dipusituna deposit of a substance, as money, sand'Ang 'āmun nyan dipusitu 'isa ka lību.Our deposit now is one thousand [pesos].vSomething is deposited by someone in a given location.ginadipusitu'Ang 'āmun kwarta nga ginakīta' hay ginadipusitu nāmun sa bangku.As for the money that we earn [it] is deposited in the bank.
Dirpers nDear, an address or reference term of endearmentcfdarling
dira'var'ina' dira', dira' 'ina'dra'loc advAn action moves there, away from the speaker but sometimes near the hearer in place, prior reference or time; an event occurs or a state exists there in a particular place away from the speaker but sometimes near the hearer.Dira' occurs most commonly in the place margin of a sentence; yāra' or yāra' dira' occurs most commonly as a sentence predicate. Dira' is commonly followed by sa and a person or place.Dira' sa Tyamban, kung 'ikaw nagaplīti ning kātids 'igwa 'ina' dira' ning kumplītu nga gāmit nga 'indu magagāmit sa pagkatūyug.There in Tiamban, if you are renting a cottage, there are complete supplies there that you can use for sleeping.Dira''ina' sa tunga' nang kāda ngīpun hay 'igwa ning tigka'ūtud nga gilit.There at the middle of every wood block there is a half piece of razor blade.loc adja condition, person or thing thereA following hu declares the exactness of the location indicated by dira'.Hay kagab'i hay nakakīta' kunu si Dīding ning ga'inggat dira' hu sa may 'akasya.Last night, they say, Diding saw something which was sparkling right there near the acacia tree.loc adjThis locative adjective commonly modifies a noun or pronoun.Basa' gāni' 'ang 'ākun 'ūyu, pīru sinda didtu, sīgi pa 'ang 'inda bayli.My head was wet, but as for them there, their dancing still continued.dira' nga lugar, 'ina' dira' nga lugarloc nthat placePagsuyud nāmun 'ina' niyan sa Pwirtu Galyīra, na'īsip ku, 'Abaw! Ka'ayu'āyu gali' 'ina' dira' nga lugar kay tūrist 'ispat 'ina' nga lugar.Upon our entering Puerto Gallera I thought, "Oh! That place was really very nice because that place was a tourist spot.yāra' dira', yāra' 'ina' dira'Someone or something is there.
dirbina special cockfighting eventKāda pyista sa Rumblun 'igwa ning dirbi.During every fiesta in Romblon there is a special cockfighting event.Special cockfighting events are held in connection with other festive occasions.cfbūyang2
diriloc advAn action moves here to a person or place near the speaker; an event occurs or a state exists here in a particular place near the speaker.var'ini diri1Diri occurs most commonly in the place margin of a sentence; yāri or yāri diri occurs most commonly as a sentence predicate.Pagkabati' nāmun 'adtu nga ma'āyu na gāni' diri, nagpahatud naman kami diri sa 'āmun hāli.When we heard that it was already good here, we allowed [ourselves] to be brought here to our co-lateral relatives.Nag'inūyan; gāni' diri na lang sinda nagtingi' ning bugas sa būkid.It rained continually; this is the reason they just bought rice here in the rural area.Waya' ka pa diri, nagapamati' 'aku sa radyu kay ginapamati'an ku 'ang balīta' tungud didtu sa bulkan nga naglupuk na.When you were not yet here, I was listening to the radio because the news was being listened to by me because of the volcano which had already erupted there.cftagadiriloc adja condition, person or thing hereDiri is commonly followed by sa and a person or place.Bāsi' 'indu pina'asāwa liwat si Lūlu diri sa Rumblun?Why was Grandfather allowed by you to marry again here in Romblon?Diri sa 'āmun trabāhu mahuga' 'ini kay 'ābir naga'uyan, sīgi 'ang trabāhu.Here at our work it is difficult because even though it is raining, our work continues.loc adjThis locative adjective commonly modifies a noun or pronoun.'Ang 'ākun pangabuhī'an diri ginta'u ku na sa 'inda nga manga 'unga' ku.My source of livelihood (i.e., property) here I gave to my children.Diri sa Rumblun labi na diri sa Lūnus 'ang manga tāwu diri nga may manga lanas hay nagasalig lang gid sa 'uyan.Here in Romblon especially here in Lonos , the people here who have rice fields just depend on rain.'Ini 'ang kānam nga sīpa' lastiku, 'ang ginagāmit 'ini diri, hay lastiku da nga nababakay sa tindāhan.Here in Romblon especially here in Lonos, the people here who have rice fields just depend on the rain.As for this game of kick-the-rubber-bands, as for things that are used here, [they] are rubber bands which can be bought at a store.loc adjDiri rarely occurs as a predicate. In this position it overlaps in function with yāri.Gāni' 'ini 'ang pagkadtu sa 'iban nga lugar hay pabur da 'aku kay kung diri ka lang, waya' ning pag'iba 'ang 'īmu trabāhu.Therefore I am also in favor of the going to other places because if you are here only, your job has no variation.loc adjA following hu declares the exactness of the location indicated by diri.Pagluwas niya, diri hu sa pirtāhan hay kinilu'an 'aku.Upon his going out, right here at the door he winked at me.diri naadvThis is the reason or this is the time something happens or a state exists.'Adtung 'ātun gingkasugtānan, kung 'adtu hay ma'aprubahan, diri na kita hay mapahuman ning 'isa nga pruyiktu nga tūbi'.That upon which an agreement was made by us, if [it] will be approved, this is the time that we would allow a water project to be constructed.syn'imaw 'ini, 'imaw 'itun'imaw 'ini1cf'imaw 'ini1'imaw2diri nga lugarloc nthis placeDiri nga lugar hay mabāhu' ning patay nga 'ambu'.This place has the bad smell of a dead rat.yāri diri (yāri)Someone or something is here.
dīrisnthe unpleasant odor of a civet cat'Ina' 'ang dīris nang singgāyung, ginabutang 'ina' sa karminkarmin nu?As for that unpleasant odor of a civet cat, that is put inside a herbal charm bag isn't that right?
diritsuadjThe shape of a linear object is straight.'Ang 'iya tuka' hay diritsu, mabahuy 'ang pūnu' kag 'ang punta hay matalīwis.Its beak (i.e., of a black-naped oriole) is straight, the base is big and the end [of the beak] is pointed.pseudo vSomeone goes directly to a particular location.Diritsu na kami sa 'āmun kanaman kag nagsupbul kami.We then went directly to our playground and we played softball.advSomething is done immediately.Kung tambayu nga 'isda' 'ang 'iya nasayangan sa kabatuhan, ginatuka' da niya kag diritsu tuyun.When a pore-headed gudgeon fish is what happens to be seen in a stony area, it is pecked and is immediately swallowed.
disgrasyavSomeone has an accident.madidisgrasyaKung 'ang 'isa ka tāwu hay pakadtū'un sa byāhi kag nakasumpung siya ning 'itum nga 'uning 'ina' kunu siya hay madidisgrasya.If a person is about to go on a trip and he happens to meet a black cat, that one, they say, will surely have an accident.
disi'utsucard num adjeighteen actions, people, pieces of something, situations, things, times, units of measurementNumbers eleven 'unsi up to ninety-nine nubinta'inuwībi are Spanish words. For a description of the use of Spanish numbers, see entry 'ūnu.21, Cardinal Numbers
disidivSomeone decides to accomplish a particular action.ginadisidihanGinadisidihan ku gid nga 'aku makabu'uy butung pāra lang gid 'aku makakā'un kay kagūtum na gid.It is really being decided by me that I will be able to get a young coconut so that I will just be able to eat because [I] am already hungry.nagdisidivA particular action is decided by someone.Nagdisidi 'akuy kadtu sa 'inda; ma'īsug na 'ang 'ākun bu'ut kay magkasūgut na kami.I decided to go to their place; my heart was already courageous because we had already become engaged.
disidīduadjSomeone is sincere about something.'Igwa day nagapangasawa sa 'īmu nga disidīdu.There is also someone courting you who is sincere.
disintiadjBehavior, a joke, a song, a story is decent, proper, respectable.Sigūru 'imaw da 'ina' 'ang hūkay nyan nga disinti 'ang 'ātun paghūkay.Maybe [regarding] those doings now, our actions are respectable.Disinti pa 'ang manga kanta maskin nilāngas.The songs were still decent even though they were humorous.
disinuwībicard num adjnineteen actions, people, pieces of something, situations, things, times, units of measurementNumbers eleven 'unsi up to ninety-nine nubinta'inuwībi are Spanish words. For a description of the use of Spanish numbers, see entry 'ūnu.21, Cardinal Numbers
disir1var'adisir1Before an event occurs or a state exists, another event occurs or another state exists.
disisayiscard num adjsixteen actions, people, pieces of something, situations, things, times, units of measurementNumbers eleven 'unsi up to ninety-nine nubinta'inuwībi are Spanish words. For a description of the use of Spanish numbers, see entry 'ūnu.21, Cardinal Numbers
disisyīticard num adjseventeen actions, people, pieces of something, situations, things, times, units of measurementNumbers eleven 'unsi up to ninety-nine nubinta'inuwībi are Spanish words. For a description of the use of Spanish numbers, see entry 'ūnu.21, Cardinal Numbers
diskargagersomeone's unloading of somethingPagkatāpus naman nāmun diskarga nang manga daya, makarga naman kami ning manga 'islab nga marmul.After our unloading of the things we will again load marble slabs.antkargahanvSomeone unloads something.diniskargahanKung ma'īnit 'ang lugar nga 'īmu diniskargahan nang lūtu' na nga niyug, mahuman kay tulda pāra bukun ma'īnit 'ang pagtrabāhu.If the place where your cooked copra will be unloaded by you is sweltering [because of the sun's heat], then you make a tent so your working will not be sweltering.antkarga nadidiskargavthe place where something is unloaded by someone'Adtung manga tabūnan nga pāra sa lagang hay waya' pa gihāpun nadidiskarga ni Rūdi.Those deep sea fish traps which were for the chambered nautilus mollusks were not able to be unloaded by Rudy.nagadiskargavSomething is unloaded by someone.'Aku pa 'ang nagadiskarga sa binul'anun nga halin sa Tablas kag sa 'Āyad.As for me, [I] am the one who unloads the two-sail outrigger boat coming from Tablas and from Alad.
diskumpyāduadjSomeone is doubtful about the truth or validity of a particular situation.Kung diskumpyādu ka pa gid, nga nākun, hay 'igwa 'aku daya nga litrātu.If you are still doubtful [that this boat is mine], I said, I have a picture which I brought.