daralnA confection made of grated coconut cooked with sugar and then wrapped in a very thin flour tortilla wrapper.
daran1advFrequently; often.Daran ku pilay pa Tanaꞌ Makket.I often go to Tanaꞌ Makket.2vTo do s.t. often; to keep on doing s.t.Nginum alak yaꞌ dari ndaranan sabap kabinasa ni baran ta.Drinking alcohol shouldn’t be done often because it destroys our bodies.Bong daranan nu meꞌ nu nangkaw, sõng hallom tajÿl ko sina.If you keep on stealing, after awhile you’ll be put in jail.cf.kamawmawhansynonymkansangsynonymkansang 2
daraꞌ1kinship nounAunt; any female siblings or cousins of one’s parent.Lay ku buwanan daraꞌ ku dahatus pilak.My aunt gave me one hundred pesos.2vTo address or refer to s.o. as Daꞌ or Daraꞌ.Subay ko magdaraꞌ ni danganakan nneꞌ nu.You should address your mother’s sisters as Daꞌ.DerivativeDaꞌ1root formDaꞌ1
dari11adjAllowable; okay; useableYaꞌ na dari motol tuu.This motorcycle is no longer useable.2auxillary verbTo be okay, allowable, able to do s.t.Bong dari, indaman doꞌ ku motol nu.If it’s okay, loan me your motorcycle.Yaꞌ dari jama nimanan boboꞌ ni haman iskul.It isn’t allowable for people to throw trash in the school yard.3vTo permit; allow.Yaꞌ ku marari anak ku lumãn bong sangom.I don’t allow my child to walk around at night.4vTo create; cause to come into existence.Mimon-mimon bay pinarari meꞌ Tuhan.All things were created by God.5vTo make use of s.t.Bong niyaku, yaꞌ na dari bariꞌ tuu. Sugaꞌ bong baw padari nu, boonun.As for me, this machete is no longer okay. But if you can make use of it, take it.
dari3adjGood; abundant (harvest or crop).Yaꞌ bay dari bastilaꞌ kayu kami sabap lay kakan mogong.Our cassava wasn’t abundant because it was eaten by beetle larvae.Derivativekararihan1root formkararihan1
dari2advSo; therefore. [Important discourse feature].Yaꞌ silay siꞌ luu maksud ku pitu, sugaꞌ yuk da siꞌ lammunan ko. Dari, ilooy ma lay na ku pitu.I didn’t have any intention in coming here, but they said you had a fever. So, I decided to come here.cf.pag-anu2
daru1nA six sided die used for gambling. The die has a pin going through the center. The pin has a point on both ends and the die is spun around on one of the points.2vTo gamble with this die.synonymligot2cf.kimbuhansynonymligot2
daruhunvTo increase in intensity or degree; to get worse.Magdaruhun na meꞌ si Abdul lasu bong ya paruga nu lagi.Abdul is getting angrier when you keep on irritating him.Magdaruhun gi sina tibi nu bong ko amu-amu sigup.Your tuberculosis will get worse if you persist in smoking.root formduhunkaduhunan
dasdas1advHurriedly; in a rush.Bong kalanduꞌ dasdas meꞌ nu masonse motor nu, mura ko magmula.If you’re too much in a rush driving your motorcycle, you might end up getting injured.2vTo rush s.t.; to do s.t. in a hurry.Bong ko nataan anak-anak, daa hangat pinarasdas taggahaꞌ limbo.When you pour water on a small child, don’t rush it too much lest he not be able to breath.Bong yaꞌ dasdas bi meꞌ bi ngalabas, kasip na kam.If you don’t hurry in cutting down the weeds, you’ll be late for the planting season.Mareanta luu pagdeꞌ-dæan lalla naa sabap bohoꞌ ku ngita iya marasdas tarak na.Maybe that guy is in a hurry about s.t. because this is the first time I’ve seen him rushing his truck.overlapping synonymtangkastongke 2
dasok1adjCrowded; stuffed full; crammed tightly; close together; dense.Tud dasok karut niyug tuu.This sack of copra is really stuffed full.2vTo cram, pack or stuff (s.t. inside of s.t. else so it is full).Bong jama alistu ngandasok, tabuwat niyug tallu hatus njawom disu karut.If a person is skilled at cramming, he can get three hundred dried coconuts in one sack.Dasokun taligu naa njawom mita.Put that flour in a can (so it’s packed full).antkalanggangancf.pidja 2
datoꞌ matainterjA polite way of excusing oneself when pointing at s.t. or s.o. It means, “Don’t be upset at me for pointing."Ilooy anak ku, datoꞌ mata, ma badjuꞌ kunit.That’s my child, excuse me for pointing, wearing a yellow shirt.
datuꞌnA chief, headman; any male member or descendant of a chief’s family.Maruhuꞌ-ruhuꞌ datu tukang marinta ntuu ni Sulu.A long time ago chiefs were the ones who governed here in Sulu.Derivativeanak datuꞌpagdatuanroot formanak datuꞌpagdatuan
daunThe flower shoot of a coconut or betel nut.Dau niyug man jama koleꞌ tubaꞌ.The flower shoot of a coconut is what people get coconut wine from.Derivativedauhanroot formdauhan
dauhan1adjHaving coconut flower shoots.2vTo begin to produce coconut or betel nut flower shoots.Bong tanaꞌ mahap, bohoꞌ liman taun niyug ngandau na.If soil is good, it only takes five years for a coconut tree to begin to produce flower shoots.Derivativedauroot formdau
dautvTo greatly desire s.t.; to hope for s.t.Ngandaut ya tulung man parinta.He’s hoping for/greatly desiring help from the government.Luu motor ndooy in Tanaꞌ Makket hallom na pinagdaut meꞌ ku.There is a motorcycle in Tana’ Makket that I’ve been really wanting for a long time.Oy dautan nu ni danda meꞌ naa yaꞌ maasean kau?What is it that you desire from a woman like that who doesn’t love you?
dawanMillet.Pakanun manuk-manuk naa ka dawa.Feed those birds some millet.
dawatnLead in a pencil.Lay põng dawat pinsil ku.The lead of my pencil broke.
dawaynA kind of square trap with many nooses (used esp. for catching wild birds or chickens).cf.kati
dawomnDesire; wish.Niyaꞌ luu dawom ku pilay.I have no desire to go there.Yaꞌ tasaggaꞌ ku dawom ku ni danda looy.I can’t resist my desire for that woman.
dawun11nLeaf; hair (on one’s head); blade of grass.Tud labung dun kõk nu.Your hair is very thick.2vTo begin to develop leaves.Ngandawun na gandum nu.Your corn is beginning to develop leaves.Derivativedawunanroot formdawunanMinor entrydun
dawun2vTo go to see (how things are going with one’s field, workers, patient, etc.).Jama looy ngandawun kabbun na llaw-llaw.That person goes to see how his plantation is doing every day.overlapping synonymkakap1
dawunanadjHaving leaves.Dawunan na mangga nu.Your mango tree has leaves now.Derivativedawun1root formdawun1
day-dãynA female worker; housegirl.Yaꞌ luu day-dãy kami sabap yaꞌ luu man kami nganggadji.We don’t have a housegirl because we don’t have anything to pay her wages with.
daya1nRiches; wealth.Yaꞌ taboo ta daya ta pa ahirat.We can’t bring our riches to the afterlife.cf.altaꞌ2verb intransitiveTo become wealthy or rich.Lay na ya magkadayahan pag lay jaꞌ ya lupus ngiskul.He became rich right after he finished going to school.Derivativedayahanmakadayaroot formdayahanmakadayasynonymaltaꞌ