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abarʔabaːrcardnumsecondCốh do ân abar dyeal campay amoui cốh ma do cốh cucheit tưi.So the second (brother) took the wife of the first, but he died too.8.1.1.2Ordinal numbers
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abârʔabɤrvtspin threads together, make ropesynxárcfcléinh1nomi: calléinhvéinhnomi: parvéinh; invol: tavéinh; pk dial.: vánh6.6.1.2Spinning thread
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babarbabaːrnumboth; all twoIn expression ‘don’t speak two languages’.8.1.1Number
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babar cangnpboth tongues; two-facedDo ân lư cray patát, lâyq tacang babar cang.Those who are conscientious and have integrity don’t speak two languages (aren't two-faced).
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ca=kaː1v.clitcollectiveKeat-cakeat.To cut around-to cut all the way around.clitic form of ca ‘all’; Occurs on some one-syllable verbs.cfDUP.Ca1spec: babar, pape, papoan, xaxông, chachít ‘all two; all three; all four; all five; all ten’2num.clitcollectiveCabar, cape, capoan.All two, all three, all four.clitic form of ca ‘all’; Occurs on one-syllable numerals.; These are synonymous with the reduplicative collectives, i.e., babar, pape, papoan, xaxông, chachít.
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calléinhkəl.lḭɲnvines twisted together; ropecfmbârrt-v: abârtallounhcl: ntrayh
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chư2cɯːvguard, keepcfbár2caus: tabár; nomi: parbár; recp: tarbár; rep: babár
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cléinh1klḭɲvtwist large vine into ropecfabârnomi:mbârclanhcaus:paclanh; recp:tarclanh; invol:taclanh; rep:caclanh; nomi:callanhvéinhnomi: parvéinh; invol: tavéinh; pk dial.: vánh
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eʔɛːvtguard, maintain watch over; be careful ofIhour e ngco ma dơi lâyq chein u–át, yôl aham.When roasting, beware of the bamboo section (so it doesn’t burn), but it still isn’t cooked, there is still blood.synbár1tupouicfbár2caus: tabár; nomi: parbár; recp: tarbár; rep: babár
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paraiparaːjnthread (not yet spindled)synmbârrt-v: abârVN

paraithread

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thư barthɯː baːradv.tMonday; secondDays of week can be cited this way, but the traditional method counted ten days forward (parnô, parra, parre…) and ten days back (inô, ntra, ntre…). ; Also, first, second, etc., traditionally used a-, e.g., amôi, abar, etc.8.4.1Period of time8.4.1.3.1Days of the weekVN
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tupouitupṵːjvttake care of, e.g., only l or 2 shirts so must wear carefullyNgâh iyư e iyư tupoui, acâp ngâh xứp ngâh heq.You must remember to care for (clothing), don’t wear so torn.synbár1ecaus: pa–ecfbár2caus: tabár; nomi: parbár; recp: tarbár; rep: babár
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véinhwḭɲvtbraid, twist to make ropecfabârnomi:mbârclanhcaus:paclanh; recp:tarclanh; invol:taclanh; rep:caclanh; nomi:callanhcléinh1nomi: calléinh
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xársarvtspin (thread)Do lâyq ndóung mmo xár parai.It never spins thread.synabârnomi:mbâr
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