*Dame Lu (dam-e-loo) - a greeting "What's up?" or "What's happenin'?" literally give me light (enlighten me)
*Deguabine-someone in bad physical shape
*Deplayarse - laying around for hours doing nothing, maybe laying in bed and watching tv
*Detutanao - canceled
*¿Dime ave? (deemeh-a-be) "Whats up?" "Tell me what's going on" (literally enlighten me, tell me so I can see)
*Dímelo? - sort of like "What's happenin'", "How are you?", used much when answering the phone
*¡Diachi! - it's a way to soften the word diablo (devil). Used in place of the word damn ie: "Diache! You look good" or Diache! I stubbed my toe. Also can be astonished or surprised. (gracias Tito for the definition)
*Dios te Bendigas - God bless you respond with "Amen")
*Dí que - similar to saying "uhhmm"...in place of a pause in a sentence, uh el Dueño, el Amo - Landlord, Boss
*Dry Clean - to clean up yourself especially before a party or after going to the beach
E - e
*Emparchao-when the stomach hurts from indigestion
*Emperchado-someone that dresses in the high fashion of the time
*Enchulao-to be in love
*Enchumbao-to be full of it; I am all wet, used to refer to wet shoes after a rain
*Enculillarse-to have a bad itch
*Enjaretar-(verb) gorge on food, when your really hungry this is what you do.
*Eringarse-(verb) describes the Dominican way of borrowing money, spending it, borrowing more without paying it back.
*Esprie-Sprite (the soda)
F - efe
*Fantamoso - person who likes to show off
*Fariseo - someone from another country that is not nice to the locals, a bad foreigner.
*Faybo - Facebook
*Ferré/ Darce Ferré - to fix ones self up, to make up ones self
*Fiao - on credit, many Colmados and local vendors will take credit if they know and trust you.
*Fifty - Fifty - a high class person
*Fó - expression used before a word for a bad scent
*Fotostática - photocopy
*Fuego - used when you agree with something someone said.
*Fui - Normally this word means "I went" but Dominicans use this for the word culo or butt.
*Fulano, perensejo y sutanejo - used when you don't know a persons name (what's his name?)
*Fuljean - Full jeans..when a woman fills out her jeans nicely
*Fulillo /fuí - Anus
*Funda - bag, shopping bag (Spain Spanish the word is bolsa which in DR it is a mans ball bag (not nice))
*Fuñir/ Fuñe - to bother,annoy
*Freco - To get fresh (sexually or verbally), smart mouth (really spelt fresco meaning fresh but usually said without the "S" in this form)
*Fregada - bother, hassle, nuisance
*Freta - when a woman's nipples are cold and erect