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achúh dyounʔacuh ʄṵːnvtentrust; commend; hand over4.3.4.5.3Entrust to the care of
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dyoun achúhʄṵːn ʔacuhvtentrust; commend; hand over4.3.4.5.3Entrust to the care of
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dyoun manhʄṵːn maːɲvtlend; loanTools, clothes.; MK6.8.5.1Lend6.8.5Borrow
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dyoun mpôʄṵːn ʔəmpoːvtshare
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dyoun tou hôi tubéiqʄṵːn tṵː hoːj tubḭʔvpconsider self better; acting proudlyAcâp ayóung cang tammông.Don’t act like you are someone.Negative.
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dyoun váqʄṵːn waʔvtlend; loanMoney, food.; MK6.8.5.1Lend6.8.5Borrow
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dyoun1ʄṵːnauxlet; cause; permitLâyq ngai dyoun icounh idứh cha.They didn’t let their father eat.Cadứq nnéh phai pidóh ma dyoun o vaih carta.This squash must explode and cause a ladder to appear.Tiriaq ngcốh ám dyoun ado pe Hu váq.That buffalo father gave to one of Hu to borrow.See that the Dative can contain a clause as well as a NP. May_thoar_dyoun_acư_hôm is another example, but could also be said without the Dative.3.3.4.1Give permission
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dyoun2ʄṵːnvt2giveDo dyoun hưt, dyoun pêq, dyoun póung adóuc tarla.He gave tobacco, gave bananas, gave taro, potatoes.Amâh may ính bôn, he dyoun do cốh amay, amâh ính.Whatever you want to have, we give that to you, whatever want.cfdoq1caus: padoq, tadoq; nomi: pardoq; recp: tardoq; invol: tadoq; rep: didoq, dadoq6.8.3.1Give, donate3.3.4.1Give permission
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padyounpaʄṵːnvtcause giveNgâh dyeal práq te do néh, padyoun ado do ân bôn mâh chít dóung.Take the money from this one, give to him who has ten piasters.Perhaps causative because the master is telling employee to do it for him?
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rdyóungʔərʄṵŋauxpick upToup linh rdyóung crang, dông tamout.The soldiers picked him up to carry in.Used of several picking up by various parts
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tadyountaʄṵːnvtgive; allow
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táq dyountaʔ ʄṵːnvtcause
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tardyountər.ʄṵːnvishare
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thoar dyounthṵar ʄṵ:nvt2inform
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a=1ʔaːpro.clitdative to/forIdóng ado cun kin amêng cun kin.They give to him half and to me half.Mêng pachou, mêng bôn amêng.Self takes home, self takes to-one’s-self.Precedes one-syllable pronoun. ado precedes two-syllable pronouns.; Sometimes found written separately in texts, as either a or o. acưunspec. comp. formʔakɯːproto meDyoun acư au.Give to me.1SG dative.cfaday9.2.3Pronounsamayunspec. comp. formʔamajproto you2SG Dative9.2.3Pronouns
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acâp2ʔakɤpimpernegative command, ‘Don’t’; forbidApe reang ngáh hóng acâp dyoun achít ngốh cốh tốq hóng.They filled the mouth of the hole so not to allow No.10 to get out of the hole.syndyoqnomi: padyoq, pardyoq; recp: tardyoq; rep: dyidyoqêq1cfdyoqnomi: padyoq, pardyoq; recp: tardyoq; rep: dyidyoq4.9.5.6.1Taboo3.3.4.2Refuse permission
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acâyqʔakɤjʔadvin order to be prepared in advanceCantóuh ân tanghoar doq thoar acâyq dyoun ngai chom parnai ân tốq mammát.The prophets announced in order to prepare them to know matters in the future.
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ado2ʔadɔːprepDative to/forNgai dyoun ado icounh táq.They gave (it) to their father to fix.Ngai táh ado Achít.They discarded (it) to Achít.Ado appears to have been derived from clitic a= plus do ‘3SG’ in order to precede two syllable pronouns, nouns and proper nouns. However, the Kadô dialect indicates that it was probably derived from a non-clitic a plus do. 9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions9.5.1.1Beneficiary of an event9.5.3.2Recipient (of a patient)9.5.3.1Beneficiary (of a patient)
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amâh llaʔamɤh ʔəl.laːamâh alaeverything; whateverproeverything; whateverAmâh ala do ính cốh dơi ngai dyoun.Whatever he wants, they give to him.9.2.3.2Indefinite pronouns
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angôiʔaŋoːjvirestDo dyoun ngai ân cray chiuq diêiq arức bôn át bôn angôi.He let those who had suffered to get to stay get to rest.synangôcaus:pangô; nomi:parngô; recp:rngô
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apáhʔapahvt2expose, reveal; uncover; make visible; showYang Rbang doq apáh ado cứp nnáq carna ân do táq dyoun Avóuq Yêxu tumóung aliêh te ân dyê cheit.God has revealed to everyone the way he gave the Lord Jesus to live again from death.
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areaqʔarḭaʔvtseverely punish, oppress, demand the impossible, e.g., of spirits in this life or the nextYoa areaq do táq.Tell him to do something to suffer.Dyoun do areaq parnô parra.Let it (spirit) cause suffering in the future.Like being ordered to do whatever will cause the greatest suffering, like ordering people to hike barefoot who have never gone without shoes.; Not killed, but forced to suffer so wished for death.cfráh areaq
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ayóungʔajṵŋvs1tallO lư a–ứm, apong pưt tôm ayóung.Very good corn, large ears, tall stalks.antng–êpcfiyóungtoiq38.2.2.2Tall2highMay xâr ticu ntúq ân ayóung taniêng.Climb up and sit in a place high above.cftâl yâl3figproud; self importantYang Rbang a–ính, chíl do ân tacang ayóung dyoun tou cốh hôi tubéiq clât ngai.God resists those who speak proudly, putting self smarter than others.anttưp lomcfhóung móuhsit: pi hóung móuh4.3.2.3Proud
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boiqbɔːjʔnfortune tellerCán ngcốh táq boiq dyeal tiên práq dyoun ado ân padúng.That woman told fortunes and took money to give to her owner.VN
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bɯːvocdearAchai bư, dyoun acư chicha.Dear friend, give me something to eat.Especially used together with kinterm or name when pleading.cfhơơ
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