ndơam [ʔəndɯ̰am] v trample; hurt-oneself foolishly Arâq do ân chom vi chuôt ma do pôc cray, cốh arâq do. Vi do ân tông moui ma do pôc iniêng, arâq do dếq parnai ngai. Like one who knows there is a trap but he goes right to it, like him. There are those who say one thing but go over, like he steps on people’s trap. [Trampling on another’s words like going through thorns.] syn: roaq
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roaq [rṵaʔ] vt fence or contract breaking Do roaq parnai, arâq nnéh carrong ma carróq roaq cou ính mout cha. Lâng ticuôi ma roaq parnai--lâyq tun parnai ngai. Like cattle breaking down a fence to get into pasture, or person breaking agreement to get something better. syn: ndơam caus: parroaq ‘to act as if didn’t know fence/agreement was breached’