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par–ámpər.ʔamnfather-nameReferring to a father with first child’s name.9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
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par–i2pər.ʔiːnmother-nameReferring to a mother with first child’s name.9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
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parcánpər.kann.kinmother nameCán Hiên.Mother of Hiên.Calling mother by name of first child.; Teenage girls may be nicknamed with Cán, but it is followed by a rhyming word rather than a child’s name, e.g., Cán_Pêq_hưt_khưt (see R.Watson 1969a)cfparróuqcpart: parcáq9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
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parcounhpər.kṵːɲn.kinfather nameConh Hiên.Father of Hiên.Referring to a father with first child’s name.; Boy’s names start with Cu in these areas, but with A in the par–ám areas.cfanốhrt: nốhicounhpa pk dial.:a–ám9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
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rbotʔər.bɔːtadvpliableLike rattan soaked first.; Like a teachable person.synlbot
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rcayʔər.kajnchild (term used in story telling)synacaycl: lám; spec: acay pông ‘firstborn’, acay tandi ‘second-born’, acay tuha ‘third-born’, tulouiq ‘last’, mpứng ‘in-the-middle’, tardi ‘in-middle-of’
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thư barthɯː baːradv.tMonday; secondDays of week can be cited this way, but the traditional method counted ten days forward (parnô, parra, parre…) and ten days back (inô, ntra, ntre…). ; Also, first, second, etc., traditionally used a-, e.g., amôi, abar, etc.8.4.1Period of time8.4.1.3.1Days of the weekVN
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truq2truːʔnfourteenth-night; full moonMiddle of month if start from ntôm_tacoi ‘first of month’.synnhil nhawhole:kixaytarcoal2spec:idau tarcoal; whole:kixay; cpart:ntôm tacoi, nhil nha8.4Time8.4.1.1Calendar
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