dyơlʄɤːlcheapDo téich dát lư cốh cư plây ndo ân dyơl.He sells very expensively so I buy from someone who sells cheaper.
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ngâh1ŋɤhunknown meaningNgâh u–ôi, “Day lâyq châm cui.”That is, he replied, “I can’t carry it.”Callúng ngâh ndóung dáng cruông daq.In some?? time in a river valley.Tambây lâyq vi lư táq ngâh xáq, ucháh âh nưm.Haphazardly hasn’t really fought such?? demons, he chopped it only.Kếh ngai cou ngâh itiêh uih tua.So they because just?? one ignites fire in treetops.Ikếh he tông ngâh tar–a.Like that we speak just?? in order to discuss.Vi yu campay cư nnâh cucheit kếh patun do ân yôl tumóung, do plây cha cư ân chêt két nưm ngâh mâh phân cư.For example my wife dies so they give offertory for the one who remains alive, he buys eat to me that dead a little only just?? a part of me.Lâyq idyoun ân ngâh callaq mmo .Not to give that any?? worry at all.
yâyq tơjɤjʔ tɤːnotebook; accountAmâh amâh ma a–i a–ám mmứng abôn ado ipe: pôc hoc, doq plây paráp yâyq tơ, viêt, mức, dyoun ipe cha o xay, cốh ính ipe phai hoc o mmín.Everything parents take care to get for you: schooling, buying supplies, notebooks, pens, ink, let you eat full, so want you to study industriously.Ngcốh ngeaih tiríng yâyq tơ.Then he counted-examined the accounts.
CantuaCən.tuəPacoh name for the Ta–oaih peopleA different people group west of the Pacoh, historically considered to be inhospitable, unfriendly. However, some Pacoh had trading relations to buy cloth, buffalo, etc., and some even intermarried with Ta–oaih.synTa–oaihCantua canchứngunspec. comp. formkən.tuə kən.cɯŋTa-oaih
DUP.CVN-CəNrepetitive, general, habitual actionHe pôc papéinh nno tang-hiêng nno ngai chanchóng.We went hunting in the summer the season when they burn.This prefix generally reduplicates the first C (consonant) and V (vowel) or CC and V of a one-syllable verb. In some cases, the prefixed vowel is different from the main syllable vowel, e.g., xot reduplicates as xixot, probably because /s/ has a palatal quality that favors /i/. Other cases are probably due to various histories. The N (nasal) in reduplications such as tantéich ‘selling’ and chanchơng ‘buying’ may also be buried in history for an etymologist to unearth.; This prefix occurs on active verbs rather than stative verbs.; Previously labeled Ra-.cfchichatatáqrt-v: táq