Pacoh - English


u


u1irreg. infl. ofdo avítdo
u2ʔuːvtalk behind back; gossip
u=ʔuːpers3rd person anaphoric clitic pronoun, replaces do before one syllable verbsNám lâyq, cốh uyoa nháng táq coul do.If not, then he=orders us to be his slaves (the rich man).Tiriaq ngéq umout tốq piday.All the buffalo entered the field.A clitic subject bound to monosyllable verbs (rarely written with a space between); replaces do ‘3SG’.syndocontr:da ‘in certain combinations, e.g., damo or da_mo ‘whoever’’, u=; du:anha; pl:ape, ngai
U=ʔutitle.clitclitic u= as title of respect can replace grandfather title Vóuq UNon = Vóuq Non.Sir Non = Grandfather Non.title of respect
u xúnhʔuː suɲvtrespect; be politeto; guard manners; be carefulI–u ixúnh a–i a–ám; acâp ngâh tacang; acâp itông ân lâyq o.Respect parents; don’t be noisy or speak disrespectful.
uc i–ucʔuːk ʔiʔuːkexpsquealing
ucâhʔukɤhnlandslidecftacâhsit: tacâh carơang
ucluôhʔukluəhndysentery--die if not treated in one daycfutruôh
ucrơhkrɤːhnheat rash; eczemaAlways attributed to an agent: u.
uchaʔucaːexclOh!Avốq noi, “Ucha, ngot chicha coaq o chicha clo.”Tiger said, “Oh, I’m so hungry it would be good to eat a snail.”
uchóungʔucṵŋvsaid in myths of spirit causing cleared forest to spring back to lifeUchóung o móung along.It magically causes to grow vegetation.
uchôiq lomʔucoːjʔ lɔːmvcrave, ‘it tempts liver’3.3.1.8Lust3.3Want3.4.1.1Like, love
udâyhʔudɤsvconvulse, roll around
uiʔuːjvsquashed, soft inside (fruit), sore and aching (body)
uih1ʔuːsnfirewood6.6.3.2Wood5.5.6Fuel
uih1firewood
uih2ʔuːsnfire5.5Fire
uih poihʔuːs pɔːsnfirewood
ulaʔulaːnleafNám a–ay pallúng cốh pôc xua ula along ân atâng (atáng?).If stomach ache, then go look for bitter leaves.1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant
ulaleaf
ula taloʔulaː talɔːnthatch leaf from a kind of palm1.5Plant1.5.1Tree
ula xóhʔulaː sɔhnlungs1.6.2Parts of an animal
ulơʔulɤːadvrepent 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
ung a–ơngʔuːŋ ʔaʔɤːŋexpcomfortably; luxuriouslyI–át ibíq ma nuq anơq dáng mpiên cachơng, ung a–ơng dáng nchaq pa.They lived and slept luxuriously on beds and sleeping mats.2.3.5.1Comfortable
upʔuːpvtovershadow
uplâq mátʔuplɤʔ matvphypnotize2.5.6.6Vision, hallucination
uqʔuːʔvtnurse, to suckcfdyéiuqcaus: padyéiuq, tadyéiuq; nomi: pardyéiuq; invol: tadyéiuq; pk dial.: dyóiq5.2.2Eat2.1.1.4Mouth