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dadaːprohe, she, itDa mo ính tông, tông adâh.Whoever wants to speak, go ahead and speak.Ngéq aca toup tammun lư nnôr mpếh anha damo da cốh par–i ngéq ayô apâl Yang Rbang.All of the followers were very happy and whoever, that one.Kếh carbouiq tưi da nâh ngai pươih inâh kếh tangcóng.Then a-bun also it here they tied-up like-this so married-man.Contracted/clitic form only preceding demonstratives, although usually written together, e.g., damo.
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díhdih1conjandDo nhiêm díh tông, “….”He cried and said, “….”2quantplus; moreHe dông asuôi liêh máh práq ngki, alứng dông díh práq ính tớiq chơng liêh crpng tanna tưi.We brought first again all that money, with brought more money to buy food again also.
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ngâh3ŋɤhpro.posstheir; 3PL POSSKếh bưih tưi ucha ngâh, nám cáh itâc kếh ucha ngâh.So he didn’t also eat them, if not one uses then he eats them.Ucháh, tâm bây lâyq vi lư táq ngâh xáq, ucháh âh nưm.He chopped carelessly, he didn’t really fight their demon, he chopped it only.Alternatively, ngâh could be pronoun for lords and spirits.9.2.3Pronouns
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ngoungŋṵːŋngongDơi xiaq dơi ayưn tưi toan ngoung toan tarle tưi.They still dance around the sacrifice, still dance also, beat gongs and beat cymbals too.syncong2sit:cong itoan; sound:tung ngung
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pươihpɯəsvtie hair in bun??Kếh carbouiq tưi da nâh ngai pươih inâh kếh tangcóng.Then a bun also here they tied up like this.
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tâc yâctɤk jɤkexphungry??; far-away??; stuck??; cut off??A–ám a–i nháng cung tâc yâc tốq veil, icốh.Our parents also are far away?? at the village.
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taih nhaltaːs ɲaːlvirefuseDo ôi taih nhal, utông lâyq bôn amâh.He refused, he said he didn’t have any (or could also have said, “I don’t want to give it to you”)Used in reference to someone’s refusal.
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a–ám a–iʔaʔam ʔaʔiːn.kinparentsDialects that use counh cán also use a–ám a–i, but in non-possessive contexts.4.1.9Kinship
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achécʔacɛkvtsting, burn, irritateAlso used of people who irritate or disrespect.
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achírʔacirncashewAlso used to make spinning tops.cfareihcl: culay1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant
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ahárʔaharvshot, pepperyAlso a clan name.synaháqcfacheic 1pk dial.:achéc2.3.3Taste5.2.3.3.3Spice4.1.9Kinship
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aluôngʔaluəŋncurrent; sourceAlso source of wind, light, etc.synaloungrecp:tarloung1.3.2.1Flow
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anha2ʔaɲaːnhathey(two)conjandNang TaNgức anha CantưiRich Girl and Orphancfmoui1pa dial.: môi; pc dial.: mui9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.6.1.1And, also9.2.5Conjunctions
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ati1ʔatiːti1arm; handnarm, including handAlthough ati the entire arm to fingertips, there are also words that specify all of the parts.cfni2sit: mâh ni, bar ni1.6.2Parts of an animal

ati1arm; hand

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atouhʔatṵːhvmlet fall; dropAtouh ngéq daq mát.His tears fell.Also VM, unintentional w/o subject.cfntouhcaus:patouhpatouh7.3.2.5Lower something
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atúqʔatuʔvtswallow whole or poorly chewedAlso used figuratively of consuming wealth, property.synlônnomi:parlôn; invol:talôn
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avaiʔawaːjadv(do) first, next, before anything elseCư chou rom avai.I’ll return to recover first.9.6.1.1And, also8.4.5.1.2First
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avốq2ʔawoʔn.kingrandfatherAlso as title of respect, including earth and sky gods; FF, MFcfachuôihcl:náq; cpart:achêh, acáq4.1.9Kinship
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avóuqʔawṵʔ1n.kingrandfatherông đấtAvóuq iyóung.God, the high one.Also title of respect, including earth and sky gods.; FF, MFcfa–ámcpart:a–i; cl:náq, lám; title:par–ám4.1.9Kinship2titleSir; Mr.Term of respect3titleLord; GodAvóuq cuteac.Earth god.Term of respect.
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callóuhkəl.lṵhnequipment used in pounding rice with mortar, pestleCallóuh ân ngéq hóuc taltiêh.Results of pounding scattered all over from wild pounding.Also of the pounding itself.cfcallouh
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can-kənn.pfxnominalized verbDyoum > candyoum.To wrap > a package.Ính > cannính.To want > desire.This also occur on many words that are not nominalizations. It can look like an -n- nominalized word, but it is not the same since it is a prefix preceding a verb, rather than an infix in the verb, e.g., cannâl from câl. cf-N/L-
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carhangkər.haːŋviburnedNgai carhang caryóung cou béinh lư ân atóuq.They were burned by the strong heat.Also used for heat of passion.
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carrotkər.rɔːtnhoney beeBuilds nest in hole in tree or ground.; Also domesticated.cfardecl: lám; pl dial.: kiyiêlcanyialcl: lám; pl dial.: kiyiêlingourcl: lámkiyiêlcl: lámpeit1sit: peit itangtanníngprod: daq tanníng1.6.1.7Insect

carrotbee

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châucɤwvimake noise, talk when should listenAcâp ichâu.Stop talking when should listen.Noise of all kinds of talking. Also of people arguing, some saying this, others saying that.synhínhcftáq châu
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chuôtcuətvmcaught on thorn, etc.; stuck by nail or something sharp; caught in trap; spring a trapAbíl chuôt xing.The mouse caught in the trap.Cư doq pi axuôi ado ipe abưih ipe chuôt cang parnai ngai.I told you ahead lest you be caught/trapped by their speech.Khoiq chuaq llám ayoun.One rabbit is already caught.Ayoun chuôt callo ngai, ma lâyq cray.A rabbit sprung someone’s trap but not caught.Also by words/speech.; It appears to me that first example is active while the second appears to be middle voice.6.4.2Trap
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