Vernacular - English


d


dugo1dugôn bloodDamo an dugo.There-was-lots of blood.dugùónadj be blood stainedNano kay duguon an imo bado?Why is your dress blood-stained?magdugôv [c2] MAG-exp. bleedNagadugo an iya irong.His nose is-bleeding.magpakaladkad san dugov cause anger, make angryAn kadimonyohan niya na hiwag an nagpakaladkad san akon dugo.His demonic action is what made me angry.
dugo2dugóCebv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagdugóv groan, moan. Means to groan due to painNagadugo siya sa subra na sakit san iya ulo.He is-moaning due to-the excessive pain of his head.
dugondúgonv [c14] -AN goaldugunánv pushDugunan dayon sin makusog an suruk-surok pahitaas.Immediately push hard upwards on-the solar-plexus.
dugosdugósn honeyAn dugos san putyukan bulong san damo na sakit.The honey of-the honeybee is a medicine for many illnesses.paradúgosn honey gathererSi Jose isad na paradugos.Jose is a honey-gatherer.dugusónadj be honey stainedDuguson an imo panyo.Your handkerchief is stained-with-honey.dugúsanv [c14] flavor with honeyDugusan ta an aton bibingka.Let us flavor our rice-pancake with-honey.
dugtongdugtóngHlgv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patmagdugtóngv link together, spliceantutod1 cfsugpon joint
duhaduháadj twoIgwa sin duha na bata sa puno san kahoy.There-are two children at-the base of-the tree.kaduháadv twiceKaduha siya magsiyak.He shouted twice.tigduha-duhán two by two, by twosNagbilang kami sin tigduha-duha.We counted by twos.duhâann a pairduhâanadj suitable for twomagduháv [c4] 1be twoNagduha siya ka semana didi.She was-two weeks here.2MAG- act; -ON pat. become twoNagduha na an inda bata.They have two children now.ikaduháadj secondAn ikaduha na tawo si Maria.Maria was the second person.syndostwo
duha-duhadúha-dúhaCebv [c2] MAG- actmagduha-dúhav doubt, hesitateNagduha-duha an mga parapangayam pagkaon.The hunters hesitated to-eat.cfduha twosynduda doubtdiskumpyadodistrustful
duholdúholv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN ben; I- accmagdúholv deliverNagduhol si Jose san surat ni Pedro kan Lisa.Jose delivered Pedro's letter to Lisa.synhatol dul-ong deliverparadúholn deliverer, carrier, messengerSi Alex paraduhol sin surat.Alex is a letter carrier.
dukitdúkitTagn stigma, mark of disgrace. This word is borrowed from Tagalog where the meaning refers to a carving or mark
dukloydúkloyadj intermittentAn kulog na durudukloy dili delikado na sakit.Intermittent pain is not a dangerous sickness.
dukodukôv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- accmagdukôv bow down, tilt the head downMakikita mo an mga uhay san humay na nagaduko.You will-see the stalks of grain bowing-down.idukôv bow somethingIduko mo an imo ulo.Bow your head.
dukot1dukótCebn scorched rice. Refers to burned rice on the bottom of a potMay mga tawo na gusto magkaon sin dukot.There-are people who like to-eat burnt-rice.magdukótv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- acc. stick, adhere. This meaning is derived from the fact that cooked rice is sticky and is sometimes used to seal envelopes or informal letterssyndikit sugpon joint
dukot2dukótCebv [c7] MAG- act; -AN pat; I- accmagdukótv smoulderWara pa magdukot an akon ginsindihan na uring.The charcoal which I lighted has not smouldered yet.
dukot3dúkotCebv [c6] MAGPAN- act; -ON pat; I- accmagpandúkotv pickpocket, steal, filch. Refers to stealing stealthily from someone's pocketDili kamo magpandukot kay maraot ina.Do not pickpocket for that is bad.dukútonv kidnapGindukot an anak san prisidinti.The president's child was-kidnapped.pagdúkotn pick pocketing, kidnappingparadúkotn pick-pocketerBantay kamo kay adi an mga paradukot.Beware because the pick-pocketers are around.
duksolduksólv [c2] MAG- actmagduksólv rush, lungesyndasmogrushbuksol rush
duktordúktorSpn 1doctor, physicianDarahon ta an may sakit sa duktor.Let us bring the-one-who is sick to-the doctor.2doctor titleSi Doktor Macario masakit.Doctor Macario is sick.ipadúktorv [c14] -AN goal; IPA- acc. be examined by a doctor, be examined by a physicianIpaduktor mo an imo bata.Have-a-doctor-examine your child.tigdúktoradj do like a doctor. Means to manipulate an instrument as a doctor does
dukumintodukumíntoSpn document, manuscript, paper, certificateTimbrihi an dukuminto.Put-a-seal-on the document.
dul-aydul-áyv [c2] MAG- actmagdul-áyv vomit, throw up, lose one's cookies. Refers to a baby's spitting up from eating too much foodNagdul-ay an bata.The child threw-up.synsuka1 vomitdigwa
dul-ongdúl-ongCebv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- accmagdúl-ongv deliver, take, bringidúl-ongv be deliveredsynduhol hatol
dula-dulàánn Variantdulu-duluanplaylet
dulagdulágBkln escapee, stowawayAn dulag nadakop gihapon san gwardiya.The escapee was-recaptured again by-the guard.paradúlagn truant, absentee, gold brick. Refers to one who is constantly absenting himself from his job or schoolingmadúlagadj absentee, malingering, indolent, slothfulAdi na an madulag na istudyanti.Here comes the absentee student.makadúlagv [c2] MAG- act. able to flee, escape, stow awayNakadulag sinda sa inda kuntra.They were-able-to-escape from their enemy.cflayas stowaway
dulak1dúlakBkln dogfight, rumble, squabbleUdunga niyo an iyo dulak kay makaaralo.Stop your fighting-like-dogs because it is shameful.cfaway fightkadúlakn antagonist, adversary, opponentSin-o an imo kadulak?Who is your antagonist?durúlakn antagonists, adversaries, opponentsmagdúlakv [c6] MAG- act; -ON pat; I- acc. fight like dogs, rumble, squabbleNagdurulak an amon katakin.Our neighbors fight-like-dogs.
dulak2dúlakv [c2] MAG- actmagdúlakv approach, draw nearNagdulak si Tia Maria kan Juan.Maria approached Juan.synapiki draw neardulok daop draw near
dulawduláwadj yellowWara ako'n bado na dulaw.I do-not-have any yellow clothes.dulawónv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal/ben; I- acc. be colored yellow, be dyed yellowDulawon ko an akon palda.My skirt will-be-dyed-yellow by-me.
duldolduldólv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accduldulónv touch with the hand, reach with a pole, touch with an instrumentDili mo duldulon an salag san sapat.Do not touch the bird's nest with-the-stick.synkamrot touchdutdot touch with a fingerdupa2 touch