denka
Nibble--food or bait; nip; peck; pick at; scratch off; scrape off.
denke'
Flash light at; spot (with a light). (Saipan)
denke'
Flashlight. (Saipan)
denkot
Peck--strike with the beak; pick at ones food.
dentista
Dentist.
dentro
Within. Used with di.
derepente
Suddenly; abruptly.
deres
Type of plant. Local name for a plant whose roots are used for poisoning fish.
des-
Not; negative--usually used with Spanish loan words.
desabridu
Unsavory; insipid; tasteless; unpleasant to taste or smell; spoiled; sour.
desafte
Unroof (a house).
desagunao
Disgust; aversion.
desampara
To leave behind; to quit; to forsake; to desert; to abandon; to leave.
desanima
To depress the spirit of; to dishearten.
desaprebao
Disapproved; disliked.
desaprebao
Reprobate; profligate person.
desaprueba
Disapprove; condemn; regard as wrong; pass unfavorable judgement upon.
desapårehu
Unsaddle; unharness.
desareklo
Disorder; confusion; disarray; lack of order.
desareklådu
Disorderly manner; disorderly way; untidy; disheveled; scattered around; messy way.
desatenta
Disrespectful; irreverent; discourteous; inattentive (male).
desbela
Stay awake; lose sleep.
desbelao
Sleeples; stay awayke all night; be awake all night.
desbelu
Stay awake; lose sleep.
desbelådu
Sleeplesness; insomnia; wakefulness.
desbira
Dislocate.
desbueta
To violate; to injure.
desbuetga
Deflower; despoil; to deprive of virginity; to conquer the maidenhead.
desde
Since; from--used to connect phrases.
desde ki
Ever since.
desde ngai'an
Since when?
desde åntes
Since olden times.
desehu
Desire; longing; craving.
desempeña
Break lease.
desempeña
To provide for; to care for; to unfold; to develop; to put in use.
desendensia
Descendents.
desendente
Descendant; an offspring (usually remote).
deseperao
Desperate; hopeless.
desfaborable
Ominous; unfavorable.
desfigura
Disfigure; deform; distort; deface.

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