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chén práhcɛn prahvsclean; thorough5.6.1Clean, dirty
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clácklakvconfuse (because forgot, not familiar, or someone is bothering you)cfcleirlloi 2talleirsit:talleir lomtaloipl dial.: lloi, aloi
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clapklaːpnflying antIn dirt hills.1.6.1.7Insect
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clounklṵːnviplay; court; petRyoc ryê ngai cloun ngai ngan.Entertainers play and play.Normally intransitive, but cloun_cumour ‘date a girl’ is a special case.synanhơicaus: panhơi4.2.6Entertainment, recreation4.2.7Play, fun
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clúng1kluŋvscald pig or chicken when cleaning and picking5.6.1Clean, dirty
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cluôtkluətvtclean outIcluôt vít ân a–âyh te hóng.To clean the inside of a hole, e.g., a rifle bore.5.6.1Clean, dirty
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co1kɔːvborn without; always that wayLâyq bôn nnau pangcra dơi co icốh.No one can fix it--it’s always been that way.Te co lâyq bôn.Of a missing finger or whatever.As a child w/o a thumb from birth.syncoq2yoaqpl dial.: cou, cayoaq
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cốh2kohdemthat; thereDo cốh; dáng cốh, tốq cốh.Him; at there; to there.Only found in do_cốh or dáng_cốh or tốq_cốh. The former is considered to be a contraction of do_ncốh. In the locative phrases ncốh is a pronoun.cfnéhdef: nnéh8.5.2Direction9.2.3.5Demonstrative pronouns
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côngkoːŋnroostersyna công ouiqcfcoang1cl: lámticár2sit: ntruôi ticár; sit: a–ouiq ticár1.6.1.2Bird
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créc crelkrɛk krɛːlexpkinkyLike African hair.
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cuchetkucɛːtvidiesyntírpl dial.:cucheit2.6.6Die
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cưmkɯːmvtshackle, tie leg to heavy stick so can’t run away.If a girl refuses to marry boy parents choose for her they may shackle her so she can’t run awaysyncúmnomi: cannúm
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cuôngkuəŋnpeacock1.6.1.2Bird
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CurốqnpropRaptorNnhôp alứng CurốqUgly and Raptor1.6.1.2Bird
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curukuruːndiviner, sorcererNgai lâyq chom, cốh ngai paxear curu, ngai kicul kicai. Cốh dyê tốq curu xear cốh ngai plốh, ngai canưi curu, “Thoar dyoun yang amâh cha do néh vaih a–ay, peday tức bayh.”Traditionally, Pacoh diviners are women. The idea of having male diviners, as among the Bru, is considered scary. 4.9.4Miracle, supernatural power
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curu mokuruː mɔːndiviner, sorcerer4.9.4Miracle, supernatural power
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dárdarvtshieldcfdírcaus: padír, tadír; nomi: pardír; recp: tardírtandár
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deodɛːwncraw of fowlsynpeamcl: lám1.6.1.2Bird
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dodɔːirreg. infl.u1prohe, she, it; 3SGHowever do is normal, not derogatory as VN is.; Do ân ‘he/she/they that’ does not distinguish number.synu=9.2.3Pronouns
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do avítdɔː ʔawitirreg. infl.u1vtshiver; shakeDo avít lom.Nervous, anxious (it shakes liver).Usually when cold or scared. Fv:do refers to an unknown agent; there is usually no object expressed, but can be.cfcacaơrparngír parngáp
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DUP.Ca1Canum.pfxcollective; all inclusivePape ngcốh dye cha.All three of those have already eaten.This prefix reduplicates the first C (consonant) of a one-syllable number and adds the concept of ‘all of’ to the number. (The quantifier ca ‘all’ is used for this function preceding two-syllable numbers.)cfca= 1
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DUP.CVN-CəNv.pfxrepetitive, general, habitual actionHe pôc papéinh nno tang-hiêng nno ngai chanchóng.We went hunting in the summer the season when they burn.This prefix generally reduplicates the first C (consonant) and V (vowel) or CC and V of a one-syllable verb. In some cases, the prefixed vowel is different from the main syllable vowel, e.g., xot reduplicates as xixot, probably because /s/ has a palatal quality that favors /i/. Other cases are probably due to various histories. The N (nasal) in reduplications such as tantéich ‘selling’ and chanchơng ‘buying’ may also be buried in history for an etymologist to unearth.; This prefix occurs on active verbs rather than stative verbs.; Previously labeled Ra-.cfchichatatáqrt-v: táq
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dyíhʄihadvalways, all the timeIngay mmo ma át plây dyíh boaiq canúc.Every day we are buying always dried? fish.So fed up; tired of it.
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