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anốhʔanohvtname, e.g., to name a childCốh ngai doq anốh Alơaiq Rlaq.Then they named it Alơaiq_Rlaq.cfparcounhpa pk dial.: par–ám; cpart: parcán; rt: counhrnóngPronunc.Variant ofranóng9.7Name
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doq3dɔːʔvtcall, name9.7Name
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nóuhnṵhnname9.7Name
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nốhnoh1nname; word; kind; noun; topicLư pưt ân diêiq ân túh cốh bâq ibôn tál nốh tál llám.It’s very difficult but finally to get each kind each one.Not used alone in sense of reputation.cfcallong3nốh tôihrnóngPronunc.Variant ofranóng9Grammar9.7Name9.2Part of speech2nproppersonal nameNốh do Tưm.His name is Tưm.
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panốhpanohvtname or call someone9.7Name
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parcánpər.kann.kinmother nameCán Hiên.Mother of Hiên.Calling mother by name of first child.; Teenage girls may be nicknamed with Cán, but it is followed by a rhyming word rather than a child’s name, e.g., Cán_Pêq_hưt_khưt (see R.Watson 1969a)cfparróuqcpart: parcáq9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
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parcounhpər.kṵːɲn.kinfather nameConh Hiên.Father of Hiên.Referring to a father with first child’s name.; Boy’s names start with Cu in these areas, but with A in the par–ám areas.cfanốhrt: nốhicounhpa pk dial.:a–ám9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
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par–ámpər.ʔamnfather-nameReferring to a father with first child’s name.9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
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par–i1pər.ʔiːviharmonize; syncopate; in rhythmIxáng carxang adóung carxang atuc par–i.One hears a big sound, sound of pipe drums.Dyê tốq ibư lalâu cumour par–i tốq tang a–ứm ngai chachâp ngai baboiq.When evening arrives boys and girls harmonize in the corn stalks, they sing they sing.9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
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par–i2pər.ʔiːnmother-nameReferring to a mother with first child’s name.9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
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ranóngranɔŋrnóngvtnicknamecfhưt2sit: doq hưt9.7Name
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tár ntongtar ʔəntɔːŋnname of buffalo in story9.7Name
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