dinekko'
Sprouting; growth; germination.
dinga'
Twin; double; fork (of the tree); junction; crossroad.
dinga' chålån
Crossroad; junction; intersection.
dingu
Depart; leave behind; abandon; desert; forsake.
dinida
Doubt; doubtfulnes; feeling of uncertainty as to fact.
dinigridu
Bruise; to inflict a bruise; contusion.
dinimålas
Misfortune; back luck.
dinimånda
Suit; process of law.
Dios
God.
dipende
Depend on; trust; entrust; have faith rely on.
dipendensia
Dependence.
dipendiente
Dependent; subordinate; relying on something else for support.
diploma
Diploma; certificate.
diplomatiku
Diplomat.
dipositu
Warehouse; depot; storage; supplyhouse; storehouse.
dipotsi
Supposed.
dipotta
Deport; depopulate; send away; exile; banish.
dipsition hånom
Reservoir (water).
dipusita
Deposit; place; put; store.
dipåtta
Depart with; separate from; isolate.
dipåttemente
Department.
direcha iskietda
Scattered--left and right. Formal way to say direchas kuetdas.
direchas kuetdas
Disorderly manner; disorderly way; untidy; disheveled; scattered around; messy way.
direcho
Privilege; prerogative; right; a personal right.
direcho
Right side up; correct position; the state of being in the right manner.
direktorio
Directory; book of instructions.
direktot
Director.
dirihi
Direct; lead; guide; conduct; administer.
diriti
Melt; liquefy.
diritiyon
Soluble; dissolvable.
diroga
Revoke; abolish; countermand; repeal; disapprove.
diroga
To tear down and build again--as in a house or a pålapåla.
disatento
Disrespectful; irreverent; discourteous; inattentive (female).
disdicha
Misfortune; misery; ill fortune.
disdichao
Unfortunate; unhappy.
disecha
Ignore; disregard; neglect; pay no heed to; pretend not to see.
disecha
To spurn; to throw away; to cast away; to repudiate.
disecha
Curse; to wish evil on another.
diseha
Wish; want; desire; hope; crave; covet.
disembra
Replacing seed or plant that failed to survive.

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