Likpakpaanl – English
dik dikfor ever/always, (follows 'cha' to go)Waan kani mpopiin ki cha dik dik.He will not be happy for ever. dindaanpl.dindatiibhis/her owner, master (inalienably poss.)Tidindaan Our Lord (the one who owns us) diniby the time thatDini aa ti fuu na....By the time you arrive.... (something will have happened) do1place, house, home, settlement, hereuja ubaa do a certain man's housedo yaabpeople from the same placendo yaabmy people do2dial. var.doo2hereM bi do ke m chann nimi tichann la.I am here to serve you. donninf. var.dur11melt, melt something, become lean, waste awayLe uwon donn ti doo.His body wastes away to nothing.2grow lean, become thin as a result of sickness doo1cfndoon1der. ofdoo1finish, be finishedU yaa ji bisaa doo kan u ga buen.He will go when he has finished eating.ndoon1der.sg.ndoon2cfdoo1the end doon2cfnsuudoonsuilie down Bi doonthey lay downintransitive dɔcfnkateendɔ1lying down2lying down dɔlfollow around - This is not a complimentary expression; you may ask someone to do it, but should not comment about it, if someone does it duinf. var.dungroan (as in pain or distress)Binib yaa ji falaa kan, bi du la. When people are opressed they groan. dukdial. var.dokduŋcfduŋdial. var. ofdukstand in the light, blocking it out, hide from view...ntaalangbam duk u......clouds hide him (God) from view... duln1give a praise name, nickname, to2This is done at birth, but the name is usually only called in dancing after a person has done something great, clever or funny.