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loutlṵːttough; persevering; i.e. hard to break; hard to bendLout, bưih hâr hâp val vai.Persevering, not rushed.Do ân lout anáq ngot te pallúng ma dơi táq.He who is tough, even if hungry but still keeps working.Khoq lư tacayh.Hard to break.True of rattan, but not bamboo. true of person who can keep working no matter how hot or cold.anttangaihxuônhcfbưih hânbưih hâr hâpichiuq i–âq acâp réngiláq bưih hân
pannáhpən.nahghost; spirit that “eats” peopleIdau kếh nám cumour lalâu ipôc cloun, ma vi lalâu ân pannáh, kếh plô âh pât cháq âh yôl, anáq ngkếh ma vi.That night if boy and girl go court, but the boy is a ghost, then loses his head but his body remains, even that exists.
par–i1pər.ʔiːharmonize; syncopate; in rhythmIxáng carxang adóung carxang atuc par–i.One hears a big sound, sound of pipe drums.Dyê tốq ibư lalâu cumour par–i tốq tang a–ứm ngai chachâp ngai baboiq.When evening arrives boys and girls harmonize in the corn stalks, they sing they sing.9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
ta–óhtaʔɔhbroken off; pulled outLâyq hôi vi nnau ta–óh pít ndíh mâh ntrayh xóuc te plô.No one will be pulled out lost even one hair from head.
tandayhtəndasshrew-faced ground squirrelÁt na cuteac pôc na cuteac, na tua along beaq lư upôc. Cha culay, cha a–ứm, pôc ibư, ilayh.It stays on the ground and goes on the ground, it rarely goes in the trees. Eats fruit, eats corn, goes by evening and morning.White-throated.synabêhgen: a–ât abêhcfatơtaryơng184.108.40.206.4Rodent
tartuaqtər.tuəʔ1prepamong themselves; between themselves; reciprocalAnáq cannính lom tartuaq acay counh moui acay cán, nám lâyq cannính lom a–i a–ám ma lâyq hôi bôn.Even though the hearts desire between a boy and girl, if not the desire of the parents, they can’t have each other.2advamong themselves; between themselves; each other; reciprocalNgai tartáq tartuaq.They fought each other.220.127.116.11Association9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions18.104.22.168.2Between3adveach other; reciprocallyNcốh láh cou ngai chom tarpour pour tartuaq.That’s because they know how to help each other.Vi hôi taryoa tarcháp mbóuq (tartuaq).Able to admonish each other.cfmbóuqsit: táq mbóuq
tingôitiŋoːjuntilTingôi Nang Tangức tông, tông, “Láh ngai, ngai cop dáng xoi, cốh ma ngai ngcốh cốh cop dáng adyưng.”Eventually, NT spoke, said, “If others, they catch by tail, but others catch by the legs.”Translated ‘eventually’ in example below, but may be wrong punctuation.22.214.171.124.4Until9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
trúmtrumtie upAnáq ngai trúm ngai cúm, ngai keaq ngai bár, do cốh dơi táq ti–óh tarnóung, tarlóh cannúm.Even though they tied they shackled, they guarded, he still broke the rope and snapped the shackles.
ado1ʔadɔː1to him/her; to itcfadâh12for him; for herAmâh ân lâyq o ân aróuh doq rêh ado.Whatever that was not good that was spoiled (he) left chosen to him.When the clitic a= precedes do ‘3SG’, it can be ado ‘DAT’, or a full PP ‘to/for him/her’.9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions126.96.36.199Beneficiary of an event188.8.131.52Recipient (of a patient)184.108.40.206Beneficiary (of a patient)
ado2ʔadɔːDative to/forNgai dyoun ado icounh táq.They gave (it) to their father to fix.Ngai táh ado Achít.They discarded (it) to Achít.Ado appears to have been derived from clitic a= plus do ‘3SG’ in order to precede two syllable pronouns, nouns and proper nouns. However, the Kadô dialect indicates that it was probably derived from a non-clitic a plus do. 9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions220.127.116.11Beneficiary of an event18.104.22.168Recipient (of a patient)22.214.171.124Beneficiary (of a patient)
axôrʔasoːrlustExperienced but not discussed, considered bad taste to even forbid it in the Scripture.
bưih1bɯːsnot (avoided)Bưih cheit pít moui bôn xúc xiên iên thân.Avoided dead and gone and got riches and luxury.Bưih may rngíh cư a–ính.Avoid thinking I hate you.Weaker negation of events/attributes. Contrasts with lâyq which is more definite. It is especially important to use bưih in such matters as health, lest spirits take exception and cause sickness. Not, in the sense of having avoided something.cflâyq1pc dial.: cáh; pa dial.: avaih126.96.36.199Avoid188.8.131.52No, not
CantuaCən.tuəPacoh name for the Ta–oaih peopleA different people group west of the Pacoh, historically considered to be inhospitable, unfriendly. However, some Pacoh had trading relations to buy cloth, buffalo, etc., and some even intermarried with Ta–oaih.synTa–oaihCantua canchứngunspec. comp. formkən.tuə kən.cɯŋTa-oaih