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a–úh atucʔaʔuh ʔatuːknof tree--old, rotten or burned, but still standing or lying.
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arao aráh atáh atứcʔaraːw ʔarah ʔatah ʔatɯknvegetables and greens
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atucʔatuːknhollow tube of wood or bamboo used for gongIxáng carxang adóung carxang atuc par–i.One hears the sound of hollow bamboo sound of tube drums of celebration.Used in celebrations, or to scare animals out of fields, or to scare away the spirit of a killed animal.4.2.3.5Musical instrument

atucbamboo gong; pipe drum

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atứcʔatɯkvsacrificePhai vi tiriaq carróq, alic ntruôi, iên ngâh atức ado yang-práh.One must have buffalo, cow, pig, chicken to sacrifice to the spirits.
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atuc aveicʔatuːk ʔawḭːkexphazy; smoky1.1.3.2Cloud5.5.5What fires produce
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atuc tưcʔatuːk tɯːknlarge flying beetle that eats refuse1.6.1.7Insect
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patưcpatɯːkvisleepLâyq o ngâh bíq ngear, bíq patưc arâq ngéq ngai cannóh cốh ma coq ngâh mmứng.It’s not good to sleep like others, but must be alert.cfngearsit: bíq ngear5.7.1Go to sleep
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a–úhʔaʔuhnof tree--old, rotten or burned, but still standing or lying.Yôl dáng a–úh.It remained a derelict.Vi llong te cốh te yóuh a–úh atuc ân lallong.There was a tree from there from yonder, a derelict that floated.1.5.1Tree
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achárʔacarnshield-but; dor beetleNám cray tatúc cốh lư nnáq, át tốq tua along.If it’s bumped it really stinks, stays in top of plants.cfanhuih nhiêihCatacanthus incarnatus1.6.1.7Insect
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adóung1ʔadṵŋnsound of hollow bamboo falling in waterUteng bui êm lư, moui ixáng carxang adóung carxang atuc par–i.They keep on happily and one hears bamboo sounds, sounds of busy beetles (or pipe gongs??).Of loud musical instruments, or a rope tied across a stream to telegraph noise to keep animals out of field.2.3.2.2Sound
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lallongləl.lɔːŋvifloatVi llong te cốh te yóuh a–úh atuc ân lallong.There was a tree from there from yonder, a derelict drum that floated.
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par–i1pər.ʔiːviharmonize; syncopate; in rhythmIxáng carxang adóung carxang atuc par–i.One hears a big sound, sound of pipe drums.Dyê tốq ibư lalâu cumour par–i tốq tang a–ứm ngai chachâp ngai baboiq.When evening arrives boys and girls harmonize in the corn stalks, they sing they sing.9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
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yóuhjṵhdemyonderVi llong te cốh te yóuh a–úh atuc ân lallong.There was a tree from there from yonder a derelict drum that was floating.
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ngearŋḭarvisleepNgear ubíq lâyq yốh?Is he sleeping yet?cfpatưcsit:bíq patrưc5.7.1Go to sleep
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