y.cousinamonʔamɔːnn.kinnephew; niece; y.cousinApe amon achau ma béinh xoanh lư ơn Yang Rbang.The children and grandchildren are healthy, thank God.Can be used to politely refer to children, like cháu. in VN.4.1.9Kinship
yescray11krajvsyes, true, correct, accurate, right on; pleasing toCốh cou icốh vi do ân lư cray.So because of that there are those who are very accurate.Do hôi péinh lư cray.He’s able to shoot very accurately.syncleap1cfdúng17.7.2Aim at a target18.104.22.168Trueơqʔɤːʔinterjyes; agreedcfca–ưq
yesterdayingay inôʔiŋaj ʔinoːadv.tyesterday8.4.1Period of time22.214.171.124.2Yesterday, today, tomorrow1.1.1Suninôʔinoːadv.tyesterdaycfingay ntrentre8.4.1Period of time126.96.36.199.2Yesterday, today, tomorrow1.1.1Sun
yet?cáh yốh 2kah johynqyet?May ính pôc cáh yôh?Do you want to go yet?synayốh 1iyốhʔijohnegnot yet; yet?Carna ân itáq ipôc lám loui nnéh ma iyốh dyê.The way we work and go in the past wasn’t finished yet.Only used in the negative; all negatives can function as interrogatives.synlâyq yốh1lâyq yốh2cfbưih yốh188.8.131.52Question words184.108.40.206.2Not yetayốh 2ʔajohynqyet?May ính pôq ayốh?Do you want to go yet?lâyq yốh1lɤjʔ johnegnot yet; yet?Kếh ape Arứm íh âh yốh Cavaq, thét carna ipôc.So they are of Arum, not yet Cavaq; you’ve gone the wrong way.Only used in the negative. When occurring finally as a question word, it assumes the alternative proposition, X or not yet X?syniyốhcfbưih yốh
yokeyujuːnyoke for buffaloanoalʔanṵalnyoke220.127.116.11Plow a fieldcang2kaːŋvtshackle; tie pieces of wood to pig’s neck to keep him from running awayTe Acay cán ma lâyq cannính lom cốh a–i a–ám phai cúm cang.If a daughter doesn’t agree, then the parents must shackle a yoke.cfcannang
yondertuhtuːhdetyonder; way over thereLonger vowel than túh for greater distance.9.2.3Pronouns8.5.2Directiontúh1tuhdetyonder9.2.3Pronouns8.5.2DirectionyóuhjṵhdemyonderVi llong te cốh te yóuh a–úh atuc ân lallong.There was a tree from there from yonder a derelict drum that was floating.chauqcawʔnyonderDaq loi ngốh te chauq, alâng daq cât cuteac ma alâng do te tíh.More water came out from yonder, with water from the ground but with it from there.nchốhʔəɲcohdemyonderntúhʔəntuhproyonder; way over thereHead of NP as pronoun, modifier of head as REL.CL.cfntíhntóh9.2.3Pronouns8.5.2DirectionyốcjokdemyonderAteing idứh pôc xua pôc cha, dông nhanhiêm tốq arưih, tốq cốh, tốq yốc.Ateng went looking for food, went crying to old fields, to there, to yonder.
youcanakanaːproyou (intimate)Cana pitương.Said of one who bosses like a chief (VN tướng). Cana pixai.Said of one who bosses like big brother.Sometimes translated as ‘friend’.9.2.3Pronounsmaymajproyou; 2SGTốq mmo may pôc?Where are you going?But Pacoh may can be used in normal address, not speaking down like mày. synmâh19.2.3Pronounsunspec. comp. formamay
you (IMPER)ngâh42ŋɤhpro2nd person in commands and wishesA–i dơi bâl boup tông achưng acư, ngâh iyư tốq nô ra!Mother kept instructing me, (you) remember in the future.Ngâh cachan hoc hanh o hôi uráq u–ar.(You) eagerly study so capable of writing.A name or 2nd person pronoun is rarely used in a command.