anythingimo1ʔimɔːprohowever; anythingLư alang ma lâyq hôi táq imo; lâyq bôn campay nnáng.He missed her very much but he couldn’t do anything; he didn’t have a wife any longer.Ngai lâyq chom táq imo, phai tiq do.They didn’t know what/how to do, must obey him.18.104.22.168Indefinite pronouns
appearmoahmṵahviappearCốh ê lư mang arâq uih moah.Then many tongues?? like fire appeared.langúclaŋukvappear suddenlycfvaihtroc1trɔːkvtappear, possess or influence a person (of demon); to become a demon that eats peoplecfvaiharơngʔarɤːŋconjappearAcâp táq arơng rơng râu arâq ngéq do ân lom pallúng táq ng–o o.Don’t appear to be sad like all whose hearts pretend/make a show of goodness.Nthe pít mâh pa ati o hơn arơng yôl ma cháq chân bôn mout tốq hóng uih ân chéh.Better to lose one arm than to appear whole but have body enter hell.
appear to beryonʔər.jɔːnvseem to be; look like; appear to beTáq ryon yon. Táq ryon hôi tubéiq.Imitate. Imitate as if wise and able.
appearancemaiq2maːjʔnfigure; likeness; appearance; form; illustration; imageDaq ngcốh cốh maiq mam itáq rit talứm dáng daq.That water is an illustration of the water of baptism.syntannáq8.3.1Shape2.1Body22.214.171.124Draw, painttannáq tannơitən.naʔ tən.nɤːjnfigure, physique, appearance
appearsvaihwaːsvtbecomes, appears; inchoativeVaih acho lâyq hôi xâr tốq tua along.Became so dog couldn’t climb to the top of the tree.Cadâq nnéh phai pidóh ma dyoun o vaih carta.This squash seed must explode and causes a ladder to appear.Hôi anhúq tarclaiq adyưng vaih prứp.Hôi suffered her foot slipped so happened she fell.Icounh vaih dóuc.Their father became angry.syncơt1cflangúctroc126.96.36.199Become, change state
appeaseaxaʔasaːvappease spirit with sacrifice of chicken for adultery, etc.
appreciationơn nhơqʔɤːn ɲɤːʔnfavor; benefit; kindness; grace; appreciationsynơn nhơtơnʔɤːnnfavor; benefit; kindness; grace; appreciationUsually felt but not said.188.8.131.52.1Thank4.3.4Do good toơn nhơtʔɤːn ɲɤːtnfavor; benefit; kindness; grace; appreciationsynơn nhơq
approachrôproːpvapproach (someone nearby); comeAchai ính cư rôp tốq achai, côh ma cư ính acay cư pôc tốq achai.You want me to come to you, but I want my child to go to you.
approachingtóun bóuntṵn bṵnexpof enemy troops approaching near
appropriatepeaiqpḭajʔvsdeserving; fitting; appropriate; say no moreMa imo, chou peaiq ndóung apơng ngcốh chichât xa.But however, fitting to return when that bear was completely stabbed.Láh táq r–ay amâh ma peaiq ngâh ticóh, cốh cư lâyq xeq nthe cheit.If I did anything deserving of death, I don’t refuse to die.synpeaqpiêiqcfbâl8.1.7Enough184.108.40.206Deserve220.127.116.11Wedged in, stuck
approvecalưngkalɯːŋvtapproveNgai calưng cốh do ân tinâng tupứng.They approved that he was righteous.cfcalư
approximatelycarvơkər.wɤːprepapproximately; nearly, almost (time)syncarválngclóuq8.4.3Indefinite time9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions18.104.22.168.1Approximatermouʔər.mṵːadvprobably; could be; approximatelysyncomcarválkər.waladvapproximately, aboutMâh thúng taq nhom carvál 60 long axâq.One tin can (40 lb) is about 60 cans of rice.syncarvơngclóuq22.214.171.124.1Approximatengclóuqʔəŋklṵʔadvapproximatelysyncarválcarvơ126.96.36.199.1Approximatecarvakər.waːadvapproximately, aboutMâh thúng taq nhom carvál 60 long axâq.One can iron soft is about 60 cans of rice.Same as carvál??
arborrou1rṵːnlattice, arbor (as for growing squash)
archednannâyhnən.nɤsexpof stiff arched backNannâyh pôc nâyh nâyh.Going with a stiff arched back.cftâyh nâyhnâyh nâyhnɤs nɤsexpof stiff arched backNannâyh pôc nâyh nâyh.Going with a stiff arched back.cftâyh nâyh
areaxưqsɯːʔnareaaróh2ʔarɔhnarea (of road, house, etc.)syncarloumpanúcpanuknarea; territoryTe ngcốh do pôc lim ngéq panúc veil Alơaiq.From there he went all over the area of Alươi.cftardi 1cruông 1kruəŋncountry; area, river valley188.8.131.52Country184.108.40.206Valleycárkarnarea