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bengbɛːŋnumone hundred thousand; 100,000synmâh culám ngin8.1.1Number
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calâukalɤwnaloe
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calâu roqkalɤw rɔːʔnaloe
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choaq1cṵaʔvttread out; trample; go into clean place with dirty feetChoaq tro.Tread out rice.6.2.5Harvest
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culámkulamnumhundred; 100Old people used to say mâh_chít_chít. 8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers
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kiculkikuːln1pine-like tree with sap used as incensecfangospec: tôm angoroqcl:nnôm2sap burned for ceremony, like incense4.9.5.5Offering, sacrifice2.3.4Smell
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mâh culámmɤh kulamnumone hundred; 1008.1.1.1Cardinal numbers
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mâh culám nginmɤh kulam ŋiːnnumone hundred thousand; 100,000synbeng8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers
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mâh culám pe chít xôngmɤh kulam pɛː cit soːŋnumone hundred thirty five; 1358.1.1.1Cardinal numbers
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natnaːtadvruined, tramped downNnau táq ngéq nat a–ứm nnéh?Who tramped down all this corn?cfpinat
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ndơamʔəndɯ̰amvtrample; hurt-oneself foolishlyArâq do ân chom vi chuôt ma do pôc cray, cốh arâq do. Vi do ân tông moui ma do pôc iniêng, arâq do dếq parnai ngai.Like one who knows there is a trap but he goes right to it, like him. There are those who say one thing but go over, like he steps on people’s trap.Trampling on another’s words like going through thorns.synroaqcaus: parroaq ‘to act as if didn’t know fence/agreement was breached’
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pinatpinaːtvtruin, tramp downAcâp ngâh pinat abưih nat.Don’t trample down so not ruined.Causative.cfnat
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roqrɔːʔnincense, aloe wood (Pacoh use the tree--not incense sticks)cfkicul 11.5.1Tree6.6.3.1Lumbering
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tramtraːmnaltarIyư Apraham ndóung do dyoun acay do, Ixac, arôq doq dáng mpiên tran.Remember Abraham when he gave his son Isaac, lifted up and put on top of an altar.
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trâmtrɤmviwallow (of buffalo)
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tram paroungtraːm parṵːŋnshrine; place of sacrifice and offerings
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xêt rotseːt rɔːtnfrankincense; fragrant resin
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amuôiqʔamuəjʔvicrushed; trampled
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chanchoumcəɲcṵːmnpine treebranches used for broomsTatrameles1.5.1Tree
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adâh2ʔadɤhprtonly; at all; completely; go aheadNdóung ân yôl uih ngkếh idứh, kếh ngai xear trâm adâh tốq daq.When there was still fire, they got down under the water, wallowing completely in the water.Idứh lâyq bôn amứng uxứp, u–át adâh, u–át nhóung ntréinh.Previously didn’t have bark clothing to put on, he lived bare, he was watching lice (bare chested).tô adâhid.toː ʔadɤhinterj1stop completely; forget it completelyAnáq i–âq boi, acóuq, ao iêm ma tô adâh!Although lacking salt, bush knives, and clothing but forget it period!synthoui 1thoui 2
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