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babar cangnpboth tongues; two-facedDo ân lư cray patát, lâyq tacang babar cang.Those who are conscientious and have integrity don’t speak two languages (aren't two-faced).
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callong1kəl.lɔːŋcallóng2seed; core1clCl. seeds, small round objects--jewels, stones; classifier for a little bitNdíh mâh callong cư lâyq chom cang Yoan.I don't know Vietnamese, even a little bit.2nseedsynmma21.5Plant1.5.1Tree
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canưl cưlkanɯːl kɯːlndeadfall with large stone
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carrongkər.rɔːŋnfence of bamboo, stone, even attitudessyncarriêngcarróungcl: lám; pk dial.: carrốngcfcrongnomi: pacrong, parcrong; recp: tarcrong; invol: tacrong6.5.1.5Fence, wall

carrongfence

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carrong carriêngkər.rɔːŋ kər.riəŋnfence of bamboo, stone, even attitudes
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carvanhkər.waːɲngem; precious stone
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cưl1kɯːlndeadfall trap using large stone6.4.2Trap
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cứp kɯpnstone mouse trap6.4.2Trap
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dyépʄɛpvtaste, touch with tonguecfpóunh5.2.2Eat
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ókʔɔkclCl. seed, small round objects--jewels, stones; classifier for a little bit1.5Plant1.5.1TreeVN
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parlayhpər.lasn1a shot, a firing (of trap, gun)4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot2spoken word (shot of the tongue); messagecflayhnomi: parlayh ‘a word, a shot’3.5.3.1Word
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plúc2plukvsgrey; faded or blurry tone; (eyes) poor eyesight--blurry8.3.3.3Color
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prealprḭalnflint--hard stone for striking steel
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roulrṵːlnnecklace of large stonescfcarnuaq2chichóucgen:carnuaq
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tính3tiɲvhit hard something lying across stone, etc.Ngai heq ngai tec ao moui púh tinh anha bar ngcốh.They tore clothes and beat those two.cftarnínhtênsit: tên along7.7.1Hit
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trông1troːŋnstony, rocky placesyntrôq11.2.2.2Rock
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tuhetuhɛːnfancy kind of shirt with buttonsUsually worn by men.
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a aliaqʔaː ʔaliəhvtaccuse; denounceÊ lư callong ngai tông a rliaq may.They accuse you of many things.
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a–unʔaʔuːnnyoung girl prior to cumour Do plốh acay Carchól, tông, “A–un a–un, may át dáng néh vi icounh icán may vi chom tốq mo dúng Carchól?”He asked Carchól’s daughter, said, “Little girl, little girl, you live here, do your parents know where Carchól’s house is?”antanouqpa pc dial.: avư; pk dial.: anoqcfalơu avưcpart: adứq ayên4.1.2Types of people
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a–ưnʔaʔɯːnvflatter; encourageItông peaih móuh cốh a–ưn.To flatter; give pride.Íh cư achuôn ma proaq may táq cốh lư o.Not that I flatter, but your work is very good.synachuônalômkhêr1peaih móuh
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abaơtʔabɯ̰ːtviexaggerate; slanderAcâp tông abaơt ado do cốh.Don’t exaggerate about him.synapiênsit: tông apiên
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acám2ʔakamvtillustrate, speak in parables, picture language, use examplesDo tóh itông ma dơi lâyq cammáng, arâq ibaq atao ân atiêh pláh aploang.He is repeatedly spoken to but still doesn’t listen, like sucking flat sugar cane, insipid.Tốq mo tarúm clóuh tốq cốh anóuh tun.Wherever needle pierces thread follows. (Said of a child that always follows--like a shadow.syncadyơcl: lám3.5.4.2Saying, proverb
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acâp táqʔakɤp taʔvpdon’t do itCốh udyoq, tông, “Acâp tal, acâp táq pha nnéh dúng day.”So you forbid, say, “Don’t chop, don’t ruin this my house.”
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acâp1ʔakɤpconjexceptAcâp itíng ape ngcốh, cư lâyq tông ado nnau.Except for them, I didn’t speak to anyone.synclâtnưm
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achaiʔacaːjn.kinolder sibling of same sex; brother-in-law (m.s.) or sister-in-law (f.s.); also used as term of reference between unrelated fellows or unrelated girls, in which case age is not as important.Dáng néh vi a–em achai tông nám thét ahe.Here there are younger and elder brothers and sisters to tell if we do wrong.Xai xeam.Older and younger siblings.not used of siblings of opposite sex4.1.9Kinship
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