daife'
Weak; powerless; dull
daigo'
Turnip--perserved.
daikon
Turnip; daikon--Japanese.
dais
Dice.
dåkdåk
Knock; rap; strike with a quick sharp blow.
dåkngås
Bald-headed; bare.
dåkon
Liar; one addiced to lying or who knowingly utters falsehood.
dåkot
Knock; rap; strike with a quick sharp blow.
dalai
Used to express disbelief.
dalak
Accompany; escort; follow.
dalaki
Follow.
dalalai
Slender; skinny; thin; slim
dalalak
Alternate pronunciation for dadalak. Accompany; keep company; be with someone; tag along with.
dalalaki
Follow.
dålle
Coitus; sexual intercourse--to have.
dålle
To win--over someone at a game of skill or chance.
dåloggai
Dent; dented; crumpled; caved in.
dåma
noun. Checkers (game); play checkers.
dåma di noche
Type of plant--cestrum nocturnum. Type of flower--emits sweet oder at night.
 
dåma'gas
Thumb; pincers; toe; claw of the crab.
Dåmenggo
Sunday.
Dåmenggon Pasion
Passion Sunday; the fifth Sunday in Lent.
Dåmenggon Råmos
noun. Palm Sunday, that is, the Sunday before Easter.
dåmla'
The condition of a root plant which has slightly passed it harvesting period and has become crunchy and sweet. This stage precedes dåge'.
dammot
Testicle; scrotum.
dånas
To press out; squeeze out.
danche
Hit (a target); guess; guess correctly; get it right.
dåndån
Play music; ring (bell).
dåndån kåmpånas
Ringing of church bell.
dåndera
Musician; one who plays any musical instrument (female).
dånderu
Musician; one who plays any musical instrument (male).
dange
Timid; apprehensive; cowardly; scrupulous.
danges
Candle; wax; gum.
danges abeha
Beeswax.
danges sera
Wax candle.
danglon
Type of fish. Cowfish; trunkfish.
danglon
Type of bag.
dångnge'
Weak; weakling; feeble; frail; coward.
dangse
Stick; causes to adhere; glue.
dangse
Flatter; play up to.

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