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cúmkumvtshackleInéh ngai rngíh nám icúm icang acay cán arâq ngcốh, cốh tốq acay pêq acay nô ra, lâyq hôi nnáng ilúh itáh.Like this they think: if we shackle that girl, then when she becomes pregnant, she won’t be able to run away any more.syncưmnomi: cannưmVN
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hang-hêchəŋheːkvipant (as from running)hang-hêc lalúhRunning and panting.
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lât2lɤtvaway; gone; escapedLât ulúh.Away he ran.cflaloaiq7.2.3.3Leave8.5.3.1Absent
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nannolnən.nɔːladvaround in circlesAcho lalúh nannol.The dog is running in circles.
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pa-pav.pfxcausativePacha.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-
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parheatpər.hḭatvsdeserted, desolate; vanished; e.g., arriving as everyone suddenly disappears; silenceNgéq lúh parheat; ngéq pít parheat.All fled away; everything vanished.4.6.7.3Countryside8.1.8.1Empty
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pláh3plahvsdispersed; fallen to pieces; scattered, e.g., after abandoning leaderArâq cưu hôm ayóung côh lúh lât tốq mo lât tốq mo.
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rúc1rukvlrise; stand suddenly; jump upImiêng âh Hu rúc lalúh rôp.Her o.brother Hu jumped up and ran to help.Cốh bâq rúc uyour tayứng.Then jumping he stood up.synyour 1caus: ayour, payour
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tóultṵladvstarting suddenlyTantóul do lalúh.Jerkily he runs.Tóul cư pôc.Suddenly I went.
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alóuhʔalṵhnkind of fish, minnow size; crawfish??Cốh bâq manh do ân clóuh, manh cumour alóuh cumour axoum pôc clóuh.Then she borrowed one who pounds rice, borrowed a young lady ??, young lady crawfish to go pound.1.6.1.5Fish
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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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carlóuhkər.lṵhnlanguage group
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cláh2klahunspec. var.calláhvsplit/divide lengthwise (with wedge)cfclúhláh1sit: láh abúng; caus: paláh; nomi: parláh; recp: tarláh; invol: taláhtupáh6.6.3Working with wood7.8Divide into pieces
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cliclóuhkliklṵhvihulling habitually with pounding sticksBar náq anha ân cumour át cliclóuh.Two girls are pounding grain.
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clóuh1klṵhvtpound; hull (grain)cfpláh16.2.6.2Mill grain
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clóuh2klṵhvput ring in buffalo’s nose to tie rope to
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llóung1ʔəl.lṵŋndoorway; windowcfalúhcl:lám6.5.2Parts of a building6.5.2.4Door
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lóuhlṵhvttear up, destroy; take down, dismantle (as house)cfrlóuhrt-v: lóuh7.9.2Tear down7.5.2.4Remove, take apart
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nnai xínʔən.naːj sinnsarongcfnnai plứh

nnai xínsarong

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pallóuhpəl.lṵhnblow gun--uses arrows furled on end instead of feathered
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phan hóngphaːn hɔŋvtcut hole throughsyntáq hóng tarclứh7.8.3Cut
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ralóuhralṵhvtbreak downDo ralóuh vít carrong ân tiaq.He broke down the old fence.
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rlóuhʔər.lṵhvscollapsed; damaged; destroyedCruông cuteq mmo ma par–ốh tarléinh cốh rlóuh cốh pít.Any country that fights each other will collapse, will be lost.antyôl in tiaqcflóuhcaus: palóuh; nomi: parlóuh; recp: tarlóuh; invol: talóuhrchêp7.9.3Destroy
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rlóuh cóuh kingʔər.lṵh kṵh kiːŋidiomcollapse to the groundPár dúng xu ma ính rlóuh cóuh king ma ính rchêp.He flew so that the houses and huts wanted to collapse to the ground.
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rlóuh rchêpʔər.lṵh ʔər.ceːpvscollapsed; damaged; destroyed
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