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a-1ʔaː1n.kin.pfxprefix for kin termsAvóuq: Vóuq Hiên cốh ivóuq Dưc tưi.Grandfather: Grandfather Hien is Dưc’s grandfather too.As seen in the example, the parvóuq 'grandfather title' drops the a- while the possessive form replaces it with i-. Kinterms usually occur with a-, except when they are used as titles, or when replaced by i- indicating possession.2n.pfxprefix for body partsAnáq dyoat dyưng, lâyq châm tarlúq; anáq apúq ti lâyq châm tarteic,...Although crippled leg, so can't pull each other; although swollen arm so can't carry each other,...Most nouns that begin with a- never drop the a-, making it questionable whether it is a prefix for them. However, others, such as kinterms and body parts often do, but never as citation forms. Some rules for dropping a- still need to be worked out.
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a–ám a–iʔaʔam ʔaʔiːn.kinparentsDialects that use counh cán also use a–ám a–i, but in non-possessive contexts.4.1.9Kinship
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a–aoʔaʔaːwnpain in mouth when eating or after blowing hard
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a–ay pallúngʔaʔaj pəl.luŋnstomach ache; intestinal trouble2.5.6.1Pain2.5.1Sick
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a–i a–ámnparents
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acám2ʔakamvtillustrate, speak in parables, picture language, use examplesDo tóh itông ma dơi lâyq cammáng, arâq ibaq atao ân atiêh pláh aploang.He is repeatedly spoken to but still doesn’t listen, like sucking flat sugar cane, insipid.Tốq mo tarúm clóuh tốq cốh anóuh tun.Wherever needle pierces thread follows. (Said of a child that always follows--like a shadow.syncadyơcl: lám3.5.4.2Saying, proverb
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acâp táh patôiʔakɤp tah patoːjphDon’t move it around; keep things where they are
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acâyqʔakɤjʔadvin 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.
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achéq apongʔacɛʔ ʔapɔːŋnPangolin, anteater1.6.1.1.6Anteater, aardvark
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achiu patʔacḭːw paːtnlarge curved knife6.7.1Cutting tool
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acreicʔakrḭːknparakeet; love bird1.6.1.2Bird
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adéh apánnmetals or metal- workingDo cốh cốh do ân trouq tóuq adéh apán.He is a metal-worker [Lit. pours into molds pottery and brass].
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adéh parsrôq dơqʔadɛh pər.sroːʔ dɤːʔnwatering can6.2.4.3Irrigate
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adéh xéngʔadɛh sɛŋncooking pan5.2.1.3Cooking utensil

adéh xéngcooking pan

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adơaradṵarvtspank; slap-on-backcfpáhnomi: parpáh; recp: tarpáh; invol: tapáhpúhrecp: tarpúhtapnomi: tarnap; recp: tartap; invol: tatap
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áh r–áh páh rpôexpdivide into groups
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akeal pacaiʔakḭal pakaːjnwatermelon1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant

akeal pacaiwatermelon

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akeq tampátʔakɛːʔ təm.patnbud; shoot1.5.5Parts of a plant
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aléiq uróuq campayʔalḭʔ ʔurṵʔ kəm.pajnceremony confirming marriageAfter this inlaws and friends can visit.4.2.2.1Ceremony
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allangʔəl.laːŋnpalm of handcftapangspec: tapang ati; pl dial.: tampang
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alpaqʔəl.paːʔnarmpit2.1.3.1Arm
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amarʔamaːradvseparately, by oneself (like nday but shade of difference--not sure what. Can sometimes be interchangeable.)cfcamarpc dial.: mmár, mmarmmar
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amouihʔamṵːsvtpity; sympathize withsyntính camtríh lomunspec. comp. form oftríh2cfapronh 2caláp3.4.2.1Sad
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ân itáq palưt acheíqʔɤn ʔitaʔ palɯːt ʔacɛːiʔnpbird frightener6.2.1Growing crops
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ân?ʔɤn?prtfinal particle ‘huh?’
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