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rahongrahɔːŋvtlight (torch)Nháng pôc tốq daq, rahong arâm.We go to water and light a torch.
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tâc yâctɤk jɤkexphungry??; far-away??; stuck??; cut off??A–ám a–i nháng cung tâc yâc tốq veil, icốh.Our parents also are far away?? at the village.
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tamprangtəmpraːŋclclassifier for crossbowCốh nháng pôc, dông mâh ngco dyiêih, bar náq nháng bar tamprang tumiêng moui bar lám tileit moui bar rang acóuq.Then we went, took a bamboo section of sap, two of us two crossbows, two back baskets, and two bushknives.
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tarnictər.niːkvibefriend; go do things togetherNháng tarnic.We befriend each other.synchachúng
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tarxáng2tər.saŋvhear each other; perceive each otherIcốh ân bar náq nháng icốh dơi arâq a–i a–ám nháng tarxáng icốh.The two of us are like that, still like our parents perceive each other.
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thôq thang pang tumóungthoːʔ thaːŋpaːŋtumṵŋidiomgood fortune; blessingsCốh ma nám yôl o thôq thang pang tumóung nháng tốq mammát, xeq ipe rbang cuteq patrang dáng mo ân o clúng clang ang tinga, anha ntúq ngcốh rơng ibôn. ân xúc xiên nôra.But if remains good fortune of our lives in the future, please sir god of earth cause us to be settled where the soil is fertile and sunny, and a place that is spacious enough to become rich. in the future.
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tidíhtidihadvnot even (a little)Práq nnháng tidíh mâh dông lâyq bôn pít icốh.Not even a grain; not even a little.
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tileittilḭːtnbasket with three sections--put on like jacketXứp tileit.Put on tileit (like a shirt).Cốh nháng chou, chúh tileit rtróh.So we returned, took off baskets.6.6.4.2Weaving baskets and mats

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tiréctirɛkvtquestion; investigateDo plốh do tiréc, ính chom ngéq.He asks, he questions, wants to know everything.Nháng choul ipe plốh tiréc proaq ân nháng táq.We-2 suffer you question the work we did.
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tupứngtupɯŋvsexactly; right in the middle ofNhơ curu tông o tinâng clâng o tupứng.Depend on diviner to speak straight and exact.Nháng ai cư pôc papéinh alayh ma tumúh tupứng pilóng bo.My older brother and I went hunting monkeys but we exactly met a downpour.Unfortunately??cftinâng
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u=ʔuːpers3rd person anaphoric clitic pronoun, replaces do before one syllable verbsNám lâyq, cốh uyoa nháng táq coul do.If not, then he=orders us to be his slaves (the rich man).Tiriaq ngéq umout tốq piday.All the buffalo entered the field.A clitic subject bound to monosyllable verbs (rarely written with a space between); replaces do ‘3SG’.syndocontr:da ‘in certain combinations, e.g., damo or da_mo ‘whoever’’, u=; du:anha; pl:ape, ngai
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xát phaqsat phaːʔvtruinMay xát phaq nháng apây ân kidit ngot.You ruined grandma and me who are poor and hungry.VN
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anha dayʔaɲaː dajprowe two; us twoCáp ado ipe avóuq, ngai doq cacheit anha day tốq tôm iri.Bite him sir, they killed us(2) at the banyon tree.Reported speech.cfnhángcl: náq9.2.3Pronouns
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daydajpro1SG; I, me, my (quotation form)syndu:nháng; report:day; refl:tou9.2.3Pronouns
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ndo2ʔəndɔːpro.posshis; hers; itsCư tông, “Li ngcư, ma ndo dyeaq pưt; ndo abêh moui tilê.”I said, “Equal to mine, but his is a bit bigger; his is a squirrel and a chipmunk.”clitic n=+ do ‘3SG’, = ‘belonging of 3SG’. Apparently N= is a reduction of ân ‘relativizer’ rather than ndo. Cadô uses ân instead of ndo cfmmayndo apendo ipennhángngcưngngai9.2.3.7Possessive
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ng-heʔəŋhɛːproours; 1PL POSScfnnhángngcư9.2.3.7Possessive
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nhóngɲɔŋprowe two; 1DUA–i a–ám nhóng seq chicha.Our(2) parents ask to eat.Nhóng bar náq lư hôm dyơ do cốh.We two really already saw him.Inclusive of other person specified. Difference from nháng is not yet clear.9.2.3Pronouns
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yứngjɯŋvsloud (of sound)cfcanhángthéinh3.5.1.1.1Shout
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