despega
Take off; remove; detach.
despensa
Forgive; pardon; excuse; condone; grant forgiveness; exculpate.
despetdisia
Waste; squander; purposeful waste; ravage; pillage.
despetdisio
Wast; useless expenditure; that which is waste.
despidi
Say good-bye; bid farewell.
despidida
noun. 1) The act of saying goodbye. To bid someone farewell. 2) The send-off, the exit procession of a ceremony.
despirao
Desperate.
despongga
Cut off (point); break off (tip); prune.
desponi
Control; govern; manage; direct (by influence or counsel).
despresia
Ridicule; mock.
despresiao
Contemptuous; contemptible; disdainful; insolent; insulting.
despresiapble
Contemptible; worthless; insignificant; negligible.
despresio
Sarcasm; mockery; bitter remark.
despribinao
Unprepared; unready; unexpectant.
despribinidu
Unprepared; unaware; unready; unexpectant.
despues
Then; later; afterward; hereafter; usually used to introduce a clause.
despues di
After (preposition); later.
despuesto
Disposal; arrangement; ordering.
despunta
Cut off (point); break off (tip); blunt; nip.
 
deste ki
Ever since.
destempla
Distemper; to remove temper of a metal; put out of tune.
destemplao
Disarrangement; out of tune; not tasty.
destieru
Exile; relinquish; discard; cast off; abandon.
destilådu
Banish; exile; send away; deport.
destilipas
Eviscerate; remove the guts.
destinao
Destined.
destinasion
Destination.
destinu
Fate; destiny.
destotniyadot
noun. screwdriver (tool)
destronka
Truncate.
destrosa
Annihilate; destroy; wreck; demolish; ruin.
destrosu
Disaster; wreck; destruction.
di
Spanish loan used in many constructions as part of a Spanish phrase. Also used as a linker in constructions using non-Spanish phrases.
di'ao
Base--used in a game.
di'ario
Daily; occurring each successive day; every day.
di'u
Base--used in a game.
diå
Day; period of 24 hours; day time; daylight.
diå dethuisio
Judgment day--at the end of the world.
diå'
See there; see here; take notice.
diåblo
Devil; satan.

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