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tubóiqtubɔjʔvtake pieces of food in hands
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tuôiqtuəjʔvtstealA–i patám paxúq he ân acay acon doq yoa ngai ân tuôiq ngkếh.Mother advised us children to order those that stole that.6.8.9.1Steal
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tươiqtɯəjʔvhit the mark7.7.1Hit
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tuôiq luôiqtuəjʔ luəjʔexpof very long or high tree
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tuôiq nuôiqtuəjʔ nuəjʔexpof lying stretched outsyntốq nốq
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tupuôiqtupuəjʔvstied poorlysyntarloaiq7.5.4Tie
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uchôiq lomʔucoːjʔ lɔːmvcrave, ‘it tempts liver’3.3.1.8Lust3.3Want3.4.1.1Like, love
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vaơiqwɯ̰ːjʔvgrab also--when not supposed to.Do vaơiq peih ac.Of child grabbing something told not.8.3.5.5Imitate
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xươiqsɯəjʔvtbail from pool water to catch fish6.4.5Fishing
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yơiq uihjɤːjʔ ʔuːsvpreduce fire by separating; pull sticks outcfbeitnomi: parbeit; pk dial.: bet, chéhpupát8.1.4.3Decrease
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achapʔacaːpvsangry; wildAcóiq achap. Peh cardáh nlám.Tiger was angry. Picked up and bit one.Like bull that gores people.
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adyáqʔa.ʄaʔngrandfather fish??Adyáq boaiq pilia xia pitay ngốh te clóng dơq ngki.Grandfather-fish?? of pilia fish, pitay fish went out of that pool.Ki náq adyáq án tông, “Khoiq án ngốh dyơ, ma cơt lâyq hôm.”Then they said, “It already went out, but it happened that we didn’t see it.”fable
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alang2ʔalaːŋvtvisitCư taran chớiq ndô ính alang inha.I write this letter in order to visit you.I write th
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análʔanalnquantity; amount; abundanceNgâh ngoiq tarhau parlai o khám anál tunarâq ape ân cadyiq tarhau doq paxay.Drink the amount of medicine enough according to those who hold the medicine instructed.cflâyq anál
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aróuhʔarṵhvsworn outDúng, xu khoiq aróuh, i–ính táq mpuông.House, hut already worn out, want to make roof.antyôl in tiaq8.4.6.5.4Old, not new7.9Break, wear out
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atáng1ʔataŋvsbitterDamo ân bưih atáng cốh cha.Whichever (leaves) are not bitter, then eat.Do ân cammóung thám ila llong ân atáng táng ingoiq, nám do ân adôc kếh llám daq nga ngkếh.The industrious one’s visit is like drinking bitter leaves; if a lazy person, then only plain water.2.3.3Taste
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aviʔawiːverbprtnot happen; not at allLáh may axuôi, day avaih cha avi.If you arrive first, I won't eat (you) at all.Tốq mo vi day toiq, bưih avi ngai dyôn aday.Where can I steal, no way will anyone give to me.Only used in negative context.
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avốq1ʔawoʔn1grandfathercfachiêc4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmother2Lord; GodTerm of respect.3tigerAvốq acoiqTerm of respect.1.6.1.1.2Carnivore
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bal-bəlexp.pfxcontinuallyBambuôl.Water bubbling.Balboup, balbaơp, barbaơiq.Continually, continually, continually.
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beah vibḭah wiːvssince it’s there; since someone invited; not that it was wantedBeah vi cốh cư ngoiq.Not needed but I’ll drink because you offer.3.3.2.4Willing
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béinh pôcbḭɲ poːkvpin habit of; accustomed toAnouq nnéh béinh pôc tốq dúng ngai téich crơng icha ingoiq.This boy was in the habit of going to a cafe-bar (pub).
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ca–ứngkaʔɯŋvtdesire; long forNgéq tứh culay curiêng ân ape át ca–ứng ính cha ma khoiq ngéq pít.All the fruit you longed to eat are gone.
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cabouiqkabṵːjʔvtmanner of tying up long hair in the old daysCabouiq xóuc ngcư toiq tốq nâh, tamme icúp xóuc tư cư bôn acay.I tied my hair long to here, more recently cut hair since I had children.7.5.4Tie
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cacóunkakṵnadjcurved; hunched; bent overKhoiq mâh chít ticol cumo dyê dưnh, kic cacoun touq couq lâyq imo hôi tayứng tinâng.For 18 years she was bent over and couldn’t straighten up.
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