areaq [ʔarḭaʔ] vt severely punish, oppress, demand the impossible, e.g., of spirits in this life or the next trừng trị Yoa areaq do táq. Tell him to do something to suffer. Dyoun do areaq parnô parra. Let it (spirit) cause suffering in the future. [Like being ordered to do whatever will cause the greatest suffering, like ordering people to hike barefoot who have never gone without shoes.; Not killed, but forced to suffer so wished for death.] sit: do areaq, táq areaq cf: ráh areaq.