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avílʔawilviblowMâh nnôm aróng areng cray xeang avíl xeang pru.A stem of grass blown by the wind.cfpru1.1.2.1Blow air2.2.1Breathe, breath
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caltaihkəl.taːsvsglancing blowDyê layh cray táh caltaih cray candóup, ngéq tarpil xóuc xeal.When it fired a glancing blow right on his rear, it pealed off all the fur.
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carxúngkər.suŋadvof wind blowing hard and stirring up dirt and ashes
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caxeir2kasḭːrvblow nose
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cu–úhkuʔuhvtblowCốh ipe táq xeang bao cu–úh paliêh calai nháng nnéh.So you cause the wind to blow our boat back.
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mán cunman kuːnvblow healthy breath, exercise magic2.2.1Breathe, breath
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mpơai iyơapʔəmpɯ̰aj ʔijɯ̰apexpof wind blowing leaves back and forth
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pallóuhpəl.lṵhnblow gun--uses arrows furled on end instead of feathered
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pheitphḭːtvtblow on fire; of wind to blowsynpru
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prouihprṵːsvblow out water, or fire if a dragon2.2.3Spit, saliva
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prupruːviblowXeang pru.Wind blows.synpheitsit: pheit uihcfavíl1.1.2.1Blow air2.2.1Breathe, breath
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rmơaiqʔər.mɯ̰ajʔnblown water1.3.2Movement of water
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tâhtɤhvtblow, e.g., wind blow roof awayXeang tâh mur dúng.Wind blew roof house.
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úhʔuhvblow instrument
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xeangsḭaŋ1nwindsyntulúng2spec: nno tulúng; pa dial.: nam1.1.3.1Wind1.1.3Weather2viwind; blowAcâp ixeang acâp ibo.Don’t blow don’t rain.A noun in my thinking, but appears to be a verb as well since it can take the i= subject clitic.syntulúng1xeang pru1.1.3Weather

xeang 1wind

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xeang prusḭaŋ pruːclwind blowssynxeang 2sound: a–uq
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a–aoʔaʔaːwnpain in mouth when eating or after blowing hard
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atoaʔatṵavtwipe on medicine, as using hand to apply ointment; also the sorcerer’s wiping his hand across sick area after blowing on handAtoa tarhau palai.To apply medicine with hand.synxixat7.7.5Rub
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candíngkən.diŋnmusical instrument blown into like hornDo ân pôc veil dông tangcoi, dông candíng, plóng hout ihout pou ipou dáng parnóuh veil.Those who went to the village took horns, took horns, played entertaining at the village entrance.
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catétkatɛtvtweigh down so can’t move or blow away; sleep on top of child--suffocateAbưih cray táh catét atéh campay may.Avoid accidentally landing on your wife’s basket.
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nam2naːmnwind blowing from southNot as strong as tulưng.
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toat1tṵatnflute, oboe--blown into side

toat1flute ; oboe

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a–ír atingʔaʔir ʔatiːŋexploud, of sounds: music, gongs, horn, earthquake; rumblingDo plóng tangcoi carngong a–ír ating iên parchúng ngéq.He blows the horn loudly in order to gather all.
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carnhuyqkər.ɲujʔvipanic stricken; filled with terrorTốq uhôm xeang pru lư hâp, do your carnhuyq.When he saw the wind blowing very powerfully, he was panic-stricken.
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