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kiculkikuːln1pine-like tree with sap used as incensecfangospec: tôm angoroqcl:nnôm2sap burned for ceremony, like incense4.9.5.5Offering, sacrifice2.3.4Smell
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kicul kicaikikuːl kikaːjviburn incense5.5.4Burn
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tarpông rbóuh kicultər.poːŋ ʔər.bṵh kikuːlnincense burner
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xêt kiculseːt kikuːlnmyrrh
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bóuhbṵhvt1roast in fire; roast in ashesUcút, bóuh, cha xéich adơaih.He cut, roasted and ate monkey meat.cfângnomi: par–âng; recp: tar–âng; invol: ta–âng; rep: a–âng; nomi: ntângcatau1caxeicsit: caxeic boaiqeaihtacóuh5.2.1.1Cooking methods2burnNgai dông bóuh pruaq tốq uih.They took and burned it up in the fire.synchóng bóuh5.5.4Burn4.9.5.4Religious ceremony3burn incenseNdóung Xacari bóuh kicul cốh ngai canńh át dáng taltiêh canưi.When Zechariah burned incense, the others stayed outside praying.5.5.4Burn
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curukuruːndiviner, sorcererNgai lâyq chom, cốh ngai paxear curu, ngai kicul kicai. Cốh dyê tốq curu xear cốh ngai plốh, ngai canưi curu, “Thoar dyoun yang amâh cha do néh vaih a–ay, peday tức bayh.”Traditionally, Pacoh diviners are women. The idea of having male diviners, as among the Bru, is considered scary. 4.9.4Miracle, supernatural power
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angoʔaŋɔːnpine treecfkicul 11.5.1Tree
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roqrɔːʔnincense, aloe wood (Pacoh use the tree--not incense sticks)cfkicul 11.5.1Tree6.6.3.1Lumbering
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