To let dab is to allow something to be known.
She got him the tickets for his birthday and never let dab.
dabbity (pronounced dab-it-tee)
In parts of the West of Scotland a dabbity is a transfer picture moistened and applied to the back of a child's hand.
dachle (pronounced daCH-l)
To dachle is a Northeastern word meaning to dawdle or loiter.
dae (pronounced day)
To dae something is to do it.
Come on Fred, ye can dae it!
Daffin is playful or foolish behaviour.
A daftie is a foolish or mentally deficient person.
Watch where ye're gaun, ya wee daftie!
In the Glasgow area, a dale is a diving board, as found at a swimming pool.
The word comes from a pronounciation of deal, the wood from which such boards are made.
Dampt is a version of damned, used to give an appearance of not really swearing.
She went and lost the dampt thing.