anhếh [ʔaɲeh] adv for as much as; even more so; very far; unreachable Cốh dơi tou cacheit cha icốh anhếh ndo tou lâyq ibôn plây lâyq bôn pít práq. So I usually killed and ate like that far from my not having to buy not having to waste money. Uxear át ma anhếh ân te Tinê ntóh ma nnéh. He came down to live but very far from Tine below here.
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cốh₃ [koh] top topicalizer thì Icốh mbár cannóh cốh lâyq bôn ncháng hưt cốh anhêh dyê. Like that I don’t even have anything, even as much as tobacco. Ân práq cốh bưih tallưi cân – cân hưt nưm. The money then isn’t enough for a bundle of tobacco only. Cư ê lư proaq dáng dúng, ma proaq ân itáq parlayh Avóuq Rbang cốh dơi táq. I have a lot of work at home, but the work of doing God’s word TOP I still do. [The following examples seem to support the function of topicalizer; however, they are so few examples that it seems better to interpret the cốh as a displaced conjunction. Another possibility is that it is a rare borrowing of the topicalizer function of Vietnamese thì. In that case, we might expect this usage to become more frequent.] cf: ma₂. 9. Grammar