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crơng amoihkrɤːŋ ʔamɔːsngood emotions; empathycfcrơng carxeat3.4.1Feel good
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cukuːquanteach and everyCu ingay cu idau.Every day every night.syncứpcứptál1spec:tál llámtoih
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cứpkɯpquanteverysynacáq3cucutarrayhtál1spec:tál llámtoihcfpicứptreapspec:treap nnáq
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cứp nnáqkɯp ʔən.naʔnpeveryonecftál náq
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dedɛːvtstalkcfmoiqnomi: parmoiq; rep: mamoiq; sit: pôc mamoiq; pa dial.: patáq
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háơqhɯ̰ʔinterjpolite for giving; “here” of handing
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idứhʔidɯhkidứh1detforementioned; previously referred toAchít idứh pôc nhóung cốh hôm dông peih lâng dông tốq ntúq.Achít went and looked then found it and got it immediately and brought it to the place.Tư ngcốh xua ma lâyq hôm, dai ila along idứh.After that he searched but didn’t find anything, he wore the leaves (previously mentioned).In the day.; Also marks proper names and possessed nouns.cfâh18.4Time8.4.6.2Past2adv.tearliercfkilâng
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kidứhkidɯhPronunc.Variant ofidứh
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kilângkilɤŋadv.timmediate past, a little while agoDyê he cha kilâng.Already we ate just finished.cfidứh 2kidứhPronunc.Variant ofidứh8.4Time8.4.6.2Past
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lúc4luknsoft, new antler growthcfllúc llúr
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mamoiqmamɔːjʔvhuntingsynpapéinhsit: pôc papéinh6.4.1Hunt
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manáqmanaʔnumeach oneManáq phai púh manáq, manáq phai padâm manáq.Each one must hit each one, each one must oppress each one.
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mâq mơimɤʔ mɤːjvsclearly seen; understandable, easy to see
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mbơiqʔəmbɤːjʔadvjust; having justDo mbơiq tông li ngcốh cốh tíuq táp pát tarngứh.He had just said that, then suddenly died.syntammert-vt: ame
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môimoːjnumone
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môi chítmoːj citnumten; 10
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moiqmɔːjʔvthuntcfde
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mpơiqʔəmpɤːjʔadvjust; barelyNgcốh mpơiq tikeaih yơ ilayh.Now it’s just 9 a.m.
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nhóupɲṵpveat upon first invitation5.2.2Eat
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ơuʔɤːwndipper
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pachâtpacɤtvinvite to kill and eat buffalo as part of feastPachât veil Arứm, Arứm chât tiriaq.Arum village was invited to kill and eat a buffalo; Arum speared the buffalo.4.2.1.1Invite
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pachôqpacoːʔvtinvite (caus.)Ape pachôq tulúq ân lâyq chom parngíh parchứm.They pull into temptation those who don’t know how to think (e.g., discriminate between good and bad).4.2.1.1Invite3.3.3.3Persuade
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panốcpanokndipper; ladleTraditionally half of a coconut shell.cftanghoccl: lám5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
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panóucpanṵkndipper; ladleCan be half-coconut shell.cftanghoccl: lám5.2.1.3Cooking utensil

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paránparanvtlure; bait6.4.1Hunt
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