Patriot woordeboek: Afrikaans-Engels


auteur: S.J. du Toit


bron: S.J. du Toit, Patriot woordeboek: Afrikaans-Engels (ed. H.J.J.M. van der Merwe). J.L. van Schaik, Pretoria 1968  


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[D]

D, sn. letter D, same pronunciation as English
Daad, (pl. dade), sn. deed
Daags, bw. during the day
Daai, uw. thank you (nursery term)
Daal, w. to descend
Daar, bw. there
Daar, fw. since, because
Daaragter, bw. behind that
Daaran, bw. to it, at it
Daarbenefens, bw. besides
Daarby, bw. besides, with that
Daardeur, bw. through that
Daar-di, fnw. that (compare, hiirdi, this)
Daarenteen, bw. on the other hand
Daarfoor, bw. therefore
Daarheen, bw. thither, thence
Daarmé, bw. with that
Daarna, bw. after that
Daaro'er, bw. over that, about that
Daarom, bw. therefore, notwithstanding
Daaromtrent, bw. thereabouts, about that
Daarsonder, bw. without it
Dadelboom, sn. date-tree
Dadelik, bn. at once
Dadels, sn. dates
Dag, sn. day
Dagblad, sn. newspaper, daily paper
Dagboek, sn. journal, diary
Dageliks, bw. every-day, daily
Dageraad, sn. dawn, day-break
Dagfaar, w. to summon
Dagga, sn. hemp
Daglig, sn. day-light
Dagrys, sn. day's journey
Dagskoliir, sn. day-scholar
Dagskool, sn. day-school
Dagster, sn. morning-star
Dak, sn. roof
Dakdekker, sn. thatcher, tiler
Dakhuis, sn. thatched-roof house
Dal, sn. valley, dale
Daling, sn. decline, fall
Dalkiis, bw. just now, perhaps
Dam, w. to dam, flock, gather
Dam, sn. dam, dike
Dam, sn. king at draughts
Damas, sn. damask
Dambord, sn. draughts
Dame, sn. lady
Damp, sn. vapour, steam, fume
Damp, w. to evaporate
Dampkring, sn. atmosphere
Dam-speul, w. play at draughts
Dan, fw. then, but
Dan-en-wan, D. bw. now and then
Danig, bw. much, too much
Dank, w. to thank
Dankbaar, bn. thankful, grateful
Dankbaarhyd, sn. gratitude
Dankbetuiging, sn. thanks-giving
Dank-dag, sn. day of thanksgiving
Dankgebed, sn. grace, thanksgiving
Danki, sn. thanks, reward
Danki, uw. thank you!
Dankoffer, sn. thanks offering
Danksegging, sn. thanksgiving
Dans, w. to dance
Dans, sn. dance, ball
Danser, sn. dancer
Dans-musiik, sn. dance-music
Dansparty, sn. ball, dancing party
Danssaal, sn. dancing-room
Dapper, bn. brave, courageous
Dapperhyd, sn. courage, valour
Dartel, bn. sportive, playful
Dartel, w. to sport, to play
Dartelhyd, sn. sportiveness
Das, sn. tie, neck-tie, badger
Dassi, sn. badger, small neck-tie
Dassipis, sn. badger urine, used as medicine
Dat, fw. that
Datum, sn. date
Dawer, w. to peal, shake
Dawering, sn. shaking, pealing
, uw. there you are!
Debat, sn. debate, discussion
Debiteur, sn. debtor
Dedelik, bn. en bw. thorough, solid, real
Deeg, sn. dough, paste
Deegagtig, bn. doughy
Deel, sn. part, portion, share
Deel, sn. deal, board, plank
Deel, w. to divide, share
Deelbaar, bn. divisible
Deelbaarhyd, sn. divisibility
Deelgenoot, sn. partner
Deelgenootskap, sn. partnership
Deelhebber, sn. co-partner
Deelneem, w. to share
Deelnemend, bn. compassionate
Deelnemer, sn. share-holder, partner
Deelneming, sn. interest
Deels, bw. partly
Deeltal, sn. dividend
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Deelwoord, sn. participle
Deftig, bn. grand, stately
Deftighyd, sn. grandness, stateliness
Degelik, bn. proper, worthy, honest
Degelikhyd, sn. worth, solidness
Degene, fw. he, she
Dek, w. to cover, thatch
Deken, sn. blanket, quilt
Dekker, sn. coverer, thatcher
Dekking, sn. covering, cloak
Deklarasi, sn. declaration
Dekmantel, sn. pretext, pretence
Dek-naald, sn. thatch-needle
Deksel, sn. cover, lid
Dekspan, sn. thatch-spade
Dekstrooi, sn. thatching straw
Déler, sn. divider, divisor
Delg, w. to eradicate, to pay
Delging, sn. eradication, payment
Déling, sn. division, partition
Demmetjiis, sn. E. damages
Demp, w. to extinguish, smother
Demper, sn. one who deadens
Demping, sn. filling up
Den, sn. fir
Dendi, sn. a snop
Dendiis, bn. snobbish
Denk, w. to think, to reflect
Denkbaar, bn. conceivable
Denkbeeld, sn. idea, notion
Denkbeeldig, bn. imaginary
Denkelik, bn. likely
Denkend, bn. thinking
Denkfermoge, sn. imaginative faculty
Denkkrag, sn. intellectual, powers
Denkwyse, sn. mode of thinking
Denne-boom, sn. fir tree
Deponeer, w. to deposit
Deputasie, sn. deputation
Derde, bn. third
Derde-mannetjii, sn. a game
Dergelik, bn. such, like, similar
Derhalwe, fw. therefore, consequently
Derm, sn. gut, intestine
Dertig, tw. thirty
Dertigste, bn. thirtieth
Dertigtal, sn. thirty in number
Dertiin, tw. thirteen
Dertiinde, bn. thirteenth
Derwaarts, bn. thirther (comp. herwaarts)
Des, sn. desk
Des, bw. so much, the more
Desember, sn. December
Destyds, bw. then, at that time
Deug, sn. virtue
Deugniit, sn. good-for-nothing
Deugsaam, bn. virtuous
Deugsaamhyd, sn. virtue
Deur, sn. door
Deur, fs. through
Deurbars, w. to burst through
Deurblaai, w. to turn over leaves
Deurblaas, w. to blow through
Deurboor, w. to bore through, to pierce, stab
Deurbreek, w. to break through
Deurbreking, sn. breaking through
Deurbreng, w. to get through, spend, waste
Deurbrenger, sn. spendthrift
Deurdag-te, bn. well-weighed, studied
Deurdenk, w. to consider maturely
Deurdraai, w. to get through, get clear of
Deurdrawe, w. to trot through
Deurdring, w. to pierce, penetrate
Deurdringbaar, bn. penetrable
Deurdringbaarhyd, penetrability
Deurdringend, bn. penetrating, piercing
Deurdruk, w. to press through
Deurfleg, w. to intertwine
Deurfoer, sn. transit
Deurgaan, w. to go through
Deurgaand, bn. continual
Deurgaans, bw. commonly, usually
Deurgang, sn. passage
Deurgé, w. to give through
Deurgesteek-te, bn. concerted, contrived
Deurgiit, w. to filter
Deurgrawe, w. to dig through
Deurgrawing, sn. piercing
Deurgronde, w. to search into, penetrate
Deurgronding, sn. penetrating
Deurhaal, w. to pull through
Deurheen, bw. through and through
Deurhelp, w. to help through
Deurhol, w. to hurry through
Deurjaag, w. to drive through
Deurkliif, w. to split, cleave
Deurklowe, w. to cleave through
Deurknaag, w. to gnaw through
Deurkné, w. to knead thoroughly
Deurkneed, bn. versed, conversant
Deurkom, w. to get through
Deurkook, w. to boil thoroughly
Deurkruip, w. to creep through
Deurkruis, w. to traverse
Deurkyk, w. to look through
Deurlaat, w. to let pass
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Deurlê, w. to get bed-sore
Deurlees, w. to read through
Deurlek, w. to leak through
Deurloop, w. to walk through
Deurloop, sn. a passage
Deurlopend, bn. current, continuous
Deurlugtig, bn. airy, illustrious
Deurlugtighyd, sn. eminency, highness
Deurly, w. to lead through
Deurmakaar, bn. en bw. confused, entangled
Deurmars, w. to march through
Deurmeng, w. to mix, mingle
Deurnagel, w. to pierce with nails
Deurnat, bn. wet through
Deurneem, w. to take through
Deurpen, w. to pin through
Deurpers, w. to press through
Deurpraat, w. to talk on, prate on
Deurpriim, w. to pierce
Deurraak, w. to get through
Deurreen, w. to rain on
Deurroei, w. to row through
Deurroer, w. to stir well
Deurrol, w. to roll through
Deurrook, w. to smoke through
Deurruk, w. to pull through
Deurry, w. to travel through
Deurryp, bn. thoroughly ripe
Deursaag, w. to saw through
Deursif, w. to sift
Deursig, sn. intelligence
Deursigtig, bn. transparent
Deurskawe, w. to rub open
Deurskemer, w. to appear
Deurskeur, w. to rend, tear
Deurskiit, w. to shoot through
Deurskrap, w. to scratch out
Deurskrywe, w. to write on
Deurskud, w. to shuffle, stir
Deurskyn, w. to shine through
Deurskynend, bn. transparent
Deurslaan, w. to beat through
Deurslaand, bn. palpable, evident, striking
Deurslaap, w. to sleep through
Deurslag, sn. colander, puncheon, quickmire
Deurslagtig, bn. muddy
Deursleep, w. to trail through
Deursluip, w. to sneak through
Deursluk, w. to swallow down
Deurslyt, w. to wear away
Deursnuffel, w. to pry into, search
Deursny, w. to cut through
Deursny, sn. diameter
Deursoek, w. to search
Deurspek, w. to lard, interlard
Deurspek, bn. interlarded
Deurspeul, w. to play through
Deursplyt, w. to split
Deurspoel, w. to wash, rinse through
Deurspoeling, sn. washing
Deurspreek, w. to speak on
Deurspring, w. to leap through
Deurstap, w. to walk through
Deursteek, w. to pierce, put through
Deurstoot, w. to push through
Deurstraal, w. to pierce through
Deurstroom, w. to stream through
Deursyl, w. to sail through
Deurtas, w. to push on
Deurtastend, bn. energetic, determined
Deurtog, sn. passage, draught
Deurtrap, bn. sly, drafty
Deurtrek, w. to draw through, soak through
Deurtrek, bn. soaked, impregnated
Deurtrekker, sn. Kaffir covering of privy parts
Deurwaak, w. to be awake all night
Deurwagter, sn. door-keeper
Deurwandel, w. to walk through
Deurwasse, bn. soaked, streaky
Deurweek, w. to soak
Deurwerk, bn. soaked
Deurwerk, w. to work through
Deurworstel, w. to struggle through
Di, lw. the
Di, fnw. this (compare hiir-di)
Diaken, sn. deacon
Diakenskap, sn. deaconship
Diamant, sn. diamond
Diamantmyn, sn. diamond-mine
Diamantslyper, sn. diamond-cutter
Dig, bn. dense, compact, close, thick
Dig, w. to make verses, to versify
Digfuur, sn. poetical rapture
Dighyd, sn. density, closeness
Digkunde, sn. art of poetry
Digkundig, bn. poetic
Digmaat, sn. metre
Digstuk, sn. poem
Digter, sn. poet
Digteres, sn. poetess
Digterlik, bn. poetic, poetical
Diif, sn. robber, thief
Diifagtig, bn. thievish
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Diifagtighyd, sn. thievishness
Diifstal, sn. theft, robbery
Diin, w. to serve, wait upon
Diins, sn. service
Diinsbaar, bn. serviceable
Diinsbaarhyd, sn. bondage
Diinsbode, sn. servant
Diinsfaardig, bn. serviceable, ready to serve
Diinsfaardighyd, sn. officiousness
Diinshuis, sn. house of bondage
Diinskneg, sn. man-servant
Diinsloon, sn. wages, hire
Diinsmaag, (myd), sn. female servant
Diinstig, bn. serviceable
Diinstighyd, sn. usefulness
Diinswillig, bn. willing to serve
Diip, bn. en bw. deep, profound, low
Diipdenkend, bn. profound, penetrating
Diipdenkendhyd, sn. penetration
Diiphyd, sn. deepness
Diipsinnig, bn. profound, abstract
Diipsinnighyd, sn. abstruseness
Diipte, sn. depth
Diir, sn. animal, beast
Diirbaar, bn. dear, beloved
Diirbaarhyd, sn. dearness
Diirlik, bn. brutish, like an animal
Diirlikhyd, sn. brutal passion
Diirsoort, sn. species of animal
Dik, bn. thick, stout, swollen
Dikagtig, bn. rather, thick
Dikhyd, sn. thickness, corpulency
Dikkop, sn. jolthead
Diksak, sn. stout fellow
Diktaat, sn. dictation
Diktator, sn. dictator
Diktatorskap, sn. dictatorship
Dikteer, w. to dictate
Dikwils, bw. often
Dinaar, sn. servant
Diner, sn. policeman
Ding, sn. thing, matter
Dinges, fnw. for an uncertain person or thing
Dink, w. to think
Dinsdag, sn. Tuesday
Diplomaat, sn. diplomatist
Diplomatiik, bn. diplomatic
Direkenner, sn. zoologist
Direkennis, sn. zoology
Direksie, sn. direction, board of directors
Direkteur, sn. director, manager
Direryk, sn. animal kingdom
Direwereld, sn. animal world
Dis, (dit is), fnw. this is
Dis, sn. meal, table
Disgenoot, sn. guest
Diskresi, sn. discretion
Diskussi, sn. discussion
Dispens, sn. pantry
Disnis, bn. done for
Disputasi, sn. disputation, controversy
Disselboom, sn. pole of a carriage
Dissipel, sn. disciple
Distel, sn. thistle
Distelleer, w. to distil
Dit, fnw. this
Dito, do, bn. dito, do
Diwery, sn. theft
Diwidend, sn. dividend
Diwisi, sn. division
Dobbel, w. to gamble
Dobbelaar, sn. gambler
Dobbelary, sn. gambling
Dobbelsteen, sn. die, square, cube
Dobber, w. to float, waver
Dobbering, sn. fluctuation
Dode, sn. dead person
Dodelik, bn. deadly, mortal, fatal
Dodend, bn. deadly
Doder, sn. killer, murderer
Doderyk, sn. Hades
Doedoe, w. rock to sleep (nursery term)
Doedelsak, sn. bagpipe
Doek, sn. cloth, rag, linen
Doeki, sn. rag
Doel, sn. aim, motive, goal
Doelloos, bn. to no purpose
Doellooshyd, sn. uselessness
Doelmatig, bn. appropriate
Doelmatighyd, sn. propriety
Doelynde, sn. purpose, end
Doem, w. to condemn
Doem-doempi, sn. an insect
Doeming, sn. condemnation
Doen, w. to do, to perform
Doen, sn. doing, acting
Doener, sn. doer
Doenlik, bn. possible
Doenlikhyd, sn. possibility
Dof, dowwe, bn. dull, faint.
Doffig, bn. somewhat dull
Dofhyd, sn. dullness
Dog, fw. but, yet
Dogter, sn. daughter
Dogtertji, sn. little daughter
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Dok, sn. dock
Dokkiis, sn. penalty at marble game
Dokter, sn. doctor, physician
Dokter, w. to doctor
Doktersboek, sn. medical handbook
Dokterskap, sn. doctorship
Dol, bn. mad, furious
Dólend, bn. wandering
Dolhuis, sn. madhouse
Dolhyd, sn. madness
Doling, sn. error, wandering
Dolk, sn. dagger
Dôlland, sn. deeply dug ground
Dolleeg, bn. quite empty
Dollighyd, sn. madness
Dol-os, sn. Kaffir witch tools
Dolwe, w. particular way of deep digging
Dom, bn. stupid, dull, silly
Domhyd, sn. stupidity
Domineer, w. to rule, dominate
Domino, sn. dominoes
Domino-spel, sn. dominoes
Domkerk, sn. cathedral
Domkop, sn. blockhead
Domoor, sn. blockhead
Dompel, w. to plunge, dive
Dompeling, sn. immersion
Donder, sn. thunder
Donder, w. to thunder
Donderbui, sn. thunder shower
Donderdag, sn. Thursday
Donderlug, sn. stormy air
Donder-padda, sn. thunder-toad
Donderslag, sn. thunder-clap
Donderwolk, sn. thunder-cloud
Donker, bn. dark, cloudy, obscure
Donkeragtig, bn. darkish
Donkerhyd, sn. darkness
Dons, sn. down
Donsagtig, bn. downy
Donsha'el, sn. small shot
Donsig, bn. downy
Dood, sn. death
Dood, bn. dead, deceased
Doodarm, bn. very poor
Doodbenoud, bn. sufficated
Doodberig, sn. death notice
Doodboek, sn. bills of mortality
Doodbriif, sn. obituary letter
Doodfonnis, sn. sentence of death
Doodgebore, bn. still borne
Doodgoed, bn. very goodnatured
Doodkis, sn. coffin
Doodliid, sn. dirge
Doodloop, w. to outrun, to forget
Dood-ryp, bn. thoroughly ripe
Doods, bn. dead, lonely, livid
Doodsangs, sn. agony
Doodsbleek, bn. deadly pale
Doodsengel, sn. angel of death
Doodsgefaar, sn. peril of death
Doodshoofd, sn. scull
Doodshyd, sn. loneliness
Doodsiik, bn. sick to death
Doodskleed, sn. shroud
Doodskleur, sn. colour of death
Doodskuldig, bn. deserving death
Doodslaap, sn. sleep of death
Doodslag, sn. man slaughter
Doodslager, sn. murderer
Doodsnik, sn. last-gasp
Doodsteek, w. to stab,
Doodsteek, sn. death blow
Doodstil, bn. silent as death
Doodstraf, sn. punishment of death
Doodstryd, sn. pangs of death
Doodsweet, sn. death sweat
Doodswonde, sn. mortal wound
Doof, bn. deaf
Doofagtig, bn. deafish
Doofhyd, sn. deafness
Doofstom, bn. deaf and dumb
Dooi, sn. thaw
Dooierig, bn. dull
Dool, w. to wander
Doolhof, sn. maze, labyrinth
Doolweg, sn. wrong way
Doop, w. to baptize, christen
Doop, sn. baptism, christening
Doopbekken, sn. baptismal font
Doopfont, sn. font
Doopkleed, sn. baptismal robe
Doopseel, sn. certificate of baptism
Doopsgesind, sn. en bn. baptist
Door, sn. yolk
Doos, sn. box
Doossi, sn. small box
Dop, sn. shell, cover
Doper, sn. baptizer, baptist
Dophou, w. to watch
Dopper, sn. nickname of members of seceded reformed church
Doppiis, sn. caps
Dor, bn. barren, dry, withered
Dorhyd, sn. barrenness, dryness
Doring, sn. thorn
Doringboom, sn. thorn-tree
Doring-draad, sn. barbed wire
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Dorp, sn. village
Dorpeling, sn. villager
Dorpskool, sn. village school
Dors, w. to thrash, thirst
Dors, sn. thirst
Dors-floer, sn. thrashing-floor
Dorsmasiin, sn. thrashing-machine
Dorsskuur, sn. thrashing-barn
Dorstig, bn. thirsty, dry
Dorstighyd, sn. thirstiness
Dortel-appel, sn. a herb
Dosi, sn. small box
Dosis, sn. doze
Dosyn, sn. dozen
Dot, sn. head (vulgar expression)
Dou, w. to dew
Dou, sn. dew
Douagtig, bn. dewy, like dew
Doudruppel, sn. dew-drop
Douwurm, sn. ring-worm
Dowe, sn. deaf person
Dowighyd, sn. deafness
Dowwighyd, sn. sultry feeling
Dra, w. to carry, bear
Draad, sn. thread, wire
Draadwerk, sn. filigrane-work, whims
Draadyster, sn. wire-drawing iron
Draagbaar, bn. wearable, bearable
Draagbaarhyd, sn. portableness
Draaghout, sn. support of disselboom
Draaglikhyd, sn. tolerableness
Draagstoel, sn. sedan-chair
Draai, sn. turn, corner
Draaier, sn. turner, shifter
Draaiery, sn. shift, evasion
Draaiing, sn. turn, twist
Draaistroom, sn. whirlpool
Draaiwerk, sn. turner's ware, trifling away the time
Draak, sn. dragon
Drabok, sn. a weed-grass
Draderig, bn. thready, stringy
Draderighyd, sn. threadiness
Draf, sn. trot
Draf, w. to trot
Drag, sn. load
Drager, sn. carrier, bearer
Drang, sn. urgency, pressure
Drangrede, sn. forcible argument
Drank, sn. beverage, drink
Drankhuis, sn. public house
Drawer, sn. trotter
Drek, sn. dirt, excrement
Drel, sn. foolish, indecent woman
Drempel, sn. threshold, sill
Drenkeling, sn. drowning person
Drentel, w. to loiter, lounge
Drentelaar, sn. loiterer, lounger
Drentelagtig, bn. loitering
Drenteling, sn. loitering
Dres, E. w. to dress
Dres, E. sn. dress
Dresseer, w. to train, tame
Dreun, w. to shake, tremble
Dreuning, sn. shaking
Dri, tw. three
Dridubbel, bn. treble
Dri-eenhyd, sn. Trinity
Dri-enig, bn. triune
Dri-erly, bn. of three sorts
Drif, sn. passion, haste, ardour
Drifkop, sn. hot-head
Drifoet, sn. tri et, tripod
Drifoetig, bn three-legged
Drifoudig, bn. triple, triply
Driftig, bn. passionate, zealous
Driftighyd, sn. passionateness, hastiness
Drifuldighyd, sn. trinity
Drihoek, sn. triangle
Drihoekig, bn. triangular
Drihoogdig, bn. three-headed
Drijarig, bn. three years old
Drikantig, bn. three-edged
Driklank, sn. triph thong
Drikleur, sn. tricolour
Drikleurig, bn. tricoloured
Dril, w. to drill, shake
Driling, sn. three children
Drilkuns, sn. training
Drilsel, sn. drill, slap
Drimaal, bn. thrice
Drimaandeliks, bn. quarterly
Drimaster, sn. three master
Dring, w. to crowd, throng, push
Dringend, bn. urgent, pressing
Drink, w. to drink
Drinkbaar, bn. drinkable
Drinkbaarhyd, sn. drinkableness
Drinkbeker, sn. cup, goblet
Drinker, sn. drinker, drunkard
Drinkgeselskap, sn. company of drinkers
Drinkwater, sn. drinkable water
Dripuntig, bn. three pointed
Drisydig, bn. three sided
Drital, sn. number of three
Dritallig, bn. threefold
Dri-wiler, sn. tricycle
Droefenis, sn. sorrow, grief
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Droefgeestig, bn. melancholy
Droefgeestighyd, sn. melancholy
Droefhyd, sn. sorrow, sadness
Droewig, bn. sad, sorrowful, afflicted
Droging, sn. drying
Drogrede, sn. sophism
Drogredenaar, sn. sophist
Dromer, sn. dreamer
Dromerig, bn. dreamy, dull
Drommel, sn. deuce, devil
Dronk, bn. drunk
Dronkaard, sn. drunkard
Dronklap, sn. drunkard
Droog, w. to dry, wipe
Droog, bn. dry, arid
Droogfoets, bn. dry-shod
Drooghyd, sn. dryness
Droogte, sn. dryness, drought
Droom, w. to dream
Droom, sn. dream
Droombeeld, sn. vision
Droomgesig, sn. vision
Droster, sn. a run-away, bandit
Druppel, sn. drop
Druif, sn. grape
Druipstert, bn. en bw. sneaking-ly
Druiwe, sn. grapes
Druk, w. to print, press, squeeze, oppress
Druk, sn. print, printing
Druk, bn. busy, bustling
Drukfout, sn. printer's error
Drukkend, bn. oppressively, exceedingly heavy
Drukker, sn. printer
Drukkery, sn. printing office
Drukking, sn. pressure
Drukpers, sn. printing press
Drukproef, sn. printer's proof
Druksel, sn. stamp, image
Drukte, sn. full of business
Drukwerk, sn. press-work
Druppel, w. to drip, drop, trickle
Druppel, sn. drop
Druppeling, sn. trickling
Dryffeer, sn. motive, spring
Dryfkrag, sn. impulsive-force
Dryfsand, sn. drifting sand
Dryfwiil, sn. driving-wheel
Dryfys, sn. drift-ice
Dryfyster, sn. starting-bolt
Dryg, w. to threaten, to menace
Drygend, bn. threatening
Drygement, sn. threat, menace
Dryger, sn. threatener
Dryging, sn. threat, menace
Drywe, w. to drive, to float
Drywend, bn. floating
Drywer, sn. driver
Dubbel, bn. en bw. double
Dubbel, w. to double
Dubbelhartig, bn. double-faced, double-hearted
Dubbeling, sn. doubling
Dubbelsinnig, bn. ambiguous
Dubbelsinnighyd, sn. ambiguity
Dubbeltji, sn. penny
Dugtig, bn. sound, soundly
Duidelik, bn. plain, clear
Duidelikhyd, sn. plainness
Duif, pl. duiwe, sn. dove, pigeon
Duifhuis, sn. pigeon-house
Duik, w. to dive
Duiker, sn. diver, a wild buck, sea bird
Duiking, sn. diving
Duim, sn. thumb, inch
Duimstok, sn. rule
Duimyster, sn. hinge, manacles
Duin, sn. down, downs
Duinagtig, bn. sandy, covered with downs
Duingras, sn. sedge
Duinsand, sn. sand of downs
Duisel, w. to grow dizzy
Duiselagtig, bn. giddiness
Duiseling, sn. dizziness
Duisend, bn. en tw. thousand
Duisendfoud, bw. a thousand fold
Duisendjarig, bn. of a thousand years
Duisendmaal, bw. a thousand times
Duisendpoot, sn. millepeed
Duisendskoon, sn. sweet-williams
Duisendste, bn. thousandth
Duisendtal, sn. a thousand
Duister, bn. dark, gloomy, mysterious
Duisterhyd, sn. darkness
Duisternis, sn. darkness
Duit, sn. farthing
Duiwehok, sn. pigeon-house
Duiwel, sn. devil
Duiwelin, sn. she-devil
Duiwelsdrek, sn. asa foetida
Duiwelse, bn. develish
Duiwepost, sn. pigeon-post
Dulde, w. to bear, endure
Dulder, sn. one who tolerates
Dulding, sn. toleration
Dun, bn. en bw. thin, slender, scaty
Dunagtig, bn. rather thin
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Dunhyd, sn. thinness
Dunnetjies, bw. thinly
Dunnighyd, sn. thinness
Duplikaat, sn. duplicate
Durabel, bn. expensive, lasting
Durf, w. to dare
During, sn. duration
Dus, fw. therefore, accordingly
Dusfer, bw. thus far
Dut, w. to take a nap
Dut, sn. nap, sleep
Dutstoel, sn. easy chair
Dutter, sn. one who naps
Duur, w. to last, remain, keep
Duur, sn. duration, continuance
Duur, bn. expensive, dear
Duursaam, bn. durable, lasting
Duursaamhyd, sn. duration
Duurte, sn. duration, dearth
Duusman, sn. nickname given by coloured people to Europeans, from Dutchman
Duwweltji, sn. a penny
Duwweltji-doring, sn. a thorn
Dwaal, w. to wander, err
Dwaalgees, sn. wandering spirit
Dwaalgrond, sn. false ground
Dwaalleer, sn. false doctrine
Dwaalpad, sn. wrong way
Dwaalspoor, sn. erroneous way
Dwaalstêr, sn. planet
Dwalend, bn. wandering
Dwaler, sn. wanderer
Dwaling, sn. error, mistake
Dwaas, sn. fool
Dwaas, bn. foolish, silly
Dwaasheid, sn. folly
Dwang, sn. force, compulsion
Dwangarbyd, sn. hard labour
Dwangbefel, sn. warrant
Dwangdiins, sn. forced service
Dwarl, w. to whirl
Dwarling, sn. whirling
Dwarlwind, sn. whirlwind
Dwars, bn. transversal, cross
Dwars, bw. athwart, across
Dwarsbalk, sn. cross-beam
Dwarsboom, sn. cross-bar
Dwarsdeur, bw. straight through
Dwarsdraad, sn. crossing-thread
Dwarsdrywe, w. to quarrel
Dwarsdrywer, sn. quarrelsome fellow
Dwarshout, sn. cross-beam
Dwarshyd, sn. crossness
Dwarsnaat, sn. traverse seam
Dwarso'er, bw. cross, opposite
Dwarspad, sn. cross path
Dwarsstraat, sn. cross street
Dwarsstreep (lyn), sn. transversal line
Dwars-trek, w. to quarrel
Dwars-trekker, sn. quarrelsome fellow
Dweep, w. to be fanatical
Dweepagtig, bn. fanatical
Dweepsiik, bn. fanatical
Dweepsug, sn. fanaticism
Dweepsugtig, bn. fanatical
Dwepend, bn. fanatical
Dweper, sn. fanatic, enthusiast
Dwepery, sn. fanaticism
Dwerg, sn. dwarf
Dwergagtig, bn. dwarfish
Dwerggeslag, sn. generation of pygmies
Dwerggestalte, sn. dwarfish stature
Dwerggewas, sn. dwarfgrowth
Dwing, w. to compel, to force
Dwingend, bn. coercive
Dwinger, sn. compeller, tyrant
Dwingerig, bn. urgent, troublesome
Dy, sn. thigh
Dy, w. to swell
Dyk, sn. dike, bank
Dyns, w. to retire, retreat
Dynsig, dynserig, bn. foggy, smoky
Dynsing, sn. retreat