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clơaiklɯ̰ajvsoverflowing; 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.
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cơnkɤːnnturbanCarchól idứh tâc crơng crơu pưng cơn dai ao cún xứp ao cán ân o.Carchól used stuff and put on a cap and dressed in clothes of a pretty lady (cán or cún??)
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cu–úhkuʔuhvtblowCốh ipe táq xeang bao cu–úh paliêh calai nháng nnéh.So you cause the wind to blow our boat back.
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duôiduəjvtfollow??He pưt lư bôn vôi bôn tâc bôn duôi ngéq callong cár ra cốh cốh pưt lư chom ơn.We very much welcome (have received, have used, have followed??) every such matter so are very grateful.Lloi clóng ti kếh duôi, kếh ngâh arao, ngai xear tréc clóng hưt.He forgot tobacco kit there ??, so complained and they went down to retrieve the tobacco kit.
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dyôn2ʄoːnvtgiveAmoq dyôn ao ado a–em.Big sister gave a blouse to little sister.6.8.3.1Give, donate
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dyung adyingʄuːŋ ʔaʄiːŋexpof sharpnessDo cốh vi dao bar pla héng dyung adying.He has a sharp sword of two-edges.
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hơ–ơihɤːʔɤːjexclwow! exclamation of surpriseCốh ma damo ma tông, “Hơ–ơi lư.”But everyone said, “Wow, true.”Cốh xear nhóung hơ–ơi, “Achát day tốq néh achát, ao ma tốq néh.”Then he went down and saw, wow, “My axe is here and my shirt is here.”
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húnghuŋnluxury; waste a lotCư dyeam lom tâc cha hao húng tiên práq moui hao húng ngéq tou cháq cư loi cou ipe.I am happy to use wasteful money and waste all my strength for you.Ape coa dyê bui thương, bôn húng tâc húng li mmo.They already had happiness, had luxury however much.synâpclứnghức
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láh liênglah liəŋexpin twoAo taryang dáng dúng Yang vaih tarheq láh liêng te iniêng tốq idưp.The curtain in the temple became torn in two from top to bottom.
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láh parlátlah pər.latvsaccidentally disabled; sprained; dislocatedBưih láh parlát nghang ma yôl ngâh payiêh palai loi o paơ.Not accidentally dislocate joint but remain healed so recovered.
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lloiʔəl.lɔːj1vtomit; leave out; forgetCư lloi plây ao.I forgot to buy cloth.syndoq aloi7.4.5.1Leave something3.2.6.1Forget2vsforgotten; leftViêt cư yôl lloi tốq dúng achai.My pen is still forgotten at your house.synaloicfcláccaus: pacláccleir7.4.5.1Leave something
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marmepmər.mɛːpexppompNgéq ape ân pưt ân areaih xaxai ân vi carpéh xíp ao pưng muôc pưng cơn.
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moui1mṵːjconjand, alsoHu capeaih ao moui ado amoq, plốh moui, “Amoq a–ay lâng bưih?”Hu brushed off her shirt also for her, asked also, “Are you hurt or not?”Can be double, like VN vừa…vừa. synníqcfanha29.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.6.1.1And, also9.2.5Conjunctions
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nal2naːladvno-way; no matter how much or how many waysA–i a–ám tức lếh ma nal lâyq hôi paơ, lâyq chom amâh cha.Mother and father sacrificed, but still I couldn’t recover, didn’t know what was eating.
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ndyâtʔəɲʄɤtvsempty, dry--of water in cloth, bottle, vine, etc.May viaq ao ngcốh o ndyât au?You wring out cloth that so dry, okay?
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ngcưʔəŋkɯːpro.possmy; mineCabouiq xóuc ngcư toiq tốq nâh.Tied in knot my hair long to here.Ngcư pít ao pít achát, lâyq chom nnau touiq.Of mine lost shirt lost axe, don’t know who stole them.Clitic n=+cư ‘1SG’, = ‘belonging of 1SG’.cfndo2ng-he9.2.3.7Possessive
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pa-pav.pfxcausativePacha.Cause to eat, i.e., feed.Payóung.Cause to be up high.Adơaih idứh dông palúh alứng canchop acho.That monkey took causing-to-run with dog’s paws.Ndóung ngai pannhoup pidieiq, do lâyq vi chao xoaq aliêh.When they caused bad caused difficult, he didn’t.M-initial roots, e.g., mout ‘enter’, take ta-. syna-2ta-1cfca-pi-
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panipaniːnspeechAcâp vi ngâh tacang cang xixoaq chichao (mmoaq tarnao) pani ân achơ yúh, pani ân lâyq u lâyq dyám lâyq náp.Don’t use language which is obscene, profane, or vulgar, speech that’s insane, speech that’s impolite.
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par–aypər.ʔajnillnesses; diseasesNgéq par–ay cannóh ma bôn payiêh paơ.All other sicknesses were healed.
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par–ốhpər.ʔohvmprovoke each otherIkếh ngcâp par–ốh, ngcâp tarchao tarxoaq.Like that don’t provoke each other, don’t curse and slander each other.
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parrôppər.roːpngathered ones; invited onesNgéq pânh, claơi tammoi parrôp.Completely full, crowded with invited guests.
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parteingpər.tḭːŋnseam; joint; borderAo ngcốh lâyq bôn parteing.That garment is seamless.Ca cháq bôn parchúng parteing mâh mbóuq.All of the body is joined together into one.synnteihpk dial.: ntếhcfparcháp
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peang1pḭaŋnleaven; yeast for wine/beer or breadPeang Lao lư dyeam.Beer from Laos is very sweet.
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phat2phaːtvtdistributeÂn li ao xi ta ngngai phat vi ixứp idai.One wears clothes equal to their uniforms they distribute.VN
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picálpikalvtcross to right or left; head to right or left; go sideways.Ape pôc vât cứp tuboai cốh picál tốq veil.They went left all the island then crossed to the village.Picál pitứng ti atâm.Cross to the right (south), if on Lao side of mts.; north, if on VN side (Pahi).Picál pitóuq ti avear.Cross to the left (south, if on VN side of mts.-Pahi; north, if on Lao side).syndyang atóh7.2.2Move in a direction
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