D - Word List

da'an

English: branch, bough of a tree
Bahasa Malaysia: dahan, ranting


da'ar

English: sp of tree which usu. grows to size of a small pole


da'at

English: bad, not good
Bahasa Malaysia: tidak bagus, tidak baik


da'eh

English: chin
Bahasa Malaysia: dagu


da'en (da'an)

English: to be invited, called


da'et

English: bad, evil, abusive,


da'ul

English: the act of being thrown out or spilled by mistake


da'un

English: leaf
Bahasa Malaysia: daun


da'ur

English: answer (to a call)


daan

English: hut in ricefield (people often stay here when the padi is ripening to scare away the birds, farm hut


dadan

English: old, of things; long (of time)


dadang

English: heat from a fire, be exposed to heat (as a person sitting near a fire)


dadau

English: stagger walk


dadem

English: feverish, sick
Bahasa Malaysia: demam, sakit


daji'

English: promise
Bahasa Malaysia: janji


dakeh

English: signpost to indicate place where a person/enemy has been killed


daker

English: slimy, slippery, thick slime


dalan

English: path, road, way
Bahasa Malaysia: jalan


dalem 1

English: deep, the deep part
Bahasa Malaysia: dalam


dalem 2

English: kitchen area as opposed to the verandah


dalid

English: ear
Bahasa Malaysia: telinga


daluh

English: angry
Bahasa Malaysia: marah


dame

English: luke warm


damu'

English: area cleared of weeds


dangar

English: sp of tree from which floor planks are made (red meranti)


dapo

English: to walk or talk in one's sleep


dapur

English: kitchen
Bahasa Malaysia: dapur


dara' 1

English: blood
Bahasa Malaysia: darah


dara' 2

English: don't, don't want,
Bahasa Malaysia: tidak mahu


darab

English: the sound of hilarious laughter


darar

English: swaying to and fro


dareng

English: low moaning sound


dari

English: fine, tiny, small (e.g. beads, string)
Bahasa Malaysia: kecil


darin

English: called


daring

English: the quiet, persistent noise of rumbling thunder


darut

English: stitch, as in sewing


datu'

English: durian fruit
Bahasa Malaysia: durian


dawa'

English: to charge in court, to sue; a libel case


dawan

English: lamp, (oil, resin); torch
Bahasa Malaysia: lampu suluh


dawar

English: a call or shout


dawat

English: ink
Bahasa Malaysia: dawat


dawi

English: compensation for loss of life
Bahasa Malaysia: ganti rugi apabila berlakunya kematian


dawid

English: hanging, clinging


dayeh

English: upriver, towards the interior
Bahasa Malaysia: hulu sungai


dayung

English: trance; to perform black magic


debpung

English: ? elephant trunk; a type of snake


dedih

English: their
Bahasa Malaysia: mereka punya


dedtak

English: way of slapping or tamping something to make it more compact


dedtar

English: be struck by something from above, e.g. falling tree


dedtat

English: flattened


dedtek

English: struck by flying object, e.g. ball, mud; way of throwing something at someone


dedtel

English: forced, persuaded


dedtem

English: darkness, dark, night time
Bahasa Malaysia: gelap, malam


dedten

English: pushing down, pressed down


dedter

English: small tree, sapling; stick


dedtur

English: girl, lady, woman, female
Bahasa Malaysia: perempuan, wanita


dei

English: expression of wonder or suprise


dekaan

English: term of intimacy used between close relatives


dekeh

English: ash-like, bitter taste in the mouth as of rancid cooking oil


deket

English: sticky, to stick to something


dekuh

English: edging on woven items such as mats, baskets, to keep strands intact


dela'ih

English: male, boy, man
Bahasa Malaysia: lelaki


delanan (delan-an)

English: path made by repeated walking over the same course


dele

English: corn, maize
Bahasa Malaysia: jagung


delo 1

English: type of long eel
Bahasa Malaysia: sejenis belut


delo 2

English: wary, fearful


demamo'

English: weeding


demamu'

English: to clear an area of weeds


demawid 1

English: pancreas, spleen?
Bahasa Malaysia: pankreas


demawid 2

English: to go round an object, e.g. a hill or a tree


demual

English: climb from one tree to another


demulun

English: slave, servant
Bahasa Malaysia: hamba, orang gaji


denak

English: suddenly, abruptly
Bahasa Malaysia: dgn tiba-tiba


denganak

English: brother or sister by a second marriage; half-brother or sister, step-brother/sister


dengeh

English: of good reputation


dengekanid

English: cousins


dengen 1

English: assistance


dengen 2

English: generic term for otter
Bahasa Malaysia: jenis memerang


dengur

English: low-pitched (as the voice)


depar

English: palm (of hand), sole (of foot)
Bahasa Malaysia: tapak (tangan atau kaki)


depeh

English: fathom, distance between two outstretched hands


depung

English: short python
Bahasa Malaysia: sejenis ular sawa


dera'-en

English: bleeding, as the gums


deramih

English: rice stalks after harvesting


deredtang

English: epiphytic fern


dereh

English: suffer
Bahasa Malaysia: dera


derem

English: drum
Bahasa Malaysia: dram


deremun

English: hazy, not very clear


deren

English: sp of plant, reputed to have magical powers (in the past)


dereng

English: moans, groans, as if in pain


dero

English: the sound of prolonged crying/mourning


derudo

English: fat on the underside of fish, considered a delicacy


derur

English: bamboo gadget used for frightening birds away in padi fields. It consists of bamboo poles strung in such a way as to produce a large clatter when the strings are pulled.
Bahasa Malaysia: sejenis alat diperbuat drp buluh untuk menakutkan burong dalam sawah


deteluh

English: they (trial)
Bahasa Malaysia: mereka bertiga


di'e'

English: don't want
Bahasa Malaysia: tidak mahu


di'id

English: club covered with damar latex, used in pottery making


dian

English: candle
Bahasa Malaysia: lilin


diar

English: unusual, unexpected, surprising, rare


dideh

English: theirs, their own
Bahasa Malaysia: mereka punya


didtat

English: was flattened by


didtek

English: was struck by object thrown by someone


didtir 1

English: extra material added to mend something, or increase the length of something


didtir 2

English: planks used for the side of a boat


dieh

English: hers, his, its
Bahasa Malaysia: dia punya


diket

English: stuck, pasted on, stuck together


diko

English: yours
Bahasa Malaysia: awak punya


dila'

English: tongue
Bahasa Malaysia: lidah


dileh

English: strange, funny, queer, sheepish


dina'et (d-in-a'et)

English: was damaged by


dina'ul (d-in-a'ul)

English: thrown out


dinamu' (d-in-amu')

English: cleared


dinger

English: way of listebing, hearing
Bahasa Malaysia: dengar


dinger-dinger

English: to listen with an open attitude without reacting to what is heard


dingi 1

English: inside, into something


dingi 2

English: opposite side


dipar

English: the opposite or other side (river, road, clearing, etc.)


direm

English: purple, colour of a fruit


diri

English: housepost
Bahasa Malaysia: tiang rumah


dita'

English: high, tall, above, up
Bahasa Malaysia: tinggi,


diu'

English: bathe oneself
Bahasa Malaysia: mandi


diweh

English: they (dual)
Bahasa Malaysia: mereka berdua


do'oh

English: 1) good 2) delicious, tasty, yummy
Bahasa Malaysia: 1) bagus 2) sedap, nyaman


doo'

English: good, well
Bahasa Malaysia: baik, bagus


doo' sange

English: comfortable
Bahasa Malaysia: selesa


Dooq mayu ain dih terun. Laq keduih ngen idih.

English: That sounds good. I’ll have that.


Dooq pian kuh neh petulu ngemuh

English: It’s nice meeting you.


Dooq pian kuh neh petuluh ngemuh

English: Nice to meet you


Dooq tudo narih

English: Good bye (to say to the person who stays)
Bahasa Malaysia: selamat tinggal


Dooq tuih

English: I am fine


Dooq-dooq lawey narih

English: Have a pleasant trip


dorok

English: a type of bird, bulbuls, Yellow-Vented Bulbul
Bahasa Malaysia: sejenis burung


du'er

English: shivering (with cold)
Bahasa Malaysia: menggigil kerana sejuk


dual

English: pass on, transfer from one to another (of messages, items, beads)


duder

English: sp of catfish


dueh

English: two
Bahasa Malaysia: dua


dueh-dueh

English: both


duih

English: mine
Bahasa Malaysia: saya punya


duih, kudih, kuh

English: mine
Bahasa Malaysia: saya punya


duket

English: to perch, of a bird
Bahasa Malaysia: hinggap


dulen

English: to be thrown


dulun

English: other people
Bahasa Malaysia: orang orang lain


dungen (dung-en)

English: adopted


duru'

English: honey
Bahasa Malaysia: madu


duul

English: to pass or hand from one to another


duweh

English: Two


Duweh jam na’am teh kapal ih medting.

English: At least two hours before departure time.