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wagetinêrtineːrnwageMay tu parrê may thê tinêr, cốh day táq inha bôn chou.Pay a debt and I’ll cause you to return.Only used in fables.synparrêtang-hêtəŋ.heːnwage; pay for work; salarysynparrêcfthê6.9.2Work for someone6.8.2.7Earn
wagescốngkoŋnwages; labor
wagonxe ilúqsɛː ʔiluʔncart; wagon; trailer
wailinga–uqʔaʔuːʔexpsound of wind or person wailingKicâr câr vi carxang te rbang a–ây xeang pru lư yứng a–uq pânh lâng hóng dúng.Surprised because of a sound from the sky like wind really wailing filling the house.A–uq unhiêm.She was wailing.3.4.2.1Sad2.3.2.4Loud2.3.2.3Types of sounds
waisttarvingtər.wiːŋnwaist; waistband1.6.2Parts of an animal
waistbandtarvingtər.wiːŋnwaist; waistband1.6.2Parts of an animal
wait forcounkṵːnvtwait for; ambush; anticipateCư át coun péinh achéiq.I am waiting to shoot a bird.Ngai coun táq couiq.They lie in ambush to attack.Usually followed by a verbal complement, but can be followed by a noun phrase.syncâyq táqpân16.4.1Hunt7.2.7.3Waitngcongʔəŋkɔːŋvtwait for, expect; hope for3.2.7Expectpân1pɤnvtwait forCan be intransitive or transitive, but almost never followed by a verb.syncouncfcróq17.2.7.3Waitconkɔːnvtwait for; ambushUsually followed by a verbal complement, but can be followed by a noun phrase.6.4.1Hunt7.2.7.3Waitcoa2kṵavtwait for7.2.7.3Wait
wait for each othertarpân pântər.pɤn pɤnviwait for each otherTốq ngâh rchúng mbóuq iên icha pêl práh o coq ngâh tarpân pân.When you gather together to eat a meal, you should wait for each other.
wait in ambushcâyq táqkɤjʔ taʔvtwait in ambushsyncoun6.4.1Hunt7.2.7.3Wait
wait to meetcoun câyqkṵːn kɤjʔvtwait to meet someoneCư coun câyq achai dưnh lư.I waited to meet you for a long time.7.2.7.3Wait
wait-on-guestshơuhɤːwvwait on guests during celebration
wait-patientlycróq1krɔʔvtwait patientlycfpân17.2.7.3Wait
waive a debttáh paryưmtah pər.jɯːmvtwaive/cancel a debt4.8.4.7Forgive
wake-each-other-upparxât paryơpər.sɤt pər.jɤːviwake each other upparxâtpər.sɤtviwake each other up
wake-upparríc parrúcpər.rik pər.rukexpof waking up suddenly; jump-upayư1ʔajɯːvremember; wake up3.2.6Remembertriêhtriəhviwake up; be alert; watchfulNtruôi ticár triêh (ticár tarnôp).The cock crows awake (crows to start up).cfmayhiyư2ʔijɯːviwake up; stay awakesynmayh5.7.3Wake up5.7.1Go to sleepamayhʔamasviwake upMay coq ngâh your ayư amayh aliêh.You must get up and wake up again.Causative, but possibility of cmpd ayư_amayh or clitic o_mayh ‘so awake’.
walkvavéiqwawḭʔviwalk??Yêxu át vavéiq dáng dúng Yang dáng ngcưm Xa-lamôn.Jesus was walking in the temple in the porch of Solomon.pôc ticaqpoːk tikaːʔvlwalksynpôc dyưng7.2.1.1Walkpôc dyưngpoːk ʄɯːŋvlwalksynpôc ticaq7.2.1.1Walkticaq1tikaːʔvistep; walk7.2.1.1Walk
walk-along-riverpearpḭarvlgo around the edges; wind up steep incline; walk along edge of riverIpôc pear na tor daq.Go along the banks of the river.Like child learning to walk around the wall.cfpanear7.2.2Move in a direction7.2.4Travel7.2.3Move toward something
walk-backwardsxaxunsasuːnvwalk backwards7.2.1.1Walk
walk-in-flankpang3paːŋvwalk in a flank several abreast at arms-length7.2.1.1Walk
walking in rowscaldyénkəl.ʄɛnvimany walking straight ahead, filling the roadNgai caldyén ngai tatoi dông hear dông crao lư yứng.They shouted clamorously and very loud.syntatoicflallén
walking-impolitelyhít2hitvof speaking awkwardly or unclearly; of walking in front of person impolitely
walk-on-logtidoltidɔːlvwalk along a log, e.g., cross a bridge7.2.1.1Walk
wallrtángʔər.taŋnwallcfcallân6.5.2Parts of a building6.5.1.5Fence, wallcantángkan.taŋnwall6.5.2Parts of a building6.5.1.5Fence, wallrtáng rtúckan.taŋ ʔər.tuknwallcallânkəl.lɤnnwall of housecfclân2rtáng
walletbopbɔːpnwallet, folder
wallowtrâmtrɤmviwallow (of buffalo)