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relieve of griefpangclaipəŋ.klaːjvtlessen; relieve of griefcfpangclu3.4.2.4.1Worriedclai2klaːjvtlessen; relieve of griefArâq daq atóuq lư, lâyq châm ingoiq, cốh idyeal daq tangan, iclai.Like water too hot to drink, but get cold water to lessen it.Anáq irâu ma nám vi yâu pôc calloun, cốh clai ân râu, ân angoaq, ân alang.Although sad, but if there are friends to go entertain, then relieve the sadness, loneliness, missing.3.4.2.4.1Worried
religiondao1daːwnmorals; religionpineanpinḭannreligionPikét pinean.To belittle religion; irreligious.
relocateriqriːʔvtighten, pull tight; move magically; relocateNám i–ính bôn te cốh ntíh, cốh ntíh iriq pachúng tốq néh.If one wants to have something from over there, one pulls together drawstrings to here.E.g., drawstrings of tui_parriq a magical bag by which one can supposedly move places and things.synreit
rely oncampokəm.pɔːvtrely onsyncampei
rely-oncampeikəmpḭːvtrely onsyncampokinứmkinɯmvtlean on, trust in, put faith inKinứm do, ahư, ma lâyq tông kinứm nốh.Trust him or his reputation, but not his name.Cư dơi kinứm campo A–ám.I still put my faith in Father.synmálnhơ1 1yo27.1.6Lean3.2.5.1Believe
remainderllo liêhʔəl.lɔː liəhnremainderVi toup ân llo liêh hôi ibôn rêh na ân o.There is a remainder that are able to choose the good way.
rememberiyư1ʔijɯːvtremember; think aboutsyntarlâng lomcfmmứngtarlâng lomtaơp nhaơp3.2.6Rememberalang1ʔalaːŋvtmiss; remember; affection for country and people; patriotism3.2.6Rememberadyưʔaʄɯːvtremember ; misscfmmứngayư1ʔajɯːvremember; wake up3.2.6Remember
remember-and-judgetiríngtiriŋvremember and judge; examineNgâh tiríng cang cốh ichom cang do cốh (ixáng llám cang, lâyq ihôm maiq).By investigating speech one knows that person’s speech (hearing only the speech and not seeing the person).Acay a–ay ma cư tiríng vi thét ado yang amâh.Child is sick but I investigate wrong done to whichever spirit.Arâq vi ê lư ticuôi tốq dúng ma tiríng damo dyê chicha damo lâyq yốh chicha.Like there are many people in the house but find out which have eaten and which have not.syninhóung iplốh ngai
remembers-alltarlâng lomtər.lɤŋ lɔːmvsof person who remembers everything; missantcleirsyniyư1cfiyư13.2.1.3Intelligent3.2.6Remember
remindcatâyhkatɤsvsremindCư vi parlayh catâyh payư.I have a message to remind you.cfcachâp caxây3.2.6.4Remindcartâyh paryưkər.tɤs pər.jɯːviremind each othercartâyhkər.tɤsviremind each otheratâyhʔatɤsvremindMôi-xe do nong tông atâyh angai.Moses, he always spoke reminding them.3.2.6.4Remind
remoldmun taman1muːn tamaːnvtremold people--kill, cook, pound, mold and reviveMay mun taman lâng hip tahuôp?Do you remold or are you a glutton?Designated n in dictionary, but clearly v in text below.cfman1man2
remove-scalestiêih ntriêhtiəs ʔəntriəhvpremove scales5.2.1Food preparation
renegeloup1lṵːpvrenegeE.g., I loaned 10, but later he says I didn’t loan, or I only loaned part of that. Or, later disagrees with any agreement we had previously.
rentthêtheːvthire; rentcftang-hê6.8.4.6Hire, rent6.9.2Work for someone
REPDUP.CVN-CəNv.pfxrepetitive, general, habitual actionHe pôc papéinh nno tang-hiêng nno ngai chanchóng.We went hunting in the summer the season when they burn.This prefix generally reduplicates the first C (consonant) and V (vowel) or CC and V of a one-syllable verb. In some cases, the prefixed vowel is different from the main syllable vowel, e.g., xot reduplicates as xixot, probably because /s/ has a palatal quality that favors /i/. Other cases are probably due to various histories. The N (nasal) in reduplications such as tantéich ‘selling’ and chanchơng ‘buying’ may also be buried in history for an etymologist to unearth.; This prefix occurs on active verbs rather than stative verbs.; Previously labeled Ra-.cfchichatatáq
repairsoːvrepair (house)synpangcrapacrapakraːvrepairpacra palnopakraː pəl.nɔːvrepairpangcrapəŋ.kraːvrepairsyn
repair-netbaiqbaːjʔvtrepair netcfclam
repayôi2ʔoːjvrepay (debt)syncatayh6.8.5.4Repay debtpiyưmpijɯːmvrepayCư piyưm cray peaiq culiêh ado.I repaid exactly back to him.chul paryưmcuːl pər.jɯːmvprepay; pay a debt6.8.5.4Repay debt4.7.7.7Atone, restitution
repaymentcalloihkəl.lɔːsnthat which is used to repay or replace6.8.5.4Repay debt
repeatroihrɔːsvrepeat things said in the past
repeatedlylép iléplɛp ʔilɛpexprepeatedlyDo caplayh lép ilép.It blinked repeatedly.Only used of blinking.
repent-deeplyulơʔulɤːadvrepent deeplyNgai coa xáng parlayh pi thoar ndo Yôna moui canhin ulơ.They heard the message Jonah preached and they repented and turned from evil.cfcanhin
repent-ofcanhinkaɲiːnvtrepent ofCanhin ân thét loaih tou táq ado Avóuq Rbang, pancra lom tou.Repent of your sins against God and repair your hearts.cfulơ4.8.4.6Repent3.5.2.4Admit
repetitiouscranhkraːɲvsrepetitiousAcâp idyeal ngéq parlayh parnai lâyq bôn callong lâyq bôn cháq xu panốh cranh.Don’t use a lot of meaningless, repetitious words.
replacethoqthɔːʔvreplace something ruined or lostcftang1cháp2capvtreplaceNám ichóh amâh ma vi ân cucheit cốh ichóh cháp ân tamme.If one plants somthg but some die, then one plants fills-in new ones.cláp tangklap taːŋvtreplace