D , d1nD, the fourth letter of the alphabet. A,B,K,D. The " dy " combination is used for the " J , j " sound in many cases, as in Dyios, Dyip [Jeep], dyari [able to do]. There is J, j in use, though mostly in borrowed words, like Jakarta, Jeep, Jesus; but there are also Pelawan words with a "J, j", like "jaul", to fish. But " dy- " is more common in spelling.
dainterjWow!, Really!, Can you believe it?Da! Daya yaya ye.Oh! He is alone up the mountain.Aya! Yaya ye daya.Wow! He is alone up in the highlands.synabu 1abu!ayabebe!ida'ide'ira'
daag1v1win or lose a game, etc., depending upon context and/or verb affixing. The d changes to r between vowels, meraag.Negbelbengel et bula de Linu, *daag dye.Lino and others played ball, they *lost.Kas kew *peraag dut mereraat, segwa' *daaga' myu et menunga sebarang meraat.Don't you be *defeated by evil, but you *win with good against whoever/whatever is evil. Rom 12:21.daagen - defeat.; mengindaag = win,; meraag or daag = lose a contest,; nengindaag - won, was victorious over, 1Jn 5:4-5.; Kepengindeagan et Pengandel - Victory of Faith 1Jn 5:1-21.; dinaag - lost the game.2lose a contest or game or war, lose an election, .Si Nahan dinaag et butuhan et pegke-kunsihal.Nahan lost the election for councelor.synnengindaag23defeat an enemy or to win over and enemy.Meraag ya beke' mepesuku' ye kenyeng menge' kegebek.He will defeat and he will subject his enemies. 1Co 25b.Dinaag - one who is losing in the game.; Pegdeagen - one who is defeated.; Dumaag - to be losing.; Neraag - have been the loser.
daag2vwin or lose, depending on the affixation; though most "win" words have "indaag" vs "daag" in them.See: daag.Pegdeagen dye et belbengel et bola.They defeat for playing the ball.Dumaag ye et tempur iba ye in dinaag.He win cock fight and his friend lost.Megdaag - to lose, be defeated.; Pegdeagen - to lose in sports.; Iperaag - to let someone lose.; Neraag - have lost.; Megindaag- to win at basketball.; Pegindaagan- someone is winning the basketball game.; Ipengindaag- to let someone win at basketball.; Dumaag- winner.; Dinaag- loser.; Nengindaag- have won, won over all.
daag3v1defeat, as in a debate, (lost or behind) in the language.Daag dye et beres sabab kaya kusewd megberes.They were defeated because they don't know how to debate/talk.Daag ne si Sungkuk.Songkok is a loser.Acts 15:2.; See also: negpekiindaag, megpekiindaag, pekiindaag.; daagen.syndinaagindaagmetengwasnengindaag1rarat2defeat.Daagen ke ne ga et beres/diawab kay sabab kaya kuseud ke banar.Your still will be defeated in our debate, because you don't know much.Variant form: daagen
daamnplan, scheme, thoughts,Megdedaam* ku dumuntin dut Maynila sembatung teun.I'm *planning to go to Manila next year.Bilang *daam at ketomanan it timpo, apang ipegsembat at kenye i' tanan it keginisan dot langit na' at lebo'.As a *plan for the fulness of time, to unite all things in him, things in heaven and things on earth. Eph 1:10 PC.Acts 2:23 dinaam.syngaay3maput na timpuparu 1pinandu' na' timpu 1
daan1nway, path, road, trail, street, highway, infrastructure. (Tag.), PB is dalan. Tag. word. syn. daan, hundred, 100 of something.Daan surung dut Tagpinasau ingga pe' tebes.The way going to Tagpinasao is not yet finish.Romans 3:2 pedaan.synbayaandalanebia'2karsada
dabu'vcast a net into the sea to catch fish, throw a net into the water.Na, irebua' myu rambat myu dut tampa' kewanan et gubang myu, keysi' kew et mekansang.Now, throw/cast your net on the right side of your boat, you can catch many-[fish]. Jn 21:6a.Mt 13:47 dinabu, tinaan.antbatunpegbatunsyndyeul et rambatlitagtaantimbagtinaan
dadavpress with feet; a step in the process of making 'natek', a food derived from 'betbat' tree. PC dialect mostly.wl29.
dadeknpress down with hand, depress sometning. PC mostly.Idadek mu keremut mu eset beteng ku in.Press your hand down on my stomach.wl.29.synirendet
dadesadjtightly woven, closely woven; generally used with cloth;.Sisingled ku ti', dades ne et badyu' ku.In my room there, is my tightly woven dress.siset; Ex. 38:5.syndeseken
dadundice, the gambling dice. See also: daru.darusynsugal
dag-dagvadd to something; put in some more. increase amount, more of, Compound amount. enhance something, make nicer.Dugangi' daken itue ba' mekedyari.Put me some more if it's okey for you.Megdugang - to join his share; Pegdugangan - to add something more in the basket or etc.; Dumugang - to add some more; Nerugangan - have been added moreantkurangansyndugang2dugni'ganapansugpatsugput
daganprepunder.Pegdedeganan mu tiked kut tabla angkansa nebari'.You hit my feet under the beanch, thats why it broken.Megdagan - to lie under.; Pegdeganan - beneath or lying under.; Dumagan - below, beneath.; Nereganan - have been leaning his legs.synligpitligpitlumpiditlupdet
dagangvsell something, buy or sell something, purchase goods. 2. betray, or sell out a person.Negdagang ku't tulnu' dut tetebuan.I sold vegetables in the market.Megdagang ku pe et tulnu' ku dut tetebuan diklem, apang maya pirak ku.I'll sell some vegetable in the market tomorrow, so that I can earn/have money.Megdagang - to give up for money or other payment.; Dumagang - to sell in a store.; Megdengdagang - v. to sell/peddle around.; Mengdedagang - n. a seller or one who sells.; Neragang - adj. have been sold out.; Deregangan, n., - products for sale.synakal 1akalandupang 1eleneleneleniladiladilad-iladindaya' 1leugrunding