Pacoh - English
pa paː side; sleeping place syn ntíq nomi: bíq 8.6.3 Side
pa- pa causative Pacha. Cause to eat, i.e., feed. Payóung. Cause to be up high. Adơaih idứh dông palúh alứng canchop acho. That monkey took causing-to-run with dog’s paws. Ndóung ngai pannhoup pidieiq, do lâyq vi chao xoaq aliêh. When they caused bad caused difficult, he didn’t. M-initial roots, e.g., mout ‘enter’, take ta-. syn a- 2 ta- 1 cf ca- pi-
pa dúng paː duŋ roof of house
pacang pakaːŋ bad, wild cf phông sit: nnáq phông
pacán pakan revile; oppose; speak evil of syn canhét capal chao anôi
pacáp ngcáng pakap ŋkaŋ silenced; shut their mouths syn câng lâng
pacâr pakɤr surprise, startle 188.8.131.52 Surprise
paclác paklak distract; cause to be confused As to cover your work so you forget what you were doing; ignore those pestering. cf paclai
paclác paclêu paklak pakleːw distract; cause to be confused
paclâu paklɤw unspec. comp. form of clâu
pacléh paklɛh take aside Do dông ape pacléh nday. He took them aside.
pacoum pali pakṵːm paliː cloth woven by hair of dead to make sky Cán Pathen Palui tanh pacoum pali rong xóuc. Woman Pathen_Palui (mythical ancestor) out and weaves cloth of hair.
Pacóh pakɔh Pacoh, people of the mountain Incorrectly called Ta–oy.
pacóng pakɔŋ arm’s length Dyê ngcốh carbơ idứh cahốq mâh pacóng. Then the crocodile opened it’s mouth an arm length. cf achâng nomi: rachâng ; recp: rchâng châng
Pacóuh pakṵh Pacoh, people of the mountain Incorrectly called Ta–oy.
pacóum pakṵm colored, expensive material (cloth)
pacóum pakít pakṵm pakit colored, expensive material (cloth)
pacông pakoːŋ fork of tree--large branches cf tucáh
pacơt pakɤːt cause to become
pacra palno pakraː pəl.nɔː repair
pacrang phat pakraːŋ phaːt discipline; correct
pacu pakuː pigeon 184.108.40.206 Bird pacu pigeon