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ᦀᦱᧃᧈʔaan²5001verb (transitive)to readᦀᦱᧃᧈ ᦠᦹᧉ ᦑᦱᧃᧈ ᦝᧂ.Read it to him.3.5.7.3Read2verb (transitive)to countᦅᦳᧃ ᦀᦱᧃᧈ ᦖᦹᧃᧈ ᦀᦱᧃᧈ ᦶᦉᧃ ᦃᧁᧉ ᦺᦔ ᦶᦕᧁ ᦷᦉᧃ ᦷᦜᧂ ᦁᦳᧃ ᦍᦱᧃ.People counted in the ten-thousands came to the park.8.1.2Countᦀᦱᧃᧈᦵᦉᧂᦀᦱᧃᧈᦷᦎᦀᦱᧃᧈᦑᦸᧂᦰᦀᦱᧃᧈᦓᧇ
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ᦀᦲᦰ1ʔiʔ²500nounterm of address for women and girls. [Note: ᦀᦲᦰ is part of a woman's name unless there is some other title such as 'lady' or 'queen'.]ᦀᦲᦰ ᦎᦱᧃ.E Taan (Ms. Taan).9.6.3.4Markers of direct address ᦀᦲᦰᦀᦱᦀᦲᦰᦅᦸᧉᦀᦲᦰᦅᦳᧃᦀᦲᦰᦉᦱᧁᦀᦲᦰᦋᦻᦀᦲᦰᦍᦱᧈᦀᦲᦰᦍᦲᧂᦀᦲᦰᦓᦱᧉᦀᦲᦰᦓᦱᧂᦀᦲᦰᦔᦴᧈᦀᦲᦰᦗᦲᧈᦀᦲᦰᦗᦸᧈᦀᦲᦰᦶᦙᧈᦀᦲᦰᦷᦜᧂ
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ᦀᦲᦰᦍᦱᧈʔijaa⁵5001nounpaternal grandmother (father's mother)ᦶᦙᧈ ᦀᦲᦰ ᦗᦸᧈ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦔᦲᧃ ᦀᦲᦰ ᦍᦱᧈ.My father's mother is my grandmother.ᦍᦱᧄ ᦐᦱᧁ ᦣᧁ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦝᧂ ᦀᦲᦰ ᦍᦱᧈ ᦟᧁᧈ ᦆᦱᧁᧈ ᦓᦲᧉ ᦍᦻ ᦂᧁᧈ ᦂᦸᧃᧈ.In the winter we listen to grandmother tell stories from long ago.4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmother2nounold woman. [Note: Used pronominally by or to older women.]ᦣᧅ ᦔᦲᧃ ᦊᦱᧂᧈ ᦑᦲᧈ ᦓᧂᧈ ᦆᦲᧂ ᦠᦹᧉ ᦀᦲᦰ ᦍᦱᧈ ᦁᧃ ᦊᦴᧈ ᦷᦟᧆ ᦂᦳᧂ ᦂᦳᧂᧈ ᦵᦌᦲᧈ ᦓᧃᧉ.Love is giving up your seat to an old woman on the bus.2.6.5.2Womanᦀᦲᦰ1ᦍᦱᧈ
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ᦀᦲᦰᦔᦴᧈʔipuu²5001nounpaternal grandfather (father's father)ᦷᦋᧈ ᦀᦲᦰ ᦔᦴᧈ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦀᧁ ᦺᦙᧉ ᦷᦢᧈ (ᦺᦙᧉ ᦷᦔᧅᧈ ᦺᦙᧉ ᦌᦱᧂ ᦚᦳᧂ ᦓᦲᦰ) ᦶᦔᧂ ᦵᦣᦲᧃ.In grandfather's lifetime they used bamboo (both the 'pok' and 'sang' kinds) to build houses.4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmother2nounold man. [Note: Used pronominally by or to older men.]ᦀᦲᦰ ᦔᦴᧈ ᦝᦱᧉ ᦣᦸᧂᧉ ᦀᧁ ᦂᦸᧂ ᦙᦱ ᦎᦲ ᦶᦣᧂ ᦶᦣᧂ. Old Man Thunder took out his drum and hit it hard.2.6.5.1Manᦀᦲᦰ1ᦔᦴᧈ1
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ᦀᦲᦰᦞᦸᧅʔiwɔk⁵500nounmonkeyᦀᧁ ᦀᦲᦰ ᦞᦸᧅ ᦁᧃ ᦅᦳᧃ ᦂ ᦑᧄ ᦂᦱᧃ ᦕᦲᧆ ᦟᧅ ᦍᧇ.They confiscated two monkeys that people had captured illegally.ᦀᦲᦰ ᦞᦸᧅ ᦑᧂ ᦜᦻ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦙᦲ ᦠᦱᧂ ᦍᦱᧁ.All monkeys have long tails.ᦠᦱᧂ ᦀᦲᦰ ᦞᦸᧅ ᦦᦾ ᦊᦴᧈ ᦎᦸᧆᧈ ᦍᦸᧆ ᦎᦸᧆᧈ ᦍᦸᧆ.The monkey's tail was swinging 'tot-yot-tot-yot'.1.6.1.1.1Primateᦀᦲᦰ2ᦞᦸᧅ
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ᦀᦲᧆʔit²500classifierclassifier for small amounts, for bits of things and of qualities (countable only to one)ᦀᧁ ᦙᦱ ᦠᦹᧉ ᦂᦴ ᦋᦲᧄ ᦀᦲᧆ ᧚ ᦡᦴ.Bring me a little bit to taste.ᦊᦱᧈ ᦠᦹᧉ ᦶᦟᧂᦰ ᦉᧅ ᦀᦲᧆ.Don't let in even a little bit of light.ᦢᧁᧈ ᦙᦲ ᦩᦱᧄ ᦀᦲᦰ ᦡᦴ ᦃᦳᧃ ᦓᦱ ᦎᦸᧈ ᦙᧃ ᦉᧅ ᦀᦲᧆ.They didn't have even a little pity for him.ᦕᧆ ᦵᦋᦲᧂᧉ ᦀᦲᧆ ᧚.Drive a little bit more slowly.ᦗᦸᧅ ᦺᦔ ᦵᦣᦲᧃ ᦜᦱᧉ ᦀᦲᧆ ᧚.He got home a little bit late.ᦢᧁᧈ ᦐᦹᧂ ᦉᧅ ᦀᦲᧆ.It didn't move even a little bit.9.2.6.1Classifiersᦀᦲᧆᦐᦾᧈᦀᦲᧆᦓᦾᧉᦉᦸᧈᦓᦾᧉᦜᦳᧂᦀᦲᧆᦐᧂᧉᦀᦲᧆ
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ᦀᦲᧉʔii³500nounthis thing; like thisᦵᦣᧆ ᦀᦲᧉ ᦶᦙᧃᧈ ᦣᦱᧈ?Is this the right thing to do?ᦎᧂᧉ ᦶᦎᧈ ᦵᦙᦲᧈ ᦵᦣᧃ ᦷᦎ ᦓᧃᧉ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦵᦖᦲᧃ ᦀᦲᧉ ᦵᦠᦲᧃᧉ.Since the time they went to school it was like this.ᦉᧂ ᧞ ᦀᧁ ᦷᦆ ᦙᦱ ᦜᦻ ᦉᧄᧈ ᦀᦲᧉ ᦣᦱ?Why have you brought us so much stuff?ᦟᧅ ᦂ ᦶᦑᧉ ᦖᦱᧅ ᦃ ᦶᦐᧆ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦵᦖᦲᧃ ᦀᦲᧉ ᦣᦱᧈ?Are pineapples really like this?9.2.3.5Demonstrative pronounsᦀᦲᧇᧈᦀᦲᧉᦌᦲᧄᦌᦲ
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ᦀᦳᧇᧈʔuup²5001verb (intransitive)to tell, speak. [Note: The addressee can follow the verb directly, or with the prepositions ᦎᦸᧈ or ᦠᦹᧉ.]ᦋᦻ ᦀᧁ ᦆᦱᧁᧈ ᦂᦱᧃ ᦓᧃᧉ ᦀᦳᧇᧈ ᦎᦸᧈ ᦈᧁᧉ.The boy told the story to the king.ᦃᦾᧉ ᦈᧅ ᦀᦳᧇᧈ ᦅᧄ ᦂᦸᧃᧈ ᦠᦹᧉ ᦑᧂ ᦜᦻ.I will tell this story of long ago to you all.3.5.1Say2verb (intransitive)to come to an agreementᦀᦳᧇᧈ ᦡᦲ ᦺᦞᧉ, ᦈᧅ ᦃᦱᧈ ᦟᦴᧅ ᦍᦲᧂ ᦠᦹᧉ ᦔᦲᧃ ᦵᦙ ᦷᦎ ᦃᦱᧉ.He agreed that he would give his daughter to me as my wife.ᦀᦳᧇᧈ ᦂᧃ ᦡᦲ ᦡᦲ, ᦅᦸᧉ ᦣᦱᧂᧉ ᦂᧃ ᦎᦱᧄ ᦉᦱᧈ ᦉᦱᧈ ᦷᦍ ᦷᦍ.They agreed to divorce each other amicably.6.8.4.4Bargain4.8.4.4Negotiateᦀᦳᧇᧈᦅᧄᦀᦳᧇᧈᦈᦱᦀᦳᧇᧈᦷᦈᦀᦳᧇᧈᦎᦱᧃᧉᦀᦳᧇᧈᦔᧃᦀᦳᧇᧈᦟᧁᧈᦀᦳᧇᧈᦟᦱᧆᦀᦳᧇᧈᦡᦲᦉᦲᦵᦂᧂᧉ
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ᦀᦸᧃʔɔn¹5001conjunctionbeforeᦀᦸᧃ ᦵᦋᦲᧉ ᦶᦎᧂ ᦍᧂ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦺᦊᧈ ᦵᦑᦲᧈ ᦺᦔ ᦺᦏ ᦑᦲᧈ ᦙᧃ ᦶᦝᧆ ᦺᦞᧉ.Before the melon seedlings have grown, plough a place ready for them.8.4.5.2Before2prepositionbefore; ahead of; in front ofᦊᦱᧈ ᦂᦲᧃ ᦀᦸᧃ ᦕᦴᧉ ᦶᦂᧈ.Don't eat before your elders.8.4.5.2Before3adjectiveformer; earlierᦷᦕ ᦀᦸᧃ.Her former husband.8.4.5.1.2First4post-verbfirst; beforeᦂᦲᧃ ᦃᧁᧉ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦈᧅ ᦺᦡᧉ ᦌᦽᧈ ᦙᦹ ᦀᦸᧃ.When you eat you must wash your hands first.ᦵᦑᦲᧈ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦷᦎᧅ ᦀᦲᦰ ᦆᧄ ᦃᦲᧈ ᦀᦸᧃ.This time it was E Xam's turn to ride first.8.4.5.2Before5post-verbago᧒ ᦔᦲ ᦀᦸᧃ.Two years ago.8.4.6.2Pastᦀᦸᧃᦂᦸᧃᧈᦀᦸᧃᦋᦸᧄᦀᦸᧃᦐᦱᧉᦀᦸᧃᦑᦱᧂᦀᦸᧃᦓᧄᦀᦸᧃᦵᦙᦲᧈᦀᦸᧃᦷᦠᦷᦋᦗᦱᦂᦸᧃᧈᦀᦸᧃᦃᦸᦺᦔᦀᦸᧃᦶᦎᧈᦀᦸᧃᦑᦱᧂᦀᦸᧃᦷᦠᦂᦸᧃᧈᦺᦔᦓᦸᧃᦀᦸᧃᦕᦴᧉᦀᦸᧃᦷᦠᦵᦙᦲᧈᦀᦸᧃᦛᦱᧂᧈᦀᦸᧃᦞᧃᦀᦸᧃ
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ᦀᦸᧅᧈʔɔɔk²5001verb (intransitive)to go out; leaveᦑᦱᧃᧈ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦺᦔ ᦂᦲᧃ ᦈᦱᧂᧉ ᦵᦗᦲᧃᧈ.He went out and worked for hire.ᦖᦱ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦋᦱᧂᧈ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦙᦱ, ᦀᦹᧇ ᦊᦱᧅ ᦺᦡᧉ ᦜᦻ ᦞᧃ.The dog wasn't able to get out, and it was hungry for many days.7.2.3.4.1Move out2verb (intransitive)to sprout; growᦂᦸ ᦓᦾᧉ ᦁᧃ ᦎᦳ ᦐᧄ ᦓᧃᧉ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦙᦱ ᦐᧂᧉ ᦂᦸ ᦐᧂᧉ ᦂᦸ.Robust little trees sprouted up one by one.1.5.6Growth of plants3verb (intransitive)to rise; to shine (sun, moon, stars)ᦎᦱ ᦞᧃ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦙᦱ ᦡᦱᧁ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦠᦻ ᦌᧄᧉ.When the sun comes up the stars disappear.ᦓᧂᧈ ᦊᦴᧈ ᦋᦱᧃ ᦏᦱᧉ ᦵᦡᦲᧃ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦙᦱ.He sat on the porch and wait for the moon to rise.1.1.1Sun4verb (intransitive)to become full (of the moon). [See the note at ᦵᦡᦲᧃ 'month' for a description of the calendar]ᦵᦡᦲᧃ1ᦵᦡᦲᧃ ᦱᦞ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᧒ ᦆᧄᧈ.Month ten, second day of the waxing moon.1.1.1.1Moon5verb (transitive)to exit; go out ofᦶᦢᧅᧈ ᦀᧁ ᦂᦱᧂᧈ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦵᦣᦲᧃ ᦺᦔ.He took his crossbow and went out of the house.ᦠᦹᧉ ᦖᦸ ᦠᦴ ᦟᦱ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦆᦸᧅ ᦺᦔ.They let the fortune teller out of prison.7.2.3.4.1Move out6verb (transitive)to put forth; emit; sproutᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦩᧃ ᦺᦝ.Put out smoke.ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦎᦳᧄᧈ.Come out with a rash.7.2.3.4.1Move out7verb (transitive)to subtract᧕ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᧒ ᦺᦡᧉ ᧓.5 - 2 = 3.8.1.2.3Subtract numbers8prepositionout of; fromᦵᦑᧁ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦔᦱᧈ ᦺᦙᧉ ᦙᦱ, ᦺᦔ ᦣᦲᧄ ᦓᧄᧉ ᦠᦱ ᦉᦠᦻ.He walked out of the jungle and went to the river to find his friend.ᦵᦂᦲᧆᧈ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦑᦸᧂᧉ ᦶᦙᧈ ᦙᦱ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦣᦴᧉ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦜᧅ.When I was born from the womb I knew nothing.8.5.1.4.1Out, outside9post-verbout; with success in taking out or coming outᦋᧅ ᦺᦉᧉ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦙᦱ.Pull intestines out.ᦵᦍᧁᧈ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ.Unable to urinate.8.5.1.4.1Out, outside10post-verbable; with success in seeing, thinking, calculating or speakingᦅᦹᧆ ᦔᦲᧃᧈ ᦊᦱᧈ ᦎᦸᧇᧈ ᦷᦑ ᦉᦱ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦙᦱ ᦵᦋᦲᧉ ᧚.He thought out a method for getting revenge.ᦞᦱᧈ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦩᦱᧄ ᦺᦓ ᦙᦱ.I cannot explain the meaning.ᦙᧃ ᦓᦾᧉ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦓᦾᧉ, ᦢᧁᧈ ᦑᦸᧂᦰ ᦡᦲ, ᦍᧂ ᦑᦸᧂᦰ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᧞.They were so little, if you didn't look well you couldn't see them.9.4.2.1Canᦀᦸᧅᧈᦺᦃᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦇᦸᧅᦀᦸᧅᧈᦵᦉᦀᦸᧅᧈᦋᦹᧈᦗᦱᦵᦉᧂᦀᦸᧅᧈᦋᦹᧈᦙᦲᦵᦉᧂᦀᦸᧅᧈᦋᦹᧈᦟᦹᦵᦉᧂᦀᦸᧅᧈᦑᦱᧂᦀᦸᧅᧈᦔᦱᧅᦀᦸᧅᧈᦜᦸᧅᦀᦸᧅᧈᦵᦞᧅᦀᦸᧅᧈᦵᦞᧅᦺᦔᦂᦱᧃᦀᦸᧅᧈᦞᧆᦉᦱᦀᦸᧅᧈᦵᦟᦲᧆᦀᦸᧅᧈᦵᦠᦲᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦢᦱᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦶᦣᧂᦀᦸᧅᧈᦢᦱᧈᦶᦣᧂᦀᦸᧅᧈᦵᦢᧉᦵᦉᦇᦹᧃᦀᦸᧅᧈᦶᦣᧂᦂᦱᧃᧉᦀᦸᧅᧈᦃᦱᦀᦸᧅᧈᦃᧁᧉᦀᦸᧅᧈᦃᧁᧉᦆᧄᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦺᦐᦊᦱᧃᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦋᦲᧉᦀᦸᧅᧈᦢᦸᧅᧈᦔᧃᦶᦎᧅᧈᦇᦸᧅᦀᦸᧅᧈᦆᦱᧈᦶᦎᧅᧈᦇᦸᧅᦀᦸᧅᧈᦈᦱᧁᦶᦎᧅᧈᦇᦸᧅᦀᦸᧅᧈᦵᦚᧀᦒᦲᧉᦀᦸᧅᧈᦔᦸᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦶᦕᦰᦀᦸᧅᧈᦢᦸᧅᧈᦉᦸᧃᦵᦕᧀᦡᦸᧅᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦷᦣᧂᦗᦸᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦶᦙᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦞᦱᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦞᦱᧈᦢᧁᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦞᧃᦀᦸᧅᧈᦵᦟᦲᧆᦀᦸᧅᧈᦵᦟᦲᧆᦷᦎᧅᦊᦱᧂᦀᦸᧅᧈᦠᦴᦀᦸᧅᧈᦷᦐᧅᧈᦵᦠᦲᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦵᦠᦲᧈᦷᦎᧅᦊᦱᧂᦀᦸᧅᧈᦶᦡᧆᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦖᦸᧅᧈᦞᦻᦵᦡᦲᧃᦀᦸᧅᧈᦢᧁᧈᦀᦸᧅᧈᦅᦱᧈᦵᦣᧆᦀᦸᧅᧈ
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ᦀᦹᧃᧈʔɯn²500adjectiveotherᦃᦸ ᦈᧁᧉ ᦙᧃ ᦵᦑᧁ ᦺᦔ ᦗᦻ ᦀᦹᧃᧈ.Please walk in some other place.ᦅᦹᧆ ᦺᦡᧉ ᦔᦲᧃᧈ ᦊᦱᧈ ᦵᦋᦲᧉ ᦀᦹᧃᧈ.He figured out another solution.ᦘᦱ ᦉᦱ ᦺᦑ ᦟᦹᧉ ᦔᦲᧃ ᦘᦱ ᦉᦱ ᦜᦻ ᦵᦜᦲ ᦘᦱ ᦉᦱ ᦀᦹᧃᧈ.Dai Lue people are more numerous than the other nationalities.8.3.5.2.4Otherᦵᦋᦲᧉᦀᦹᧃᧈᦑᦱᧂᦺᦡᦎᦱᧂᧈᦀᦹᧃᧈ
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ᦀᦻᧉ1ʔaaj³5001nounmanᦀᦻᧉ ᦊᦸᧅ ᦙᦹᧂ.You stupid man.ᦀᦻᧉ ᦃᦲᧉ ᦆᦱᧃᧉ.A lazy man.ᦀᦻᧉ ᦉᧇ ᦔ ᦟᦲᧉ ᦋᦲᧉ ᦈᦸᧅᧈ.A crafty man.ᦀᦻᧉ ᦗᦸᧈ ᦅᦱᧉ ᦁᦳᧂ ᦀᦱᧆ.A haughty merchant man.2.6.5.1Man2nounterm of address for men and boys. [Note: ᦀᦻᧉ is part of a man's name unless there is some other title such as 'monk' or 'king'.]ᦀᦻᧉ ᦆᧄ.Ai Xam (Mr Xam).9.6.3.4Markers of direct address ᦀᦻᧉᦈᦻᧈᦇᦹᧃᦀᦻᧉᦋᦻᦀᦻᧉᦓᦱᧉᦀᦻᧉᦗᦲᧈᦀᦻᧉᦷᦜᧂᦀᦻᧉᦵᦜᦲᦅᧄᦀᦻᧉᦢᦱᧁᧈᦗᦸᧈᦀᦻᧉ
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ᦀᦻᧉᦷᦜᧂʔaaj³loŋ¹500nounolder brother; older male who has no children. [Note: Used pronominally by or to such a person.]4.1.9.1.3Brother, sisterᦀᦻᧉ1ᦷᦜᧂ
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ᦀᦾᧈʔɔj²500verb (transitive)to feedᦀᧁ ᦊᦱ ᦀᦾᧈ.He fed her the medicine.ᦎᦳᧄᧉ ᦃᧁᧉ ᧒ ᦖᦸᧉ ᦀᧁ ᦵᦙᦲ ᦀᦾᧈ ᦖᦴ.She boiled two pots of rice to feed the pigs.5.2.2Eat1.6.4.2Animal eating2.6.4.1.1Care for a babyᦀᦾᧈᦺᦈᦀᦾᧈᦆᦸᦀᦾᧈᦓᦳᧄ
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ᦀᧁʔaw¹5001verb (transitive)to take; get; receive; acceptᦀᧁ ᦷᦆ ᧞ ᦗᦻᧈ ᦐᦲ ᦵᦉ ᦷᦕ.She took her things and fled from her husband.ᦃᦾᧉ ᦈᧅ ᦺᦔ ᦀᧁ ᦊᦱ ᦙᦱ ᦠᦹᧉ.I will fetch some medicine for you.ᦀᧁ ᦇᦹᧃ ᦅᦱᧈ ᦵᦆᦲᧂᧈ ᦶᦌᧈ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦡᦻ.He accepts money only for spare parts.3.3.5.1Accept2verb (transitive)'Manipulated Object Marker'; marks the object of a transitive verb, or the instrument used in an actionᦃᧁ ᦀᧁ ᦃᧁᧉ ᦺᦔ ᦃᦻ.They sold the rice (took the rice and sold it).ᦃᧁ ᦑᦱᧃᧈ ᦀᧁ ᦞᦲᧉ ᦌᦱ ᦺᦉᧈ ᦚᦳᧃᧈ ᦶᦕᧈ ᦉᦸᧃ.They taught methods of applying fertiliser (took methods and taught them).ᦣᦳᧂᧉ ᦀᧁ ᦃᦱ ᦶᦠᧂᧈ ᦙᧃ ᦍᦳᧄᧈ ᦡᦽᧉ ᦶᦂᧁᧉ ᦟᦴᧅ ᦓᧃᧉ.The eagle grabbed the gem with its talon (took its talon and grabbed the gem).9.5.1.2Instrument9.5.1Primary cases3prepositiongetting; toward (often untranslatable in English)ᦆᦸᧆ ᦀᧁ ᦺᦃᧈ.She uncovered (getting) the egg.7.4.3Get4post-verbsuccessfully; bringing to completionᦍᦲᧃ ᦡᦲ ᧞, ᦷᦎ ᦵᦡᧁ ᦅᦾᧈ ᦶᦎᧄᧉ ᦀᧁ.Thank you, I will write it myself.6.1.3.2Succeedᦀᧁᦂᧃᦀᧁᦂᦱᧃᦀᧁᦺᦈᦀᧁᦺᦈᦀᧁᦆᦸᦀᧁᦺᦈᦺᦉᧈᦀᧁᦺᦈᦷᦜᧂᦀᧁᦈᦲᧆᦺᦉᧈᦺᦈᦀᧁᦋᦲᦞᦲᧆᦀᧁᦋᦲᦞᦲᧆᦟᦸᧆᦀᧁᦷᦑᧆᦀᧁᦎᦱᦀᧁᦔᦲᧃᦐᧅᦀᧁᦷᦕᦀᧁᦷᦖᧅᦀᧁᦺᦈᦀᧁᦵᦗᧆᦀᧁᦗᦻᦀᧁᦵᦙᦀᧁᦺᦞᧉᦀᧁᦞᧃᦀᧁᦆᦹᧃᦀᧁᦠᦻᦀᧁᦶᦣᧂᦵᦂᧇᦇᧁᦀᧁᦧᦸᧃᦂᦱᧃᧉᦀᧁᦷᦆᦺᦉᧈᦷᦑᧆᦀᧁᦎᦱᦷᦎᦵᦡᧁᦵᦣᧆᦀᧁᦏᦹᦀᧁᦓᧇᦀᧁᦓᧇᦺᦡᧉᦓᧇᦀᧁᦢᧅᦋᦹᧈᦀᧁᦵᦉᧂᦶᦣᧃᧉᦷᦋᧈᦀᧁᦔᦱᧃ
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ᦀᧃᧉʔan³500nounthat thing; a situation like thatᦵᦣᧆ ᦡᧂᧈ ᦀᧃᧉ ᧓ ᦵᦑᦲᧈ.He did that three times.ᦅᧃ ᦀᧃᧉ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦠᦹᧉ ᦙᦹᧂ ᦺᦔ ᦃᦳᧆ ᦌᦻ ᦡᦴ.If that is the case, go dig in the sand and look for it.ᦙᧃ ᦞᦱᧈ ᦍᧇ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦗᦸ ᦵᦑᦲᧈ, ᦞᦱᧈ ᦀᧃᧉ.He said he hadn't caught enough yet, that's what he said.9.1.5General adverbsᦃᦲᧉᦀᧃᧉᦵᦉᧂᦀᧃᧉᦺᦢᧉᦀᧂᧈᦓᧄᧉᦑᦳᧃᧈᦢᧁᧈᦀᧃᧉ
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ᦁᦱᦍᦳʔajuʔ⁵500nounage (of a person)ᦁᦱ ᦍᦳ ᦺᦡᧉ ᧑᧖ ᦔᦲ.Sixteen years old.8.4.6.5Age
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ᦁᧃʔan⁴500classifierclassifier for things. [Note: When ᦁᧃ is used of physical things they are usually small and lack a distinct shape. ᦁᧃ is also used for situations, actions, characteristics and information.]ᦓᧄᧉ ᦙᧃ ᦖᦴ ᦁᧃ ᦊᦴᧈ ᦀᦸᧄ ᦺᦞᧉ ᦓᧃᧉ ᦠᦻ ᦺᦔ ᦌᧄᧉ.The pig-lard that was in a jar had disappeared.ᦃᦸᧂ ᦑᦲᧇ ᦁᧃ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦖᦹᧃᧈ ᦇᦹᧃ ᦶᦉᧃ ᦆᧄ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦌᦹᧉ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦺᦡᧉ.This magical thing, thousands of coins wouldn't buy it.ᦢᧁᧈ ᦙᦲ ᦂᧄᧈ ᦟᧂ ᦁᧃ ᦈᧅ ᦎᦸᧇᧈ ᦷᦑ ᦉᦱ ᦺᦡᧉ.He didn't have the strength to get revenge.ᦁᧃ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦔᦲᧃ ᦵᦍᧂᧈ ᦍᦱᧄ, ᦏᦹᧂ ᦺᦃᧉ ᦠᦻ ᧟ ᦕᦳᧄ ᦷᦠ ᦺᦖᧈ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦔᦳᧂᧈ ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦙᦱ.This situation is only temporary, when the sickness is gone new hair will grow out.ᦙᧃ ᦀᦳᧇᧈ ᦎᦸᧈ ᦈᧁᧉ ᦎᦱᧄ ᦁᧃ ᦣᦴᧉ ᦠᧃ ᦙᦱ ᦓᧃᧉ.He told the king what he had experienced.9.2.6.1Classifiersᦁᧃᦞᦱᧈ
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ᦂᦎᦻᧈkataaj²500nounrabbitfamily Leporidaeᦷᦎᦖᦱ ᦣᦹᧇ ᦂ ᦎᦻᧈ ᦔᦱᧈ.The dog chased wild rabbits.1.6.1.1.4RodentOld Monbataajrabbit
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ᦂᦱᧂᦆᦹᧃkaaŋ¹xɯn⁴500nounnightᦞᧃ ᦞᦱ ᦂᦱᧂ ᦆᦹᧃ, ᦃᦾᧉ ᦆᦹᧃ ᦓᦸᧃ ᦚᧃ ᦶᦏᧄ ᦵᦠᦲᧃᧉ.Last night I had another dream.8.4.1.2.1Nightᦂᦱᧂ1ᦆᦹᧃ2ᦞᧃᦓᦲᦰᦂᦱᧂᦆᦹᧃ
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ᦂᦱᧃkaan¹5001prefixnominaliser for verbs and clauses (such as the English suffix '-ing' in 'I prefer swimming')ᦂᦱᧃ ᦓᧇ ᦏᦹ ᦞᧆ ᦞᦱ ᦉᦱ ᦉ ᦓᦱ.The observing of religion.9.2.9.3Derivational affixes2nounevent; occurrence; problem; fact; behaviourᦋᦸᧂᧈᦚᦳᧂ1ᦂᦱᧃ ᦚᦳᧂ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦺᦔ ᦃᧁᧉ ᦠᦴ.These concerns reached their ears.ᦷᦗᧇ ᦍᦱ ᦈᦸᧉ ᦂᦱᧃ ᦡᧂᧈ ᦓᦲᦰ.He encountered this kind of problem.ᦂᦱᧃ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦙᦲ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦶᦔᧂ.Events that hadn't happened, she made up.9.1.3.2Situation3nounwork; labourᦍᦸᧃᧉ ᦵᦗᦲᧈ ᦊᦱᧃᧉ ᦂᦱᧃ, ᦷᦑᧅ ᦃ ᦟᧄᧉ ᦢᦱᧅ.Because he was afraid of work, he was poor.6.1Workᦀᧁᦂᦱᧃᦂᦲᦰᦈᦂᦱᧃᦂᦱᧃᦀᦳᧃᧈᦇᧃᦂᦱᧃᦶᦂᧃᧈᦃᧃᦂᦱᧃᦂᦸᧈᦉᦱᧂᧉᦂᦱᧃᦂᧄᦵᦞᧃᦂᦱᧃᦃᦲᦵᦅᦲᧂᦂᦱᧃᦃᦲᦺᦈᦂᦱᧃᦵᦃᧆᦋᦱᦂᦱᧃᦶᦃᧅᧈᦂᦱᧃᦃᦱᧁᧈᦉᦱᧃᦂᦱᧃᦃᧄᧈᦟᦱᧇᦂᦱᧃᦃᧆᦂᦱᧃᦅᦱᧉᦂᦱᧃᦅᦱᧉᦃᦻᦂᦱᧃᦵᦅᦲᧂᦺᦈᦂᦱᧃᦅᧄᦂᦱᧃᦅᦹᧆᦔᦸᧂᦂᦱᧃᦷᦆᧈᦌᦸᧉᦂᦱᧃᦆᧄᦑᦸᧂᦰᦂᦱᧃᦵᦈᧇᦂᦱᧃᦵᦈᧇᦺᦈᦂᦱᧃᦵᦈᧇᦺᦖᧉᦂᦱᧃᦈᦱᧂᧉᦂᦱᧃᦉᦃᦲᦰᦂᦱᧃᦉᦄᧆᦂᦱᧃᦉᦛᧆᦌᦤᦲᦂᦱᧃᦉᦴᧈᦏᦱᧄᦂᦱᧃᦶᦉᧃᦑᦰᦂᦱᧃᦵᦉᦲᧅᦂᦱᧃᦉᧂᧈᦉᦸᧃᦂᦱᧃᦉᦱᧂᧉᦂᦱᧃᦉᦱᧂᧉᦶᦎᧂᧈᦂᦱᧃᦉᦱᧂᧉᦶᦔᧂᦂᦱᧃᦉᦸᧃᦂᦱᧃᦉᦳᧅᦵᦉᦲᧃᦂᦱᧃᦷᦊᧅᦊᦱᦂᦱᧃᦊᦱᧄᧉᦜᦹᧆᧈᦂᦱᧃᦊᦱᧇᦍᦱᧅᦂᦱᧃᦋᦲᧉᦓᧄᦂᦱᧃᦶᦋᧆᦈᦲᧂᦂᦱᧃᦶᦋᧆᦑᦸᧂᦰᦂᦱᧃᦺᦋᧉᦊᦳᧂᧈᦂᦱᧃᦺᦋᦍᦋᦓᦂᦱᧃᦋᦱᧄᦑᦸᧂᦰᦂᦱᧃᦋᦳᧆᦂᦱᧃᦌᦱᧉᦶᦋᧆᦂᦱᧃᦌᦳᧅᦌᧅᦂᦱᧃᦍᦹᧃᧈᦏᦻᦂᦱᧃᦍᦱᧅᦂᦱᧃᦎᦱᦡᦲᦂᦱᧃᦵᦎᦲᧄᧈᦂᦱᧃᦎᦻᦂᦱᧃᦎᦱᧂᦉᦸᧃᦂᦱᧃᦎᦸᧇᧈᦢᧂᦂᦱᧃᦵᦐᦲᦷᦜᧂᦂᦱᧃᦵᦑᧂᧈᦐᦲᧄᦂᦱᧃᦷᦑᦉᦱᦂᦱᧃᦷᦑᧅᦍᦱᧅᦂᦱᧃᦷᦑᧆᦂᦱᧃᦑᦸᧉᦂᦱᧃᦒᦱᧄᦂᦱᧃᦓᦾᧉᦂᦱᧃᦶᦓᧉᦂᦱᧃᦓᧄᧉᦷᦏᧄᧉᦂᦱᧃᦔᦎᦲᦢᧆᦂᦱᧃᦔᦶᦜᦂᦱᧃᦔᦱᧈᦺᦙᧉᦂᦱᧃᦵᦔᧃᧈᦺᦅᦂᦱᧃᦷᦔᦨᦱᧃᦂᦱᧃᦔᦳᧂᧈᦵᦓᦲᧂᦂᦱᧃᦔᦲᧃᧈᦷᦔᦂᦱᧃᦔᧆᦦᦱᧆᦵᦕᧁᧉᦂᦱᧃᦔᦱᧆᦂᦱᧃᦔᦸᧆᧈᦺᦘᦂᦱᧃᦕᦵᦑᧆᦂᦱᧃᦷᦖᧆᦺᦉᦂᦱᧃᦵᦘᦺᦘᦂᦱᧃᦷᦙᦙᧁᦂᦱᧃᦷᦙᧃᧈᦵᦍᦲᧄᦂᦱᧃᦵᦚᧆᧈᦚᧂᦂᦱᧃᦜᦳᧂᦂᦱᧃᦺᦝᦺᦖᧉᦂᦱᧃᦝᦱᧂᧉᦂᦱᧃᦝᦱᧂᧉᦶᦠᧃᦂᦱᧃᦝᦸᧂᧉᦂᦱᧁᧈᦂᦱᧃᦞᦏᦳᦂᦱᧃᦵᦞᧅᦂᦱᧃᦵᦞᧅᦉᦱᧂᧉᦂᦱᧃᦟᦴᧉᦂᦱᧃᦵᦟᦲᧅᦝᦱᧉᦂᦱᧃᦟᧄᧉᦢᦱᧅᦂᦱᧃᦟᦲᧅᦷᦎᦂᦱᧃᦠᦱᧂᧉᦶᦣᧃᦂᦱᧃᦠᧆᦶᦜᧃᧈᦂᦱᧃᦡᦲᦂᦱᧃᦡᧇᦈᦲᧇᦂᦱᧃᦢᧁᧈᦔᦲᧃᦟᦻᦂᦱᧃᦢᦱᧃᧉᦂᦱᧃᦵᦙᦲᧂᦂᦱᧃᦢᦱᧃᧉᦵᦙᦲᧂᦂᦱᧃᦵᦣᧆᦂᦱᧃᦵᦣᧆᦉᦱᧂᧉᦂᦱᧃᦵᦣᧆᦉᦱᧂᧉᦵᦞᧅᦈᧅᦂᦱᧃᦵᦣᧆᦶᦔᧂᦂᦱᧃᦶᦣᧃᦤᦱᦂᦱᧃᦷᦣᧇᦝᧃᦂᦱᧃᦺᦣᧈᦓᦱᦂᦱᧃᦣᦻᧉᦂᦱᧃᦣᧂᧈᦂᦱᧃᦣᧄᧈᦵᦣᧃᦂᦱᧃᦣᧅᦉᦱᦂᦱᧃᦣᧇᦣᦸᧂᦂᦲᧃᦶᦃᧅᧈᦶᦎᧅᧈᦂᦱᧃᦃᦲᧉᦆᦱᧃᧉᦊᦱᧃᧉᦂᦱᧃᦃᦸᧉᦂᦱᧃᦃᦱᧁᧈᦂᦱᧃᦆᦱᧁᧈᦂᦱᧃᦆᦸᧂᧉᦔᦱᧃᧈᦂᦱᧃᦈᧁᧉᦂᦱᧃᦉᦱᦒᦳᦂᦱᧃᦋᦸᧂᧈᦂᦱᧃᦶᦎᧆᦂᦱᧃᦶᦏᧄᦶᦃᧂᦶᦣᧂᦂᦱᧃᦶᦑᧂᧈᦂᦱᧃᦓᦻᦂᦱᧃᦊᦱᧉᦶᦎᧂᧈᦓᦱᧁᦂᦱᧃᦓᧄᧉᦂᦱᧃᦶᦔᧂᦷᦑᧆᦶᦔᧂᦂᦱᧃᦔᦸᧂᦂᦱᧃᦔᧃᦓᦱᦂᦱᧃᦶᦕᧃᧈᦂᦱᧃᦘᦸᧄᧉᦂᦱᧃᦙᦲᦂᦱᧃᦵᦞᧅᦂᦱᧃᦟᦱᦋᦂᦱᧃᦵᦟᦲᧂᧈᦂᦱᧃᦵᦠᧆᧈᦂᦱᧃᦢᧁᧈᦔᦲᧃᦂᦱᧃᦷᦣᧂᦂᦱᧃᦷᦣᧂᦔᦱᧃᧈᦂᦱᧃᦵᦣᦲᧃᦔᦱᧃᧈᦂᦱᧃ
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ᦂᦱᧆ1kaat²5001nounmarket; marketplace; a town that has a marketᦑᦲᧈᦀᧁ ᦷᦣ ᦎᦱᧂᧈ ᦏᦱᧃᧈ ᦺᦔ ᦃᦻ ᦂᦱᧆ.He loaded up the cow with charcoal and took it to market to sell.6.8.4.8Store, marketplace2nounstreetᦶᦏᧁ ᦂᦱᧆ ᦦᦱᧂᧉ, ᦂᦱᧂ ᦂᦱᧆ ᦠᧃᧉ ᦍᧂ ᦙᦲ ᦷᦉᧃ ᦁᦳᧃ ᦍᦱᧃ ᦜᦻ ᦑᦲᧈ.The streets are wide. In the middle of the streets there are many parks.6.5.4.1Road3classifierclassifier for marketsᦃᦻ ᧟ ᧓ ᦂᦱᧆ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦙᦲ ᦅᦳᧃ ᦣᦱᧃ ᦌᦹᧉ.He offered it for sale in three markets and still nobody had bargained for it.9.2.6.1Classifiersᦂᦱᧆᦃᦻᦷᦆᦂᦱᧆᦌᦻᦂᦱᧆᦷᦜᧂᦂᦱᧆᦟᦲᦃᦱᧆᦂᦱᧆᦅᦳᧃᦵᦕᧁᧉᦂᦱᧆᦶᦏᧁᦂᦱᧆᦵᦐᦲᦂᦱᧆᦓᧄᧉᦙᧃᦂᦱᧆᦕᧅᦂᦱᧆᦷᦠᦂᦱᧆ
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ᦂᦲᧃkin¹5001verb (transitive)to eat; drinkᦂᦲᧃ ᦃᧁᧉ.To eat; eat a meal (literally: eat rice).ᦂᦲᧃ ᦓᧄᧉ.To drink.ᦂᦲᧃ ᦜᧁᧉ.To drink liquor.ᦂᦲᧃ ᦓᦳᧄ.To nurse.ᦂᦲᧃ ᦊᦱ.To take medicine.5.2.2Eat2verb (transitive)to take up time; expend resourcesᦂᦲᧃ ᧓ ᦔᦲ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦶᦔᧂ ᦵᦏᦲᧃᧉ.It took three years to finish building it.8.4.2Take time3verb (transitive)to rule; conquerᦣᧁ ᦈᧅ ᦕᦱᧈ ᦵᦙᦲᧂ ᦠᦹᧉ ᦉᦴ ᦑᦱᧃᧈ ᦂᦲᧃ ᦂᦹᧂᧈ ᧚.I will divide my kingdom for you to rule over half of it.4.8.3.1Defeat4.6.4Ruleᦵᦂᧁᧈᦂᦲᧃᦺᦈᦵᦂᧁᧈᦂᦲᧃᦙᦹᦷᦂᧇᦂᦲᧃᦎᦱᦞᧃᦷᦂᧇᦂᦲᧃᦵᦡᦲᧃᦂᦲᧃᦀᦾᧉᦂᦲᧃᦀᦾᧉᦓᦾᧉᦂᦲᧃᦀᦲᧄᧈᦎᦲᧄᦺᦈᦂᦲᧃᦶᦃᧅᧈᦂᦲᧃᦃᧁᧉᦂᦲᧃᦓᧄᧉᦂᦲᧃᦃᦳᧄᦂᦲᧃᦇᦹᧃᦂᦲᧃᦵᦈᧂᦂᦲᧃᦍᦱᧂᦂᦲᧃᦵᦈᧂᦂᦲᧃᦑᦱᧃᦂᦲᧃᦺᦈᦂᦲᧃᦈᦱᧂᧉᦂᦲᧃᦷᦊᧅᦂᦲᧃᦊᦱᦂᦲᧃᦎᦸᦰᦶᦎᦰᦂᦲᧃᦶᦐᧂᦂᦲᧃᦑᦲᧈᦂᦲᧃᦑᦱᧃᦂᦲᧃᦓᦸᧃᦂᦲᧃᦵᦙᦲᧂᦂᦲᧃᦛᦱᧃᦺᦆᧈᦜᧇᦂᦲᧃᦷᦜᧂᦂᦲᧃᦜᧁᧉᦙᧁᦶᦆᦂᦲᧃᦷᦠᦂᦲᧃᦢᧁᧈᦛᦱᧃᦂᦲᧃᦢᧁᧈᦟᧄᦂᦲᧃᦶᦣᧂᦷᦃᧇᦂᦲᧃᦃᦸᦂᦲᧃᦃᦸᧉᦊᦴᧈᦵᦔᦲᧂᦂᦲᧃᦃᦸᧉᦊᦴᧈᦣᦱᧁᦂᦲᧃᦃᦱᧁᧉᦊᦴᧈᦣᦱᧁᦂᦲᧃᦃᦸᧂᦂᦲᧃᦅᦱᧈᦂᦲᧃᦑᦱᧂᦅᧄᦂᦲᧃᦊᦴᧈᦂᦲᧃᦊᦴᧈᦉᦳᧅᦂᦲᧃᦟᧄᦊᦴᧈᦉᦳᧅᦂᦲᧃᦡᦲᦊᦴᧈᦔᦲᧃᦂᦲᧃᦖᧃᧉᦊᦴᧈᦺᦣᧉᦂᦲᧃᦍᦱᧅᦊᦱᧁᧉᦵᦣᦲᧃᦵᦕᦲᧃᦂᦲᧃᦌᦸᦰᦞᦱᧈᦠᦱᦂᦲᧃᦎᦱᦂᦲᧃᦑᦲᧈᦊᦴᧈᦣᦱᧁᦂᦲᧃᦑᦱᧂᦂᦲᧃᦑᦸᧂᦰᦂᦲᧃᦓᧄᧉᦂᦲᧃᦶᦔᧂᦂᦲᧃᦘᦱᧉᦶᦔᧂᦂᦲᧃᦘᦳᧂᦂᦲᧃᦵᦜᧅᦙᧅᦉᦳᧅᦂᦲᧃᦡᦲᦟᦻᧈᦂᦲᧃᦠᦱᦂᦲᧃᦡᦲᦂᦲᧃᦡᦾᧉᦂᦲᧃᦡᦹᧄᧈᦂᦲᧃᦵᦣᧆᦞᦱᧈᦠᦱᦂᦲᧃᦷᦣᧂᦂᦲᧃᦜᧁᧉᦣᦳᧂᦂᦲᧃᦓᧄᧉ
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ᦂᦲᧈ1kii²5001interrogative pronounhow manyᦚᦱᧃ ᧟ ᦙᦲ ᦂᦲᧈ ᦀᧃ?How many pencils have you sharpened?ᦀᦸᧅᧈ ᦂᦲᧈ ᦆᧄᧈ?What is the date (how many days is it)?9.2.3.4Question words2numeralhow manyᦙᧃ ᦓᧇ ᦉᦸᧃᧈ ᦩᦻ ᦓᦲᦰ ᦈᧅ ᦂᦲᧃ ᦂᦲᧈ ᦞᧃ.He calculated how many days it would take to eat the buffalo.ᦢᧁᧈ ᦣᦴᧉ ᦂᦲᧈ ᦗᧃ ᦔᦲ.I don't know how many thousands of years.8.1.3.1Many, much3numeralseveral; a fewᦓᧂᧈ ᦌᧁ ᦢᦱᧈ ᦌᧁ ᦶᦣᧂ ᦂᦲᧈ ᦵᦑᦲᧈ ᦅᦸᧉ ᦢᧁᧈ ᦶᦕᧁ ᦵᦑᦲᧈ.They had rested several times (on the journey) but they still weren't there.8.1.3.2Few, little
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