tárleictər.lḭːkget (water) in nose or ears; fear bile running
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tarnơnhtər.nɤːɲridicule birds or animals which are defenseless--so lightning will strike or tiger bite; call them by kinship terms
tróqtrɔʔget out; running overCốh tốq dyê do cốh houm daq tróq, tróq tốq cốh idứh, tróq tốq cốh nhóung….Then after he bathed and got out, got out to former place, got out and saw….As from a pool.
âh1ʔɤhforementioned; anaphoric pronoun ‘our’Kếh ixear táq âh bar lám ngcán ân kéiq culay priêng.Then they went down and fought the forementioned two women that picked fruit.Acay âh icounh tuyê ngcốh ân a–ay.The forementioned children’s monster father was sick.Imoq âh ldup lkhoung lâyq yốh hôi bôn ticu.His forementioned sister was flat on her back and couldn’t sit up.Nhóung icounh két âh táq tangcóng icóung, o lư tanh.Look at our little man acting like a married man, weaving so nicely.Tư chou tốq tíh te nen cán ape Arứm íh âh ape Cavaq.From returning there from land of Arưm women, they are not the forementioned of Cavaq.Ngai cúm adyưng anha cloi ati âh dáng xic.They clamped feet and tied hands of forementioned with chains.Do pôc lâng, xua ixai âh Ximôn.He went immediately to find his forementioned brother, Simon.Vi mâh náq nốh âh Dyon.There was one, name of forementioned, John.Cốh campay do âh Êli-xabêt át caréiq.Then his forementioned wife, Elizabeth, was hiding.This âh occurs at the end of a noun phrase. In the first example below, it appears that âh is the head of a noun phrase, or is a noun phrase followed by an appositional noun phrase. (Meaning not clear.)cfamâh2anhâhcl: náqapâhcl: náqdâh2idứh 19.2.3Pronouns
apronhʔaprɔːɲ1vspitifulCang chichâu chichi, nhiêm críq lư apronh.Voices complaining, weeping very pitifully.2vtfeel pityThat can cause tríh_lom ‘moved with pity’.; Stronger than amouih, as towards a poor widow and children.cfamouihrecp: rmouih; pa pc dial.: amôih; pk dial.: amoihtríh lomunspec. comp. form oftríh24.4.4Respond to someone in trouble
cammóulkəm.mṵlleafNgcốh do mbơiq cammóul toul nnhom, ipe hôm cốh chom néh nno nhannhom tumán tốq.When leaves are beginning to appear, you see so know that summer is near.
candíngkən.diŋmusical instrument blown into like hornDo ân pôc veil dông tangcoi, dông candíng, plóng hout ihout pou ipou dáng parnóuh veil.Those who went to the village took horns, took horns, played entertaining at the village entrance.
carloumkər.lṵːmamong; along; duringDyê chou carloum carna cốh nhánh tumúh mâh tapóuh rlap.After returning along road then we quickly met a herd of wild pigs.Nám may bôn acay cốh carloum ingay ngcốh bar pe ingay vi ân phai tán.If you have a child, then during those days two or three days must observe taboo.In location or time.synaróh2