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bưih yốhbɯːs johnot yet (having avoided)Cốh acho crouh achít chou, bưih yốh cucheit, achít chou dông culay croul pânh mâh atéh.Then the dog barked No.10’s return, having avoided death, No.10 returned carrying a basketful of fruit.cfiyốhpa dial.: adyốhlâyq yốh1sit:lâyq yốh, bưih yốh; sit:íh yốh; pc dial.:iyốh; pa dial.:adyốh
dơi1dɤːj1auxcontinue; keep on; just the same; still; surelyMa Achít dơi lâyq catayh.But No.10 kept on not replying.Durative aspect.cfteng188.8.131.52Aspect--stative verbs184.108.40.206And, also2prtas usual; everAchít idứh pôc tatun dơi, dông llám acho.No.10 went following as usual, taking a dog.Follows the verbs.; When following the verb dơi appears to be a final particle, different from the adverb preceding the verbcftưiyôl
dyayhʄasbroken relation; never speak again because mistreatedAcâp idyoun tammoi cha xéich acho abưih dyayh.Don’t give a guest dog meat so avoid a broken relationship.
lâyq nnánglɤjʔ ʔən.naŋno longer; not anymoreVaih 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. synbưih nnángcfnnáng 220.127.116.11Aspect--stative verbs18.104.22.168Just, almost not22.214.171.124None, nothing126.96.36.199Only
ma1maːbutAcho kếh a–ám, kếh ma acho idứh cáh chom, ma tốq mo pôc vayh ma vi acho tun, pôc parui mu acay ngai, tốq mo pôc vayh vi acho tun.The dog was father, but that dog didn’t know how, but wherever they went to look, (but) there the dog followed, went leading their children, wherever they went searching, there was the. dog following.Two parts of a contrary clause will be marked with ma where English would use ‘and’ for the second one.; Apparently interchangeable with cốh_ma.
n=ʔnoneNlám acho nlám ticuai.One dog and one person.This n= is listed separately from n= ‘relativizer’ because this is a special usage found in Pahi. ; It appears that use of the relativizer/nominalizer emphasizes the individualization of the classifier, not allowing for more than one.
pa-pacausativePacha.Cause to eat, i.e., feed.Payóung.Cause to be up high.Adơaih idứh dông palúh alứng canchop acho.That monkey took causing-to-run with dog’s paws.Ndóung ngai pannhoup pidieiq, do lâyq vi chao xoaq aliêh.When they caused bad caused difficult, he didn’t.M-initial roots, e.g., mout ‘enter’, take ta-. syna-2ta-1cfca-pi-
parbár dúngpər.bar duŋguard of houseAcho cốh acho ân parbár dúng.That is a guard dog for a house.Can be all kinds of guards for all kinds of things, but parbár isn’t said in isolation
têl trêlteːl treːlexposed, of large testiclesAcho Carchól át bíq têl trêl tireal acho.Carchól’s dog was sleeping with large testicles exposed.
tôngtoːŋsayBabor tông ado a–aq, tông, “May tran day anhuôi, au.”Babor bird said to crow, said, “You paint me first, okay.”Cốh ape tông ado Achít, “May mout tapun acho.”So they said to No.10, “You go in after dog.”Any speech following tông is direct speech.cfpiredup:papi papoi; caus:papi; nomi:parpi; recp:tarpi; invol:tapitacang1rt-n: cang; recp: tarcangtammông3.5.1Say
tupuntupuːnfollowing; behindPít acho, la achít may veng tupun abưih pít. Nám pít alep pi–ốh acân.Lost the dog, No.10 run after so avoid losing. If lose, sister-in-law will be angry.
vaihwaːsbecomes, appears; inchoativeVaih acho lâyq hôi xâr tốq tua along.Became so dog couldn’t climb to the top of the tree.Cadâq nnéh phai pidóh ma dyoun o vaih carta.This squash seed must explode and causes a ladder to appear.Hôi anhúq tarclaiq adyưng vaih prứp.Hôi suffered her foot slipped so happened she fell.Icounh vaih dóuc.Their father became angry.syncơt1cflangúctroc188.8.131.52Become, change state
xamsaːmkind of squash with seeds that explodeAcho pôc tốq mbut, hôm mâh callong cadâq ân xam, cốh acho crouh.Dog went to wilderness, found a squash seed that explodes, so barked.