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a–ámʔaʔamn.kinfathercfachiêcachúh3cpart:ayán; pa dial.:achehachuôihcl:náq; cpart:achêh, acáqavóuq 1pa dial.: avốq; cpart: acáq; poss: ivóuq; title: parvóuq, U=4.1.9Kinship
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a–ám a–iʔaʔam ʔaʔiːn.kinparentsDialects that use counh cán also use a–ám a–i, but in non-possessive contexts.4.1.9Kinship
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a–ám két2ʔaʔam kɛtn.kinuncle; younger brother of father4.1.9Kinship
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a–em achaiʔaʔɛːm ʔacaːjn.kin1brothers and sisters; y.brothers and o.brothers; y.sisters and o.sisters4.1.9Kinship2brothers
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a–i a–ámnparents
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abouihʔabṵːsnkingfisher1.6.1.2Bird
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acamʔakaːmnchaff; rice husks; hullscfalácaxâq1axeinhpk dial.: axánhoum troinstr: adêngpiróung6.2.6.1Winnow grain1.5.5Parts of a plant
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achaiʔacaːjn.kinolder sibling of same sex; brother-in-law (m.s.) or sister-in-law (f.s.); also used as term of reference between unrelated fellows or unrelated girls, in which case age is not as important.Dáng néh vi a–em achai tông nám thét ahe.Here there are younger and elder brothers and sisters to tell if we do wrong.Xai xeam.Older and younger siblings.not used of siblings of opposite sex4.1.9Kinship
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achânʔacɤnn.kingreat great grandchildcfacaycl: lám; spec: acay pông ‘firstborn’, acay tandi ‘second-born’, acay tuha ‘third-born’, tulouiq ‘last’, mpứng ‘in-the-middle’, tardi ‘in-middle-of’achaucl: lám; title: chauachecl: lámchau2cl: lám; pl dial.: achau4.1.9Kinship
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achângʔacɤŋvtmeasure from finger tip to finger tip with arms outstretchedPôc mâh nxíq loi ape patouh loi cốh chom mâh chít achâng.Going a little further, they dropped it again so they knew (the depth) was ten arms breadths.Ca adyưng ca ati, rpang rkhơang do achâng, lâyq hôi itứp, câng.All feet and hands, he measured, unable to bury, difficult. (This translation--could be a verbal use.)Approximately five feet, or height of average man.cfbar tidacât2chuapacóngparchuart-v:ROOT8.2.8Measure

achângmeasure

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achapʔacaːpvsangry; wildAcóiq achap. Peh cardáh nlám.Tiger was angry. Picked up and bit one.Like bull that gores people.
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acháqʔacaʔvexplain, speak the whole body3.6.1Show, explain
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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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achauʔacawn.kingrandchildcfacaycl: lám; spec: acay pông ‘firstborn’, acay tandi ‘second-born’, acay tuha ‘third-born’, tulouiq ‘last’, mpứng ‘in-the-middle’, tardi ‘in-middle-of’achânpl dial.: achet; pa dial.: chatachecl: lámchau14.1.9Kinship
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achau acáqʔacaw ʔakaʔnpgrandchild-grandmothersynchau cáq
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achâyʔacɤjnpenissynachóuicudut2.1Body
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acheʔacɛːn.kingreat grandchildcfacaycl: lám; spec: acay pông ‘firstborn’, acay tandi ‘second-born’, acay tuha ‘third-born’, tulouiq ‘last’, mpứng ‘in-the-middle’, tardi ‘in-middle-of’achaucl: lám; title: chauachânpl dial.: achet; pa dial.: chatchau2cl: lám; pl dial.: achau4.1.9Kinship
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acheicʔacḭːkvs1tart, cause to pucker; bitterantngngamfig: cang ngngamcfadyóqfig:lom pallúng adyóqaháratauqpl dial.: atóuq2.3.3Taste2figharshAcâp itáq cang ân acheic aháq alứng campay.Don’t make tart speech with your wife.
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achetʔacɛːtn.kingreat great grandchild4.1.9Kinship
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aclóuq aleqʔaklṵʔ ʔalɛːʔvitired out for nothing, e.g., went on “wild goose chase”
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acuômʔakuəmvtput on blanket
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adéh xéngʔadɛh sɛŋncooking pan5.2.1.3Cooking utensil

adéh xéngcooking pan

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adúq1ʔaduʔn.kingirl from about ten to young ladyIkếh cáh chom imo adúq ngkếh a–ay.So don’t know why that little girl is sick.antanouqpa pc dial.: avư; pk dial.: anoq4.1.2Types of people
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adyưngʔaʄɯːŋdyưngnfoot, leg; foot of mountaincfplô1.2.1.1Mountain1.6.2Parts of an animal
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