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adâh1ʔadɤhdative to; of; forInha avaih chom kiên adâh acrây he.You don’t know the authority of our Vietnamese.A–ây ndo cán Khál--pưt padoq, adáh adâh tông day nnâh tangcóng tangcoang dyê amoq.Like mother of Khal--large goiter, afraid to say I’m a married man, sister.Assumed to be inalienably poss’d form of ado. cfado1 1apâhcl: náq9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions188.8.131.52Recipient (of a patient)
ado1ʔadɔː1to him/her; to itcfadâh12for him; for herAmâh ân lâyq o ân aróuh doq rêh ado.Whatever that was not good that was spoiled (he) left chosen to him.When the clitic a= precedes do ‘3SG’, it can be ado ‘DAT’, or a full PP ‘to/for him/her’.9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions184.108.40.206Beneficiary of an event220.127.116.11Recipient (of a patient)18.104.22.168Beneficiary (of a patient)
ado2ʔadɔːDative to/forNgai dyoun ado icounh táq.They gave (it) to their father to fix.Ngai táh ado Achít.They discarded (it) to Achít.Ado appears to have been derived from clitic a= plus do ‘3SG’ in order to precede two syllable pronouns, nouns and proper nouns. However, the Kadô dialect indicates that it was probably derived from a non-clitic a plus do. 9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions22.214.171.124Beneficiary of an event126.96.36.199Recipient (of a patient)188.8.131.52Beneficiary (of a patient)
api2ʔapiːlikeCư ân a–em, icốh api cannóh, cư lâyq hôi tông amay.I, a younger sibling, so like others, I’m not skillful to speak to you.Tốq dyê ntéiq ariêu api parnô cốh ngai tiráp tiréng amâh ala.When it was already the day before starting the feast, then they prepared whatever.synarâq9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions184.108.40.206.2Like, similar
callúngkəl.luŋin; within; amongNám cáh vi callúng a–em achai cốh iyốq âh ma calloui.If there isn’t one among brothers and sisters, then her husband is absent.Ngai crúng callúng tu.They imprisoned in prison.Ngai cop dông tốq hóng callúng.The caught and carried (x) to a hole inside.anttaltiêh 220.127.116.11Inside9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
dâh1dɤhto; in order toInoi itông dâh a–em dâh achai la ô cơt, ô o.Speak and talk to y.siblings and to o.siblings respectfully and nicely.Ikếh mêng thoar dâh chom vi itaq vi tarhau ndo chính phu.Like that I tell to-him/her to know there are nurses and medicine of the gov’t.Short form of ado. 9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions