KadôkadoːnpropKado, 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.
kekɛːvocdear friend; respectful for superiors (used little)synbơ 1
kelkɛːlvcarry a child on hips, or something under arm
keoqkɛːwʔnflat of blade of bushknife, not the edgeKếh icoaih do kếh, bâq idoq inâh, kếh bâq ngai kéh ikéh ti keoq acóuq kếh chéh, kếh ibôn pru, kếh bôn uih.So one shaves that, then puts it like this, then one strikes against a blade of a bushknife, then it sparks, then one gets to blow, then have fire.cfpla1spec:pla abayhpla2spec:pla canưa pla achiu
kéh3kɛhvstrike flint, with or without a lighterKếh bâq ngai kéh ikéh ti keoq acóuq kếh chéh, kếh ibôn pru, kếh bôn uih.Then finally they struck and struck it against the back/side?? of a bushknife so it burned, then they were able to blow on it, then they had fire.Do kéh bec lư iên.He strikes a lighter very easily.Kéh_ikéh indicates repeated action.
kéihkḭhvtsharpenVi acóuq kếh ngai kéih tốq titar.They had bushknives so they sharpened on rocks.syncơih22.214.171.124Sharp