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atêngʔateːŋnnecklace, string of beadsAtêng ngai táq búl ân tarran, ân carvanh larleap.Necklace of precious stones and pearls.synchichóucgen:carnuaqcfcarnuaq2cóngcl:ntrâhchichóucgen:carnuaq5.4.1Jewelry

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atêng chongʔateːŋ cɔːŋnagate necklaceYellow-red stones favored by Pacoh women.5.4.1Jewelry
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atêng roulʔateːŋ rṵːlnkind of stone necklace5.4.1Jewelry
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kitengkitɛːŋnpimple; small boilsyncalmóuhcatot
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kiténgkitɛŋvtie around waist like a beltNgai kiténg na nâh do kếh ngai pôc dóng pannêq ahe ngcounh.They tie it like this; they go take gifts to us men.
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kiteng atoiqkitɛːŋ ʔatɔːjʔncallus; large pimple; boilsyncalmóuh2.5.2.2Skin disease2.1.4Skin
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pantêngpənteːŋadvpointlessly; wishy-washy
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patêngpateːŋvcopy??Nưm ngai patêng anha maiq atô mbár ân te aniêng rbang.Appears to be a mistake of using the verb rather than the noun.
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tanténgtəntɛŋviwear something ragged
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tengtɛːŋauxcontinueA–ứm apo may teng páq teng cha.Keep shucking keep eating corn (maize).cfdơi1 18.4.7Continue, persevere9.4.1.2Aspect--dynamic verbs
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téngtɛŋvtstretch wire, string, etc., from one place to anothercftarnéng
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téng boaiqtɛŋ bṵajʔvpplay fish on line
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téng léngtɛŋ lɛŋexpvery clearO lư tinga téng léng.Very good clear daylight.
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uteng buiʔutɛːŋ buːjphcontinually happy feelingNgai chachâp ngai baboiq cloun ngan uteng bui be lư, nnôr te lom pallúng.They sang and sang and played continually happy, rejoicing from the heart.
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tuôrtuərnwild ox like Sierra Leone buffalo or Banteng (tembadau)cfamurcl: lámtapaycl: lámBos javanicus
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a–ứm apoʔaʔɯm ʔapɔːnmaize, corn of all kindsA–ứm apo may teng páq teng cha.Keep husking and keep eating corn.1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant
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a=2ʔaːadv.clitso as; resultative state; adverbializerA–o i–at au; A–o ipôc au!Stay well! Go well!Lư ahôi téng.Keep on really well.Contraction/clitic form of o before one-syllable verbs.
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adóung1ʔadṵŋnsound of hollow bamboo falling in waterUteng bui êm lư, moui ixáng carxang adóung carxang atuc par–i.They keep on happily and one hears bamboo sounds, sounds of busy beetles (or pipe gongs??).Of loud musical instruments, or a rope tied across a stream to telegraph noise to keep animals out of field.2.3.2.2Sound
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carnuaq2kər.nuəʔnnecklace; ornaments; jewelryNgéq carnuaq par–ouih atêng ngai táq búl ân tarran, ân carvanh larleap.Generic for all kinds.cfatêngcl: nchâr (callong is Cl. for single beads)chichóucgen:carnuaqroulgen: carnuaqtitoi
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díq1diʔvt1pinch, squeeze7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2squeeze out (a boil)Cư díq kiteng ngốh pinúng.I squeeze boil comes out core.7.3.2.9Push7.3.2.7Take something out of something
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lât1lɤtvireach; extendIténg te ngcứm dyưng lât tốq plô.Stretch (string) from big toe clear beyond head.
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pannêqpən.neːʔngiftNgai kiténg na nâh do kếh, ngai pôc dóng pannêq ahe ngcounh.They tie it this way, they go give gifts to us men.
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râh nurâhrɤh nurɤhadvin the futureMay teng cha râh nurâh.You can eat in the future.
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