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DABALI DULEKE passed beyond

DABALI FEKUHE jumped across

DABALI FIYELEMBI to jump across (equestrian trick)

DABALI UЉE a strap on the wagon-saddle that is attached to the shaft of the cart

DABALI WESIKE rose beyond

DABALIKAN somewhat excessive

DABAMBI to cross, to surpass, to go beyond, to climb over

DABAHA NIMEKU consumption

DABARA OLORO crossing and fording

DABANAMBI to surpass, to cross over, to go to cross

DABARGAN a bag carried on the body-used like a pocket

DABAЉAKŪ 1. presumptuous, extravagant 2. a person who tries to live beyond his means or station

DABAЉAMBI to act presumptuously

DABATALA excessively, presumptuously

DABCI having one's eyes askew, suffering exotropia

DABCIKŪ a double-edged sword

DABCILAKŪ a small hunting knife, dagger

DABCILAMBI to go askew, to run crooked

DABDALI headstrong, unruly, agitated

DABDURI quick-tempered, excitable

DABDURЉAMBI to flare up, to go into a rage

DABGIBUMBI caus. of dabgimbi

DABGIMBI to weed, to pull weeds with the hands

DABGIYAMBI see dabkimbi

DABKAMBI to haunt, to torment, to

bring harm to (of ghosts)

DABKIMBI 1. to repair with glue or plaster 2. to whip on (a horse)

DABKŪRI double, having layers, storied (building)

DABKŪRI DALAN a doubled dike or dam

DABKŪRI DORGI HOTON the Forbidden City

DABKŪRI DUKA a double gate

DABKŪRI KOTOLI a double sail

DABKŪRI LEOSE a storied building

DABKŪRI OMOLO great-grandchild

DABKŪRI TAILI a double blossom

DABKŪRILAMBI to double

DABSI upper arm

DABSIMBI to incline, to wane

DABSULABŪMBI caus. of dabsulambi

DABSULAMBI to preserve in brine, to salt, to pickle

DABSUN salt

DABSUN BE GIYARIRE YAMUN department of salt control; cf. BH 835B

DABSUN BE YABUBURE BITHE BE PILERE

BAICARA FALGANGGA office of the salt examiner; cf. BH 835A

DABSUN CIFUN I MENGGUN salt gabelle

DABSUN FUIFURE HAHA salt worker

DABSUN I BAITA BE BAICARA HAFAN controller of salt affairs; cf. BH 369, 369A

DABSU I CIFUN salt tax

DABSUN I KŪWARAN salt factory

DABSUN I URSE salt smugglers

DABSUN JUWERE BAITA BE KADALARA

HAFAN Salt Controller, BH 835

DABSUN JUWERE BEIDESI Sub-Assistant Salt Controller, BH 835A

DABSUN JUWERE ILHICI Deputy Assistant Salt Controller, BH 835A

DABSUN JUWERE KADALASI Salt Inspector, BH 835A

DABSUN JUWERE UHECI Assistant Salt Controller, BH 835A

DABSUN TUCIRE BA an area where salt is produced, a salt mine

DABSUN TUYEKU YONGGAN ammonium chloride

DABTA a gluepot

DABTABUMBI caus. of dabtambi

DABTAMBI 1. to do repeatedly, to do over a long period of time 2. to pile up (v.i.) 3. to repeat over and over in order to instill, to din into 4. to beat metal thin

DABTARA FOLHO a hammer for beating metal

DABTAN again, repeatedly--see dahūn dabtan i

DABUBUMBI caus. of dabumbi

DABUKŪ fire lighter, small stove, burner

DABUMBI 1. caus. of dambi 2. to light (a fire or lamp) 3. to figure in with, to take into account, to include, to consider 4. to be injured

DABUME including, comprising

DABŪRAKŪ not included, not taken into account

DACAKŪ a wide hair ornament worn in the chignon of Sibe women

DACI 1. from the beginning, once upon a time, formerly, hitherto 2. by itself, by nature

DACI DUBEDE ISITALA from beginning to end

DACILABUMBI caus. of dacilambi

DACILAMBI to inquire, to seek information, to find out

DACILANJIMBI to come to inquire

DACUKAN rather sharp

DACUN sharp, shrewd, decisive, resolute

DACUN JEYENGGE AMBA JANGKŪ a very sharp large sword

DACUN SUKDUN spirit, high morale (especially of troops)

DACUNGGA sharp

DADAGE interjection of affection used when patting an old person or a child on the back

DADARAMBI to open (the mouth), to open wide, to expand

DAIARI a trap for weasels and marmots

DADE 1. originally, at first, in the beginning 2. (postposition) in addition to

DADU MOO gangplank

DADUN 1. lame 2. without hands or feet

DAFAHA chum salmon(Oncorhynchus keta)

DAFUN an arrow wound

DAFUN ENE the arrow wound is too shallow (not deep enough to kill)

DAFUN SAIN the arrow wound is deep (deep enough to kill)

DAGILABUMBI caus. of dagilambi

DAGILAMBI to prepare, to get ready, to set out wine or food

DAHABUMBI 1. caus. of dahambi 2. to subdue, to subjugate 3. to recommend a person possessing a special talent or merit for a high post, without the official examination 4. to paint, to decorate with

DAHABURE AFAHA receipt, bill, list of merchandise

DAHABURE AFAHARI a note containing an order of the emperor inserted into a memorial to the throne

DAHABURE GISUN TUCIBUMBI to give a

grade on the official examination

DAHACAMBI 1. to follow together 2. to receive, to meet 3. to obey

DAHALABUMBI caus. of dahalambi

DAHALAMBI 1. to follow, to pursue, to run down 2. to bring a countersuit against

DAHALANJIMBI to come following

DAHALASI follower, servant

DAHALI 1. the second, the next 2. in playing with the gacuha, the second bone thrown

DAHALI SONJOST number two in the imperial examination, BH 629C

DAHALJI a manservant under a life contract

DAHALTU orderly, manservant

DAHAMBI (perfect participle daha) 1. to follow 2. to submit, to surrender 3. to obey

DAHAME (postposition) because, since

DAHAN a horse from two to five years old

DAHANCAMBI to follow together, to obey together

DAHANDUHAI 1. before long, in a while, shortly, subsequently 2. one after another, in succession

DAHANDUMBI/DAHANUMBI to follow after one another

DAHANJIMBI to come following, to come to surrender

DAHARALAME following, attending

DAHASHŪN 1. obedient 2. posthumous title for the wife of an official of the seventh order

DAHASI a granary attendant

DAHASU obedient, docile

DAHATA a leather bag affixed inside a quiver to hold arrowheads

DAHIBUMBI caus. of dahimbi

DAHIMBI to repeat, to do again

DAHIME again, same as dahin, dahūme

DAHIN again

DAHIN DAHIN repeatedly, again and again

DAHŪ a fur coat worn with the fur outside

DAHŪBUMBI caus. of dahūmbi

DAHŪLAMBI to wear a dahū

DAHŪMBI 1. to repeat, to do again 2. to repair a torn mat

DAHŪME again

DAHŪN again, repeatedly

DAHŪN DABTAN I repeatedly

DAHŪN DAHŪN I repeatedly, time after time

DAI JOO clerk of the Court Chancery

DAI MEI tortoise shell

DAI ENG the hoopoe; cf. indahūn,. cecike

DAI TUNG DOOHAN I TUWAME KADALARA HAFAN I YAMUN the office of the grain transport inspector at Ta-t'ung bridge

DAIBIHAN 1. frame, casement 2. border or edging on quivers and bags

DAICILAMBI to run at an angle, to run askew

DAIC1NG the Manchu dynasty

DAIDAN DOHOLON a type of sour-tasting wild vegetable with willowlike leaves

DAIFAHA a fence made of reeds and willow branches

DAIFAN a high official in ancient times

DAIFASA plural of daifan

DAIFU medical doctor

DAIFU I DORO medicine (the study)

DAIFULAMBI see daifurambi

DAIFURABUMBI caus. of daifurambi

DAIFURAMBI to treat, to practice medicine

DAIFURARA BITHE a medicine book

DAIFUSA plural of daifu

DAIHAN a fish weir

DAILABUMBI caus./pass. of dailambi

DAILAMBI 1. to make war against, to undertake a punitive expedition against 2. to be mad, to be possessed

DAILAHA INDAHŪN a mad dog

DAILAN a military campaign, a punitive expedition

DAILANABUMBI caus. of dailanambi

DAILANAMBI to go to make war against, to go to make a punitive expedition against

DAILANDUMBI/DAILANUMBI to make war against one another

DAILANJIMBI to come on a punitive expedition against

DAIN 1. troops, army 2. war, battle

DAIN COOHA troops, army

DAIN I HAHA a warrior, soldier

DAIPUN a mythical great bird, the roc

DAISELABUMBI caus. of daiselambi

DAISELAMBI to substitute for someone, to take over a post temporarily

DAIЉAMBI to act like a madman, to rave, to rage

DAKDA DAKDA in great leaps

DAKDA DIKDI the same as dakda dakda

DAKDAHŪN 1. curled upward, suspended upward 2. too short (of clothes that have curled upward)

DAKDARI suddenly, unexpectedly, first

DAKDARЉAMBI 1. to jump (up on) 2. to act in an aggressive manner

DAKSA a misdeed

DAKSIN see daksa

DAKŪ see uhe dakū

DAKŪLA the skin on the belly of a fish or animal

DALABUMBI caus. of dalambi

DALACI foreman, leader

DALAMBI 1. to be leader, to be at the head to measure in cubits

DALAN 1. withers 2. dam, dike

DALANGGA dam, dike, pertaining to a dam or dike

DALBA side

DALBAI BOO side wings of a house

DALBAI MOO running hoards on the outside of the railing of a ship

DALBAKI on the side, located at the side(s)

DALBARAME along the side

DALBASHŪN on the side, lying on its side

DALBASHŪN DEDUMBI to lie on the side

DALBU dart, pin, peg

DALDA secluded, hidden spot

DALDABUMBI caus. of daldambi

DALDAHAN 1. a leather cover for a football (mumuhu) 2. a flat piece of bone used as a falcon's perch

DALDAKU 1. a screen, a veil 2. a curtain hung over the entrance of houses when the emperor passed

DALDAMBI to hide from view, to screen, to cover

DALDANGGA a protective wall erected in back of a door

DALDASHŪN covered, hidden

DALGAN piece, lump, fragment

DALGAN BOIHON clod of earth

DALGAN DALGAN I piece by piece, in pieces

DALGANAMBI to form a lump, to form pieces

DALGIYAN WEHE red ocher

DALHAN see dalgan

DALHI repetitious, annoying, tedious

DALHIDAMBI to be repetitious, to be tedious

DALHIHANAMBI to become crumbly, to harden (of fat)

DALHŪDAMBI to prattle on and on

DALHUKAN rather sticky, bothersome, annoying

DALHUN 1. sticky 2. annoying, bothersome, too talkative

DALHUN CIFENGGU sputum

DALHŪWAN a sticky pole used for catching birds

DALIBUMBI 1. caus. of dalimbi 2. to cover over

DALIBUN 1. shelter, refuge 2. obstacle

DALIKŪ screen, covering, a protective screen by a doorway, a protective covering, a shelter

DALIKŪ UCE a storm door

DALIMBI 1. to block off, to obstruct, to screen off, to seal, to cover up, to conceal, to protect 2. to force an animal hack into a battue 3. to drive (a wagon)

DALIN shore, riverbank, limit

DALIN AKŪ limitless

DALIRAME along the shore, along a riverbank

DALITUNGGA MAHATŪN a hat worn by military officials in ancient times

DALIYAN 1. a kind of folding pouch worn over the girdle, a satchel 2. a wrestler's garment woven from coarse heavy fiber

DALJAKŪ unconnected with, unrelated

DALJI relation, bearing, connection

DALJI AKŪ unconnected, unrelated; cf. daljakū

DALJINGGA related to, concerned with

DALUKAN bothersome, annoying

DALUMBI to adhere tightly--as hark to a tree or hair to the skin of a scalded slaughtered animal

DAMBAGU tobacco

DAMBAGU GOCIKŪ a pipe (for smoking)

DAMBAGU GOCIMBI to smoke (tobacco)

DAMBAGU OMIMBI same as dambagu gocimbi

DAMBAGU TEBUMBI to put tobacco (in a pipe)

DAMBI 1. to burn (v.i.) 2. to blow (of the wind), to rain, to snow 3. to take care of, to care about 4. to mind someone else's business, to interfere S. to operate, to work (v.i.) 6. to help

DAMBUMBI 1. caus. of dambi 2. to add, to apply (medicine)

DAMDAN a trillion

DAMIN eagle, vulture

DAMJALABUMBI caus. of damjalambi

DAMJALAMBI 1. to carry on a pole 2. to pierce through with an arrow

DAMJAN a carrying pole, a carrying-pole load

DAMJAN SEBSEHE an insect resembling a grasshopper with a fat body and long wings

DAMJAN SELE a window or door latch

DAMJATALA clear through, clean through (of an arrow)

DAMNAMBI to sift, to strain

DAMTULABUMBI caus. of damtulambi

DAMTULAMBI to pawn

DAMTULARA PUSELI pawnshop

DAMTULARA PUSELI I CIFUN pawnbroker's tax

DAMTUN an article for pawning, a hostage

DAMTUN WERIMBI to leave behind as a hostage

DAMU only, but

DAN a snare for wild fowl, wolves, and foxes

DAN DABURAKŪ without noticing someone,

to pay no attention (to other people)

DAN BI AMBA KUMUN musical compositions played while foreign dignitaries and emissaries ascended the steps to the throne room

DAN MU sandalwood; see cakūran

DANAHŪN CECIKE one name for the hoopoe; cf. indahūn. cecike

DANAMBI to go to take care of, to go to aid

DANARA HAFAN First Captain BH 752C

DANCALANBI for a bride to visit her parents' home for the first time after marriage

DANCAN the wife's family

DANCAN I BOO the wife's family

DANCARAMBI see dancalambi

DANG only, just

DANG SEME only

DANGDAKA stretched out, with legs extended

DANGDALI a dragnet used for catching fish

DANGDALILANBI to use a dangdali in fishing

DANGGA elder, belonging to the older generation

DANGGASA plural of dangga

DANGGI at least, a little bit

DANGGIRI a small brass gong hung from a crook--used by Buddhist monks

DANGKAN a hereditary house slave

DANGNABUMBI caus. of dangnambi

DANGNAHAN the soles of shoes and boots

DANGNAMBI 1. to substitute, to replace 2. to oppose, to pit against

DANGNACI OJORAKŪ irreplaceable

DANGNIYABUMBI caus. of dangniyambi

DANGNIYAMBI to kick a football (mumuhu)

DANGPULI a pawnshop

DANGSAHA an open-topped birchbark basket

DANGSE records, document, register, archive, the census register

DANGSE ASARARA KUNGGERI archives office of the Board of Works

DANGЉE BAITAI BOO office of documentary affairs

DANGЉE BARGIYARA HAFAN Sub-Archivist, BH 412A, 413A

DANGSE BARGIYARA TINGGIN archives office, records office

DANGSE CI HŪWAKIYAMBI to expunge from the banner roll

DANGЉE EFULERE BA section for the disposal of records

DANGSE EJERE HAFAN Archivist, BH 412A, 413A

DANGSE EJERE TINGGIN Record Office, BH 202 etc.

DANGSE FAKSALAMBI to remove from the family register, to expunge from the census register

DANGSE JAFAЉAKŪ Registrar, BH 220, etc.

DANGSE JAFAЉARA HAFAN Registrar, BH 220, etc.

DANGSE JAFAЉARA KUNGGERI registry section of the Office of the Gendarmerie

DANGЉE JAFAЉARA TINGGIN registry office

DANGЉIBUNBI caus. of dangsimbi

DANGSIMBI to reprove, to censure

DANGAN blade of grass, chaff, thread ends

DANIYALABUMBI caus. of daniyalambi

DANIYALABUHA WAI I BA a curve or recess offering protection

DANIYALAMBI to seek cover from, to go to for protection

DANIYAMBI see daniyalambi

DANIYAN cover, refuge, safe place, protection

DANJIMBI to come to take care of, to come to aid

DANOSG'A ILHA Achyranthes aspera

DANUMBI to care for one another, to aid one another

DAR SEME shivering

DAR SEME ЉURGEMBI to shake from cold or fright

DARA waist, lower back

DARA COOHA reserves (troops), relief troops

DARA GOLOMBI to have an ache in the lower back

DARABUBŪMBI caus. of darabumbi

DARABUMBI to invite to drink, to offer a toast, to serve (wine)

DARAMA waist, midsection

DARAMBI (-ka) 1. to draw taut (a bow) 2. to train (falcons, dogs, etc.), to tame 3. to tease, to taunt

DARAMBUMBI to train (falcons, dogs, etc.)

DARANAMBI to go to draw a bow

DARANG SEME long and straight, outstretched

DARANG SEME DEDUMBI to lie stretched out full length

DARANUMBI to invite one another to drink, to toast one another

DARASU an undistilled Mongolian liquor

DARAЉAMBI to stretch a bow fully taut

DARBAHŪN lying straight on the back

DARBALJI sparrow hawk (Accipiter nisus)

DARDAHA ephemerid

DARDAN satin with golden threads interwoven

DARDAN SEME trembling

DARDAN SEME ЉURGEMBI to shiver from cold

DARGALABŪMBI caus./pass. of dargalambi

DARGALAMBI to grant privileges

DARGALAHA AMBAN a dignitary who has retired with full pay

DARGIMBI to shake, to tremble

DARGIYA jugular veins

DARGIYAMBI to hold up the fists, to brandish (a sword or staff)

DARGŪWAN a wooden hoe

DARGŪWAN YANGSAMBI to hoe with a wooden hoe

DARHA CECIKE North China wren (Troglodytes troglodytes)

DARHŪWA reed

DARHUWA CECIKE see dcrha cecike

DARHŪWAN I. pole, staff 2. plowing stick 3. the beam of a balance 4. the same as dargūwan

DARI (postposition) each, every

DARIBUMBI caus. of darambi

DARIMBI (-ka/ha) 1. to scrape against, to rub a sore (of horses) to pass through, to drop by, to perform an errand or other action on one's way somewhere else or while doing something else 3. to make fun of, to mock 4. to roar (of thunder)

DARIMBUMBI to develop a sore by rubbing; cf. darubumbi

DARIN a sore caused by rubbing, a saddle sore

DARINAMBI to drop in on, to pay a casual visit

DARKA CECIKE snipe; cf. karka cecike

DARMALAME along the back

DARTAI 1. suddenly 2. temporarily

DARTAI ANDANDE suddenly, in a moment

DARTAI DE suddenly

DARUBUMBI I. caus. of darumbi 2. to he obligated 3. to develop friction sores 4. to be prone to frequent illnesses

DARUDAI one name for the phoenix

DARUGAN see darhūwan

DARUHAI often, continually, regularly

DARUHAI HUSUN a person engaged for long-term labor

DARUOBI I. to buy on credit 2. to last, to endure 3. to recognize mistakenly

DARŪHA URUN a daughter-in-law taken into the home as a child

DARUN I. a watering spot 2. a landing spot for canoes

DASA plural of da.

DASABUMBI caus. of dasambi

DASAKŪ corrector, something used to repair another thing

DASAMBI 1. to rule 2. to correct 3. to cure 4. to repair

DASAHA JŪGŪN a road prepared for the emperor

DASAME again

DASAN rule, government, control

DAЉAN BE HAFUMBURE YAMUN Transmission Office, BH 928

DASAN BE SELGIYERE HAFAN Lieutenant-Governor 6r Financial Commissioner, BH 825, etc.

DASANGGA keeping order, having talent for government

DASARGAN a prescription, a formula

DASARHAN see dasargan

DASARTUNGGA pertaining to a reformer

DASATAMBI to put in order, to arrange

DASHŪWAN a bow case

DASHŪWAN DUBE the fifth jalan

DASHŪWAN GALA the left wing of the eight banners

DASHŪWAN I MUHEREN a ring on a bow case

DASHŪWAN MEIREN the fourth jalan

DASHŪWATU adjutant of the left battalion

DASIBUMBI caus./pass. of dasimbi

DASIHI dust, dirt

DASIHIKŪ GASHA a bird of prey

DASIHIOBI I. to swoop down and seize (of birds of prey) 2. to immolate

DASIHIRE HAFAN Major, BH 752B

DASIHIYABUMBI caus. of dasihiyambi

DASIHIYAKŪ a feather duster

DASIHIYAMBI to dust with a feather duster

DASIKŪ a cover, a top

DASIMBI to cover, to shut

DASIN handle, grip

DASITAMBI to conceal, to gloss over

DASU children

DASU MAKTAMBI to use felled trees as a defense against enemy arrows

DASUKŪ fish hark, osprey; cf. suksuhu

DASUMBI to lead a dissolute life

DAЉOSE boy, lad, servant boy

DAЉURAMBI to harm, to damage

DAURAN damage, harm.

DATA plural of da

DATSAI FAKSI one who decorated houses on festivals

DATSAILAMBI to decorate houses during a festival

DAYABUMBI I. caus./pass. of dayambi 2. to execute

DAYACAMBI to depend on together

DAYAMBI to be dependent on, to rely on (someone else's power or influence),

to attach oneself to someone for gain

DAYANAMBI tc go to depend on

DAYANCAMBI to shake the head (of horses)

DAYANDUMBI/DAYANUMBI to depend on one another

DAYANJIMBI to come to rely on

DE the dative-locative particle

DEB SEME everywhere

DEBDEREMBI to beat, to flap (wings)

DEBDEREMBI to beat the wings vigorously

DEBE DARA swarming (of insects)

DEBEMBI (-ke) to overflow, to run over

DEBERE BE GIDARA JAHŪDAI a boat used at flood time

DEBEN overflowing, flooding

DEBEREN the young of animals

DEBEREN GŪLIN CECIKE a small Chinese oriole; cf. gūlin cecike

DEBEYE ORHO moss, lichen

DEBKEBUMBI caus. of debkembi

DEBKEJEMBI to come loose, to come unraveled; cf. subhejembi

DEBKELEBUMBI caus. of debkelembi

DEBKELEMBI to untwist, to unravel

DEBKEMBI to bring up again, to take up again

DEBSE I. a cake nade of fruit 2. a ceremonial arrow used by shamans

DEBSEHUN drooping (eyelids), sleepy-looking

DEBSEREMBI to droop (of the eyelids)

DEBSIBŪKŪ cloth of a flag or banner; cf. wadan

DEBSIKŪ fan (made of feathers)

DEBSILEMBI to tower above, to go before

DEBSIMBI to fan, to flap, to flutter

DEBSIRE GARUNGGŪ KIRU a banner depicting a soaring phoenix

DEBSIN fanning, flapping

DEBSITEMBI to fan continually, to flutter continually

DEBЉEMBI see debsimbi

DEBTELEBUMBI caus. of debtelembi

DEBTELEMBI to untangle, to unravel

DEBTELIN a volume (of an old-style book), a book, a notebook

DEBTELIN I BURGIYEN cover of a book

DEBUMBI caus. of dembi

DEDE DADA restless

DEDENGGI frivolous, loose in behavior (of women)

DEDUBUMBI 1. caus. of dedumbi 2. to let lie, to put to rest 3. to put to bed 4. to rise (of dough), to leaven

DEDUCEMBI to lie down together, to sleep together

DEDŪMBI I. to lie down, to lie 2. to spend the night (with) 3. (v.t.) to bed, to take to bed (a woman)

DEDURE BIYA month of confinement after parturition

DEDURE BOO bedroom

DEDUN 1. an overnight stopping place, a post station 2. one day of a journey

DEDUNEBUMBI caus. of dedunembi

DEDUNEMBI to go to spend the night

DEDUNGGE HENGKETU an insignia of a reclining melon on wood (used by the imperial guard)

DEFE I. a measure for cloth, a bolt (of cloth) 2. border, hem

DEFELINGGU bolt (of cloth)

DEFELIYEMBI (-ke) to lie in strips

DEFERE an edible fernlike wild plant (Dryopteris crassirhizoma)

DEFU bean curd; cf. turi miyehu

DEHE fishhook

DEHEBUMBI caus. of dehembi

DEHELE a short sleeveless jacket, a fur riding jacket

DEHELEMBI to hook, to catch with a hook

DEHELEN a short sleeveless jacket

DEHELI SONJOSI third in the court examination

DEHEMA husband of mother's sister-uncle

DEHEMATA plural of dehema

DEHEMBI I. to refine, to smelt, to temper 2. to cure (tobacco)

DEHEHE AISIN refined gold

DEHEME mother's younger sister--aunt

DEHEMETE plural of deheme

DEHEN refining, smelting, curing

DEHENGGE ЉURUKŪ a boat hook

DEHEREMBI to stir up, to rouse

DEHI forty

DEHICI fortieth

DEHIMBI see dehembi

DEHITE forty each

DEHUREMBI to search everywhere

DEIDE black buckwheat flour, whole buckwheat flour

DEIJIBUMBI caus./pass. of deijimbi

DEIJIKŪ firewood

DEIJIKŪ BE KEMNERE KŪWARAN storage place for fuel in the Board of Works

DEIJIMBI to burn

DEIJIN burning

DEIJIN I HIJA a vessel used for burning offerings (e.g., paper money)

DEIJIN I UKDUN a kiln for tile and bricks

DEISŪN waistband (of skirts and trousers)

DEJI 1. choicest (part), the cream, the best part 2. the first portion offered as a sacrifice to the

deities or to the guest of honor

DEJI BUMBI to offer the choicest part to one's elders or superiors

DEJI JAFAMBI to take the best or choice part

DEK SEME rising, beginning

DEKDE DAKDA up and down, uneven

DEKDEBUMBI I. caus. of dekdembi 2. to reappear, to rise again

DEKDEHUN I. somewhat high, rather high 2. upward

DEKDEKŪ float on a fishing pole, float for an oil lamp

DEKDEKŪ DOOHAN a pontoon bridge, a floating bridge

DEKDELEMBI to get up, to spring up

DEKDELJEMBI to start (from fright while sleeping)

DEKDEMBI to float, to rise

DEKDEN floating, rising

DEKDEN I GISUN I. everyday saying 2. baseless talk, gossip

DEKDEN I HENDUHENGGE as the saying goes . . .

DEKDENGGE exalted

DEKDENGGI the fat that floats to the surface of water in which meat is boiled

DEKDENI GISUN see dekden i gisun

DEKDERHŪN one name for the seagull; cf. kilahūn

DEKDERILEMBI to rise high

DEKDERЉEMBI to be deluded, to be carried away over something, to be crazy

DEKE see deken

DEKEN I. rather high 2. a mu--approximately one sixth of an acre 3. a rise, a high place

DEKIMBI see deijimbi

DEKJIMBI (-ke) I. to develop, to improve, to prosper 2. to burn

DEKJIRE JALUNGGA NAMUN depository for the salt and post administration

DEKJIN developing, prospering

DEKJIN TŪWA prairie fire, forest fire

DEKSITEMBI to be uneasy

DELBIN brim of a hat

DELE 1. top, on top 2. the emperor

DELE HARGAЉAMBI to have an audience with the emperor

DELEJEN a courtyard without walls or moats

DELEKEN rather high or superior, somewhat over

DELEMBI to catch in a noose

DELEN udder, teat

DELEREMBI to come apart at the joints (of wooden objects)

DELERI I. top, surface 2. superficial, careless 3. uppermost

DELESI superficial

DELFERI rash, hasty, careless

DELFIN see delfiyen

DELFIYEN too wide, loose, baggy (of clothes and hats)

DELGE see delhe

DELHE one hundred ch'ing

DELHEBUMBI I. caus. of delhembi 2. to cut up (a slaughtered animal)

DELHEMBI to divide, to separate

DELHEN I. the same as delhe 2. dividing, separation

DELHENTUMBI to make one's last will and testament

DELHENTUHE GISUN will, testament

DELHETU NIRU the same as booi niru

DELI WEHE a large stone, a boulder in a stream

DELIHUN spleen

DELIHŪN MADAMBI to swell (the belly of a horse)

DELIЉEMBI to overflow, to be overabundant

DELIYEHUN see delihun

DELIYEMBI to burn

DELMECEMBI to warn

DELULEMBI to grab the mane of a horse

DELULEME FIYELEMBI to trick ride while grabbing the mane

DELUN mane

DELUN GIDAME FIYELEMBI to trick ride while pressing down on the horse's mane

DEMBEI greatly, in high degree, exceedingly

DEMBI I. to calculate, to reckon 2. to take one's turn at duty

DEMESI braggart, boaster

DEMESIKŪ boasting

DEMESILEMBI to swagger, to act boastfully

DEMNIYEBUMBI caus. of demniyembi

DEMNIYECEMBI to shake, to rock (of a sedan chair)

DEMNIYELEMBI to stretch one's self

DEMNIYEMBI to estimate the weight of an object by weighing it in the hand

DEMSI see demesi

DEMTU the Big Dipper

DEMTU TOKDONGGO KIRU a banner depicting the Big Dipper

DEMULEMBI to be strange, to act strangely

DEMUN 1. odd, peculiar, heretical 2. trick

DEMUNGGE I. strange, peculiar, heretical 2. monster, odd creature

DEMŪNGGE FEKSIN trick riding

DEN I. high, tall 2. loud

DEN BOJIRI ILHA sunflower

DEN JILGAN I in a loud voice

DEN I ICI upward

DEN TU direction pennant

DENDEBUMBI caus. of dendembi

DENDECEMBI to divide with one another, to share with one another

DENDEMBI to divide, to share

DENDEME KADALARA YAMUN a suboffice of some larger unit

DENDEME TACIBURE HAFAN Sub-Registrar, BH 4I2A

DENDEN DANDAN step by step

DENDENUMBI to share together

DENG lamp, lantern

DENG LUNG lantern

DENG TSOO wick

DENG DENG SEME gagging, choking

DENG SEME stuck (for a word), exhausted, at wit's end

DENG SEME ILIMBI to stop from exhaustion (of horses)

DENG SEME OHO stuck for words, at wit's end

DENGGE glorious

DENGGEBUMBI caus. of denggembi

DENGGELJEMBI to shake, to reel

DENGGEMBI to throw far, to fling, to send flying, to throw (in wrestling)

DENGJAN lamp, light
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