destieru
Exile; relinquish; discard; cast off; abandon.
destilipas
Eviscerate; remove the guts.
destilådu
Banish; exile; send away; deport.
destinao
Destined.
destinasion
Destination.
destinu
Fate; destiny.
destotniyadot
Screw driver.
destronka
Truncate.
destrosa
Annihilate; destroy; wreck; demolish; ruin.
destrosu
Disaster; wreck; destruction.
desånggra
To let blood; to tap blood.
desåpåtta
Separate--one from another.
desåtma
Disasemble; take apart; disarm.
di
Spanish loan used in many constructions as part of a Spanish phrase. Also used as a linker in constructions using non-Spanish phrases.
di'ao
Base--used in a game.
di'ario
Daily; occurring each successive day; every day.
di'u
Base--used in a game.
diahlo
No; no thanks.
dialu
No; no thanks; never mind.
diberas
Swear; honest; certain; sure; declare or assert as true.
dibetsion
Entertainment; recreation; diversion.
dibettao
Leisure; free from femands; at liberty.
dibette
To be at leisure; put (oneself) at ease.
dibette
Leisure; ease; freedom from business.
dibettidu
Cheerful; delighted; joyous; merry; gay.
dibi
Owe; be in debt; due.
dibi
Debt; credit.
dibibiyon
Divisible.
dibidi
Divide; split evenly; sever; cause to be separate; share.
dibiette
Liberate.
dibina
Guess--as in a guessing game.
dibina dibina
Phrase used when beginning a guessing game.
dibinu
Diviner; fortune teller.
dibision
Partition; dividing wall; subdivision; division
dibosion
Devotion; worship; adoration; prayer.
dibosionario
Devotionary; prayer book.
dibota
Devoted; dedicated; pious; religious; devout. (female)
dibotsia
Divorce; dissolve marriage contract by legal authority.
dibotu
Devoted; dedicated; pious; religious; devout. (male)
dibuena boluntåt
Free-willed; willingly.

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