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Cáh[C]ahaccidentally; involuntary; unfortunate action markerAbưih cray táh catét atéh campay may.Don’t accidentally knock over your wife’s basket.Icốh utóung cốh ngéq cốh cốh cháh pachúng.He tied it up completely but it involuntarily gathered together.Reduplicates root-initial Consonant.; A ta- prefix usually marks involuntary action as well.
carnhuyqkər.ɲujʔpanic stricken; filled with terrorTốq uhôm xeang pru lư hâp, do your carnhuyq.When he saw the wind blowing very powerfully, he was panic-stricken.
carnui ntángkər.nuːj ʔən.taŋburdenAcâp idoq ân carnui ntáng ado a–ám a–i.Don’t put a heavy load on your parents.
catétkatɛtweigh down so can’t move or blow away; sleep on top of child--suffocateAbưih cray táh catét atéh campay may.Avoid accidentally landing on your wife’s basket.
cathéckathɛkbeatNgéq acay campay iyour púh iyour cathec.All the children and wives raised up and hit, raised up and grab.
chuôt callíhcuət kəl.lihcorruptCư adáh parngíh parchứm ipe ma chuôt callíh táh vít lom pallúng yôl nhom.I’m afraid your minds will be corrupted while still tender.
clátklatmake excuse; defend selfMay cốh cốh do ân toun ngai cannóh lâyq táq imo châm clát.You who judges others don’t have anyway you can excuse/defend yourself.
clơaiklɯ̰ajoverflowing; above the top; no more possible; full to overflowingCốh dyoun cacháq ado ticuôi pray may pânh claơi lom carvan pi thoar parlayh may.So give to your servants overflowing courage to announce your word.Do dyoun acư axâq clơai mâh atéh.He gave me rice full one basket.If water, excess is lur.
daơi2dɯ̰ːjhold onto; take to heart; pay attention toIpe têq cammáng daơi callong ân tinâng tupứng.You obeyed, held onto the truth.Cou ipe têq cammáng daơi callong ân tinâng tupứng.Because you listened and held onto you held righteousness in your heart.Do dyoun cốh ma ipe lâyq daơi!He gave but you didn’t trust (or, you didn’t take it to heart)Ke, ân may táq thét khoiq pít dyê, bưih nnáng Yang Rbang daơi.Dear, what you did wrong is lost, no longer does God hold the grudge.184.108.40.206Agree with someone
dếq1deʔstep or stamp; defeatKiteing canteing, dếq yep!Tighten your belt and put on (step into) your sandals!Do nhóung ngéq ucha, ulôn cốh púh do cốh, dếq pangốh ngéq xéich ân ulôn cốh ngéq ngốh.He saw he ate it all and swallowed it, so he hit him and stamped out all the meat he had swallowed so it all came out.Ndóung mo cư bôn dếq ngéq do ân a–ính pi–ốh amay.Whenever I get to defeat all those who hate you.Dếq_plô ‘stomp head’ is figurative for defeating.7.1.9Move a part of the body
hánghaŋone’s best effort; valiantly; courageouslyO háng ngâh tarchíl tartáq.Defend and fight your best.