Someone asked: What is the meaning of the Filipino word dumadapyo?
Dapyo is a noun that refers to the scent of a flower, for example, that is spread by the wind.
So when someone asks “what is dumadapyo”, that person is probably referring not to the noun, but to the verb. In this case, dumadapyo means dumadampi.
Dampi refers to gently touching something. For example, when your lips lightly brush someone’s forehead, one can say that: ang labi mo ay dumampi sa kanyang noo.
Given the “light touch”, dumadapyo refers to a light touch, such as when the breeze gently caresses your skin.
Dumadapyo = tumatama o sumasagi nang mahinahon