D - Word List

dabai

English: a type of fruit, similar to olives


dada

English: chest
Bahasa Malaysia: dada


dadam

English: very cold, fever inducing cold, shivering


dakah

English: dirt left by the low tide


dalam

English: inside
Bahasa Malaysia: dalam


daloh

English: deppressed


dampa

English: farmhouse


dampih

English: near, close
Bahasa Malaysia: dekat


dang

English: feverish


dani

English: to wake up
Bahasa Malaysia: bangun tidur


daoh

English: a distant sound, echoes


dapur

English: fireplace


datai

English: to come
Bahasa Malaysia: datang


dau

English: tributary


daya

English: to dodge


delima

English: pormegrenate


demalam

English: last night
Bahasa Malaysia: semalam


denjang

English: to stand or sit still


deruroh

English: to drum or to create a beat


derut

English: to growl or to imitate the sound of thunder


Dik udah kawin?

English: Are you married?
Bahasa Malaysia: Kamu sudah khawin?


dilah

English: tongue
Bahasa Malaysia: lidah


dinga

English: to hear, to listen
Bahasa Malaysia: mendengar


Dini

English: where
Bahasa Malaysia: di mana


Dini alai bansal nganti bas?

English: Where is the bus stop?
Bahasa Malaysia: Di mana perhentian bas?


Dini alai endur makai?

English: Where is the place to eat?
Bahasa Malaysia: Di mana tempat makan?


dini alai endur tu?

English: where is this place?
Bahasa Malaysia: di manakah tempat ini?


Dini alai jamban?

English: Where is the toilet?
Bahasa Malaysia: Di mana tandas?


Dini endur nya?

English: Where is that place?
Bahasa Malaysia: Di manakah tempat itu?


Dini endur tu?

English: Where is this place?
Bahasa Malaysia: Di manakah tempat ini?


Dini nuan diau?

English: Where do you live?
Bahasa Malaysia: Di manakah kamu tinggal?


Dini nuan gawa?

English: Where do you work?
Bahasa Malaysia: Di manakah kamu bekerja?


Dini nuan sekula?

English: Where do you study?
Bahasa Malaysia: Di manakah kamu belajar?


Dini rumah nuan?

English: Where is your house?
Bahasa Malaysia: Di manakah rumah kamu?


dini tua makai ?

English: where we want to eat?
Bahasa Malaysia: di mana kita makan?


djir

English: to arrange things in a row


duduk

English: to sit
Bahasa Malaysia: duduk


Duduk meh

English: Please have a seat
Bahasa Malaysia: Silakan duduk


dujong

English: leaves worn in the hair as ornaments


duku'

English: broad knife


dungai

English: love songs


dunya

English: the world
Bahasa Malaysia: dunia


dupan

English: the tusks of a wild boar


durok

English: to help one another, to give reciprocal aid, to work together (mainly used to refer to helping one another in each other's farms)