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a–ay kidúh [ʔaʔaj kiduh] n bumping sickness bị nó đụng [From demon.] 2.5.2. Disease
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idau idứh [ʔidaw ʔidɯh] adv.t last night tối hôm qua syn: idau inô 8.4.1. Period of time. 1.1. Sky. 8.3.3.2. Dark (cmpd)
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kidúh [kiduh] v bump, stub (foot), hit against something sit: kidúh plô, adyưng, ati 7.7.1. Hit
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kidứh [kidɯh] Pronunc.Variant of idứh
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idau inô [ʔidaw ʔinoː] adv.t last night tối hôm qua syn: idau idứh 8.4.1. Period of time. 1.1. Sky. 8.3.3.2. Dark (cmpd)
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doq₂ [dɔːʔ] aux perfective (PFV); completive giữ Cốh acay doq cammáng tốq xéiq nôra. So child left/kept listened (instructions) until grown. Ngai doq treang ngáh hóng. They had blocked the mouth of the hole. Icounh idứh doq nhóung nưm. Their father just took a look. [When occurring before another verb, doq could be translated literally, and in the case of semantic compound, it must. However, the sheer frequency before other verbs indicates a grammatical function. In most instances it could be translated as past tense, but past is normally unmarked. Occasionally ‘perfect’ would work well, as in Ngcốh_cư doq_dyoun_ado_ipe… ‘Now I have given to you…’ However, it seems best to consider doq to mark ‘perfective’ or ‘completive’ in contrast to ‘imperfective’ or ‘continuative’ marked by át. There is usually a sense of finality. What is true of past action must also be true of future action, e.g,] leave; put
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