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acay counhʔakaj kṵːɲn.kinson4.1.9Kinship
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achong idưpʔacɔːŋ ʔidɯːpnBru country; where the Bru livecfpaxiêngtarrêng1.2.1Land
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cacóunkakṵnadjcurved; hunched; bent overKhoiq mâh chít ticol cumo dyê dưnh, kic cacoun touq couq lâyq imo hôi tayứng tinâng.For 18 years she was bent over and couldn’t straighten up.
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cacounhkakṵːɲnmales; menApe cacounh câl anha tal ính táq piday.Men chop trees to clear fields.2Person
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carcóunkər.kṵnnof crooked backcfcóuc1cutóun
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coang candau anhouq ticóungkṵaŋ kəndaw ʔaɲṵːʔ tikṵŋidiombarge in??Ipôc nnáh ngai tông imout coang candau anhouq ticóung, imout tau parnha túc dit íh vi ân lom iyan pran hoan.To go here they say one enters like a bull in a china cupboard, one enters very wealthy, not being weak willed.
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counkṵːnvtwait for; ambush; anticipateCư át coun péinh achéiq.I am waiting to shoot a bird.Ngai coun táq couiq.They lie in ambush to attack.Usually followed by a verbal complement, but can be followed by a noun phrase.syncâyq táqpk dial.: conpân1caus: tapân6.4.1Hunt7.2.7.3Wait
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cóunkṵnntail, endcfcróng
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coun câyqkṵːn kɤjʔvtwait to meet someoneCư coun câyq achai dưnh lư.I waited to meet you for a long time.7.2.7.3Wait
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cóun ngcóunkṵn ʔəŋkṵnexphunching along; crooked back person walking
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cóungkṵŋnlaborers, especially from neighboring villagesNeighboring villages may have cooperative relationship, e.g., for feast of digging up the graves.6.1.1Worker
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coung móuhkṵːŋ mṵhnprideLike having smart kids.syncatecfahư
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cóung pinóuhkṵŋ pinṵhnlaborers, especially from neighboring villages
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counh cánkṵːɲ kann.kinparents4.1.9Kinship
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counh parcheinkṵːɲ pər.cḭːnnchief, judgecfchein2
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counh1kṵːɲvsmaleHuman gender.antcán2cpart:counh; title:parcán1.6.7Male and female animals4.1.2Types of people
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counh2kṵːɲnman; father (when possessed)cfcoang1cl: lám4.1.2Types of people2.6.4.4Adult
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cruôngkruəŋn1country; area, river valley4.6.7.1Country1.2.1.4Valley2of the wilderness; wild, e.g., prairie chicken, forest spiritssynmương1.6.1.2Bird
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cuteac abôn bômkutḭak ʔaboːn boːmnindependent country
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díngdiŋvreckon, figure, count, think (but not say anything)syndíccaus: padíc, tadíc; nomi: pardíc; recp: tardíc; invol: tadíckidíngsit: rngíh kidíngrngíhcaus: pangíh; pa dial.: parngíhtíng2caus: padíc, tadíc; nomi: pardíc; recp: tardíc; invol: tadíc
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icounhʔikṵːɲn.kinfather (referential term, e.g., ‘his man’)Day ính hôm icounh may.I want to see your father.I- added to kin terms whenever possessed.cfparcounhpa pk dial.: par–ám; cpart: parcán; rt: counh4.1.9Kinship
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muôn ứcmuən ɯknumuncountable
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ngai ngcounhŋaːj ʔəŋkṵːɲnmen, as a class
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ngcóungʔəŋkṵŋncenter stem of leaf
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ngcóung móuhʔəŋkṵŋ mṵhnbridge-of-nose2.1.1Head1.6.2Parts of an animal
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