D - Word List

da'ant

English: a branch
Bahasa Malaysia: dahan


daank

English: inside
Bahasa Malaysia: dalam


dagu'

English: a chin
Bahasa Malaysia: dagu


dakah

English: Fit
Bahasa Malaysia: cergas


daki

English: where
Bahasa Malaysia: dimana


dakuop

English: to hug or to embrace
Bahasa Malaysia: peluk


dali

English: a man
Bahasa Malaysia: lelaki


damon

English: fallow
Bahasa Malaysia: tanah kosong


danie'

English: over there
Bahasa Malaysia: di sebelah sana


danih

English: there
Bahasa Malaysia: di sana


dano'

English: there
Bahasa Malaysia: sana


daruog

English: noise
Bahasa Malaysia: bising


das

English: sweat
Bahasa Malaysia: peluh


dasa'

English: shy
Bahasa Malaysia: malu


dati'

English: here
Bahasa Malaysia: sini


daya'

English: 1. the people, 2. the Dayak people
Bahasa Malaysia: 1. orang 2. orang Dayak


dayunk

English: a woman
Bahasa Malaysia: perempuan


dayuod

English: to sway
Bahasa Malaysia: bergoyang


di'

English: at - a preposition
Bahasa Malaysia: pada


dient

English: a stink fruit called durian or durio zibethinus - This fruit is loved by almost all Bidayuhs even though the pungent smell can be over-powering.
Bahasa Malaysia: durian


dient muot

English: a species of the stink fruit durian called durio graveolens
Bahasa Malaysia: durian rimba, durian kuning


dingan

English: a friend
Bahasa Malaysia: kawan


dipoh

English: a snake
Bahasa Malaysia: ular


dipoh pinganon

English: a python
Bahasa Malaysia: ular sawa


dipoh pinganon to'od

English: a dwarf python (curtus)
Bahasa Malaysia: ular sawa batik


disah

English: don't need
Bahasa Malaysia: tak perlu


diya'

English: tortoise
Bahasa Malaysia: kura kura


diyo'

English: first
Bahasa Malaysia: dulu


diyo' so' kuno'

English: before this
Bahasa Malaysia: sebelum ini


do'oh

English: a koompassia excelsa tree
Bahasa Malaysia: pokok tapang


dodank

English: husk
Bahasa Malaysia: dedak


dodod

English: crowded
Bahasa Malaysia: sesak


dodot

English: slack
Bahasa Malaysia: lembik


dodot tiyot

English: very loose
Bahasa Malaysia: sangat lembik


doi'

English: do not have
Bahasa Malaysia: tidak ada


dolie'

English: don't want
Bahasa Malaysia: tak mahu


donai

English: four days after
Bahasa Malaysia: empat hari akan datang


dondant

English: a tale
Bahasa Malaysia: dongen


donih

English: three days after
Bahasa Malaysia: tiga hari yang akan datang


donu

English: lake
Bahasa Malaysia: danau


doonk

English: sound of
Bahasa Malaysia: bunyi


doot

English: a wild boar (sometimes a connotation for 'a dish')
Bahasa Malaysia: babi hutan


dopoh

English: a yard
Bahasa Malaysia: satu ela


doras

English: strong
Bahasa Malaysia: kuat


dorod

English: a mountain
Bahasa Malaysia: gunung


Dorod Bonguh

English: the Bungo Mountain Range
Bahasa Malaysia: Gunung Benguh


Dorod Kapow

English: Mount Kapow - This is where the famous Fairy Cave of Bau are located. Bidayuh legend in the area has it that the caves were formerly the village of Kapow. The whole place including its human and animal inhabitants were turned into stones by a curse of an angry old woman who found out that the villagers mistreated her grandson who was an orphan. They wrapped some charcoals in a leaf, saying it was grilled meat as a parting gift for his Gawai visit to the village.
Bahasa Malaysia: Gunung Kapor


Dorod Nyi’an

English: Mount Nyian - Located not far from Kupuo' Bijuray.
Bahasa Malaysia: Gunung Nyian


Dorod Orad

English: Mount Orad - This mountain is reported to have been the location of the fortress of Panglima Kurow. Panglima Kulow was a famous Bidayuh warrior who led a group of Bidayuh people to settle on the mountain after their earlier fortress at Bung Bratak was destroyed by marauding enemies. It is now a tourist attraction and many Bidayuhs make a pilgrimage to the mountain summit to visit Panglima Kulow's tomb.
Bahasa Malaysia: Gunung Orad


Dorod Podad

English: A mountain in Krokong - This is the location of the early settlement in the area called Krokong Mountain village not far from the old village of Prasuont.
Bahasa Malaysia: Gunung Podad


Dorod Sipingient

English: a mountain in Krokong - Literally, it means the Plate Mountain or Dorod Sipingient. It is part of a mountain range with Bung Tra’an as its neighboring peak. The original inhabitants of Blinggink came from a settlement built on the steep slopes of this mountain. On one of the slopes lies the Sinja Rock where legend has it that a Bidayuh warrior named Panglima Sukupit stood to defend his village against marauding enemies. The whole mountain area gets regular annual visits from his descendants who come up to collect stink fruits called durians which came from huge trees planted almost a hundred years ago as part of the village’s fruit garden. Fruit gardens like these are called lisont.
Bahasa Malaysia: Gunung Spingient


Dorod Tilambuo'

English: Trambuo Mountain - Located near the village of Staas in Bau.
Bahasa Malaysia: Gunung Trambuo


dowant

English: to dry
Bahasa Malaysia: kering


dowont

English: a leaf
Bahasa Malaysia: daun


dowont bo'id

English: a betel leaf
Bahasa Malaysia: daun sirih


dowont kapal

English: a creeper which has a very bitter tasting leaf eaten as a delicacy
Bahasa Malaysia: daun yang pahit


dowont manah

English: a leaf of the phacelophrynium maximum plant - The leaf of this plant is very useful for a Bidayuh. It is used to wrap food of all types.
Bahasa Malaysia: daun kelupis


doya'

English: blood
Bahasa Malaysia: darah


doyoh

English: a land
Bahasa Malaysia: darat


dudu’

English: a flame
Bahasa Malaysia: nyala


duh

English: weed
Bahasa Malaysia: rumput-rampai


duit

English: money
Bahasa Malaysia: wang


dumam

English: a green fern
Bahasa Malaysia: paku paku


dunduk

English: a fig tree
Bahasa Malaysia: kayu ara


dungan

English: a fresh water fish called Hampala Macrilepidota
Bahasa Malaysia: sebarau


dunya

English: the world
Bahasa Malaysia: dunia


duonk

English: a sheath
Bahasa Malaysia: sarong parang


duo’

English: Let’s
Bahasa Malaysia: Mari


duo’ bih

English: come on
Bahasa Malaysia: Marilah


duwant

English: to pour
Bahasa Malaysia: tuang


duwoh

English: two
Bahasa Malaysia: dua