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-suffix DUPvsfxstylistic amplificationKe, châq nháng tartran tran, may tran day, day tran may." "Friend, let's draw (paint) on each other, you draw on me, I'll draw on you."
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a aliaqʔaː ʔaliəhvtaccuse; denounceÊ lư callong ngai tông a rliaq may.They accuse you of many things.
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a âp eap ay âp eapʔa ʔɤp ʔḭap ʔaj ʔɤp ʔḭapidiomseriously (hurt), deathly (sick)
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a axán ay axánʔaː ʔasan ʔaj ʔasanidiombad cold; cough2.5.1Sick
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a công ouiqʔaː koːŋ ʔṵjʔidiomrooster; cocksyncôngcl: lám
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a khot ứmʔaː khɔːt ʔɯmidiomcook corn with rice
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a liqʔaː liːʔvpargue a case
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a rliêhʔaː ʔər.liəhvaccusesyncaoqrecp: tarcaoqnưqpi thoar
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a-1ʔaː1n.kin.pfxprefix for kin termsAvóuq: Vóuq Hiên cốh ivóuq Dưc tưi.Grandfather: Grandfather Hien is Dưc’s grandfather too.As seen in the example, the parvóuq 'grandfather title' drops the a- while the possessive form replaces it with i-. Kinterms usually occur with a-, except when they are used as titles, or when replaced by i- indicating possession.2n.pfxprefix for body partsAnáq dyoat dyưng, lâyq châm tarlúq; anáq apúq ti lâyq châm tarteic,...Although crippled leg, so can't pull each other; although swollen arm so can't carry each other,...Most nouns that begin with a- never drop the a-, making it questionable whether it is a prefix for them. However, others, such as kinterms and body parts often do, but never as citation forms. Some rules for dropping a- still need to be worked out.
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a-2ʔa:v.pfxcausative prefixVaih > Avaih.Appear > Create (cause to appear).Cf. abôn ‘get’ with bôn ‘have’synpa-
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a-3ʔaːnum.pfxordinalAmoui, Achít.No.1 son, No.10 son.8.1.1.2Ordinal numbers
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a-4ʔa:v.pfxnegationMay ính cha lâyq? Abéinh.You want to eat? No.Cf. avaih ‘PA neg’ with vaih ‘appear’
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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 anhiʔaʔam ʔaɲiːn.kinelders
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a–angʔaʔaːŋvsinfantileNnau yôl uq daq tóuh cốh dơi yôl a–ang.Whoever still nurses breast milk is still infantile.
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a–aoʔaʔaːwnpain in mouth when eating or after blowing hard
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a–aơrʔaʔɯ̰:rnorphan pig6.3.1Domesticated animal
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a–âqʔaʔɤʔnhiccup2.2.1Breathe, breath
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a–âtʔaʔɤtnanimal1.6Animal
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a–ât achéiqʔaʔɤt ʔacḭʔnfauna; animals and birds; the animal kingdom1.6Animal
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a–ayʔaʔajvssick, ache, hurt; diseaseBưih a–ay bưih amáng.Not sick not sick.Discontinuous, interwoven modifiers.2.5.1Sicka–ay amángunspec. comp. formʔaʔaj ʔamaŋvssick, ache, hurt; diseasea–ay amáng ntáng ntróuqunspec. comp. formʔaʔaj ʔamaŋ ʔən.taŋ ʔən.trṵʔvssick, ache, hurt; disease
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a–âyʔaʔɤjprepconcerning; likeA–ây ado Hâng, Hâng ngcâp iyư cloun ngan.Concerning Hang, Hang don’t think about playing.9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions8.3.5.2.2Like, similar
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a–ay kidúhʔaʔaj kiduhnbumping sicknessFrom demon.2.5.2Disease
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a–ay kinengʔaʔaj kinɛːŋntoothache2.5.6.1Pain2.5.2.4Tooth decay
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