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acâyqʔakɤjʔin 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.
dâh1dɤhto; in order toInoi itông dâh a–em dâh achai la ô cơt, ô o.Speak and talk to y.siblings and to o.siblings respectfully and nicely.Ikếh mêng thoar dâh chom vi itaq vi tarhau ndo chính phu.Like that I tell to-him/her to know there are nurses and medicine of the gov’t.Short form of ado. 9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
a–ír atingʔaʔir ʔatiːŋloud, of sounds: music, gongs, horn, earthquake; rumblingDo plóng tangcoi carngong a–ír ating iên parchúng ngéq.He blows the horn loudly in order to gather all.
aduʔaduːget under cover from rain or sunIên tanga angai ân át dáng tarngáp tarngouiq, angai ân át adu ân cucheit.In order to shine light to those that live in the darkness, to those who stay in the shadow of death.Icốh may mout adu tốq callúng ati YR.Like that you enter shelter in God’s hand.
cavôkawoːoutstretched arms inviting (child) to comeIpe coq carvô vô arâq Crit cavô he iên dông ân nnôr mpếh ndo Yang Rbang.You should accept each other as Christ has accepted us, in order to bring the joy of God.
nchángʔəɲcaŋevenCư mál hôm achai ncháng mâh chư.I’m looking forward to seeing him even just once.Achau xếq, ngcốh pôc babayh iên ibôn cha ncháng llám xeaq llám boaiq.Grandson is mature, now go fishing in order to be able to eat even one fish.Ncháng acâp cư pi abưih uchom.Even I must not tell lest he would know.cfadíh
ngâh1ŋɤhunknown meaningNgâh u–ôi, “Day lâyq châm cui.”That is, he replied, “I can’t carry it.”Callúng ngâh ndóung dáng cruông daq.In some?? time in a river valley.Tambây lâyq vi lư táq ngâh xáq, ucháh âh nưm.Haphazardly hasn’t really fought such?? demons, he chopped it only.Kếh ngai cou ngâh itiêh uih tua.So they because just?? one ignites fire in treetops.Ikếh he tông ngâh tar–a.Like that we speak just?? in order to discuss.Vi yu campay cư nnâh cucheit kếh patun do ân yôl tumóung, do plây cha cư ân chêt két nưm ngâh mâh phân cư.For example my wife dies so they give offertory for the one who remains alive, he buys eat to me that dead a little only just?? a part of me.Lâyq idyoun ân ngâh callaq mmo .Not to give that any?? worry at all.
tarpíh píhtər.pih pihtaking away; fighting over something, e.g., things or positions; competingNgéq cantóuh akeaih idứh tarpíh píh xâr.All nine were fighting to be first to climb.Âp lư ngai tartáq ngai tarveng, tarpíh píh ính táq xaxai.They fought each other a lot, taking away from each other in order to become chief.syntarpíh tarpour4.8.2Fight
tatóungtatṵŋbind; tie up; anchorTarcál taq ân ntáng iên tatóung tau dáng tardi biên.A piece of heavy iron in order to anchor the ship in the middle of the sea.
ado2ʔadɔːDative 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, postpositions22.214.171.124Beneficiary of an event126.96.36.199Recipient (of a patient)188.8.131.52Beneficiary (of a patient)