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adơiʔadɤːjstill; always; many times; over and overIpôc tâp nám ticuôi ân cáh ngai táq ping kếh ngai tâp tru adơi clâp plô adơi ngai tâp.They go bury--if a person that they don’t make a mausoleum for, then they bury deep over the head, they bury.Ma nám cáh i–ính adơi anáq o ma dơi cáh i–ính kếh nnhoup ma cáh i–ính, itông day nnâh tangcóng vi dyê campay.But if he still doesn’t want her, even though pretty or ugly, but he still doesn’t want her, then he says, “I’m a married man, I already have a wife.”cfa–ưi2pl dial.: ê, âp
âh1ʔɤhforementioned; anaphoric pronoun ‘our’Kếh ixear táq âh bar lám ngcán ân kéiq culay priêng.Then they went down and fought the forementioned two women that picked fruit.Acay âh icounh tuyê ngcốh ân a–ay.The forementioned children’s monster father was sick.Imoq âh ldup lkhoung lâyq yốh hôi bôn ticu.His forementioned sister was flat on her back and couldn’t sit up.Nhóung icounh két âh táq tangcóng icóung, o lư tanh.Look at our little man acting like a married man, weaving so nicely.Tư chou tốq tíh te nen cán ape Arứm íh âh ape Cavaq.From returning there from land of Arưm women, they are not the forementioned of Cavaq.Ngai cúm adyưng anha cloi ati âh dáng xic.They clamped feet and tied hands of forementioned with chains.Do pôc lâng, xua ixai âh Ximôn.He went immediately to find his forementioned brother, Simon.Vi mâh náq nốh âh Dyon.There was one, name of forementioned, John.Cốh campay do âh Êli-xabêt át caréiq.Then his forementioned wife, Elizabeth, was hiding.This âh occurs at the end of a noun phrase. In the first example below, it appears that âh is the head of a noun phrase, or is a noun phrase followed by an appositional noun phrase. (Meaning not clear.)cfamâh2anhâhcl: náqapâhcl: náqdâh2idứh 19.2.3Pronouns
anhúq1ʔaɲuʔbear, suffer; endureNám táq lâyq phep cốh ma anhúq pếq acay, cốh nnau canhin moui láh a–eq ado dúng xu cruông cuteac.If act immoral so suffer pregnancy, so they must repent and it’s a sin against the community and region.Campay tông, “Amouih adâh Achít your cucheit, amouih ma imo hôi itáq, anhuq cucheit íh vi i–ính.”His wife said, “Pity for Achít dying, pity, but what can one do, suffer death though not wanted.”Cư dông parlai nnéh chom nám anhúq prứp cốh i–ính.I brought this medicine, not knowing if I might suffer a fall and so need it.Anhúq bo acân, achai dông ao bo.Will suffer rain later, so bring your raincoat.Acân anhúq idau, achai mout tốq dúng cư.If you suffer nightfall, come into my house.Bưih yốh anhúq cucheit.Not yet suffered death.Ki mang anhuq cucheit.Destiny to suffer death.Adversative but not passive. Cannot take a clause as complement as VN bị can?; Only in adversative cases of trường_hợp. cfbiqcholpl dial.:choul
cadângkadɤŋholdNgai tâc tốq yang ngai a–eq itun cadâng acay két aham axiêt.They sacrifice to spirit, taboo to follow holding a bloody small child.Campay tôm pứq, cư cadâng campay tua két.The first wife is provided for well, but I provide little for the last wife.
Cáh[C]ahaccidentally; involuntary; unfortunate action markerAbưih cray táh catét atéh campay may.Don’t accidentally knock over your wife’s basket.Icốh utóung cốh ngéq cốh cốh cháh pachúng.He tied it up completely but it involuntarily gathered together.Reduplicates root-initial Consonant.; A ta- prefix usually marks involuntary action as well.
cartúhkər.tuhsuffered to go out of their wayDyê ngcốh cốh ape cartúh chou tốq dúng campay achít.After that they went out of their way to return to No.10’s wife’s house.
catétkatɛtweigh 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.
cathéckathɛkbeatNgéq acay campay iyour púh iyour cathec.All the children and wives raised up and hit, raised up and grab.
chiaciə??Cáh, campay a–ám tưi, ma campay ma chia a–i cáh hôi.No, the father’s wife too, but a wife that ?? mother--it’s not okay.
idếhʔidehlike thatIdếh kếh dơi yo ndo campay tôm.Like-that?? so it’s still because it belongs to the first wife.Kếh ngai pour chưm adâh llong ngkếh, a–úh idếh.So they helped provide for that tree, a derelict like that.
iyốqʔijoʔpossessed husbandIkếh in calloui iyốq ki yôl campay la campay iyư yon tanna ân cayh rvayh ân dyeam tammông ân alang cang ân abel.Like that if husband is absent and the wife remains, she remembers to give rich, delicious food and melodious speech.
ngâh1ŋɤhunknown meaningNgâh u–ôi, “Day lâyq châm cui.”That is, he replied, “I can’t carry it.”Callúng ngâh ndóung dáng cruông daq.In some?? time in a river valley.Tambây lâyq vi lư táq ngâh xáq, ucháh âh nưm.Haphazardly hasn’t really fought such?? demons, he chopped it only.Kếh ngai cou ngâh itiêh uih tua.So they because just?? one ignites fire in treetops.Ikếh he tông ngâh tar–a.Like that we speak just?? in order to discuss.Vi yu campay cư nnâh cucheit kếh patun do ân yôl tumóung, do plây cha cư ân chêt két nưm ngâh mâh phân cư.For example my wife dies so they give offertory for the one who remains alive, he buys eat to me that dead a little only just?? a part of me.Lâyq idyoun ân ngâh callaq mmo .Not to give that any?? worry at all.