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a–i a–ámnparents
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achơ ngơuqʔacɤː ŋɤːwʔvsstupid; ignorant, dull-witted, mentally retardedA–i a–ám yoa ipôc hoc cốh phai pôc hoc, acâp ngâh iyư lám ính cloun, tốq dyê xéiq nô ra ma lâyq bôn chom uráq u–ar cốh ngai tông do cốh láh achơ ngơuq....Ipe a–em iyư inô ntra ân lâyq ichom uráq u–ar cốh damo damo ma ính padâm ính pilốh he, tông he achơ, cốh ma íh lư achơ ma cou lâyq bôn nnau pahoc cốh vaih lâyq ichom.Parents send you to go study, so must go study, don't only think about wanting to play--when grown up in the future if don't know writing then people will say, "He is stupid."...Younger brothers, remember the past when we didn't know writing so everyone wanted to oppress wanted to deceive us, said we were stupid, but we weren't really stupid, but because there was no one to teach resulting in our not knowing.cfachơcaus: pichơ
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bɤːn1buddy, friend; dear; pleaseCốh chou pi tông, “Bơ a–i a–ám…”Then go home and say, “Dear Mom and Dad…”Acâp cacheit cư bơ.Don’t kill me, bud.synke2dear
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cang2kaːŋvtshackle; tie pieces of wood to pig’s neck to keep him from running awayTe Acay cán ma lâyq cannính lom cốh a–i a–ám phai cúm cang.If a daughter doesn’t agree, then the parents must shackle a yoke.cfcannangcl: lám
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cât1kɤtprepfromKếh he ân a–i a–ám pôc xeq, hôi ixeq cât icounh icán âh.Then we who are parents go ask, one can ask of/from her parents.More sense of ‘from among’ or ‘from out of’, not used of time.cfte9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
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nal2naːladvno-way; no matter how much or how many waysA–i a–ám tức lếh ma nal lâyq hôi paơ, lâyq chom amâh cha.Mother and father sacrificed, but still I couldn’t recover, didn’t know what was eating.
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nhóngɲɔŋprowe two; 1DUA–i a–ám nhóng seq chicha.Our(2) parents ask to eat.Nhóng bar náq lư hôm dyơ do cốh.We two really already saw him.Inclusive of other person specified. Difference from nháng is not yet clear.9.2.3Pronouns
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tahư tahatahɯː tahaːexpcertainly; surelyA–i a–ám peday tahư taha cáp amiêng acân.Our father and mother will certainly bite you soon.
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tartuaqtər.tuəʔ1prepamong themselves; between themselves; reciprocalAnáq cannính lom tartuaq acay counh moui acay cán, nám lâyq cannính lom a–i a–ám ma lâyq hôi bôn.Even though the hearts desire between a boy and girl, if not the desire of the parents, they can’t have each other.2advamong themselves; between themselves; each other; reciprocalNgai tartáq tartuaq.They fought each other.9.6.1.3Association9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions8.5.1.2.2Between3adveach other; reciprocallyNcốh láh cou ngai chom tarpour pour tartuaq.That’s because they know how to help each other.Vi hôi taryoa tarcháp mbóuq (tartuaq).Able to admonish each other.cfmbóuqsit: táq mbóuq
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tarxáng2tər.saŋvhear each other; perceive each otherIcốh ân bar náq nháng icốh dơi arâq a–i a–ám nháng tarxáng icốh.The two of us are like that, still like our parents perceive each other.
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u xúnhʔuː suɲvtrespect; be politeto; guard manners; be carefulI–u ixúnh a–i a–ám; acâp ngâh tacang; acâp itông ân lâyq o.Respect parents; don’t be noisy or speak disrespectful.
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yâyq tơjɤjʔ tɤːnnotebook; accountAmâh amâh ma a–i a–ám mmứng abôn ado ipe: pôc hoc, doq plây paráp yâyq tơ, viêt, mức, dyoun ipe cha o xay, cốh ính ipe phai hoc o mmín.Everything parents take care to get for you: schooling, buying supplies, notebooks, pens, ink, let you eat full, so want you to study industriously.Ngcốh ngeaih tiríng yâyq tơ.Then he counted-examined the accounts.
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