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eachcukuːquanteach and everyCu ingay cu idau.Every day every night.syncứpcứptál1toihtoihtɔːsquantevery, eachToih ingay, ingay mmo ma vi.Every day, whichever day there is.cứp uses nnáq and llám instead of náq and lám syncucứptál1talquanteachsyncucứpcftreapacáq3ʔakaʔquantevery; eachNgéq ca acáq pe cumo, ca ngay ca dau cư dơi xay ve ipe.All of three years, both day and night I instructed you.Ngéq ca acáq pe cumo ngai pôc.Each and every three years they go.syncứp
each-and-everytreaptrḭapquanteach and every (person)Cư chom treap nnáq veil néh.I know each person village this.cfcứptál1
each-onetál náqtal naʔnpeach onesyndo mmocfcứp nnáqmanáqmanaʔnumeach oneManáq phai púh manáq, manáq phai padâm manáq.Each one must hit each one, each one must oppress each one.
each-othertartuaq 3tər.tuəʔadveach other; reciprocallyNcốh láh cou ngai chom tarpour pour tartuaq.That’s because they know how to help each other.Vi hôi taryoa tarcháp mbóuq (tartuaq).Able to admonish each other.cfmbóuqtartuaq 2tər.tuəʔadvamong themselves; between themselves; each other; reciprocalNgai tartáq tartuaq.They fought each other.9.6.1.3Association9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions8.5.1.2.2Betweentar-tərr-v.pfxeach other; reciprocalTartáq tarcha.Fight-ea-other defeat-ea-other.Rláng rmouih.Love each other.
eagercarchan carvatkər.caːn kər.waːtvtambitious; enthusiastic; eager; greedycarchankər.caːnvtambitious; enthusiastic; eager; greedyCốh a–em mmo ma lư carchan chan hoc.So all the children are very eager to study.Of a group rather than singular cachan
eager tocachan1kacaːncachánvtcrave; eager for; ambitious for/to; zealous for; greedy forCou lom ính cachan tiên práq cốh tôm reaih ndo chir nốh ân lâyq o ân thét.Because heart craves money, so the root of all kinds of evil.Cachan abôn parnha.Ambitious/greedy to get wealthy.
eaglecalang calngokalaːŋ kəl.ŋɔːneagle1.6.1.2Bird
earapong a apong ứmʔapɔːŋ ʔa ʔapɔːŋ ʔɯmnear of corn; tassel of bananacutorkutṵːrnear2.1.1.2Ear2.1.1Head1.6.2Parts of an animalcutour1kutṵːrnear2.1.1.2Ear2.1.1Head1.6.2Parts of an animalapongʔapɔːŋnear of corn, tassel of banana1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant
ear of cornapong a–ứmʔapɔːŋ ʔaʔɯmnear of corn1.5.5Parts of a plant
earlierkidứhkidɯhPronunc.Variant ofidứhdetearlier, from this morning or previous; anaphora; one previously referred tocfkilâng8.4Time8.4.6.2Pastidứh 1ʔidɯhkidứhdetforementioned; previously referred toAchít idứh pôc nhóung cốh hôm dông peih lâng dông tốq ntúq.Achít went and looked then found it and got it immediately and brought it to the place.Tư ngcốh xua ma lâyq hôm, dai ila along idứh.After that he searched but didn’t find anything, he wore the leaves (previously mentioned).In the day.; Also marks proper names and possessed nouns.cfâh18.4Time8.4.6.2Past
earlydứh2dɯhvsearly8.4.5.3.1Earlythơmthɤːmadvearly; soonsynclayhntâmntâmʔəntɤmadv.tearly, soonNdo Achít ntâm dyê bôn péinh.Concerning No.10 early already he got a shot.synclayhthơm8.4.1Period of time
early morningclayhklasadv.tearly in the morningsynntâmthơm
early-morningtarưp ilayhtarɯːp ʔilasadvearly morning; dawn; daybreakTe tarưp ilayh lúc cốh ape dyê pôc.From early morning mist they already went.8.4.1.2.3Time of the daytarưptarɯːpadvearly morningOnly found in phrase tarưp_ilayh pứng prang lang ilayhpɯŋ praːŋ laːŋ ʔilasidiomearly morningTốq pứng prang lang ilayh ki upôc.Early the next morning he went.
earringtang-híltəŋ.hilnlarge earring; wear earringcfouihouihʔṵːsnearringcftang-híl5.4.1Jewelrytangcaptəŋ.kaːpnsmall earring
earringspar–ouihpər.ʔṵːsnearrings
earthpưn cuteq, cúc cuteqpɯːn kutɛːʔnearth, dirt, soilsyncúc cuteqcruông cuteqkruəŋ kutɛːʔnthe earth; the worldcuteackutḭaknearth; ground; dirtsyncuteqcuteqkutɛːʔnearth, dirt, soilsyncuteaccuteac cu–ekutḭak kuʔɛːnearth; ground; dirtsyncuteq cu–eclang cuteqklaːŋ kutɛːʔnearth
earthenwaretrectrɛːkntile, baked earthenware
earthwormtulouitulṵːjnearthwormCư dyê tốq daq, cư dyeal tuloui beic abayh.Arriving at the river, I took a worm and baited the hook.cfparưipirưitallíu1.6.1.7Insecttuloitulɔːjnearthworm
ear-waxcleang túngklḭaŋ tuŋnear wax2.1.1.2Ear
easily temptedpahưl lompahɯːl lɔːmidiomeasily tempted; weak willedantkhâm lomsynlâyq rap pachip lomnhom lomlâyq rap pachip lomlɤjʔ raːp paciːp lɔːmvpeasily tempted; not able to guard heartsynnhom lompahưl lomnhom lomɲɔːm lɔːmidiomeasily tempted; naive; pliable; weak willedantkhâm lomsynlâyq rap pachip lompahưl lom
easily tornatíqʔatiʔvsworn out; easily torn2.4.4Tired7.9Break, wear out
Eastpandang lóhpən.daːŋ lɔhnEast--direction of sunriseantpandang pátcflóh28.5.2Directionpallóhpəl.lɔhnEast--direction of sunriseantpalloutcfiniêng idưplóh28.5.2Direction
eastern-swallowbabetbabɛːtneastern swallow1.6.1.2Bird
easydyéiqʄḭʔvseasy, simplecfiên2iên1iənvseasy; peacefulcfpi–iên4.8.4Peace6.1.3.1Easy, possible
eattuyhtusveat all5.2.2Eatbeahbḭahveat for pleasure, freely5.2.2Eatrvóhʔər.wɔhvteat by spiritsPannáh rvóh (cha) lom ticuôi.Ghosts eat people’s livers.chichacicaːvieatDyê chicha pipál, te cháq chân uxáng lư béinh ng-hiêl arâq tiaq.After eating, he felt strong and light like before.Ngai át chicha.They stayed eating.Reduplicative prefix indicates ‘repetition’ or ‘in general’.cfDUP.CVN-5.2.2Eatlaloamlalṵamveat huge bite of meat5.2.2Eatcha 1caːvteatBabor lâyq dáh xua cha ingay, adáh A–aq cacheit.The babor doesn’t dare search eat by day, afraid Crow will kill him.5.2.2Eatnhóupɲṵpveat upon first invitation5.2.2Eat