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canúckanukvsdriedIngay mmo ma át plây dyíh boaiq canúc.Every day we are buying always dried? fish.
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cardyápkər.ʄapvsshriveled; withered ; dried upcfrángcaus: piráng1.3.3.1Dry
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hoathṵatndried up trees from fire
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ng–ôtʔəŋʔoːtvdried or wrung out even if not completely drycfprengcaus: pipreng
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ngngát dóhʔəŋ.ŋat dɔhvidried up
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nngát2ʔəŋ.ŋatvwater dried up--from sun or stove; recededMa tư dyê nngát dyê daq ngkếh.But from when that water had receded/ was already dried up.
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rángraŋvsdried up, wiltedcfcardyápprengcaus: pipreng1.3.3.1Dry
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arua2ʔaruənbug that eats dried meat1.6.1.7Insect
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cancróqkənkrɔʔndried in dirt--won’t wash out; stain5.6.1Clean, dirty
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lavítlawitncotton-like tinder to start fire; dried shavings from kind of palmsynpui
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ngóuqŋṵʔndead tree, dried up but not yet fallen
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puipuːjntinder; made from pounded, dried vine; punk for carrying ember a long distancesynlavít
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dóh1dɔhauxaccidentally; involuntarilyDaq pưt ngngát dóh idoq paiq doq xa carna.The river dried up causing to clear a road.Dóh is the form of reduplicative Cáh that occurs before verbs beginning with do.
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dyíhʄihadvalways, all the timeIngay mmo ma át plây dyíh boaiq canúc.Every day we are buying always dried? fish.So fed up; tired of it.
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parhoutpər.hṵːtviimmediatelyCốh tôm tarúng ngcốh parhout lâng ráng.Then that fig tree immediately dried up.
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arángʔaraŋvstanColor of wilted dried leaves.
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