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a–unʔaʔuːnnyoung girl prior to cumour Do plốh acay Carchól, tông, “A–un a–un, may át dáng néh vi icounh icán may vi chom tốq mo dúng Carchól?”He asked Carchól’s daughter, said, “Little girl, little girl, you live here, do your parents know where Carchól’s house is?”antanouqpa pc dial.: avư; pk dial.: anoqcfalơu avưcpart: adứq ayên4.1.2Types of people
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achângʔacɤŋvtmeasure from finger tip to finger tip with arms outstretchedPôc mâh nxíq loi ape patouh loi cốh chom mâh chít achâng.Going a little further, they dropped it again so they knew (the depth) was ten arms breadths.Ca adyưng ca ati, rpang rkhơang do achâng, lâyq hôi itứp, câng.All feet and hands, he measured, unable to bury, difficult. (This translation--could be a verbal use.)Approximately five feet, or height of average man.cfbar tidacât2chuapacóngparchuart-v:ROOT8.2.8Measure

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adúq1ʔaduʔn.kingirl from about ten to young ladyIkếh cáh chom imo adúq ngkếh a–ay.So don’t know why that little girl is sick.antanouqpa pc dial.: avư; pk dial.: anoq4.1.2Types of people
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âh1ʔɤhproforementioned; anaphoric pronoun ‘our’Kếh ixear táq âh bar lám ngcán ân kéiq culay priêng.Then they went down and fought the forementioned two women that picked fruit.Acay âh icounh tuyê ngcốh ân a–ay.The forementioned children’s monster father was sick.Imoq âh ldup lkhoung lâyq yốh hôi bôn ticu.His forementioned sister was flat on her back and couldn’t sit up.Nhóung icounh két âh táq tangcóng icóung, o lư tanh.Look at our little man acting like a married man, weaving so nicely.Tư chou tốq tíh te nen cán ape Arứm íh âh ape Cavaq.From returning there from land of Arưm women, they are not the forementioned of Cavaq.Ngai cúm adyưng anha cloi ati âh dáng xic.They clamped feet and tied hands of forementioned with chains.Do pôc lâng, xua ixai âh Ximôn.He went immediately to find his forementioned brother, Simon.Vi mâh náq nốh âh Dyon.There was one, name of forementioned, John.Cốh campay do âh Êli-xabêt át caréiq.Then his forementioned wife, Elizabeth, was hiding.This âh occurs at the end of a noun phrase. In the first example below, it appears that âh is the head of a noun phrase, or is a noun phrase followed by an appositional noun phrase. (Meaning not clear.)cfamâh2anhâhcl: náqapâhcl: náqdâh2idứh 19.2.3Pronouns
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cacháq1kacaʔvtput in; poke in; insertDo rêh ngéq ân cayh cayh cốh cacháq tốq arúm tóh chát.He chose all that was valuable and put it in the bottom of the baskets.Nhóung ntíh mâh tứp ngai doq cacháq doui deip.Look there is a little basket they put cooked rice in.syncanháqinvol: nháh canháq7.3.2.6Put in
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cadângkadɤŋvtholdNgai tâc tốq yang ngai a–eq itun cadâng acay két aham axiêt.They sacrifice to spirit, taboo to follow holding a bloody small child.Campay tôm pứq, cư cadâng campay tua két.The first wife is provided for well, but I provide little for the last wife.
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cár rakếhkar rakehsp. var.cár ra kếhlike thatadvlike that; such asVi ngai dóng, vi ipe cár akếh yúp dơ a–i ama alep a–em.There were those who gave, there were you such as who helped mother, aunt, sister-in-law and me (or little sibling).
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DUP.Ca2[C]astat.pfxcollective; all of a group so characterizedApe cakét dyê cha.The little ones already ate.Cốh bâq urêh he ân babéinh xaxéiq, tikeaih náq.Then they chose us who were grown & mature, nine persons.Ape ân papưt ân cacríh.Those who are big/important and course/important.This prefix is similar in form and function to the DUP.Ca- reduplication on numbers, but it occurs on one-syllable stative verbs.
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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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hóhhɔhprtentireLâyq vi lư ipôc ân pe ingay hóh ngcốh ân mâh nxíq xíq dyơ.They hadn’t really gone three days, but just a little ways.
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ket cotkɛːt kɔːtvsset aside; set some aside for rainy dayIdoq iket icot (doq ket cot).To keep a little on hand for urgent need.
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lâng malɤŋ maːconjwhether, or ifLâyq ichom tốq xéiq nô ra imo lư lâng ma dơi in arâq ndóung két lâng ma vaih tarxín.Don’t know if when grown in the future however true it will be like when little or become lazy.synlâng3
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leːvsrecovered; buoyed up; satisfiedArâq pôc ayóung cốh aleq, ma bíq mâh nxíq cốh xáng béinh aliêh.Lie climbing high so tired, but rest for a little and feel good and ready to go again.Arâq aleq lư ma bôn ngoiq amâh nngam cốh ixáng bưih nnáng hál.Very tired but drink smthg. sweet so buoyed up, not tired or thirsty.
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mpiʔəmpiːpreplike; same asIkếh mpi a–em amon adúq ngkếh.Like that like those little brothers, nephews, ??synin 1pc dial.: a–in; contr: i=9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions9.5.1.4Way, manner8.3.5.2.2Like, similar
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nápnapadvpay attention toAcay cư papi alứng achai ma achai lâyq náp (cou do két).My child spoke with you but you didn’t pay attention (because he is little).
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ngaŋaːnclear; plainTacóuh daq nga ngkếh o carrâc.Boil clear water so boiling.Acâp ngoiq nưm daq nga cốh ma patíl mbeaq ariêu culay ngngam cou kéq ouq may.Don’t only drink plain water, but add a little wine for reason of your stomach.As water.cftinga 2
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ngâh1ŋɤhunknown meaningNgâh u–ôi, “Day lâyq châm cui.”That is, he replied, “I can’t carry it.”Callúng ngâh ndóung dáng cruông daq.In some?? time in a river valley.Tambây lâyq vi lư táq ngâh xáq, ucháh âh nưm.Haphazardly hasn’t really fought such?? demons, he chopped it only.Kếh ngai cou ngâh itiêh uih tua.So they because just?? one ignites fire in treetops.Ikếh he tông ngâh tar–a.Like that we speak just?? in order to discuss.Vi yu campay cư nnâh cucheit kếh patun do ân yôl tumóung, do plây cha cư ân chêt két nưm ngâh mâh phân cư.For example my wife dies so they give offertory for the one who remains alive, he buys eat to me that dead a little only just?? a part of me.Lâyq idyoun ân ngâh callaq mmo .Not to give that any?? worry at all.
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ngínŋinvssevere; almost fatalLư a–ay ính cheit, láh mâh tida cuméiq lư khoiq ngín lư a–ay.Really sick near death, if half a little while really already severely sick.Te dúng xu cư dơi arâq tiaq, a–ay tarma ma bưih ân ngín.At my house it’s still like before, sickness but not bad or much.
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nhayhɲasvsfrustrated??Nang Tangức hôm nhayh cuméiq cốh do cato icop dáng adyưng.NT will be frustrated in a little-while then she will instruct you to catch it by the leg.
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ôi1ʔoːjvt2answer; replyNang Tangức ma têq paxoul ôi may, “Acân day dyôn lâng amay.”Miss Tangức will submit to call reply to you, “In a little while I’ll give it right to you.”3.5.1.5.1Answer
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partámpər.tam1vagree; promise; advise each otherÂn ngai partám ngcốh day ti mương he pacóuh kikét két ân táq tôi táq tu avang anha a–aq.What they agreed with each other I from our little Pacoh region is a crime a debt of a swallow and crow.3.2.5.4Agree with someone2nagreement; willAlso farewell as one side commands, “Go well!” and other side “Stay well!”4.7.8Legal contract3.2.5.4Agree with someone
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pi-piv.pfxcausative, especially for stative verbsPikét; pikear; pikhám; pikhâm.Belittle; make tight; cause to be enough; make firm.cfpa-
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pineanpinḭannreligionPikét pinean.To belittle religion; irreligious.
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tapotapɔːv??Plốh a–em, “Tumo crơng nhống doq tapo?”Asked little brother, “Where did you see the stuff was left?”
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tatuntatuːn1prepbehind; afterA-em pôc tatun cư, au.Little brother go behind me, hear.2advbehind; afterCư pôc axuôi; a-em pôc tatun, au.I’ll go ahead; you go behind, okay.7.2.5.2Follow8.5.1.1.1Behind9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
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