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huchuːkexpsound deer makes when running away2.3.2.2Sound
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ketkɛːtvicreak, e.g., sound of oar turning in rattan oarlock, carrying pole bowing up and down
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khuyhkhusexpall gone, finished fast--like field burningsynpuyhphuyh
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kiêrkiərnphenomenal storm--rain, lightning and thunder on day of death of a great person--heaven signifying death of great person, heaven appeasing death of great person
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lưl vưllɯːl wɯːlexpseen running off with knife or arrow stuck in halfwaycftưl vưl
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N-ʔəm; ʔən; ʔəŋ; ʔəɲ; ʔəldet.pfxpfxprefix on demonstratives and two classifiers turning them into identifiers or determiners, rather than describers.Nnéh; ngcốh; ntíh; ntóh; llám; nnáq.This/these one(s); that/those one(s); up there one(s); down there one(s); the thing(s); the person(s).N- is speculated to have been grammaticalized from n= clitic of the relativizer ân. cfN=par-2
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ngâh1ŋɤhunknown meaningNgâh u–ôi, “Day lâyq châm cui.”That is, he replied, “I can’t carry it.”Callúng ngâh ndóung dáng cruông daq.In some?? time in a river valley.Tambây lâyq vi lư táq ngâh xáq, ucháh âh nưm.Haphazardly hasn’t really fought such?? demons, he chopped it only.Kếh ngai cou ngâh itiêh uih tua.So they because just?? one ignites fire in treetops.Ikếh he tông ngâh tar–a.Like that we speak just?? in order to discuss.Vi yu campay cư nnâh cucheit kếh patun do ân yôl tumóung, do plây cha cư ân chêt két nưm ngâh mâh phân cư.For example my wife dies so they give offertory for the one who remains alive, he buys eat to me that dead a little only just?? a part of me.Lâyq idyoun ân ngâh callaq mmo .Not to give that any?? worry at all.
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nhannhơrɲəɲ.ɲɤːrexpburning with angry
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nnhurʔəɲ.ɲuːrnodor; stink of burning hair and flesh
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ntéiq ariêuʔəntḭʔ ʔariəwvmbegin feast; opening of feastTốq dyê ntéiq ariêu api parnô cốh ngai tiráp tiréng amâh ala.When opening of the feast like tomorrow then they prepare everything.7.3.6Open
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ntéiq2ʔəntḭʔvmbegin feast; opening of feastTốq dyê ntéiq ariêu api parnô cốh ngai tiráp tiréng amâh ala.When opening of the feast like tomorrow then they prepare everything.Only of feasts?antparlouiqtallouiqsynntôpsynl: bát dâu; rt-v: tôppidouhsit: ingay pidouhtarnôp7.3.6Open
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ntôm2ʔəntoːmnstalk, trunk; figuratively beginning
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pang–êngpəŋ.ʔeːŋadv.tlate afternoon; angle of morning or afternoon suncftarvít mát8.4.1Period of time1.1.1Sun
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phútphutexpwhish of deer, etc. running fast, of anything whizzing past very quicklycfphítsit:pôc phít; invol:taphít
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pláh pítplah pitvsdispersed; fallen to pieces; scattered, e.g., after abandoning leader
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pláh3plahvsdispersed; fallen to pieces; scattered, e.g., after abandoning leaderArâq cưu hôm ayóung côh lúh lât tốq mo lât tốq mo.
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plérplɛrnflash, like lightning (in sky)Arâq bíq ma ngai paxoul cốh ixáng cang ngai ma iyư lâng, plér.Usually of lightening, but can be sudden opening eyes.

plérflash

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plouiplṵːjvfish by poisoningDo pôc ploui boaiq.He goes poison-fishing fish.6.4.5Fishing
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pôc cacongpoːk kakɔːŋvpdo ceremony for opening storehousePut down ladder, enter, close door, wash hair, pretend to sleep, sacrifice large rodent, eat it, open door, return.
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1pɯːexpof many birds flying at once, many people running8.1.3.1Many, much
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r–éihʔər.ʔḭhvssore, weighty, aggravating feeling (can be used of someone leaning heavily upon your shoulder)cfxôn
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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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tar–iêntər.ʔiənvgrunt while straining
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tarditər.diː1prepin the middle of; between beginning and endCarvál tardi idau do your pôc.About midnight he got up and went.synmpứngsit:át mpứngmpứngsit:át mpứngpứng dicfcláh cliêngpadyóngpanúctallouiqtavóq2advin the middle; half fullÁt tardi; pôc tardi.Stay in the middle; go in the middle.cfpadyóngtavóq9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions8.5.1.2.2Between
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tarhoitər.hɔːjnsmall rivulet running off main stream to return further downstreamcfhoi
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