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lâyq tíc lâyq tónglɤjʔ tik lɤjʔ tɔŋadvwrongly; haphazardly; incoherently, nonsense, careless, foolish; randomlyantpartátcfpléoq pléoq8.3.7.7.1Wrong, unsuitable7.5.5.1Disorganized4.3.1.1Bad, immoral
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louihlṵːsvtwrong someoneDo louih cư.He wronged me.
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piloaihpilṵasvtcause to be wrong, messed upAchai ngcốh piloaih tuho cư vaih lâyq chuôt nnáng.That fellow messed up my trap so it won’t snap at all.8.3.7.7.1Wrong, unsuitable
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rlâtʔər.lɤtvsay wrong thing--mistakeLike accidentally referring to someone as pardúng ‘rat’ rather than padúng ‘boss’.
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thaithajvswrong; incorrectAvaih vi thai mô xóc.Not exists change one hair.VN
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thétthɛtvs1wrongNgai lâyq cacháq thét lâyq cacháq thoat.They didn’t accuse of wrong didn’t accuse of wrong.Dyê idoq táq thét ado a–aq, cốh babor xua cha idau tingôi aki nnéh ân lâyq he hôm babor pôc ingay. After he had done wrong to crow, then babor lsearched to eat by night until the present that we don't see babor birds going by day.4.7.3Break the law8.3.7.7.1Wrong, unsuitable4.3.1.1Bad, immoral2incorrect; missedThét upéinh, lâyq cray.He missed, didn't shoot accurately.antcray2synchúr7.7.2Aim at a target
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thét naithɛt naːjnwrong doing; sinLâyq bôn thét nai amâh.Not have any wrong doing.Less than thét_loaih.
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bây bavsmisbehaving; doing wrong
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crôngkroːŋvtexcuse; stand up for wrong-doer
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êq1ʔeːʔvdon’t, e.g., of teasing, pestering, any wrong doingÊq may táq iki.Don’t you do like that.synacâp2dyoqnomi: padyoq, pardyoq; recp: tardyoq; rep: dyidyoq
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iyanʔijaːn1vgive in to desire in spite of wrong2idiomweak willed
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pitupituːvtconvict; condemn; call debt or wrong doing
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tahuôrtahuərvkeep saying even though realize you are wrong
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thét thoatthɛt thṵatvswrong; incorrect; miss
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tiên1tiənvtbreak-taboo; do wrong knowingly
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tilưntilɯːnvspersist in wrong, like thumbing nose at authorityYoa acâp táq ma do dơi táq.Tell him to stop doing something, but he keeps on doing it.Also to mock, repeating whatever one says.cflưtcaus: talưt
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achaiʔacaːjn.kinolder 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.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.not used of siblings of opposite sex4.1.9Kinship
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cayíqkajiʔvtkeep-back; hold back; resist saying all or doing/giving the whole lot; bite your tongueDo cha moui udoq cayíq moui.She ate part and set aside part.Cư thoar ngéq, lâyq bôn doq cayíq nốh amâh.I told everything, I didn’t hold back anything.Amâh angai ma thét cốh lâyq cayíq ntaq.Whatever was wrong then he didn’t hold back his tongue.7.4.5Keep something
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chacaːvt1eatBabor lâyq dáh xua cha ingay, adáh A–aq cacheit.The babor doesn’t dare search eat by day, afraid Crow will kill him.5.2.2Eat2defeat; profit; winDo ân péinh lư cray cốh bôn cha do ân péinh thét.Whoever shoots accurately defeats/wins over whoever shoots wrong.If very poor land, say lâyq_ibôn_cha ‘no profit/potential’; if potential, say, bôn_cha. 4.8.3.2Win

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cha panghatcaː pəŋhaːtvipunished; penalizedDo ân vi táq thét ado cuya cốh cuya phat (do cha panghat).One who wronged his in-laws so in-laws penalize.
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daơi2dɯ̰ːjvthold onto; take to heart; pay attention toIpe têq cammáng daơi callong ân tinâng tupứng.You obeyed, held onto the truth.Cou ipe têq cammáng daơi callong ân tinâng tupứng.Because you listened and held onto you held righteousness in your heart.Do dyoun cốh ma ipe lâyq daơi!He gave but you didn’t trust (or, you didn’t take it to heart)Ke, ân may táq thét khoiq pít dyê, bưih nnáng Yang Rbang daơi.Dear, what you did wrong is lost, no longer does God hold the grudge.3.2.5.4Agree with someone
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lâyq yốh1lɤjʔ johnegnot yet; yet?Kếh ape Arứm íh âh yốh Cavaq, thét carna ipôc.So they are of Arum, not yet Cavaq; you’ve gone the wrong way.Only used in the negative. When occurring finally as a question word, it assumes the alternative proposition, X or not yet X?syniyốhpa dial.: adyốhcfbưih yốh
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ngâh4ŋɤhpro1unspecified subject (UNS), may indicate anyone or everyone in general, or someone the speaker doesn’t know or doesn’t want to nameMa ân idoq táq thét ma lâyq ngâh iyư.But what UNS had done wrong UNS didn’t remember.Carna ngâh tumóung.The way one lives.Ngâh is usually replaced by clitic i= before one syllable verbs, as in the first example. Can be used in a clause modifying a noun where English would use a ‘to’ or ‘for’ purpose clause:; Ngâh precedes a one-syllable verb when an adverbial occurs between it and the verb, as in the example below.9.2.3Pronouns22nd person in commands and wishesA–i dơi bâl boup tông achưng acư, ngâh iyư tốq nô ra!Mother kept instructing me, (you) remember in the future.Ngâh cachan hoc hanh o hôi uráq u–ar.(You) eagerly study so capable of writing.A name or 2nd person pronoun is rarely used in a command.
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parrouihpər.rṵːsnfornication; adultery; any kind of sexual sinDo kếh hôi ngai parrouih. Parrouih axâq cáh vi lư inô ntra kếh ikếh ngai tông parrouih a axâq ín thét, thét a–i át thét par–át a–i íh vi parrouih amâh.They can fornicate. There wasn’t adultery in the past so like that they said adultery is wrong, wrong for mother to stay, wrong to stay together with mother. There wasn’t any fornication. (meaning is unclear).cflâyq pheptapiêngsit: tapiêng campay/cayâq; sit: tapiêng talưi; recp: tarpiêngtarríheuph: lâyq phep; sit: acay tarríh ‘illegitimate child’
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patuôtpatuətvtstrive; endeavor; try hardCư patuôt cadyiq lom pallúng acâp thét.I strive to control heart to keep from doing wrong.cfxu2
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