akeaih [ʔakḭas] 1num.ord ninth; number nine thứ chín 8.1.1. Number When referring to an item, an ordinal number 2n of nine chín Tốq dyê ngéq atâng xéiq atéiq crêng cốh cantóuh akeaih parchôq pôc papéinh,... When all were grown, the group of nine invited each other to go shooting, also invited number ten to go too.
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atâng xéiq atéiq crêng [ʔatɤŋ sḭʔ ʔatḭʔ kreːŋ] idiom grown up Tốq dyê ngéq atâng xéiq atéiq crêng cốh cantóuh akeaih parchôq pôc papéinh. When grown up the group of nine invited each other to go shooting. Multinomial (cmpd, redup)
tarpíh píh [tər.pih pih] vi taking away; fighting over something, e.g., things or positions; competing ganh đua Ngéq cantóuh akeaih idứh tarpíh píh xâr. All nine were fighting to be first to climb. Âp lư ngai tartáq ngai tarveng, tarpíh píh ính táq xaxai. They fought each other a lot, taking away from each other in order to become chief. syn: tarpíh tarpour 4.8.2. Fight Reciprocal (cmpd, redup)
túc itúc [tuk ʔituk] exp confused; disturbed; troubled; perplexed bối rối; hoảng hốt Cantóuh akeaih idứh túc itúc dáng abóh campay achít. The nine brothers milled around at No.10’s wife’s place. [Like large number milling about; like too many thoughts to choose between.] (redup)