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apou adyoaih amouih kidit it pinhaihʔapṵː ʔaʄṵas ʔamṵːs kidiːt ʔiːt piɲaːspoor, weak and pitifulYR nhóung clang tupang tuvê, ngai ân apou adyoaih amouih kidit it pinhaih,….God sees the whole earth, those who are poor, weak and pitiful,….
táq a–our amóuihtaʔ ʔaʔṵːr ʔamṵjʔbother; pesterAcâp táq a–our amóuih, coa ipôc bíq dyê.Don’t bother us, we are already going to sleep.
anhúq1ʔaɲuʔbear, suffer; endureNám táq lâyq phep cốh ma anhúq pếq acay, cốh nnau canhin moui láh a–eq ado dúng xu cruông cuteac.If act immoral so suffer pregnancy, so they must repent and it’s a sin against the community and region.Campay tông, “Amouih adâh Achít your cucheit, amouih ma imo hôi itáq, anhuq cucheit íh vi i–ính.”His wife said, “Pity for Achít dying, pity, but what can one do, suffer death though not wanted.”Cư dông parlai nnéh chom nám anhúq prứp cốh i–ính.I brought this medicine, not knowing if I might suffer a fall and so need it.Anhúq bo acân, achai dông ao bo.Will suffer rain later, so bring your raincoat.Acân anhúq idau, achai mout tốq dúng cư.If you suffer nightfall, come into my house.Bưih yốh anhúq cucheit.Not yet suffered death.Ki mang anhuq cucheit.Destiny to suffer death.Adversative but not passive. Cannot take a clause as complement as VN bị can?; Only in adversative cases of trường_hợp. cfbiqcholpl dial.:choul
bôn2boːnhaveDo kidit lư, lâyq bôn amâh.He’s very poor, doesn’t have anything.Cáh bôn ngai tamout.He doesn’t have anyone to invite him in.Do lâyq bôn nnau dyoq.He didn’t have anyone to forbid him.Do ân tinâng o ân pour amouih ngai cốh bôn lom pallúng ngai ticuôi.Those who are just and pity others have the hearts of people?126.96.36.199Own, possess6.8.1Have wealth
nhiêtɲiəttell ungrateful, not recognizing my love and helpCư o ado ma do lâyq chom cư amouih cốh tốq loi cư tông ado, “Imo Cư pour amouih may ma may lâyq chom?”I’m good to him but he doesn’t understand I pity him so next time I’ll say to him, “Why do I help and pity you but you don’t understand?”
par–át tannapər.ʔat tən.naːsituationPar–át tanna Ám A lư kidit amouih lâyq bôn amâh, cốh ma par–át tanna Ám B lư o.The situation of Father of A is very poor-pitiful doesn’t have anything, but Father of B’s situation is very good.
rêreːnot given because I have surplus, but because I careÍh vi rê ma cou cư amouih cốh cư dyoun. Íh cư pirê.Don’t think it’s because I can’t use it. “Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth.”
rliuqʔər.lḭːwʔenter directlyDyê rliuq anha mout tốq achoiq cáq ngcốh, cốh chou dông cheam bán lư in achau lom, lư láng lư amouih.When entering and enter into grandmother’s basket their, then carried home and raised him like her own liver, really loved.
apronhʔaprɔːɲ1vspitifulCang chichâu chichi, nhiêm críq lư apronh.Voices complaining, weeping very pitifully.2vtfeel pityThat can cause tríh_lom ‘moved with pity’.; Stronger than amouih, as towards a poor widow and children.cfamouihrecp: rmouih; pa pc dial.: amôih; pk dial.: amoihtríh lomunspec. comp. form oftríh24.4.4Respond to someone in trouble