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cheihcḭːhvadmire new possession, e.g., sit and look at new watch just bought
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cuakuənpossessions
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lla2ʔəl.laːnpossessionMay táq imo ma khoiq dyê lla ndo Cantưi.No matter what you do, you are already the belonging of Orphan.Ao do lla.His own shirt.Tammoi peih táq he ân lla cammuiq. He ân lla ticuôi ân cheit….Visitors steal against us who belong to the dead bodies. We who belong to the dead people.synndo1pronoun vs. preposition
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ntôn nnúc xúc parnhaʔən.toːn ʔən.nuk suk pər.ɲaːidiomriches; possessions6.8.1.5Possession, property6.8.1Have wealth
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tuôc muôc atoanhtuək muək ʔatṵaɲexplots of possessionsYáng chéh adéh tingan achiêng tiriaq xoul tuôc muôc atoanh.Jars and dishes, elephant sand buffalo, servants, possessions.
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xáq paclácsaʔ pa.klakphdemon possession; person behaves like madman4.9.4.2Demon possession
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xoul tuôc muôc atoanhsṵːl tuək muək ʔatṵaɲidiomrich man’s possessions
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ndo1ʔəndɔːpro.posspossession; belonging; regarding; originLư cayh dơiq ndo búl ngcốh.Real value belonging that stone.Cư culiêh ndo avốq.synlla2cfdâh26.8.1.5Possession, property9.2.3.7Possessive
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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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anhâhʔaɲɤhprothose two; 3DU (persons)Tốq atâng xayq atayq crêng, tư tarli anhâh tardông tarbán o.When matured, from both equally they cared for each other well.Unsure if inalienable possession is involved.synanha1cfapâhcl: náqâh1âh2pl dial.: ndíhmâh19.2.3Pronouns
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crơngkrɤːŋnthings; stuff; belongings; implementscfmpông2rmáq9.1.3Thing6.8.1.5Possession, property
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nnhuôiʔəɲ.ɲuəjvsfirst, ahead; beforeMâh ingay nnhuôi cư vi bôn vôi uráq achai tacơi acư.One day previous I had received the writing that you sent to me.cfanhuôipl dial.: axuôi, nnhuôiaxuôi8.4.5Relative time6.8.1.5Possession, property9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions8.4.5.2Before
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