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a–em [ʔaʔɛːm] n.kin reference or address to younger sibling or younger cousin if a child; also extended to unrelated children; also extended to a man’s wife. em [yB, yS.] Restrictions: A male must not refer to a female as a–em unless she is his own younger sister or his wife.] cl: náq, lám; poss: ixeam 4.1.9. Kinship
achai [ʔacaːj] n.kin older sibling of same sex; brother-in-law (m.s.) or sister-in-law (f.s.); also used as term of reference between unrelated fellows or unrelated girls, in which case age is not as important. anh; chị Dáng néh vi a–em achai tông nám thét ahe. Here there are younger and elder brothers and sisters to tell if we do wrong. Xai xeam. Older and younger siblings. Restrictions: not used of siblings of opposite sex] cl: náq; cpart: amoq ‘elder sister of male’, amiêng ‘elder brother of female’; poss: ixai; pk dial.: ai 4.1.9. Kinship
ado₂ [ʔadɔː] pp 1to him/her; to it cho ngươi; cho nó cf: adâh₂. 2for him; for her thế cho; cho người ấy Amâh ân lâyq o ân aróuh doq rêh ado. Whatever that was not good that was spoiled (he) left chosen to him. [When the clitic a= precedes do ‘3SG’, it can be ado ‘DAT’, or a full PP ‘to/for him/her’.] pk dial.: a 9.2.4. Prepositions, postpositions. 126.96.36.199. Beneficiary of an event. 188.8.131.52. Recipient (of a patient). 184.108.40.206. Beneficiary (of a patient) (contr)
adu [ʔaduː] v get under cover from rain or sun núp dưới bóng Iên tanga angai ân át dáng tarngáp tarngouiq, angai ân át adu ân cucheit. In order to shine light to those that live in the darkness, to those who stay in the shadow of death. Icốh may mout adu tốq callúng ati YR. Like that you enter shelter in God’s hand.
adyáq [ʔa.ʄaʔ] pk n grandfather fish?? ông cá Adyáq boaiq pilia xia pitay ngốh te clóng dơq ngki. Grandfather-fish?? of pilia fish, pitay fish went out of that pool. Ki náq adyáq án tông, “Khoiq án ngốh dyơ, ma cơt lâyq hôm.” Then they said, “It already went out, but it happened that we didn’t see it.” Restrictions: fable truyền thuyết]
alep₁ [ʔalɛːp] alép n.kin 1sister-in-law; girl-cousin; mother’s younger sister’s daughter vợ của anh, chị dâu; con dâu; con dì Acay counh Jeannie paxoul acay cán Carrie la alep. Jeannie’s son calls Carrie’s daughter ‘cousin’. (J & C are sisters.) cf: tardyaih. 4.1.9. Kinship 2brother-in-law; husband of elder sister anh rể 4.1.9. Kinship
ama apu₁ [ʔamaː ʔapuː] n.kin uncle’s wife, man’s reference for women of mother’s age; mother-in-law vợ chú; đàn ba; cô; mợ; dì; bà nhạc 4.1.9. Kinship Binomial (cmpd)