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daggercubikubiːndagger
damrngátʔər.ŋatvtdam a stream to catch fishVi do ân táq mbein, táq rngát mpán, to aruông aram ma boaiq dơi chín.There are those who use nets, make dams and set fish traps but the fish are still plentiful.dính2diɲvtdam upE.g., for catching fish.cftarcou6.4.5Fishingtarcoutər.kṵːndamE.g., for catching fish.cfdính26.4.5Fishingmpánʔəmpanndam to catch fishcfnngát1béh2bɛhvdam off pool for catching fish6.4.5Fishing
damagedrlóuhʔər.lṵhvscollapsed; damaged; destroyedCruông cuteq mmo ma par–ốh tarléinh cốh rlóuh cốh pít.Any country that fights each other will collapse, will be lost.antyôl in tiaqcflóuhrchêp7.9.3Destroyrchêpʔər.ceːpvscollapsed; damaged; destroyedPár dúng xu ma ính rlóuh cóuh king ma ính rchêp.He flew so that the house and hut wanted to collapse and the mountains wanted to collapse.cfrlóuh7.9.3Destroyrlóuh rchêpʔər.lṵh ʔər.ceːpvscollapsed; damaged; destroyeddildiːlvsdamaged;Láh ipe cammáng ngcư tông, cốh bưih pít dil amâh ala.If you had listened to me, you wouldn’t have had all the damage.
damn!capalkapaːlexcldamn! swearingDo ân réng, cang cốh vi amâh thét cap.Exclamation when angry--not a nice excl.syncanhétchao anôipacáncfchao
damptứhtɯhvsdamp, moist--rain outside and damp insideantxuônhcfdyíp
Damsel-flyatang atưiqʔataːŋ atɯːjʔnDamsel fly, hover fly, dragon fly1.6.1.7Insectatang tuiqʔataːŋ tuːjʔnDamsel fly, hover fly, dragon fly1.6.1.7Insect
dam-streamnngát1ʔəŋ.ŋatvdam off stream to catch fishcfmpán
dam-waterdíndinvdam water in small area, e.g., to catch fishdứpdɯpvdam water
dancepon ayưnpɔːn ʔajɯːnvdance4.2.4Danceayưn anóuqʔajɯːn ?anṵʔndance--squatting (doing knee bends sideways)ayưnʔajɯːnndance--squatting (doing knee bends sideways)4.2.4Dance
dance-around-sacrificexiaq2siəʔvdance around a sacrifice
dance-stepdyúq ayưnʄuʔ ʔajɯːnndance step
dancingyayưnjajɯːnndancing--squatting (doing knee bends sideways)4.2.4Danceyayưn nanóuqjajɯːn nanṵʔndancing--squatting (doing knee bends sideways)
dangle-looselyrhuôiq iyel iyolʔər.huəjʔ ʔijɛːl ʔijɔːlvsdangle loosely7.3.2.4.1Hang
daredáh 2dahauxdareDo lâyq dáh pôc.He doesn’t dare go.syncarvan4.4.3.1Brave
daringdáh 1dahvsdaring; boldDo cốh lư dáh.He is very daring.antadáhndáhcfcarvanpréinh
daringlytrâh mâltrɤh mɤlexpspeaking daringly, impolitelysynitrâhtông itrâh
darktarngáp tarngouiqtər.ŋap tər.ŋṵːjʔtarngáp ngouiqvsdark (even if light outside)8.4.1Period of time1.1Sky8.3.3.2Dark2.3.1.6Transparentnhilɲiːlvsdark, no moonsyntarngápcfpát21.1.1.1Moontarngouiqtər.ŋṵːjʔvsdark2nd part of tarngáp_tarngouiq ngiêuŋiəwvsdarktarngáp ngouiqtər.ŋap ŋṵːjʔPronunc.Variant oftarngáp tarngouiqvsdark (even if light outside)
dark blackngingeilŋiŋḭːlvsdark black8.3.3.3Color
dark colorcoumkṵːmvsblack, dark (of color)cfngoatpicoumtuq8.3.3.3Color
dark-blackcoum ngingeilkṵːm ŋiŋḭːlvsdark blacksyntuq coum8.3.3.3Color
dark-bluengoutŋṵːtvsdark blue or green (almost black)synngoat8.3.3.3Color
darkentangápta.ŋapvtdarken
darkeningrayumrajuːmadv.tdarkening8.4.1Period of time1.1Sky8.3.3.2Dark2.3.1.6Transparent
dark-of-moonpát2patvtextinguished, stopped; dark of moonLư pát táp aham.Blood flow suddenly stopped.Uih may pát iyốh?Fire yours out yet?cfnhilkixay pátkisaj patadv.tdark of moon1.1.1.1Moon
dark-of-nightnhípɲipvsdark of nightsynnhứp8.4.1.2.3Time of the day