dibabakdibábak<Not Sure>11.1adjShort in height; low to the ground.Tandandia dibabak ang taw piro maiteg.He's a short person but he's courageous.Teta maski dibabak pa tang papa ta nioy, pamorak da.Sometimes even though a coconut tree is still short, nevertheless it's already bearing fruit.Angay ang lamisan ang nang pinaboato ay masiadong kadibabak?Why is this table that I had made so very low? 1.2adjVery low.Ang iroplano pisan ang panarak-tarakan ong may mga bokid ang diribabak. The airplane flies low, right over the very low hills.antalawig 1ambog 2babakán 2.1der. ofbabaklawig 1.3dibabak ta nem1der.dibabak tang pama-dekder.1advDibabak tang pama-dek na ong yen.She looks down on me. (lit. Her way of looking at me is low.)22.1viTo humble oneself, put oneself down.Ang taw ang galiag ang mangolokolo kamininstiran magpadibabak ig magsirbi ong tanan.The person who wants to lead should humble himself and serve all.antambog 1pababakbabakpalawiglawigpatalobabakkadibabakan1der.n., adjantkalawiganmapinadibabaken ta nem1der.adjAng taw ang dibabak tang nem na, mapinasinsiaen.A person who is humble is very patient.

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