Search results for "nnáng."
cang₂ [kaːŋ] vt shackle; tie pieces of wood to pig’s neck to keep him from running away xiềng Te 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. sit: cang alic; caus: pacang; recp: tarcang; invol: tacang; rep: cacang; nomi: kinang, cannang cf: cannang.
lâyq nnáng [lɤjʔ ʔən.naŋ] neg no longer; not anymore không nữa Vaih acho lâyq hôi xâr tốq tua along nnáng tốq tingôi nnéh. So it became that dogs are no longer able to climb to the top of trees until the present time. [Often discontinuous. More categorical than bưih_nnáng. ] syn: bưih nnáng cf: nnáng. 184.108.40.206. Aspect--stative verbs. 220.127.116.11. Just, almost not. 18.104.22.168. None, nothing. 22.214.171.124. Only (cmpd)
lnho [ʔəl.ɲɔː] vs pliable; flexible; agile; soft; worn out; relaxed dễ uốn Ndóung ichóuh itrứh dơi lnho lâyq rap. When planting, one can’t relax. Xiêu táq dyoun Culeat cơt lnho lnhéih lâyq hôi táq r–ay amâh nnáng. Wine caused Culeat to become so relaxed he couldn’t do anything any longer. Táq lnho. Be flexible or Make something pliable. [Used of a drunk who has lost all drive.] syn: ant: leng 2 126.96.36.199. Stiff, flexible. 188.8.131.52. Bend
teaih₃ [tḭas] vs jinxed; cursed xui xẻo; trục trặc Do ân pôc papéinh ma inô ntra bôn ma ngcốh lâyq ibôn nnáng. A shooter but in the past a good shot, but now can’t hit anymore. [As when always good at it before, but since he did something wrong in his sacrifice or prayer, he can’t get it right again. Or if he let someone eat parts that were xui forbidden for anyone else, or for a pregnant wife.]