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nhanhiêm cracríqɲaɲiəm krakriʔvicry brokenheartedly on and on3.4.2.1Sad3.5.6.5Cry, tear2.3.2.3Types of sounds
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nhiêm críqɲiəm kriʔvwhimper; cry bitterly, brokenheartedly (of adult)3.4.2.1Sad3.5.6.5Cry, tear2.3.2.3Types of sounds
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nhiêm críq kíq kirɲiəm kriʔ kiʔ kiːrvwhimper; cry bitterly, brokenheartedly (of adult)
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ntriqʔəntriːʔnmythsNgai lâyq ính xáng cang parnai ân cray, cốh ma plít ngeang tốq cang nxoar ntriq.They don’t want to listen to the truth, but turn their ears to myths.
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parriqpər.riːʔndrawstringsTui parriq.Bag with drawstrings (believed to have magical powers).
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príqpriʔnkind of bird??Cốh bâq tốq achéiq príq, chir ngéq achéiq.Then príq birds arrived. (Unsure if kind of bird or multitude of birds.)1.6.1.2Bird
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príq aprốqpriʔ ʔaproʔexpof bodies lying flatCháq cumuiq anha príq aprốq dáng carna.The two dead bodies lay in the street.
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riqriːʔvtighten, pull tight; move magically; relocateNám i–ính bôn te cốh ntíh, cốh ntíh iriq pachúng tốq néh.If one wants to have something from over there, one pulls together drawstrings to here.E.g., drawstrings of tui_parriq a magical bag by which one can supposedly move places and things.synreitcaus: pareit; nomi: parreit; recp: tarreit; invol: tareit
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tríqtriʔnbrasssynapán1.2.2.3Metal
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tui parriqtuːj pər.riːʔnsack, bag with drawstrings
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apronhʔaprɔːɲ1vspitifulCang chichâu chichi, nhiêm críq lư apronh.Voices complaining, weeping very pitifully.2vtfeel pityThat can cause tríh_lom ‘moved with pity’.; Stronger than amouih, as towards a poor widow and children.cfamouihrecp: rmouih; pa pc dial.: amôih; pk dial.: amoihtríh lomunspec. comp. form oftríh24.4.4Respond to someone in trouble
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canưi cavárkanɯːj kawarvtplead forDo nhiêm críq canưi cavár iên o.He cried and begged for a blessing.cfcanưi cavứh4.9.5.2Pray
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tacốhtakohdemthereU–át cammáng r–ư r–ư cang te tacốh uriq te cốh ntíh.He was listening (sound of) language from there; he ?? from that there (a ridge).Only found in te_tacốh, i.e. ‘direction from there’. It appears from the example below that te_cốh means ‘from that’.cfnéhdef: nnéh
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tangcaqtəŋ.kaːʔnsteps of a person, manner of walkingIcốh utóung cốh ngéq cốh cốh cháh pachúng bar tangcaq upôc cốh ulếh ukit loi acóuq acân uriq loi.Like that he tied it up completely but it involuntarily gathered, he went two steps he went then he took out his bushknife and sharpened it again until it tightened again.1.6.4.1Animal movement7.2.1.1Walk
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te tacốhtɛː takohppfrom there; from thatTư ngcốh idứh Carchól bôn tui parriq ngcốh chou, chou bôn dyê te tacốh.From that time…returned from there.8.4.6.1.5Since, from9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
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yôljoːlauxremain; stillHe yôl angô dáng ntan nnéh.We (will) remain resting at this shady place.Ncốh yôl tốq ngcốh yôl pe Tinê tức tui parriq.Now (it) remains there, (it) remains those of Tine sacrifice the divining bag.cfdơi1 28.1.7.4Remain, remainder7.2.7.2Stay, remain
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apánʔapannbrasssyntríq1.2.2.3Metal
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reitrḭːtvtighten, pull tightsynriqnomi:pariq, parriq; recp:tarriq; invol:tariq
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tay aotaj ʔaːwnbag, sacksyntuispec:tui parriq6.7.7Container
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