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achiu patʔacḭːw paːtnlarge curved knife6.7.1Cutting tool
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achơʔacɤːvsstupid; simple; ignorant; idiot; crazycfachơ ngơuq3.2.1.4Stupid
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achơ a–ơuʔacɤː ʔaʔɤːwvsfoolish; simple; ignorant; stupid; idiot; crazy
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achơ a–úngʔacɤː ʔaʔuŋvsfoolish; simple; ignorant; stupid; idiot; crazy
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achơ angúngʔacɤː ʔaŋuŋvsstupid; simple; ignorant; idiot; crazy
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achócʔacɔkvtstick (hog) in neck (only of hogs?)Achóc alic.Stick a hog.
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achong clúngʔacɔːŋ kluŋnlong, fertile valley in mountains1.2World
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achóqʔacɔʔnpottery bowl for cooking rice5.2.1Food preparation
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achưngʔacɯːŋvtinstruct; advise3.6Teach3.3.3.2Advise
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achưng veʔacɯːŋ wɛːvtinstruct; advise
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acóhʔakɔhvthit with knuckles, stick, pencil, etc.; knock (on door)cfngéngnomi: parngéng; recp: tarngéng; rep: ngangéng7.7.1Hit
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acóuhʔakṵhvthit with knuckles, stick, pencil, etc.; knock (on door)7.7.1Hit
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acuômʔakuəmvtput on blanket
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acuônʔakuənvthit someone7.7.1Hit
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adáhʔadahvtfear; be fearful, be afraid ofDo lư adáh cuxéinh.He’s very afraid of snakes.Do adáh pôc.He’s afraid to go.antdáh 1synaxêucallaqrt-v: claqndáhcfcarân3.4.2.4Afraid
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adâh1ʔadɤhprepdative to; of; forInha avaih chom kiên adâh acrây he.You don’t know the authority of our Vietnamese.A–ây ndo cán Khál--pưt padoq, adáh adâh tông day nnâh tangcóng tangcoang dyê amoq.Like mother of Khal--large goiter, afraid to say I’m a married man, sister.Assumed to be inalienably poss’d form of ado. cfado1 1apâhcl: náq9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions9.5.3.2Recipient (of a patient)
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adâh2ʔadɤhprtonly; at all; completely; go aheadNdóung ân yôl uih ngkếh idứh, kếh ngai xear trâm adâh tốq daq.When there was still fire, they got down under the water, wallowing completely in the water.Idứh lâyq bôn amứng uxứp, u–át adâh, u–át nhóung ntréinh.Previously didn’t have bark clothing to put on, he lived bare, he was watching lice (bare chested).tô adâhid.toː ʔadɤhinterj1stop completely; forget it completelyAnáq i–âq boi, acóuq, ao iêm ma tô adâh!Although lacking salt, bush knives, and clothing but forget it period!synthoui 1thoui 2
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adayʔadajproto me (in reported speech)1SG Dative-quotedcfacưunspec. comp. form ofa=19.2.3Pronouns
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adéh achóqʔadɛh ʔacɔʔnpottery bowl for cooking rice5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
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adéh daqʔadɛh daːʔntea kettlecfadéh che5.2.1.3Cooking utensil

adéh daqtea kettle

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ado2ʔadɔːprepDative to/forNgai dyoun ado icounh táq.They gave (it) to their father to fix.Ngai táh ado Achít.They discarded (it) to Achít.Ado appears to have been derived from clitic a= plus do ‘3SG’ in order to precede two syllable pronouns, nouns and proper nouns. However, the Kadô dialect indicates that it was probably derived from a non-clitic a plus do. 9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions9.5.1.1Beneficiary of an event9.5.3.2Recipient (of a patient)9.5.3.1Beneficiary (of a patient)
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adơaradṵarvtspank; slap-on-backcfpáhnomi: parpáh; recp: tarpáh; invol: tapáhpúhrecp: tarpúhtapnomi: tarnap; recp: tartap; invol: tatap
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adyóq atángʔaʄɔʔ ʔataŋvssour bitter“Sour grapes” A person who has nothing good to say; says hurtful things.
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