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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–i a–ámnparents
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avóuq acáqʔawṵʔ ʔakaʔngrandparents
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counh cánkṵːɲ kann.kinparents4.1.9Kinship
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mu a–ám anhimuː ʔaʔam ʔaɲiːnparents, in distinction to childrenantmu ape acaymu ape amonsynmu ân a–ám anhi
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mu ân a–ám anhimuː ʔɤn ʔaʔam ʔaɲiːnpthose of parents generationsynmu a–ám anhi
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bapbaːpnmisfortune, based on evil; disrespect, dishonor of parents, or other evil actions.cfloaiq bappap
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cheam dơcḭam dɤːncare for; raise temporarily as foster parents
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cuyakujaːn.kinparents of wife; husband’s in-laws; relatives by marriageKhơi hôi dyeal te cuya; cuya ma lâyq dyeal te khơi.Groom’s clan takes from bride’s clan; bride’s clan does not take from groom’s clan.antkhơicpart: cuya4.1.9Kinship
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khơikhɤːjn.kingroom’s family; parents of husband; family which takes wives from ego’s family; in-laws of wifeantcuyaspec: nnou cuya4.1.9Kinship
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khơi amoqkhɤːj ʔamɔːʔn.kin1men’s side; forbidden clansMust not take wives from father’s clan or any clan that takes wives from your clan.2groom’s family; parents of husband; family which takes wives from ego’s family; in-laws of wife
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mu ape amonmuː ʔapɛː ʔamɔːnnpchildren, rather than parentsantmu a–ám anhicfmu ape acay
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parropər.rɔːnspirits of ancestors (parents)synyang cumuiq a–ám a–i
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tarrếqtər.reʔnsocial standing, support of parents and close relationsantpantưi
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a–unʔaʔuːnnyoung girl prior to cumour Do plốh acay Carchól, tông, “A–un a–un, may át dáng néh vi icounh icán may vi chom tốq mo dúng Carchól?”He asked Carchól’s daughter, said, “Little girl, little girl, you live here, do your parents know where Carchól’s house is?”antanouqpa pc dial.: avư; pk dial.: anoqcfalơu avưcpart: adứq ayên4.1.2Types of people
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achơ ngơuqʔacɤː ŋɤːwʔvsstupid; ignorant, dull-witted, mentally retardedA–i a–ám yoa ipôc hoc cốh phai pôc hoc, acâp ngâh iyư lám ính cloun, tốq dyê xéiq nô ra ma lâyq bôn chom uráq u–ar cốh ngai tông do cốh láh achơ ngơuq....Ipe a–em iyư inô ntra ân lâyq ichom uráq u–ar cốh damo damo ma ính padâm ính pilốh he, tông he achơ, cốh ma íh lư achơ ma cou lâyq bôn nnau pahoc cốh vaih lâyq ichom.Parents send you to go study, so must go study, don't only think about wanting to play--when grown up in the future if don't know writing then people will say, "He is stupid."...Younger brothers, remember the past when we didn't know writing so everyone wanted to oppress wanted to deceive us, said we were stupid, but we weren't really stupid, but because there was no one to teach resulting in our not knowing.cfachơcaus: pichơ
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anéhʔanɛhnmother’s familyHe ân mâh anéh.We who are one, from the same parents.Daughter must not marry offspring of mother’s family, they are anéh. If we are related to same mother, we are same anéh. synnnoucpart:khơi-amoqcfmâh tóng mâh yaq
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cang2kaːŋvtshackle; tie pieces of wood to pig’s neck to keep him from running awayTe Acay cán ma lâyq cannính lom cốh a–i a–ám phai cúm cang.If a daughter doesn’t agree, then the parents must shackle a yoke.cfcannangcl: lám
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carnui ntángkər.nuːj ʔən.taŋnburdenAcâp idoq ân carnui ntáng ado a–ám a–i.Don’t put a heavy load on your parents.
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cât1kɤtprepfromKếh he ân a–i a–ám pôc xeq, hôi ixeq cât icounh icán âh.Then we who are parents go ask, one can ask of/from her parents.More sense of ‘from among’ or ‘from out of’, not used of time.cfte9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
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didiːprep1at; Taryơng pôc di ngki idứh át ti plô cán ngki.The squirrel went there and stayed at that girl’s head.9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions2by, with (instrument)A–ám a–i day cop di xoi, ngai ngki di dyưng.My parents catch by tail, others by leg.
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dôi xứqdoːj sɯʔvttreat; behaveTư ado ngai ân két idôi xứq la tốq o ngai cammour lalâu tốq ân a–ám anhi a–i ama ân a–iêuq la li li ngâh cadyiq.They treated them from small to youth to old parents and uncles and aunts, they treated them equally.(although a loan word it takes the clitic i=) syndông2caus: padông, pardông; recp: tardông; invol: tadôngVN
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nhin2ɲiːnvgive in, make concessionA–ám a–i nhin, acay cha.Parents give in, let child eat.cftarnhin4.3.6.1Lack self-control4.8.3.4Surrender3.3.2.1Agree to do something4.8.4.3AppeaseVN
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nhóngɲɔŋprowe two; 1DUA–i a–ám nhóng seq chicha.Our(2) parents ask to eat.Nhóng bar náq lư hôm dyơ do cốh.We two really already saw him.Inclusive of other person specified. Difference from nháng is not yet clear.9.2.3Pronouns
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panghocpəŋ.hɔːknteachingNgâh xoui panghoc icounh icán.Imitate the teaching of your parents.
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