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amulʔamuːlnbody odor, dirtiness of a personCampay achít ân lâyq o cốh tahoum te idưp, peday tahoum te iniêng, abưih amul umout tốq campay peday.No.10’s wives who aren’t pretty bathe below, we bathe above so their filth won’t enter our wives.5.6.1Clean, dirty2.2.6Sweat
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análʔanalnquantity; amount; abundanceNgâh ngoiq tarhau parlai o khám anál tunarâq ape ân cadyiq tarhau doq paxay.Drink the amount of medicine enough according to those who hold the medicine instructed.cflâyq anál
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anéhʔanɛhnmother’s familyHe ân mâh anéh.We who are one, from the same parents.Daughter must not marry offspring of mother’s family, they are anéh. If we are related to same mother, we are same anéh. synnnoucpart:khơi-amoqcfmâh tóng mâh yaq
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angʔaːŋadv.tdawn; morning lightNgâh ang lâng rbang o dứh.Sky become light immediately and quickly.cfilayhtambrangspec: idau tarcoal; whole: kixay8.4.1Period of time1.1.1Sun
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ang ilayhʔaːŋ ʔilasadv.tdawn; morning light
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anhếhʔaɲehadvfor as much as; even more so; very far; unreachableCốh dơi tou cacheit cha icốh anhếh ndo tou lâyq ibôn plây lâyq bôn pít práq.So I usually killed and ate like that far from my not having to buy not having to waste money.Uxear át ma anhếh ân te Tinê ntóh ma nnéh.He came down to live but very far from Tine below here.
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anhum abúngʔaɲuːm ʔabuŋnPalm weevil; eats bamboo shootsGives birth to inch worms (pirưi). Rhynchophorus ferrugineus1.6.1.7Insect
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anhum cumourʔaɲuːm kumṵːrnlarge green beetle with gold undersideTe tang-hia callúng cuteq vaih anhum; dyê pár cốh cucheit. O ibóuh lâng i–iêih, cha.From caterpillars in the ground they become beetles, fly around until die. They are good to eat.Gives birth to inch worms (pirưi) in the ground.1.6.1.7Insect
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apâyʔapɤjn.kingrandmother4.1.9Kinship
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apoʔapɔːvcause to dreamcfrlo po5.7.2Dream
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apou adyoaih amouih kidit it pinhaihʔapṵː ʔaʄṵas ʔamṵːs kidiːt ʔiːt piɲaːsidiompoor, weak and pitifulYR nhóung clang tupang tuvê, ngai ân apou adyoaih amouih kidit it pinhaih,….God sees the whole earth, those who are poor, weak and pitiful,….
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apưʔapɯːadvstill sleepy though awake5.7Sleep
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ardyốngʔər.ʄoŋnmosquito1.6.1.7Insect
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areaih xáqʔarḭas saʔndemon king4.9.2Supernatural being
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ariêcʔariəkvtsmoke (pipe or cigarette)Cou ngai ariêc ravân cốh âp lư a–ay ula xóh.Because they smoke cigarettes, they have serious lung disease.synngoiq 1caus: pangoiq, tangoiq; nomi: parngoiq; recp: tarngoiq; invol: tangoiq; rep: ngingoiq; sound: crúc5.2.4Tobacco
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ariêlʔariəlvtsmoke
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armốngʔər.moŋvsbluesynmống eng engpl dial.:rmóungcfmốngpl dial.: móung8.3.3.3Color
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atóuh1ʔatṵhvstermite eaten1.6.5Animal home
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atóuh2ʔatṵhnwood borer; bukbuk1.6.1.7Insect
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atucʔatuːknhollow tube of wood or bamboo used for gongIxáng carxang adóung carxang atuc par–i.One hears the sound of hollow bamboo sound of tube drums of celebration.Used in celebrations, or to scare animals out of fields, or to scare away the spirit of a killed animal.4.2.3.5Musical instrument

atucbamboo gong; pipe drum

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atuc aveicʔatuːk ʔawḭːkexphazy; smoky1.1.3.2Cloud5.5.5What fires produce
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atúngʔatuŋnmoney bag; purse
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atut2ʔatuːtnfishtail palm (planted each side of house)1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant
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aveal apéinh avéinh amoiqʔawḭal ʔapḭɲ ʔawḭɲ ʔamɔːjʔidiomdesirable of speechKếh tông la lư o, o lư aveal apéinh avéinh amoiq.So speak very nicely, very politely.
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axeinh amóuh atóuh aruaʔasḭːɲ ʔamṵh ʔatṵh ʔaruəidiomDon’t think badly of my speakingAcâp rngíh ân lâyq o cư tông.Don’t think badly of my speaking.Ngai cannóh cáh bôn ngcâp a–em achai axeinh amóuh atóuh arua.There aren’t any others, brothers and sisters don’t think badly of my speaking.
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