English - Pacoh


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kabobtarlêqtər.leːʔnkabobNám icốh cốh may dông mâh ntrayh tarlêq nnéh, may bóuh o lư rông cốh bâq may achít tốq móuh ivóuq may ngcốh au?If like that then you take a piece of this kabob; you roast so very ??, then you poke it into the nose of your grandfather there, hear?
KadoKadôkadoːnpropKado, also called ‘Bru Pacoh’, or ape_nki_ndô ‘those (who say) there and here’Former dialect of Pacoh, but much borrowing from Bru. Mostly in Samuôi,Huyên district of Laos. nki ‘that’ ndô ‘this’. Region called mưang_Lia.
kapok-treetruôltruəlnkapok tree1.5.1Tree
Katu saying in house buildingay nâh âyʔaj nɤh ʔɤjphsaying by Katu in house building sacrificeNkếh dúng ngai ay nâh ây dúng achai nnâh.So their houses ?? this brothers house.May refer to the sacrifice of others for the planting of this house.
keeppilámpilamvkeep as souvenirCư doq pilám ndo a–ám.I kept as a souvenir my father’s belonging.tán1tanvtkeep; observe taboo; abstainNgai ính cacheit Yêxu cou do lâyq tán ingay ngâh angô.They wanted to kill Jesus because he didn’t observe the Sabbath.Ndóung ixot tro dúng ngcốh tán, lâyq hôi xâr.During harvest rice house that observes taboo, not able to go up (enter).close village when taboo to entercfa–eqtêh4.9.5.6.1Taboo4.5.4.1Obeychư2cɯːvguard, keepcfbár2tartántər.tanvikeep; maintain; hold in heartAcâp tartán dóuc xóul tingôi tốq mát rbang plout.Don’t keep anger until night.syntardaơi
keep ondơi1 1dɤːjauxcontinue; keep on; just the same; still; surelyMa Achít dơi lâyq catayh.But No.10 kept on not replying.Durative aspect.cfteng9.4.1.3Aspect--stative verbs9.6.1.1And, also
keep-backcayíqkajiʔvtkeep-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
keep-goingvéiqwḭʔvikeep going in and out, keep going back and forthArâq acay nong át véiq, cốh cư tông, Acâp pôc acâp véiq.He always keeps going back and forth, so I say, Stop going back and forth.
keep-mouth-shut-tightcáp mínkap minvpkeep mouth shut tight, even though want to contradict/disagreecfkealpangcaơt3.3.2.2Refuse to do something
keep-oncưqkɯːʔadvkeep on; continueAvang cưq ngeat daq, a–aq tưp uih.Blackbird keeps diving into the water, crow.
keep-on-eatingílʔilvkeep on eating
keep-partyíqjiʔvtkeep part; save back partDamo ân lâyq tâc ân Yang Rbang doq dyoun cốh Yang Rbang yíq pangngéq aliêh loi ân do dyoun.Whoever doesn’t use what God has given, then God will take back all that he gave.Not stolen like pơt. cfpơt
keep-patiencekhâm lomkhɤm lɔːmidiomkeep patience; persistent; self-controlledantnhom lompahưl lomcfter lom4.3.6Self-controlled
keepsakelám2lamnkeepsake
keeps-askingradưqradɯːʔadvknows already but keeps askingdadưqdadɯːʔadvknows already but keeps asking
keep-sayingtahuôrtahuərvkeep saying even though realize you are wrong
keep-secretdyiênʄiənvdeny, keep secret, refuse to tellNdyê lư ma udyiên.It’s obvious but he denies it.cflâyq têq3.5.1.3.3Contradict9.4.6.1No, not3.3.5.2Reject3.5.1.1.5Say nothing
keep-workingtamiêntamiənvkeep working e.g., even if lose everything as to keep working a bad field6.1.3Difficult, impossible
kerosenerâu ibeitrɤw ʔibḭːtnkerosene5.5.6Fuel
kerosene lampden râudɛːn rɤwnkerosene lampsynden beitden beitdɛːn bḭːtnkerosene lampsynden râu
kerosene-canthúngthuŋndeep-basket; measuring can, kerosene can; barrel8.2.8Measure6.7.7Container
keytarnéctər.nɛknkeyDo cadyiq tarnéc llóung ndo Davit.He holds the door key of David.
Khantoke tableadiênʔadiənntray; Khantoke tableWoven basket on stand used as serving tray for rice.6.6.4.2Weaving baskets and mats5.2.2.8Eating utensil5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
kickkichuyhkicusvknee a person; kick lightly with foot, toescfchoihkithuyhkichíhkicihvtkick with bottom of foot, kick to sidesyncâq2cfchoih7.7.3Kickpayhpasvkick with side of foot7.7.3Kickchoihcɔːsvkick straight and hardsyncâq2cfcâq1kichíhkichuyh2.5.3Injure7.7.3Kickchốccokvtkick straight and hard2.5.3Injure7.7.3Kickcâq1kɤʔvkick sideways; kick backwards; stampcfchoih7.7.3Kick
kick-with-solestarcâqtər.kɤʔvkick/fight with soles of feet7.7.3Kick