Proto-Austronesian
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dakdak, v. slam something down (only in the Philippines)
dakep, v. catch, seize, embrace
dakep-en, v. be caught, captured
dakeS, n. The camphor laurel (Cinnamomum sp)
daki, n. dirt on skin, dandruff
dakiS, v. climb, ascend
dakuC, n. snatch, grab
dakut, v. take in hand
dalayap, n. kind of citrus tree and fruit
dalem, prep. in, inside, deep
damaR, n. tree resin used in torches
damuq, n. menstrual blood
dañ, adj. old (of things)
danaw, n. lake
daNum, n. fresh water
daŋ, v. heat near a fire
daŋdaŋ, v. broil, warm oneself or something near a fire
daŋdaŋ-an, v. place something near a fire
daqaN, adj. old, ancient
daqaNi, n. day
daqiS, n. forehead, face
daqu, n. Dracontomelum edule
daqu (2), n. soapberry (Sapindus mukrossi, S.
daRa, n. Formosan maple (Liquidambar formosana)
daRaq, n. blood
daReq, n. soil, probably clay
daRiŋ, v. groan, moan
daSdaS, n. chest
daSdaS (2), n. chest (anat.)
dataR, n. flat area
dataR (2), n. flat, flat or level land
daya, adj. inland (also upstream/uphill)
daya (2), adj. upriver, toward the interior
debdeb, n. chest
debdeb (2), n. chest
dekeC, n. paste, adhesive (probably made of overcooked rice)
deket, adj. near
dekiŋ, v. bark, of a deer
dekuŋ, adj. bent
deles, n. bowstring
dem, v. think, brood
dem (2), adj. dark, cloudy
demdem, v. brood, hold a grudge, remember, keep still
demdem (2), n. dark, overcast, gloomy
deŋeR, v. hear, sound
depuŋ, n. venomous snake
deRdeR, n. thunder
deruŋ, n. boom booming sound
deRuŋ, n. distant rolling thunder
dikit, adj. little, few, small in amount
dilaq, v. lick
diNaŋ, n. rust
diŋdiŋ, n. wall
diqdiq, v. boil (such as water)
diRi, v. stand
diRi (2), v. stand
diRus, v. bathe
disdis, v. cut, slice
diteq, n. sticky substance
du(ŋ)kuŋ, n. bend, curve
dua, n. over there, yonder
dukduk, n. ginger
duma, pron. someone, other people, be different
duŋ, v. protect, shelter
duRi, n. thorn
duSa, num. two
duSa duSa, adv. two by two, two at a time, two each
duSa-en, v. be divided into two
duSa (2), num. two
esa, num. one
galaŋ, v. wedge, something placed underneath support
gapgap, v. feel, grope
gem, v. hold in fist
giliŋ, v. roll over something
guliŋ, v. roll up
halaŋ, v. lie athwart, bar, be an obstacle
i aCas-, pre. above, on top
i babaw, prep. above, on top of
i-Cu, pton. that (2p)
i-nu, pron. where
idid, v. move rapidly in small motions (example: 'fan')
ija-n, pron. when
in-alap, v. take
jeket, n. stick
jutjut, n. pull at
k-aku, pron. 1sg oblique: to me, for me
k-in-a-Cau-an, n. nature, character
ka, n. elder sibling
ka-dataR-an, n. plain, region of level land
kan, v. eat
kañuSkuS, n. fingernail
kaŋa, v. be open (as mouth)
kaŋkaŋ, v. spread the legs (only in the Philippines and western Indonesia)
kaqkaq, adj. split, torn
keŋkeŋ, adj. rigid, tight
kepit, adj. pinched together
kepkep, v. clasp
kiSkiS, adj. scrape off
kiskis, n. grate, file
kubkub, v. cover over

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