paxoul pachôqpasṵːl pacoːʔcall someone; shout
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taliataliəunlucky to do something because someone called while you were on the wayTalia cư pôc babayh.Unlucky I go fishing.
tarbangtər.baːŋnear; close (one house to another), within calling distanceXu he tarbang bang.Our house is very near.
tarnơnhtər.nɤːɲridicule birds or animals which are defenseless--so lightning will strike or tiger bite; call them by kinship terms
tartuaqtər.tuəʔ1prepamong themselves; between themselves; reciprocalAnáq cannính lom tartuaq acay counh moui acay cán, nám lâyq cannính lom a–i a–ám ma lâyq hôi bôn.Even though the hearts desire between a boy and girl, if not the desire of the parents, they can’t have each other.2advamong themselves; between themselves; each other; reciprocalNgai tartáq tartuaq.They fought each other.126.96.36.199Association9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions188.8.131.52.2Between3adveach other; reciprocallyNcốh láh cou ngai chom tarpour pour tartuaq.That’s because they know how to help each other.Vi hôi taryoa tarcháp mbóuq (tartuaq).Able to admonish each other.cfmbóuqsit: táq mbóuq
aduʔaduːget under cover from rain or sunIên tanga angai ân át dáng tarngáp tarngouiq, angai ân át adu ân cucheit.In order to shine light to those that live in the darkness, to those who stay in the shadow of death.Icốh may mout adu tốq callúng ati YR.Like that you enter shelter in God’s hand.
alep2ʔalɛːpalépsister-in-law; brother-in-law1sister-in-law; girl-cousin; mother’s younger sister’s daughterAcay counh Jeannie paxoul acay cán Carrie la alep.Jeannie’s son calls Carrie’s daughter ‘cousin’. (J & C are sisters.)cftardyaihcpart: alếh4.1.9Kinship2brother-in-law; husband of elder sister4.1.9Kinship
anhum cumourʔaɲuːm kumṵːrlarge green beetle with gold undersideTe tang-hia callúng cuteq vaih anhum; dyê pár cốh cucheit. O ibóuh lâng i–iêih, cha.From caterpillars in the ground they become beetles, fly around until die. They are good to eat.Gives birth to inch worms (pirưi) in the ground.184.108.40.206Insect
apốqʔapoʔsmall coffin made to substitute for rotted coffin to take bones to mausoleumApốq he panốh ngkếh hôm ân cakét ngkếh ngâh cacháq tốq kếh, nghang kếh ngâh arôq tốq ping doq tốq ping, ngkếh xiaq.We call it ‘small coffin’, find a small one to put in there, bones to take up to mausoleum, then dance.
bâm buônbɤm buəntrader; business man; merchantMâh náq do ân bâm buôn pôc xua callong búl ân cayh.A trader went to look for a precious stone.
cadâqkadɤʔkind of plant or treeHôm mâh callong cadâq ân xam; callong cadâq nnéh phai pidóh.He saw a squash seed that ??; this seed must explode.Has seeds that explode when toasted.
carvâtkər.wɤtall aroundDo mout tốq dúng Yang nhóung carvât ngéq vât callúng ngcốh.He entered the temple and looked all around at the things in there.
cau kekaw kɛːguarantee; safeguarderYêxu cốh vaih do ân cau ke ado callong carhot ndo Yang Rbang a–o, o khâm.Jesus became the one who safeguards the promise of God so good and firm.
cha tikepcaː tikɛːpdefeat; conquerAcâp doq callong nốh ân lâyq o cha tikep tou.Don’t let evil defeat you.
cheocɛːwpound up meat with pepper, etc.Boaiq ibóh ngai cóh o mbếq táq alứng tiêu boi moui bát bai (do cốh ngai doq ‘cheo’).Roast fish they chop together with pepper and salt and greens (that’s what they call cheo).
chichâu ngannhứmcicɤw ŋəɲ.ɲɯmlament; to wail; to groanLư icốh he chichâu ngannhứm callúng dúng xu idơ nnéh.We groan in these temporary houses.
chuôtcuətcaught on thorn, etc.; stuck by nail or something sharp; caught in trap; spring a trapAbíl chuôt xing.The mouse caught in the trap.Cư doq pi axuôi ado ipe abưih ipe chuôt cang parnai ngai.I told you ahead lest you be caught/trapped by their speech.Khoiq chuaq llám ayoun.One rabbit is already caught.Ayoun chuôt callo ngai, ma lâyq cray.A rabbit sprung someone’s trap but not caught.Also by words/speech.; It appears to me that first example is active while the second appears to be middle voice.6.4.2Trap