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.
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cartóh tóhkər.tɔh tɔhswear to each other; make an oath togetherApe cartóh tóh inéh lâyq chicha lâyq ngoiq tingôi bôn cacheit do cốh.They swore not to eat or drink until they had killed him.
chứngcɯŋturn; also used of time, perhaps an hour for a clock to turn.Ntúq chứng parnha, nưm mâh nxíq ma khoiq pít.In just an hour they were rich, but in a moment it was all gone.
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
clahklaːhdoneProaq tampáq khoiq ngéq dyơ cốh ngai tông, “Khoiq clah dyê proaq tampáq.”Work is finished already so they say, “Work is done already.”
clai2klaːjlessen; relieve of griefArâq daq atóuq lư, lâyq châm ingoiq, cốh idyeal daq tangan, iclai.Like water too hot to drink, but get cold water to lessen it.Anáq irâu ma nám vi yâu pôc calloun, cốh clai ân râu, ân angoaq, ân alang.Although sad, but if there are friends to go entertain, then relieve the sadness, loneliness, missing.184.108.40.206.1Worried
daơi2dɯ̰ːjhold onto; take to heart; pay attention toIpe têq cammáng daơi callong ân tinâng tupứng.You obeyed, held onto the truth.Cou ipe têq cammáng daơi callong ân tinâng tupứng.Because you listened and held onto you held righteousness in your heart.Do dyoun cốh ma ipe lâyq daơi!He gave but you didn’t trust (or, you didn’t take it to heart)Ke, ân may táq thét khoiq pít dyê, bưih nnáng Yang Rbang daơi.Dear, what you did wrong is lost, no longer does God hold the grudge.220.127.116.11Agree with someone
díhdih1conjandDo nhiêm díh tông, “….”He cried and said, “….”2quantplus; moreHe dông asuôi liêh máh práq ngki, alứng dông díh práq ính tớiq chơng liêh crpng tanna tưi.We brought first again all that money, with brought more money to buy food again also.
iniêngʔiniəŋ1advaboveAchít át dáng iniêng.No.10 stayed at above.antidưp 2cfAvóuq Iniêngpôc aniêng tíhtaniêngsit:taniêng nnéh2prepon top of; aboveDaq Tal–ay lư toiq te iniêng veil Ale tingoui tốq veil Cavaq.River Tal–ay is very long from above Ale village down to Cavaq village.Veil Ta át iniêng veil Tal–ay.Ta village is above Tal–ay village.antidưp 19.2.4Prepositions, postpositions18.104.22.168.1Above
it xitʔiːt siːtlittle potencyCarchól ma khoiq lâyq it xit nnáng.Carchol will never be potent any longer.Like a sorcerer w/o results.
lêleːrecovered; buoyed up; satisfiedArâq pôc ayóung cốh aleq, ma bíq mâh nxíq cốh xáng béinh aliêh.Lie climbing high so tired, but rest for a little and feel good and ready to go again.Arâq aleq lư ma bôn ngoiq amâh nngam cốh ixáng bưih nnáng hál.Very tired but drink smthg. sweet so buoyed up, not tired or thirsty.
lla2ʔəl.laːpossessionMay táq imo ma khoiq dyê lla ndo Cantưi.No matter what you do, you are already the belonging of Orphan.Ao do lla.His own shirt.Tammoi peih táq he ân lla cammuiq. He ân lla ticuôi ân cheit….Visitors steal against us who belong to the dead bodies. We who belong to the dead people.synndo1pronoun vs. preposition
lom parngíhlɔːm pər.ŋihwill; ability to make good decisionsCoa he ngoiq mâh choc lâng bar choc, lom parngíh he cơt vaih nday loi.After we drink one or two cups, our will changes.
mumátmumatfutureIpi ân bui êm khoiq coa tốq lám loui, nnáng imál tốq mumát.They talk about the good old days, but only wait for the future.Tốq mumát nnéh lâyq chom cha r–ay amâh, chom cheit, chom tumóung.From this point on (I) don’t know what we’ll eat, whether we’ll live or die.antlám louisynmammátmumán22.214.171.124Future