Vernacular - English


dadmancomp. ofda1dimanprothis form is a compound of 3rd person plural pronoun da 'they' combined with the demonstrative pronoun, diman 'there'Inlaw dad baley da et epuhen dadman tep ag ida umdedngel etan u-ungadman.They brought it to their house and they consumed it there because the children there are disobedient.
dagah1vto go throughNetupuh wahay tep nedagah di batu.The ax is blunt because it went through (the wood) and hit a stone. 7.2.2Move in a directionme-/ne-
dagah2advearlyA-alli kayun dagah ma-lat et eleg kayu maledaw di ay-ayam. Come early so that you won't be late for the game.
dagawnlight brown pigDagaw idan emin hu impah ni killum da.All their piglets are brown.Kaw dagaw la etan inggatang yu?Is the one you sold brown?genkillum1.6Animal
dagdagtransto go and call for people with a purpose, e.g., to get them to workTudda kadennagdaga tuu tun an mangngunnu.He is calling on his people to go work.Mu pandagdag ida hu tuud Bahag et umlid dad da-ngah di Palaw. Go and call on the people in Bahag to come to join a working group in Palaw. 4C Convey/bring object toward agent
dagem1transto cool something, refers only to food and drink; may also describe the state of food or drinkDinegem ni inha-ad kun danum hu innumen kun kapih.I cooled the coffee that I will drink with the water I placed in it.Nedegem hu kennen yu tep ayepaw ey ag kayu um-alin mengngan.Your food became cold because you delayed in coming to eat., ne-Class 42vfor anger to lessen, cool downKamedeggem bunget ni hakey ni tuu hedin kabbabbal penummang mu. (Proverbs 15:1a)A person’s anger will cool down if you give a gentle answer.
dageminrice stalk or stemThe usual practice of harvesting rice has been to use a special knife, gamlang, to cut off the upper part of the stalks where the rice grains are attached and leave the remaining part of the stalks to rot in the rice field as a natural fertilizer.Kamelbeg hu dagemi di bawang ni payew et humman kaittaba ni pagey ni kameitnem mewan.The rice stems rot inside the rice paddies and that will fertilize the next rice that will be planted again.1.5.5Parts of a plant
daginbackpack made of rattanSimbangew 1kallupi 1pahhiking6.7.3Carrying tool
dagsi1advclose together; side by side; in close proximityNeipullay hu annel nunman ni prophet di keltad ey immehneng ida etan layon et ya kebayyud dagsi tu. (1 Kings13:24c)The body of that prophet was laying on the road and the lion and donkey were standing by his side.Simdaligdalittakdul refer to a neighborHedin wada nanhallaan yun dinagsi yu, ey iyayyaggud yun ihummangan. (Proverbs 25:9a)If you have a dispute with your neighbor, make your conversation amiable.-in-
dagyumv1to agree; to be of one mind about something; to have a consensusPandadagyum yu nemnem yu.Have one mind.Ya pandadagyuman et ni nemnem hu nemnemnem tayu.To be of one mind is what we think about.Endi kamengiddagyum di nemnem tu tep hin-appil. No one is agreeing with his idea because it is different. with someonepaN- -an/naN- -an2to have fellowship with God and/or each otherMika peennamtan hi-gayu hi Jesus ma-lat wada inna-nu tun mei-dum kayun hi-gamin mekiddagyum nan hi Apu Dios ni hi Jesus Christo e U-ungnga tu. (1 John 1:3)We make Jesus known to you so that it will be possible for you to join us in having fellowship with God and with Jesus Christ, his Son.meki-
dahalncracked or unrefined grain6.2.1.1Growing grain
dahdahtransto peel fruit or vegetables with knifeDinahdahan ina etan gintang yun patatas.My mother peeled all the potatoes that you bought.Dahdahi yudda etan ubi et han yu ihibak.Peel the sweet potatoes before you cook them.7.8.3Cut-an/-in- -anClass 5B Changing state of site by removal of something
dahhelvto stamp one's feetMi kapandahheli ey bimmmesik.We were stamping our feet when it suddenly flew away.Antan denahhel di bawang tep wada elnagen yullin kiteb di det-al.Don't be stamping your feet inside because you will drop some bedbugs on the floor.Simhekad
dahidahtransto rub something with the foot against the ground or floorIndahidah tud det-al etan gaga. He rubbed the cooked rice against the floor with his foot.Simdapdap 3E Move an object directionally
dahutvto stay somewhere far from home for a period of timeStaying away from home is usually done for the purpose of earning money.Epat ni bulan hu nandahutan nan ama di Santa Fe di Nueva Viscaya.It was four months that my father stayed away from home in Santa Fe, Nueva Viscaya.Endi hilbi tu hu an pandehhutan hedin endi an i-anemut ni sinangdan. It is useless to stay away from home for a long period of time if you come home with no income earned.8.5.3Be at a placemaN-/naN-Class 1C General class - Purposeful activities or actions
dahuyvto be paralyzedYan kaweda dad Listera ey wada etan lakin kaumyuyudung tep nedahuy dedan ni neiungngaan tu et eleg tun hekey patnaan ni dimmalan. (Acts 14:8)While they were in Listera, there was a man continuously sitting because he had been paralyzed from the time of his birth and he had never walked.2.5.4Disabledme-/ne-Class 6A Physiological process – state
dahyaytransto stretch leg while sitting or lying downiC1-/iN-Class 3A Move and position an object at a site
daitaprothey-us two; this compound pronoun refers to the 3rd person plural that is the subjective pronoun, they, and also refers to the 1st person dual objective pronoun, us two, or you and meDaita kapebukkul ni peinnuman ni bubud tep mangili ita. We are being served first with rice wine because we are visitors.This form is used only when addressing one other person.The compound form is a member of Set 3 pronouns.9.2.3Pronouns
daitsusp. var.deitsuprothey-us all or all of us; this compound pronoun refers to the 3rd person plural that is the subjective pronoun, they, and also refers to the 1st person plural inclusive objective pronoun, us all or all of usDaitsu katettebaladdan tuu tep itsu kamanhimbabaddang di ligat tayu. They are praising us because we help one another in our difficulties.The compound form is a member of Set 3 pronouns.9.2.3Pronouns
dakaprothey-you; this compound pronoun refers to the 3rd person plural that is the subjective pronoun, they, and also refers to the 2nd person singular objective pronoun, youDaka kahehmekaddan kamengullug tep nanlehanan mu hu pihul idan tuu.The believers are pitying you because you have suffered the criticism of the people.The compound form is a member of Set 3 pronouns.9.2.3Pronouns
dakalvto get out of a body of water; to come to shoreGinibbuh min binggayan etan han-eken et dumekal kami ni an mengngan.We finished planting the one-rice-paddy and got-out-of-the-water to have our meal.Dimmakal kami law di gilig ni baybay...(Acts 28:1)Then we (got out of the boat, and) came on shore at the edge of the ocean...Inang-ang mi dinekalan dad danum di kulukul ni da nantabtablegan.We saw them get out of the water in the creek where they went for a dip.7.2.2Move in a directionum-/-imm-Class 2A Movement from one place to another
dakamisp. var. ofdakemithey-us
dakayusp. var. ofdakeyuthey-you
dakdakvto walk on a narrow path, e.g., terrace of a rice paddy, a bridge that is a plankWhen this word is used, it implies that care must be taken when walking because the path is not a good one and narrow.Hedin mandakdak kad teneng ni payew man mahapul ni hellipat-an tep um-egah.If you are to walk on the rice-field terrace dikes, you must be very careful because you can fall down.Ya etan keyew ni neipakdal ni dakdakkan di kulukul ey anggetakkut tep heni kamangkedunnut.The wooden plank as a walkway at the creek is scary because it seems to be rotten., -an/-in- -anClass 1A Movement with a manner component
dakeladjmuch; manyDakel payew da.They have many rice-fields.antkapuhSimhantapugna-may8.1Quantitydaddakkeldimmakkelkadinakkelkedaklan