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pithoarpithṵarpreach; announce, informYêxu pithoar moui pahoc paxoui inéh: “Ngéq ipe coq canhin ân thét loaih cou cruông pưt críh ndo Yang Rbang tumán lư tốq.”Jesus preached and taught this: “You must all repent of sin because the kingdom of God is near to arrive.”cfntêrpiredup:papi papoi; caus:papi; nomi:parpi; recp:tarpi; invol:tapi18.104.22.168Show, indicate
tanghoartəŋ.hṵaredict; announcement; announcerCư pôc pi pôc thoar tanghoar do.I am speaking and announcing his announcement.Cư pi tanghoar avóuq ngcốh.I have spoken at the order of that important person.Ngéq ca ape ân tanghoar cốh dơi thoar axuôi ingay nnéh.All of the announcers (prophets) announced ahead this day.
thứcthɯkannouncePôc thức angai ân át tốq xu ân at tôq piday chou tốq veil.Go announce to those in houses and those in fields to return to the village.
cahoarkahṵarspread; announced; broadcastParhanh do ngai pi ngai cahoar vât ngéq mương.News of him they spread all over the region.
xaosaːwannounce invitations before hand so persons can prepareNgai doq pi axuôi ân ngai ính teing.They tell ahead those they want to invite.
acâyqʔakɤjʔin order to be prepared in advanceCantóuh ân tanghoar doq thoar acâyq dyoun ngai chom parnai ân tốq mammát.The prophets announced in order to prepare them to know matters in the future.
clơaiklɯ̰ajoverflowing; above the top; no more possible; full to overflowingCốh dyoun cacháq ado ticuôi pray may pânh claơi lom carvan pi thoar parlayh may.So give to your servants overflowing courage to announce your word.Do dyoun acư axâq clơai mâh atéh.He gave me rice full one basket.If water, excess is lur.
calôihkaloːs1vtrefuse; decline; reject; make excuseCư calôih ado cou cư mmaq pôc.I declined to him because I’m too busy to go.Xiêu táq dyoun he lâyq rap calôih tông: “Lâyq ính.”Liquor makes us so we can’t decline and say, “I don’t want any.”Said to guests for lack of good care, etc.; said to person who offers something not good for you.; Excuses may be valid or not.cfcalôih 22viapologizeTốq tamoui cốh calôih cachân o patát.As when a guest arrives unannounced and nothing is prepared.cfcalôih 1