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mâr maumɤr mawmarmauvijealous; enviousNgéq ipe mâr mau alứng ngai cannóh.You are all jealous of other people.cftarpingrecp: tarping ping3.4.2.1.8Jealous
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nâyqnɤjʔquantall-over; everywhereParlayh parnai o te Yang Rbang lư tốq tốq cruông cannóh nâyq.The good news of God has truly arrived at countries all over.cfngéq limngéq vât
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ndyóuhʔəɲʄṵhnbanana peelDóq cha pêq vít ndyóuh, nnóq pêq.Having eaten a banana, threw away the peel, banana peel.synndoh2pk dial.: nnóuq; pa dial.: nnóqcfndoh2pk dial.: nnóuq; pa dial.: nnóq5.2.1.2.1Remove shell, skin
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nen1nɛːnnland, in contrast to streams, etc.Tốq xoq tốq nen kếh yông lư adơi.To streams to land, thus very far.Ipôc doq tóung ti tannoul ti nâh, plô tiriaq ti nâh, plô alíc ti nen tannoul ping.They go leave tied at the pole here, buffalo head here, pig heads at land of cemetery pole.
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ngâyqŋɤjʔvspure; unadulterated; unmixed; holy, dedicated to spiritual useDoui ngâyq lâyq bôn amâh cannóh, nưm llám doui.Pure rice doesn’t have anything else, only rice.antplâusynngéq limngéq vâtcfngéq vâtrlômspec: rlôm yang
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oaʔṵavtwantItâc ti mo i–át ti kếh; itâc a–ây oa xu tâc, ngkếh cáh vi yang.Wherever one sacrifices, there one stays; to sacrifice like want to sacrifice, that wouldn’t be lucky.He táq tốq cang Pacóuh oa ngai cannóh ngai chom.We put it into Pacoh language want others to understand.3.3Want
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pangôpa.ŋoːvtcause rest; dock; parkParnóuh taníh tau nnéh lâyq o ngâh doq pangô tau nno priêu bo.This harbor is not good to dock the boat for the winter.
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panhóungpaɲṵŋvtcause to see; warn; make exampleDo doq apáh panhóung ân do táq ngcốh iên ngai cannóh hôm.He left an example of what he did there so others could see.Do doq panhóung ngai carna ân lâyq vi hôm.He warned them of the road they didn’t see.
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par–aypər.ʔajnillnesses; diseasesNgéq par–ay cannóh ma bôn payiêh paơ.All other sicknesses were healed.
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parvư parvapər.wɯː pər.waːvidiscouraged; lose heartLáh bưih parvư parva cốh tốq cray nno he kéiq.If we avoid discouragement, then we will reap a harvest.
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patưcpatɯːkvisleepLâyq o ngâh bíq ngear, bíq patưc arâq ngéq ngai cannóh cốh ma coq ngâh mmứng.It’s not good to sleep like others, but must be alert.cfngearsit: bíq ngear5.7.1Go to sleep
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phúcphukvssoft; tenderVi callong cannóh loi ân cray tốq cuteac ân o ân phúc.There were other seeds that landed on soil that was good and soft.As corn already roasted.
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pi–êppiʔeːpvthumbleDo pi–êp bôm tou, têq cammáng ape cannóh.He humbled himself, obeying others.
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plai cuxo o turôngplaːj kusɔː ʔɔː turoːŋidiompretty face or shape, or whatever appealsCán iyư bán acay acâp ihơc ân plai cuxo o turông cannóh.Mother remember to care for child, don’t covet other appealing things.
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ryiêu ryaoʔər.jiəw ʔər.jaːwexpunclear; dimMát ape ryiêu ryao lâyq bôn hôm.Their eyes are dim, they cannot see.
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tambâptəmbɤpvtmeddleDo ân ính tambâp cang parnai ngai cannóh.He who wants to meddle in other people’s matters.
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tarchíltər.cilvifight back at aggressor; resist; defendNgai tartáq tarchíl réng pacáng.They are fighting fiercely/brutally.Mâh rit cannóh tarchíl alứng rit parngíh cư.Another law fights with the law of my mind.syntartáqcftartáq4.8.2Fight4.8.3War
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taringtariːŋvtcompareAcâp ngâh taring alứng ngai cannóh.Don’t compare with others.Inhóung do mo pưt do mo két, cốh taring.Examine to compare which is bigger or smaller, etc.O nhóung tiríng proaq itáq ndo tou bôm dyê bâq ihôm êm lom, cốh ma nưm cou tou bôm cốh íh cou ngâh taring alứng ngai cannóh.It’s good to compare (judge) your own work then be happy, but only because of your own self, not because of comparing with others.
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taxômtasoːmvtencourage; comfortLom pallúng ngéq tarngứh ndo ape taxôm lư pưt ape cannóh.Your eagerness has encouraged others very much.
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teːvtsift; shake grain to divide large pieces from smallItê iyéiq tro.To sift and winnow grain.cfyéiqsit: yéiq axâq; caus: payéiq; nomi: paryéiq; invol: tayéiq; pa dial.: yâyq
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teaptḭapvinext; continue on from where you wereDo ân lla piday yoa teap do ân xoul pray cannóh.The owner of the field ordered next another servant.syntitóngsit: tông teap
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troihtrɔːsvibud??Tốq dyê troih tốq dyê tambát ula tôm tarúng cốh ipe chom méiq dyê tốq nno tarpal cannâl.When the fig tree is already budding and already sprouting leaves, then you know the clearing season has almost arrived.
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trứm1trɯmviwear out; decay; fadeTar–âr tar–al ngcốh nhaq trứm, póq.The glory quickly decayed, faded.Ngéq ca mbár cannóh cốh xéq hôi póq hôi trứm arâq ao cún.Everything else will wear out like clothing.5.3.7Wear clothing
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truôh1truəhvpound grain again so well hulledDyê clóuh, dyê oum, truôh loi.After pounding and winnowing, pound again.cfachulachuôlcl: ntrayh; spec: ntôm achuôl
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tupiltupiːlntraps--all kindsLư êm reim ndóung nno mpot itáq tupil tupoc.Very contented during harvest to make traps.6.4.2Trap6.4Hunt and fish
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