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achécʔacɛkvtsting, burn, irritateAlso used of people who irritate or disrespect.
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atóuq roiqʔatṵʔ rɔːjʔnheartburn; impatient; anxious; strong feelings; upset3.4.2.3.1Annoyed3.4.2.4.1Worried3.4.2.1.6Upset
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bónhbɔɲvtset fire; burnIhôm cuyâq uih ichóng ibónh do xâr tốq rbang.They saw smoke from burning fires that rose to the sky.5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn
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bóuhbṵhvt1roast in fire; roast in ashesUcút, bóuh, cha xéich adơaih.He cut, roasted and ate monkey meat.cfângnomi: par–âng; recp: tar–âng; invol: ta–âng; rep: a–âng; nomi: ntângcatau1caxeicsit: caxeic boaiqeaihtacóuh5.2.1.1Cooking methods2burnNgai dông bóuh pruaq tốq uih.They took and burned it up in the fire.synchóng bóuh5.5.4Burn4.9.5.4Religious ceremony3burn incenseNdóung Xacari bóuh kicul cốh ngai canńh át dáng taltiêh canưi.When Zechariah burned incense, the others stayed outside praying.5.5.4Burn
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bóuh pruaqbṵh pruəʔvtroast in ashes; burn incense
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carhangkər.haːŋviburnedNgai carhang caryóung cou béinh lư ân atóuq.They were burned by the strong heat.Also used for heat of passion.
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carhang caryóungkər.haːŋ kər.jṵŋviburned
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catkaːtvsburn; burnedCáh yốh vi llong, cat âh dyê.There weren’t yet any trees, they were completely burned up.Must not say “doui_cat”. syntangcat róh5.5.4Burn
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chaiqcaːjʔvispark; burnDamo ân vi chaiq kếh hôi anha avaih uih.Whatever burned they were able to make fire.VN
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chanchóngcəɲcɔŋviburning fields5.5.4Burn
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chéh pallocɛh pəl.lɔːviburn
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chéh2cɛhviburnLli ngkếh kếh uih avai axuôi, llong lleng, ngéq cuteac ma ngéq chéh.That flood followed fire first, all vegetation of all the earth burned.5.5.4Burn
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chóngcɔŋvtburn; set afire; e.g., burn off field after chopping and clearingChir mâh túc dáng clang rpúc cốh chóng o róh ngcat ngéq.Everything on earth will be set on fire so completely burned up.synbeitnomi: parbeit; pk dial.: bet, chéhcfatiêh1sit: atiêh uihhoarngcatrt-v: tangcatróhinvol: taróh; caus: piróh5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn
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chóng bóuhcɔŋ bṵhvtburn upsynbóuh 2
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doui ngcatdṵːj ʔəŋkaːtnburned rice5.2.3.4Prepared food
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hoarhṵarvtburn up, ignite something smallcfchóngcaus: pachóng; nomi: parchóng; recp: tarchóng; invol: tachóng; rep: chanchóng, chichóng5.5.4Burn
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kicul kicaikikuːl kikaːjviburn incense5.5.4Burn
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kiêngkiəŋnmetal charcoal burner with three feet
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nângnɤŋvroast away from fire, don’t burncfângnomi: par–âng; recp: tar–âng; invol: ta–âng; rep: a–âng; nomi: ntângntâng2
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ngcatʔəŋkaːtviburned; charred; scorchedDo ân hôi táq com arâq do ân táq xiêc vi hôi táq ân ngai bóuh yâyq ma ngai pru ma vaih ngcat.He that is able to work black(smith) like he that makes chains can work what they scorch paper but they blow and it burns.cfchóngcaus: pachóng; nomi: parchóng; recp: tarchóng; invol: tachóng; rep: chanchóng, chichóngróhinvol: taróh; caus: piróh5.5.4Burn
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ngcat ntroanhʔəŋkaːt ʔəntrṵaɲviburned upAlong ale anha ngéq ca xác bát ma ngcat ntroanh.The trees and brush and all the grass was completely burned up.5.5.4Burn
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paldóungpəl.dṵŋviburned (of flesh)syntuc pluc2.5.3Injure
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pangcatpəŋ.kaːtvtburn upUih ân chóng pangcat.Fire that burns up completely.
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picatpikaːtvcause to burn (food)
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piróhpirɔhvtburn, cause to be burned (house)syntaróhcfróhinvol: taróh; caus: piróh5.5.4Burn
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