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têhteːhvfence field with branches and brushMay block village when don’t want anyone to enter.cftán1nomi: tampán; idiom: tán a tán eq
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téptɛpvpierce with something thin, e.g., needlesyntáp3nomi:patáp, partáp; recp:tartáp; invol:tatáp7.8.5Make hole, opening2.5.3Injure
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thaiqthaːjʔvsgenerous; hospitableantakéh6.8.3.2Generous
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thaiq theangthaːjʔ thḭaŋvsgenerous; hospitable
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thâythɤj1nteacher; rabbi2titleTeacher; Rabbi3.6Teach6.1.1.1Expert
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thingthiːŋvtcreate
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thing thanthiːŋ thaːnvtcreate
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thoarthṵarvt2report, announce, informHe thoar parhanh ân bui ado ipe.We announce good news to you.Do thoar vi ngai ân mout tốq veil.He announced that there were people who entered the village.cfntêrpiredup:papi papoi; caus:papi; nomi:parpi; recp:tarpi; invol:tapitarcaoqrt-v:caoq3.5.8.4Show, indicate
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thoar dyounthṵar ʄṵ:nvt2inform
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thứcthɯkvtannouncePôc thức angai ân át tốq xu ân at tôq piday chou tốq veil.Go announce to those in houses and those in fields to return to the village.
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ticaotikaːwadvblasphemy; cursing a godApe tông ticao tông pixiêp Yang Rbang.They blasphemed and cursed God.
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ticao ticoaltikaːw tikṵaladvblasphemy; cursing a god
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ticong aotikɔːŋ ʔaːwnneck of shirt5.3.6Parts of clothing
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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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tileangtilḭaŋncomb of roostersynmôngspec: mông ntruôicfaxaơl1axaơl21.6.2Parts of an animal
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tinêntineːnvlean againstCư tinên.I lean (myself).7.1.6Lean
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titaơptitɯ̰ːpvsnarrowantchircfkitát
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toat1tṵatnflute, oboe--blown into side

toat1flute ; oboe

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tơitɤːjnleaf raincoat; leaf for ‘non’
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toi khoitɔːj khɔːjexpveryOf high/tall.
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tôl ngôltoːl ŋoːlvsimmense, hugeAyóung tôl ngôl.Immensely tall.
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tôngtoːŋvt2sayBabor tông ado a–aq, tông, “May tran day anhuôi, au.”Babor bird said to crow, said, “You paint me first, okay.”Cốh ape tông ado Achít, “May mout tapun acho.”So they said to No.10, “You go in after dog.”Any speech following tông is direct speech.cfpiredup:papi papoi; caus:papi; nomi:parpi; recp:tarpi; invol:tapitacang1rt-n: cang; recp: tarcangtammông3.5.1Say
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tông dáơqtoːŋ dɯ̰ʔvexaggerate
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tơp ngơptɤːp ŋɤːpexpof sitting desiring but not having, sitting hungrily
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