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parngoiqpər.ŋɔːjʔndrinkNOMI of ngoiq ‘drink’5.2.2.7Drink
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pi pallơiqpi pəl.lɤːjʔvibelittleAs in belittling amount earned or invested so not seen as wealthy.antpi pilơi
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pidaơiqpidɯ̰ːjʔvcause to be bent backwardscfdaơiq
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pitoiqpitɔːjʔvslong; deeply (of breathing)Tangứh pitoiq.Breathe long--deeply.2.2.1Breathe, breath
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pươiqpɯəjʔvsfitting; enough
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raboiqrabɔːjʔvicause to tell fortuneVi cumour táq xoul xáq pachơ táq raboiq.There was a girl enslaved by a demon that caused her to tell fortunes.VN
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rhuôiqʔər.huəjʔvsloose, easy to go, loose fitting on waist or wristantkitátcfthur 18.2.7.2Loose
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rhuôiq iyel iyolʔər.huəjʔ ʔijɛːl ʔijɔːlvsdangle loosely7.3.2.4.1Hang
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roiqrɔːjʔnintestines1.6.2Parts of an animal
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roiq crêngrɔːjʔ kreːŋnlarge intestinesynroiq rúqcl: ntrayh1.6.2Parts of an animal
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roiq nhomrɔːjʔ ɲɔːmnsmall intestines1.6.2Parts of an animal
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roiq rúqrɔːjʔ ruʔnlarge intestinessynroiq crêng1.6.2Parts of an animal
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tacơiqtakɤːjʔvt2send; mail a letterYương coun dyoun acư uráq achai tacơiq dyoun acư.Yương waited to give me the letter you sent gave to me.7.3.3.3Send
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tangoiqta.ŋɔːjʔvtinvoluntarily drinkAnáq cray ngáh tangoiq tarhau ân boul cốh ma bưih cucheit.Even though accidentally drank poison but didn’t die.5.2.2.7Drink
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tangứh pitoiqta.ŋɯh pitɔːjʔvbreathe deeply2.2.1Breathe, breath
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taơiqtɯ̰ːjʔauxunfulfilled desire; wish toCư át taơiq (ính) pôc tumúh achai.I am wishing to go meet you.synca–úngparngíh dứhparngíh dứhparngíh ínhparngíh ính3.2.7.1Hope
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taơiq caơiqtɯ̰ːjʔ kɯ̰ːjʔexpunforgettable in a good senseLlám boaiq llám achéiq ma dơi doq taơiq caơiq ado acay.Fish and birds I will always want to give to him.antteit xeit
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taơiq maơiqtɯ̰ːjʔ mɯ̰ːjʔexpof red-lipped beauty
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táq boiqtaʔ bɔːjʔvptell fortunes; diviningCán ngcốh táq boiq dyeal tiên práq dyoun ado án padúng.She told fortunes and took the money to her owners.
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tarngáp tarngoiqtər.ŋap tər.ŋɔːjʔvsvery dark (even if light outside)
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tarroiqtər.rɔːjʔndrinking straw for wine jug5.2.2.7Drink
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tôiqtoːjʔvtstealInô ntra dơi nong ngai xear táq toiq.In the past they often went down to steal.6.8.9.1Steal
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toiq1tɔːjʔvsteal intentionally and sneakily6.8.9.1Steal
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toiq2tɔːjʔngarlic1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant

toiq2garlic

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toiq3tɔːjʔvslongantkéh2caus: pikéhsynkiyơrcfayóung 1paproih8.2.2Long
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