chro cong tannong achóhcrɔː kɔːŋ tən.nɔːŋ ʔacɔhrice, barn and allAvốq Iniêng xear cha, cha chro cong tannong achóh ngéq.Grandfather Above came down to eat, ate rice, barn and all completely.Four word idiom
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nnongʔən.nɔːŋgrown up area where fields are clearedCốh upôc tốq nnong itáq piday.Then he went to the woods to make a field.
i=2ʔidial. var.I=clitic form of ngâh unspecified (UNS) or anaphoric subject, ‘one, they, you’ (Imp.)Bâl ixeang bâl ihâp, acâp carlâc nnáng daq!Enough wind, enough rushing, don’t make waves anymore water!Second person when used in commands and wishes; Can be used in a clause modifying a noun where English would use a ‘to’ or ‘for’ purpose clause, e.g., Cốh_upôc_tốq_nnong_itáq_piday. ‘Then he went to the woods to make a field.’ Carchóllâyq_chom_amâh_i–ính. ‘C didn’t know what to want.’; I- appears to be the 2nd person imperative treating ‘wind’ and ‘waves’ as verbs.18.104.22.168Indefinite pronouns