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anhúq1ʔaɲuʔvtbear, suffer; endureNám táq lâyq phep cốh ma anhúq pếq acay, cốh nnau canhin moui láh a–eq ado dúng xu cruông cuteac.If act immoral so suffer pregnancy, so they must repent and it’s a sin against the community and region.Campay tông, “Amouih adâh Achít your cucheit, amouih ma imo hôi itáq, anhuq cucheit íh vi i–ính.”His wife said, “Pity for Achít dying, pity, but what can one do, suffer death though not wanted.”Cư dông parlai nnéh chom nám anhúq prứp cốh i–ính.I brought this medicine, not knowing if I might suffer a fall and so need it.Anhúq bo acân, achai dông ao bo.Will suffer rain later, so bring your raincoat.Acân anhúq idau, achai mout tốq dúng cư.If you suffer nightfall, come into my house.Bưih yốh anhúq cucheit.Not yet suffered death.Ki mang anhuq cucheit.Destiny to suffer death.Adversative but not passive. Cannot take a clause as complement as VN bị can?; Only in adversative cases of trường_hợp. cfbiqcholpl dial.:choul
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anhúq2ʔaɲuʔnunfortunate case; misfortuneLư râu angoaq ipe ma tumúh mâh anhúq ngcốh.
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âq vi tanna tampaʔɤʔ wiː tən.naː təm.paːvpstarving; no foodsynâq bôn cha tanna tampathiêuq tupuyq
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atunʔatuːnadvbehind (someone); afterward; following; next7.2.5.2Follow8.5.1.1.1Behind9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
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atưnʔatɯːnvslazy, shiftless as reed that bends to side when pushed6.1.2.4.2Lazy
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atúngʔatuŋnmoney bag; purse
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bapbaːpnmisfortune, based on evil; disrespect, dishonor of parents, or other evil actions.cfloaiq bappap
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boiqbɔːjʔnfortune tellerCán ngcốh táq boiq dyeal tiên práq dyoun ado ân padúng.That woman told fortunes and took money to give to her owner.VN
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Cáh[C]ahprtaccidentally; involuntary; unfortunate action markerAbưih cray táh catét atéh campay may.Don’t accidentally knock over your wife’s basket.Icốh utóung cốh ngéq cốh cốh cháh pachúng.He tied it up completely but it involuntarily gathered together.Reduplicates root-initial Consonant.; A ta- prefix usually marks involuntary action as well.
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cantưnkən.tɯːnnsomething worn on head, e.g., bandana
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catúngkatuŋnshoulder bag; carrying sackAnha rbơi ngcốh parbáq catúng counh cốh.Those two finally carried that man’s sack.cfparréhcl:lám7.3.1Carry

catúngshoulder bag; carrying sack

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catúng cadyángkatuŋ kaʄaŋnshoulder bag; carrying sack
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chanchoumcəɲcṵːmnpine treebranches used for broomsTatrameles1.5.1Tree
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cholcɔːlviinjured; misfortuneCư chol. Chol amâh? Cư chol cư prứp bác adyưng.I’m injured. Injured from what? I’m injured from falling and piercing my leg.Cư chol, thây bôn pi–ốh acư.I am injured, teacher is mad at me.Partly like VN bị, but cannot use of sickness, death or certain other harms.cfanhúq1synl: chiuq
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cleang túngklḭaŋ tuŋnear wax2.1.1.2Ear
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craokraːwvishoutNgai crao ngai hear lư yứng.They shouted and screamed very loud.synhearrecp:tarhear
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crao cloungkraw klṵːŋexpnoisily; of many loud voices cheering
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crơng partunkrɤːŋ pər.tuːnvpbelongings to follow deadE.g., belongings hung on gravesite to follow the dead.cftabáq mpông
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cuôp2kuəpvsopportunityBưih tadyoun cuôp ado ngéq do ân ính prâp.Not to give opportunity to those who want to boast.Only occurs in negative.
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dáh padángdah padaŋ1advincidentally presentDáng cốh dáh padáng vi tangcưl callo arâq tarcál along ân o ngâh ticu.In that place there happened to be a deadfall trap like a nice section to sit on.Dáh alliterates with dáng which takes the involuntary prefix ta/pa. 2viunfortunately placedDáng cốh dáh padáng vi tangcưl callo arâq tarcál along ân o ngâh ticu.At that place unfortunately-placed were deadfall guides of a deadfall trap like a section of weed that was good to sit on.Dáh is an example of Cáh ‘accidental, involuntary, unfortunate action.cfpadángrt: dáng
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khâpkhɤpexpgood fortune; everything going well; luck, e.g., arriving at friend’s house to find that he just got a deer; blessingYang Rbang dyoun ân khâp ân o.God gives blessings.antaculsynkhúm múh4.4.5.1Lucky
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khúm múhkhum muhvslike to be with person of good fortunesynkhâp
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kitưnkitɯːnvtwear on headcfpưngsit: pưng muôc
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kixay tatunkisaj tatuːnadv.tnext month8.4.1Period of time1.1.1.1Moon
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lâyq cuôplɤjʔ kuəpadvpno opportunity; no timesynlâyq lotlâyq lơp
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