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paxúqpasuʔvttempt; teach evil, get another to do bad deed for you; inciteAcâp tông Yang Rbang paxúq do táq rnáq ân thét.Don’t say that God tempts to do wrong.synclốhpa–ôiqrt-v: ôiqcfchuaq1sit: tông chuaqchuaq2tanôq
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táqtaʔ1vtwork, do, make, build; act; fight; causeIngay tốq xéiq pứq o vi táq ado mêng, do bán mêng loi.When become grown big, it’s good to work for one’s self, he raises himself.Ape counh táq xu; ape cán táq xác, chóuh xán, chóuh póung….Men build houses; women do weeds, plant manioc, plant taro….Dyê idoq táq thét ado a–aq, cốh Babor xua cha idau.After doing wrong to Crow, so Babor hunts food at night.Táq arâq két (táq ngkét két).Act childishly, immaturely.Táq mpưt pưt.To act big.Ngki ngai xear táq pecon, ngai chât.Then they descended fought enemies, they speared.Translates with English ‘be’ in roles, e.g., táq_areaih ‘be chief’, but ‘do/act chief’ in Pacoh thinking.7Physical actions6.1Work2vtfight3auxcause
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taváltawalvtcause to doCư lâyq nnáng táq ân icốh cốh abưih tavaih cư tavál thét ado ape a–em.I won’t do like that anymore lest I cause the children to do wrong.
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tiríngtiriŋvremember and judge; examineNgâh tiríng cang cốh ichom cang do cốh (ixáng llám cang, lâyq ihôm maiq).By investigating speech one knows that person’s speech (hearing only the speech and not seeing the person).Acay a–ay ma cư tiríng vi thét ado yang amâh.Child is sick but I investigate wrong done to whichever spirit.Arâq vi ê lư ticuôi tốq dúng ma tiríng damo dyê chicha damo lâyq yốh chicha.Like there are many people in the house but find out which have eaten and which have not.syninhóung iplốh ngai
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clukluːvsconfused; lose way; misunderstand directionsGo wrong way accidentally.cfrvílsit:rvíl carna3.4.2.5Confused
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teaih1tḭasvsjinxed; cursedDo ân pôc papéinh ma inô ntra bôn ma ngcốh lâyq ibôn nnáng.A shooter but in the past a good shot, but now can’t hit anymore.As when always good at it before, but since he did something wrong in his sacrifice or prayer, he can’t get it right again. Or if he let someone eat parts that were xui forbidden for anyone else, or for a pregnant wife.
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tingôitiŋoːjprepuntilTingôi Nang Tangức tông, tông, “Láh ngai, ngai cop dáng xoi, cốh ma ngai ngcốh cốh cop dáng adyưng.”Eventually, NT spoke, said, “If others, they catch by tail, but others catch by the legs.”Translated ‘eventually’ in example below, but may be wrong punctuation.8.4.6.1.4Until9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
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