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idưpʔidɯːp1advantiniêng 22prepbelow; lower partTe idưp tốq iniêng.From below to above.Nháng pôc idưp dúng.We went under the house.Usually obj. of prep; but can function as a prep.; There are also references to Avóuq idưp ‘Spirit below’.; Pahi say the sun travels from below to above, but the Pacoh west of the mountain say it travels from above to below.; Relator noun.antiniêng 18.5.1.3.2Under, below9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
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KitangkitaːŋnpropKitang, KatangKatuic people group in Laos to west of Pacoh, also referred to as ape_ân_hi_nơ those who say we this’. Considered to speak most like Pacoh, so Pacoh can understand them in a short time.
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lâyq roanhlɤjʔ rṵaɲvsnot give inCư lâyq roanh (cư) dyoun ngcốh. Parnô parra coum hôi.I’m not ready to give that. Maybe in the future I can.Not nice to say I don’t want to give something to you, so hedge.
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lomlɔːmnphysical liver; figurative heart; character; seat of emotionsImo lom pallúng do cốh, achai?What is his character, brother? (Good, thief, liar?)Adyóq_lom ‘mean’; câng_lom (crêng, pưt) ‘stubborn, fearless’; cóc_lom ‘says one thing but does other’; coum_lom ‘dull, unlearned’; o_lom ‘good hearted’; khâm_lom ‘keeps his word’; lâyq_bôn_lom ‘no pride, no embarrassment’; lbot_lom ‘responsive’; ticál_lom ‘??’; tinâng_lom ‘honest, true to word’; tinga_lom ‘pure’; vec_lom ‘says one thing but does other’.synparngíh parchứm1.6.2Parts of an animal
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lom pallúng adyóqlɔːm pəl.luŋ ʔaʄɔʔnpsour attitudeNot nice, nothing good to say; wants to hurt people.
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loup1lṵːpvrenegeE.g., I loaned 10, but later he says I didn’t loan, or I only loaned part of that. Or, later disagrees with any agreement we had previously.
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papipapiːvitalk; converseContinuative of pi. 3.5.1Say3.5.1.4Speak with others
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patám1patamvfarewellO ichou au. O i–át au.Return well. Go well.Greet; say Goodbye by urging to go well or stay well.
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pipiːvttell; speak; converse; explainApe tammun plốh do, yoa do pi rcám ân do acám.The followers asked/ordered him to explain the parables he told.synlay2cfparnai1pithoarrt-v: thoartarcaoqrt-v:caoqtôngrep: tatông, tantông; recp: tartông; caus: patông; nomi: partông; recp: tartôngthoarnomi: tanghoar3.5.4.3Riddle3.5.4Story3.5.8.4Show, indicate3.5.1Say3.5.1.2.3Explain
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rcámʔər.kamnmetaphor; illustration, parable, picture language, exampleApe tammun plốh do, yoa do pi rcám ân do acám.The followers asked/ordered him to explain the parables he parabled.3.5.4.2Saying, proverb
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tacang1takaːŋvtspeak; voicecftôngrep: tatông, tantông; recp: tartông; caus: patông; nomi: partông; recp: tartông3.5.1Say
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tarchuqtər.cuːʔvtspeak evil of each other3.5.1Say
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ti-tiv.pfxbe X-ed; stativizer; resultant stateTiclơq llóung; ticaq abayh.Pushed (closed) door; straightened hook.Ngai taro te cruang Parléich tilât cruang Parléich ngai pôc tốq li carlân.They instruct from Parleich region beyond Parleich region they went to the border.Not the same ti- as in Ngai_tiráp_tiréng_amâh_ala, since that has subject and object.; Cannot say llóung_ticlơq.
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ticlơq llóungtiklɤːʔ ʔəl.lṵŋvmpushed (closed) doorCannot say llóung_ticlơq. 7.3.2.9Push7.3.6.1Shut, close
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tidoahtidṵahvmtree broken, e.g., by windXeang táq ngéq tidoah tang pêq.The wind caused banana stalks to be completely broken.Cannot say, along_tidoah. cftidóuh1.5.1Tree
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tilaitilaːjvmunrolledCan say tilai_ntár ‘unrolled rope’, but not ntár_tilai. cflaisit: lai mben; caus: palai; nomi: parlai; invol: talai
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tilưntilɯːnvspersist in wrong, like thumbing nose at authorityYoa acâp táq ma do dơi táq.Tell him to stop doing something, but he keeps on doing it.Also to mock, repeating whatever one says.cflưtcaus: talưt
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tu tang-hê thê tinêrtuː təŋheː theː tineːridiompay a wage, give a rewardIpe tu tang-hê thê tinêr cốh day pôc touiq.You pay the wage then I’ll go steal.Four word saying.6.8.4.5Pay
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tu tinêtuː tineː theː tineːridiompay a wage, give a rewardNám may tu tinê the tinêr cốh peday dyoun inha chicha.If you pay a fine, we’ll let you eat and cause you to return.Four word saying.6.8.4.5Pay
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tumôihtumoːsvtremind; review; recite; tell about; praiseLla ính tumôih ki vi ngéq; lla Cantưi ính dyôn vi ngéq.Whatever want to speak of so have all; whatever Orphan wants to give he has all.Cang ân dyơr itông, tumôih.Clearing throat, reminds him of someone.Can be bad, but usually good thoughts/memories.synbâq13.5.1Say
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