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a khot ứmʔaː khɔːt ʔɯmidiomcook corn with rice
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a-2ʔa:v.pfxcausative prefixVaih > Avaih.Appear > Create (cause to appear).Cf. abôn ‘get’ with bôn ‘have’synpa-
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a–aoʔaʔaːwnpain in mouth when eating or after blowing hard
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a–aơrʔaʔɯ̰:rnorphan pig6.3.1Domesticated animal
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a–omʔaʔɔːmn.kinsister-in-law; female cousinBW (f.s.); om_ai call each other a–om. cfom ai4.1.9Kinship
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a–oumʔaʔṵːmn.kinsister-in-lawEgo is female.4.1.9Kinship
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abârʔabɤrvtspin threads together, make ropesynxárcfcléinh1nomi: calléinhvéinhnomi: parvéinh; invol: tavéinh; pk dial.: vánh6.6.1.2Spinning thread
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acám2ʔakamvtillustrate, speak in parables, picture language, use examplesDo tóh itông ma dơi lâyq cammáng, arâq ibaq atao ân atiêh pláh aploang.He is repeatedly spoken to but still doesn’t listen, like sucking flat sugar cane, insipid.Tốq mo tarúm clóuh tốq cốh anóuh tun.Wherever needle pierces thread follows. (Said of a child that always follows--like a shadow.syncadyơcl: lám3.5.4.2Saying, proverb
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achaiʔacaːjn.kinolder sibling of same sex; brother-in-law (m.s.) or sister-in-law (f.s.); also used as term of reference between unrelated fellows or unrelated girls, in which case age is not as important.Dáng néh vi a–em achai tông nám thét ahe.Here there are younger and elder brothers and sisters to tell if we do wrong.Xai xeam.Older and younger siblings.not used of siblings of opposite sex4.1.9Kinship
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acuômʔakuəmvtput on blanket
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adơaradṵarvtspank; slap-on-backcfpáhnomi: parpáh; recp: tarpáh; invol: tapáhpúhrecp: tarpúhtapnomi: tarnap; recp: tartap; invol: tatap
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adứpʔadɯpnin front ofCabêm acay cốh te adứp.8.5.2.1Forward8.5.5Spatial relations
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adúq2ʔaduʔnlarge hairy caterpillar in bamboo--good to eatLaid beside anhum_abúng. cfanhumcl:lám1.6.1.7Insect
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adurʔaduːrnrattan (big)1.5Plant
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adyang atóuhʔaʄaːŋ ʔatṵhppon the other side (e.g., of water)Ngcốh he dyang daq pôc tốq tor adyang atóuh nư!Now we cross water go to shore on the other side, hear!
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alâuʔalɤwnsmall boy--word used mostly in singing to a small boycfavưcpart:a–un4.1.2Types of people
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alayʔalajlay1brother-in-lawn.kinbrother-in-lawcfalếhcpart: tardyaih4.1.9Kinship
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alehʔalɛːhn.kinbrother-in-lawWB (m.s.), ZH (m.s.)
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alếhʔalehn.kinbrother-in-law; cousinsyncarlaycfalaycl: náqalep14.1.9Kinship
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alep1ʔalɛːpn.kinsister-in-law; wife’s younger sisterWyZ(m.s.)cfalếhcpart: tardyaihlup leptardyaihcpart: alếh4.1.9Kinship
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alep2ʔalɛːpalépsister-in-law; brother-in-lawn.kin1sister-in-law; girl-cousin; mother’s younger sister’s daughterAcay counh Jeannie paxoul acay cán Carrie la alep.Jeannie’s son calls Carrie’s daughter ‘cousin’. (J & C are sisters.)cftardyaihcpart: alếh4.1.9Kinship2brother-in-law; husband of elder sister4.1.9Kinship
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aleq adouh apouh a–aoʔalɛːʔ ʔadṵːh ʔapṵːh ʔaʔaːwidiomtired and worn outKếh anáq aleq adouh apouh a–ao phai táq cang ân lư o ikếh.So even if you are completely tired out you must make very good speech, like that.
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ama apu2ʔamaː ʔapuːn.kinuncle’s wife, man’s reference for women of mother’s age; mother-in-law4.1.9Kinship
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ama2ʔamaːn.kinuncle’s wife, man’s reference for women of mother’s age; mother-in-lawcfima4.1.9Kinship
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anáqʔanaʔconjalthough, even thoughsyntư anáqcfncháqnthe
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