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calouikalṵːjadvgo away to avoid someoneDo pôc át caloui pôc át tốq cóuh, mâh náq do..He went away to avoid someone, went to stay on mountain alone.
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camprounhkəmprṵːɲvpity; be charitableDo camprounh, lâyq uvôi.He feels pitied and won’t receive it.Acâp may camprounh, bưih amâh.Don’t pity/ be charitable, it’s nothing.4.4.4.1Mercy
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cán r–ay cốhkan ʔər.ʔaj kohnpthat woman; her; sheDáng cốh vi mâh náq cán ân a–ay; cán rcay cốh a–ay ân nong pangốh aham.There there was a sick woman; she was sick always losing blood.The woman in focus, distinguished from more generic do_cốh ‘that one’.cfr–aysit: r–ay amâh; sit: r–ay nnéh; pa dial.: mbár
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cân2kɤnnbundle; skein, e.g., of hempTốq xu ngcốh vi kidoul cốh do touiq mâh cân bâq dông tốq tua iri.He arrived at that hut that had hemp so he stole a bundle and took it to the top of that banyon tree.
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canchéckəɲ.cɛknsmall bundle held by the cornerA–ât achéiq mâh candyoum xâng, axoum aclou mâh canchéc xâng.Animals-birds one parcel only crawfish crayfish one bundle only.syncandyoumpk dial.: candyomcfcandyoumpk dial.: candyom
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capalkapaːlexcldamn! swearingDo ân réng, cang cốh vi amâh thét cap.Exclamation when angry--not a nice excl.syncanhétchao anôipacáncfchaorecp: tarchao tarcôi
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carbơkər.bɤːnalligator; crocodileDyơ ngcốh carbơ rngíh cahốq mâh tida nnéh.Then the crocodile thought to open his mouth a span.1.6.1.3.4Crocodile

carbơcrocodile; alligator

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carloumkər.lṵːmprepamong; along; duringDyê chou carloum carna cốh nhánh tumúh mâh tapóuh rlap.After returning along road then we quickly met a herd of wild pigs.Nám may bôn acay cốh carloum ingay ngcốh bar pe ingay vi ân phai tán.If you have a child, then during those days two or three days must observe taboo.In location or time.synaróh2
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carvakər.waːadvapproximately, aboutMâh thúng taq nhom carvál 60 long axâq.One can iron soft is about 60 cans of rice.Same as carvál??
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carválkər.waladvapproximately, aboutMâh thúng taq nhom carvál 60 long axâq.One tin can (40 lb) is about 60 cans of rice.syncarvơpl dial.: carválngclóuq8.1.5.8.1Approximate
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catư calưkatɯː kalɯːvssolemnlyMâh chư loi, cư tông catư calư alứng cứp nnáq….Once again I solemnly say to each one….
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cayíqkajiʔvtkeep-back; hold back; resist saying all or doing/giving the whole lot; bite your tongueDo cha moui udoq cayíq moui.She ate part and set aside part.Cư thoar ngéq, lâyq bôn doq cayíq nốh amâh.I told everything, I didn’t hold back anything.Amâh angai ma thét cốh lâyq cayíq ntaq.Whatever was wrong then he didn’t hold back his tongue.7.4.5Keep something
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cháp2capvtreplaceNám ichóh amâh ma vi ân cucheit cốh ichóh cháp ân tamme.If one plants somthg but some die, then one plants fills-in new ones.
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chếqceʔvipanicChếq lư lâyq chom táq amâh.Really panicking, don’t know what to do.
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chirciːrquantmany; complete; sufficientChir mâh túc.In every way, all kinds.anttitaơp8.1.3.1Many, much
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cholcɔːlviinjured; misfortuneCư chol. Chol amâh? Cư chol cư prứp bác adyưng.I’m injured. Injured from what? I’m injured from falling and piercing my leg.Cư chol, thây bôn pi–ốh acư.I am injured, teacher is mad at me.Partly like VN bị, but cannot use of sickness, death or certain other harms.cfanhúq1synl: chiuq
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chóngcɔŋvtburn; set afire; e.g., burn off field after chopping and clearingChir mâh túc dáng clang rpúc cốh chóng o róh ngcat ngéq.Everything on earth will be set on fire so completely burned up.synbeitnomi: parbeit; pk dial.: bet, chéhcfatiêh1sit: atiêh uihhoarngcatrt-v: tangcatróhinvol: taróh; caus: piróh5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn
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chứngcɯŋvtturn; also used of time, perhaps an hour for a clock to turn.Ntúq chứng parnha, nưm mâh nxíq ma khoiq pít.In just an hour they were rich, but in a moment it was all gone.
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clang3klaːŋclclassifier for large flat planes, e.g., earth, bamboo floorLiq ngéq, liq mâh clang cuteac nnâh.Completely flooded, flooded one whole earth this.
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cleap1klḭapvsaccurateLáh bưih cleap mâh yaq âh, o callúng veil.If it doesn’t hit his clan, it’s okay in the village.syncray1 1
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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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cong3kɔːŋvtpartition land to give or assign to anotherCư a–ám ân lla cuteq cư cong dyoun cuteq mâh tadi ado acay.I the father who owns land divides and gives a half to a child.Not measured, but from one boundary to another.
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cong4kɔːŋnfallen treeNgéq ngai pôc tốq piday, cốh phai cray mâh ntúq ân vi cong. Cong ngcốh tacang carna.All the people went to fields so had to cross a place that had a barrier. That barrier blocked the way.Some may be used as place marker.1.5.1Tree
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coum lomkṵːm lɔːmvsdull, unlearnedNám achai táq lâng tông amâh ân lâyq cray lom cư, cốh coum lom.If you do or say something that’s not true to my heart, then I’m offended. (??)
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crơqkrɤːʔvslarge, coarseDo cadyiq mâh ntréih xic lư crơq.He held a length of very large chain.antpinhe2
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