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da m against corosionko-kogreò-óndam against erosion6.2Agriculture1.2Land
dadbaabaà-ándaddy, papa, pa, dadBiig pa mi t'a baaba pa naab / Wẽnd ye.The child does not know that his father is not a chief / God. (Proverb: each one must act according to the realities of his parents and behave accordingly: he must not claim from them what they are not able to find.)antma14.1Relationships
daddybaabaà-ándaddy, papa, pa, dadBiig pa mi t'a baaba pa naab / Wẽnd ye.The child does not know that his father is not a chief / God. (Proverb: each one must act according to the realities of his parents and behave accordingly: he must not claim from them what they are not able to find.)antma14.1Relationships
Daddym banDaddy, Dad«M ba Polle!»«Father Paul!»
daily allowance of foodmoendena ration, daily allowance of food (for a family)5.2Food
daily newszʋgnalleʋ́-ènjournal, daily newssynkibayakibayanjournal, daily newssynzʋgnalle3.1Teach
dairy
dampibriínmound, dam, dike, rampbaraasendamKoom gɩdgr zĩig sẽn me. Dam built to keep the water in one place.1.3Water
dam (small)ko-koakaò-ónsmall dam6.2Agriculture1.3Water
damagesãoongondestruction, wasting, damagesynsãanga2faoore 1áo-éndetriment, harm, damageYaa faoore. Ad yaa faoore!It is a pity. What a pity!sãanga2àndestruction, dangerous, harmful, damagesynsãoongosãameàvdestroy, go bad, spoil, ruin, damage, harmA mobillã sãamame.His car is damaged.torge1vto break, spoil, damage, be / get broken, break downA wẽe lʋngã n torge.He hit on the drum and broke it.
dampmadgeá-èvget wet, damp, humid, moisten, to soak, dip, to moisten, cool sth.Fuugã madga koom.The garment got wet.wʋlgeʋ́-èvsoak to make softer, damp, moisten, dampen, to wetWʋk laasã n wʋlg n yaool n peke.Soak the dishes into the water and then you wash them afterwards.mid-midiìndamp, moistnessZĩigã lebga mid-midi.The place became damp.maasre 1á-éadjhumid, wet, fresh, cool, damp, calmZĩ-maasre.Humid place.synmidga
damp (to be)made1ávget wet, spatter, to be damp, coolBɛgdã mad-a lame.He is spattered with mud.maage 1á-èvcool down, cool off, calm down, refresh, pacify, to be cool, to be dampA sũur maag yã.He calmed down.antyõke3
dampenwʋlgeʋ́-èvsoak to make softer, damp, moisten, dampen, to wetWʋk laasã n wʋlg n yaool n peke.Soak the dishes into the water and then you wash them afterwards.maase2ã́-èvto cool sth., calm down, to calm situation / sb., ease, pacify, quieten, dampen
dampnessbʋgsemʋ́-énwetness, dampness, moistness, freshness, mildness, softnessBʋgsem : koom bɩ ko-walem sẽn be pemsem pʋgẽPrésence de l'eau ou de la vapeur d'eau dans l'air1.1Weathermaasre 2á-énhumidity, dampnessmaasem 1á-énshade, shadow, coolness, dampness, calm
dancesaoogandanceSaoog be ne waongo.The responsibility for the dance is in the mask. (A proverb meaning: in a business involving various parties, each must play its part in the success of the business so as not to be responsible for the failure.)lɛɛseɛ́-èvdance swinging from the right to the leftsao1àvdanceB saoodame.They are dancing.
dance (cause to)saoole 1àvcause to dance, to make sb. danceA saooda a biigã.She makes her child dance.
dance with animal masksdodoogondance with animal masks
dance_spkɩbga2ɩ́ndance performed by women (kind of)
dancersaooda1ándancerreem-dɛɛmbaè-ɛ́-ándancer, player
dangeryel-pakrenproblem, difficulty, dangerLa sob-kãseng yika koomã zugu, tɩ koom-koglgã rag n pid ne koom, tɩ lebg yel-pakr ne-ba.And a wind-storm came down on the lake, and they were filling with water and were in danger. masɩɩbaà-ɩ́-àndangerous problem, danger
danger signzĩ-bãndentemporary danger sign M bãneg m kẽnã, la m maan gũusgu.I slow down and pay close attention.7.2 road signs
dangeroussãanga2àndestruction, dangerous, harmful, damagesynsãoongobɛɛga 4ɛ́adjlinked to a bad memory, high risk, dangerous
dangle, quakebagle1á-èvdangle, quake, to rock, swing to-and-fro
dappletẽke 1é-èvsully, stain on sth., spot, speckle, dapple, to make a markFu-pɛɛlg sẽn tẽk sabelle.A white garment that is dappled with some black.