi'un 'ang 'īmu manga gisi' nga manga bāru'.You just buy a needle and thread and sew your worn-out dresses.būhu' nang dāyum (būhu' 3)the eye of a needle
dāyum1nthe depth of something'Ang dāyum nang pagkutkut hay manga duha ka dāngaw masigkabū'ak.The depth of the digging is about two hand spans on both sides.n'idāyumvarka'idayūmanna position below; the bottom or underside of someone, something, of two or more things piled one on top of the other; the interior of something; a location deep inside something; a position underneath somethingThe noun following 'idāyum is marked as a possessor by nang: 'idāyum nang kāhuy 'underneath the tree (lit., the tree's underneath part'), 'idāyum nang dūta' 'the earth's interior.'Sa 'idāyum, 'ang plastāda pagbutang nang niyug hay ginalīkid patindug.At the bottom [of the pile of coconut pieces], the position in placing the coconut [pieces] is placing them standing on edge.'Ang 'ini balayan, hay kulur 'itum sa 'ibābaw kag puti' sa 'idāyum.As for this empty shell, the color is black on top and white on the underside.'Ini 'ang māpa nga sīhi' hay bihīra' mu 'ini makikīta' kay gasuksuk gid 'ini sa ka'idayūman nang manga batu.As for this map cowry mollusk, [it] is rare that [they] will be seen by you because these go to the bottom of the stones.Ginpamati'an ku 'ina' niyan ma'āyu kay daw 'igwa gid 'aku may nababati'an, nga gahinambay sa 'idāyum nang bayay.I listened carefully to that now because it seems there was really someone who was able to be clearly heard by me, who keeps on talking underneath (lit., in a position underneath) the house.Buy'un 'ang maputi' nga yadtu sa 'idāyum nang mata kag pagkatāpus butangan ning katumbay.Get out the white [substance] from the interior of the [chicken's] eye and afterwards put in ripe pepper.'Ini nga sīhi', kung yadtu sa 'idāyum nang dāgat, hay 'indi' mu makilāya ma'āyu.As for those shells, if [they are] in a location deep inside the sea, it is hard for you to clearly recognize them.ant'ibābawkadāyumadjsomeone's deep or sound sleep'Isa ka hanāgub na nang gab'i si Nunīta hay nakamangnu sa 'iya kadāyum nga pagkatūyug.One late evening Nonita happened to wake up from her sound sleep.cftislubkadāyum, madāyumadjSomething is deep, in a deep place.Kung midyu madāyum 'ang pagluta' nang 'isda' ginabūsu 'ina' ninda.If the swimming in schools of the fish is moderately deep, they dive for them.'Ini 'ang say'ut nga sīhi', yadtu 'ini sinda sa kadāyum makikīta'.As for fluted giant clam mollusks, they can be found in the deep [ocean].antmabābawkadayumdāyumint adjSomething is very deep, in a very deep place.'Indi' na lang 'aku, nanay, magsuyud kay kadayumdāyum; mamamatay na lang 'aku dira'.Mother, I will no longer go inside [the cave] because it is very deep; I would die there.antmabābawcftislubpa'idayumgersomeone's or something's going down, to the bottom of or inside something elseKung 'īmu 'ini tuslukun ning sundang, hay ga'uslup nga dā'an pa'idayum kag 'indi' mu na makīta'.When [jackknife clam mollusks] are stabbed by you with a cutting bolo, they retract immediately going inside [their shells] and you cannot see them [anymore].antpa'ibābaw
dāyunvSomeone lives or stays in a particular place.cf'istambay 'istambay 'istambay 'istar'istar'istar'istaranmagpuyu'pa'istambaypuyu' puyu' puyu' tinirtinirtinirtinirtinir, pagtinir'ipadāyun, padayūnun'Ipadāyun nāmun 'ang trabāhu hasta nga matāpus.The work will be allowed by us to be continued until [it] is finished.Binu'uy na si Lurit nang 'ātun Dyus sa lāngit, gāni' 'indi' na nindu padayūnun 'ina' nga 'isturya, kay kalā'in nga pamatī'an.Loret was taken by our God into heaven, so that [bad] story [about him] would no longer be allowed by you to be continued because [it] is bad to be heard.madadāyunKung kita lang hay magka'isa hay madadāyun 'ini nga tūbi'.If we just unite in this village this water [project] will be able to be continued.makadāyun1imper vCome in!Hay hambay ni Taylo hay, "Puydi ba," kunu, "kami 'Anti Birta nga makadāyun diri?"Taylu said, "If possible," he said, " will we be able, Aunt Bertha, to stay here?"'Ang hambay ku, "Ma'āyu nga hāpun;" tapus nagsabat da si Nīna sa 'ākun nga "Dāyun!"I said, "Good afternoon;" then Nena answered me, "Come in!"cf'istambay 'istarpuyu' tinir2vAn activity or state is continued by someone.nadāyunWaya' nadāyun 'ang pag'āras sa ginakasay.The espousal ritual for those who were being married was not able to be continued.nagadāyun'Ang kalā'um ku 'ina' niyan didtu kami sa Kyāpu' kay yadtu 'ang 'iya pamilya nagadāyun.What I then thought about that was that we [would go] there to Quiapo because her family was living there.padāyuncaus vSomething is allowed by someone to be continued.
dayūnutvSomething becomes slippery.kadayūnut, madayūnutadjSomething is slippery.Kung sa Duminggu mag'inūyan 'indi' ta pagsigīhun 'ang paghākut ning batu kay madayūnut 'ang karsāda.If on Sunday it rains continually, the carrying of marble blocks will not be continued by us because the roads will be slippery.'Ang 'unud nang 'ini nga sīhi' hay kadayūnut.As for the meat of this [Mediterranean Sea purple sea] snail [it] is slippery.nagadayūnutKanāmit gid kung sa gābi nga 'ūtan mu 'ilūpus kay nagadayūnut lang kung 'īmu pa'pa'un.It is very delicious when you mix [pond-field shrimp] into coconut-flavored taro leaves because [otherwise] they become slippery when you chew them.
dimeas na nonspecific or specific number of horsepower of an engineBinaligya' nāmun kay Samsun ning mil kinyintus lang, kag 'ina' hay di dyis.We sold that [pumpboat] to Samson for only one thousand five hundred [pesos], and that [engine] is ten horsepower.Horsepower, especially for motorboats, is measured as follows: di singku five horsepower, di sayis six horsepower, di dyis ten horsepower, di baynti twenty horsepower, etc.synbalyus
di' ba2advIsn't it so?'Igwa day nagapangasawa sa 'īmu nga disidīdu, di' ba?There is also someone courting you who is sincere, isn't it so?
di' bāli2varbāli 2bnever mind
di'inintg advWhere does an event occur or a condition, thing or person exist?Di'in ka 'ina' magbakay ning 'asūkar?Where did you buy sugar?Di'in ka mabu'uy nang 'īmu kaka'ūnun masunud nga 'adlaw?Where will you get that which you will eat the next day?Di'in 'ang 'ākun gāmit diri sa lamīsa?Where are my things [that were] here on the table?intg advbīsan di'in 1any placebīsan di'in 1, 'ābir di'in, maskin di'inanywhere, no matter wherekung di'inrel advwhere an event occurs or a condition, thing or person existsWaya' ni Nīna bati'batī'a kung di'in na 'ang 'iya nanay.Nena did not hear from any source where her mother is now.kung di'indī'in11indef loc adjPeople or things come from or go to various places.'Ang manga dalāga kung di'indī'in halin nga baryu: may sa Hinablan, may sa Bati'ānu', 'igway sa 'Agnay, 'igwa sa 'Ālad, may tagabanwa, may tagaSuwa', Lūsud.Young girls came from various villages: there were [some] from Hinablan, there were also [some] from Batiano, there were [some] from Agnay, there were [some] from Alad, there were [some] from town, there were [some] from Suwa, Losod.2loc advPeople or things come from various directions or go in various directions.Kung di'indī'in lang da napapakadtu 'ang 'isturya nang manga babāyi.The conversations of the girls were surely sent in various directions.kung sa di'inrel advwhere someone or something is located; where someone or something comes from, goes, is taken from, or taken toWaya' na gid nina Lu'is masayūri kung sa di'in nga lugar nagkadtu si Nilda.Luis and the others do not know the place where Nelda went.'Ini hay ginasūgid pa nang 'iba nga waya' pa makakakīta' kung sa di'in gid ginabu'uy.As for this, it is still looked for by some who have not yet been able to consistently find where it is gotten from.
dibusyunndevotion to or strong affection for God, a patron saint, someoneKāda na lang gid būlan nang Māyu, 'ang manga Katuliku hay 'igwa nang 'inang ginatawag nga dibusyun pāra kay santa Marya.Every month of May, as for those Catholics [they] have that called strong affection for Saint Mary.
didalna thimble used in sewing tahi'
didtuloc advAn action moves there, to a person or place out of sight of, or far from the speaker in place, prior reference or time; an event occurs or a state exists there in a particular place out of sight of, or far from the speaker.Didtu occurs most commonly in the place margin of a sentence; yadtu or yadtu didtu occurs most commonly as predicate.Makadtu na da kunta' kami didtu sa banwa kay mabakay na 'adtu nga risīta kay sarādu na 'ang dispinsaryu.We will probably be going there to town, because [we] will buy that prescribed medicine because the dispensary is already closed.cfyadtuyadtu didtu (yadtu)Someone or something is there.
dīgavSomeone shows romantic interest towards someone else, usually of the opposite sex.nagadīgaWaya' da 'adtu magliwat 'adtu 'ang nagadīga sa 'ākun kay humalin gid 'adtu sa 'ākun pungkū'an kag nagkadtu sa 'ākun manga ka'ibāhan.The [boy] who was showing romantic interest towards me did not do it again because [he] left that place where I was sitting and went to my companions.
dīgusvSomeone bathes an animal.cfbanlawhinawlam'uspalīgus1digūsun'Ini 'ang 'uning hay may 'anītu nga kung 'īmu kunu 'ini digūsun 'ang 'uning kag ngitlan hay magapanglinti' kag maga'inūyan.As for cats there is a taboo belief in which if a cat, they say, will be bathed by you and [it] will be laughed at, [it] will lightning and will continually rain.cflīgus3nagadīgusvAn animal is bathed by someone.Kung 'ikaw nagadīgus sa bābuy, hay 'ayaw magdigūsa ning 'ayang'āyang.When you bathe a pig, [it] should not be bathed carelessly.
diklarasyunnthe testimony of a witness during a disputena written land document
dikurasyun1na decoration on something or in an areaKa'āyu kung 'ang balayan hay puti' kay ka'āyu nga dikurasyun sa bayay.It is good if the empty shell is white because it is good as a decoration in the house.vSomeone decorates something.dikurasyun2gersomeone's decorating something'Indi' 'aku magbālik diri kay mabūlig 'aku ning dikurasyun sa 'āmun 'iskwilahan.I will not return here because I will help in decorating at our school.nagadikurasyun'Ang 'iba nagadikurasyun nang baylīhan, kay pāra ma'āyu naman nga siru'un.As for others [they] were decorating the dancing hall so that [it would be] very nice to look at.pangdikurasyunpur gerSomething is used for decorating.'Ini nga balayan nang sīhi' 'indi' da 'ini pwīdi nga pangdikurasyun sa bayay.These empty shells of mollusks are not appropriate for decorating in a house.