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bingbiːŋvbait hookCư dyeal tuloui bing abayh.Arriving at the river, I took a worm and baited the hook.synbeicsit: beic parrán; nomi: parbeic; recp: tarbeic; invol: tabeic; rep: babeic; instr: pla abayh; pk dial.: bing
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chichâtcicɤtvstabbing, as with dibble stick, knife, spear
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et otʔɛːt ʔɔːtexpsound of bamboo rubbingcfclóq12.3.2.2Sound
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héqhɛʔvof sobbing or crying that waysynnhiêmrep:nhanhiêm; sound:a–uq, ti–úr
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khức ikứckhɯk ʔikɯkexpsobbingKhức ikức unhiêm.She cried sobbing.3.4.2.1Sad
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nhannhéoqɲəɲ.ɲɛwʔexpof something bobbing up and down rapidly in fast stream
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toachtṵacexclexclamation of spear stabbing
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clóq1klɔʔexpsound of rubbing woodcfet ot
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prâhprɤhvsmischievous, fearless, e.g., a child climbing trees, etc.cfprayh
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rbâuqʔər.bɤwʔvtclaw--grabbing a claw-fullcfcabâuq
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tilưntilɯːnvspersist in wrong, like thumbing nose at authorityYoa acâp táq ma do dơi táq.Tell him to stop doing something, but he keeps on doing it.Also to mock, repeating whatever one says.cflưtcaus: talưt
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tứmtɯmvhit with bottom of fist (as if stabbing)7.7.1Hit
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vuôpwuəpvdoing something contrary to desire or best interest, e.g., taking when other person did not really want to give, or vice versa; fish grabbing hook; buying because someone says it is good3.3.3.3Persuade
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leːvsrecovered; buoyed up; satisfiedArâq pôc ayóung cốh aleq, ma bíq mâh nxíq cốh xáng béinh aliêh.Lie climbing high so tired, but rest for a little and feel good and ready to go again.Arâq aleq lư ma bôn ngoiq amâh nngam cốh ixáng bưih nnáng hál.Very tired but drink smthg. sweet so buoyed up, not tired or thirsty.
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tarpíhtər.pihvtsteal; take awayDyê ngcốh át pe, poan pêl ape ính tarpíh campay achít.After three or four meals, they wanted to steal No.10’s wife.Cốh ngéq cantóuh akeaih idứh tarpíh píh xâr.Then all of the nine were trying to beat each other climbing.6.8.9.1Steal
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tróhtrɔhproallIxáng carxang ngai lốh búl nal parcring parcroung ipôc tróh na daq cốh ihôm ticál toui choui.One hears the sound of people turning over rocks, bing-bong, they go all along the river so one sees dirty, muddy water.Ngéq tróh ape ân te veil ngai pôc rchúng tốq dúng do.Everyone from the village they went and gathered at his house.9.2.3Pronouns
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vaơiqwɯ̰ːjʔvgrab also--when not supposed to.Do vaơiq peih ac.Of child grabbing something told not.8.3.5.5Imitate
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xâr1sɤr1vlgo up; ascend; climb upAvóuq lư iêuq ma yôl hôi xâr carta.Grandfather is very old but still good at climbing the ladder.cfxưc17.2.2.4Move up2viimprovesyncráh pangcratáh patôi
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beicbḭːkvtbait hook; hookCư dyê tốq daq, cư dyeal tuloui beic abayh.Arriving at the river, I took a worm and baited the hook.synbing
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parteacpər.tḭakvschafeLike rubbing bone on bone.
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